History of Jazz FINAL

  1. Boplicity
    Miles Davis: smooth, full sound and lush chords
  2. Dippermouth Blues
    King Joe Oliver (NOT LOUIS ARMSTRONG): two cornets improvising around each other
  3. I Ain't Got Nobody
    Fats Waller: slow, beautiful solo piano
  4. Blue In Green
    Bill Evans: piano, bass and drums trio, slow
  5. Rhythm Anig
    Thelonious Monk: piano intro, weird chords and dissonance
  6. Singin' The Blues
    Frank Trumbauer: sax and guitar
  7. Acknowledgement
    John Coaltrane: gong and cymbal roll with sticks in into
  8. Music Magic
    Chick Corea: classical intro, lots of synth effects
  9. Footprints
    • Miles Davis: bass intro:
    • 3/4 | Q Q Q | H–E E | [repeats]
  10. East St. Louis
    Duke Ellington: erie chords, screaming trumpet
  11. King Porter Stomp
    Benny Goodman: bass drum hits two accents, lots of drum accents in clarinet solo
  12. Jumpin' at the Woodside
    Count Basie: piano call quarter note chords up and down keyboard
  13. God Bless the Child
    Billie Holiday: listen for Biblical references
  14. Ring shout:
    African singing in circle
  15. Slave songs:
    work song and field hollar
  16. Spiritual:
    European sounds with African rhythms
  17. Jug band:
    foot stomping, washboard, banjo
  18. Congo Square
    slaves gather on Sunday
  19. Blues developed in:
    Mississippi Delta
  20. Haiti, Brazil, Cuba let their slaves keep their traditions.
    True or False?
  21. Who composed Treemonisha?
    Scott Joplin
  22. Ragtime left hand:
    Boom chuck
  23. Highly paid pianist in Storyville:
  24. Kings of Cornet:
    • 1. Buddy Bolden
    • 2. Freddie Keppard
    • 3. Joe Oliver
    • 4. Louis Armstrong
  25. Hybrid Ensembles that did parties, funerals, etc.
    Front Line
  26. Jelly Roll Morton's band:
    Red Hot Peppers
  27. First jazz recording:
    "Liver Stable Blues" by the Original Dixieland Jass Band led by Nick Larocca
  28. What pianist was never cut?
    Art Tatum
  29. Chicago was the first main location of jazz recordings.
    True or False?
  30. Blacks moving North to Chicago called:
    Great Migration
  31. New Orleans feel:
    Flat 4: | Q Q Q Q |
  32. Chicago style feel:
    2/4 feel
  33. Most influential:
    Louis Armstrong
  34. Armstrong's second wife:
    Lil Hardin
  35. First song to feature scatting:
    Heebie Jeebies
  36. Benny Goodman's arranger:
    Fletcher Henderson
  37. What kind of band was Glenn Miller's band?

    B. Sweet
  38. Main reason for the decline of swing:
    WW II
  39. Musician with HUGE drug problem:
    Charlie Parker
  40. Where was bebop started?
    Minton's Playhouse
  41. Was Dizzy Gilespie smart?
  42. Bud Powel played with who's phrasing?
    Charlie Parker's phrasing
  43. Was any one style universally accepted after the Swing Era?
  44. How did Benny Goodman grow up in Chicago?

  45. How did Duke Ellington grow up?

  46. Where was Count Basie born?
    New Jersey
  47. Vibraphonist for the Modern Jazz Quartet:
    Milt Jackson
  48. Best selling jazz album to this day:
    Kind of Blue by Miles Davis
  49. Most influential of modern days:
    Wynton Marsalis
  50. Rare Groove =
    Acid Jazz
  51. Only jazz musician to win a Pulitzer Prize:
    Wynton Marsalis
  52. Who returned from Europe and started a jazz revival?
    Dexter Gordon
  53. Keyboard for Weather Report:
    Joe Zawilson
  54. Spontaneous piano solos:
    Keith Jarreds
  55. Sax for Weather Report:
    Wayne Shorter
  56. Keyboard for Return to Forever:
    Chick Corea
  57. Miles Davis Quintet personnel:
    • Miles Davis: trumpet
    • Wayne Shorter: tenor sax
    • Ron Carter: bass
    • Herbie Hancock: piano
    • Tony Williams: drums
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History of Jazz FINAL