Jazzing It Up : Jazz Post

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Jazz History

Jazz was rooted in Southern African American music. Many say Jazz was born out of New Orleans, Lousiana. Jazz is seperated from other music genres because of its rhythm in notes. Each instrument in the making of jazz music has its own tasks and meeaning. The trumpet is used for the  melody, the clarinet is for  the melody, the piano provides harmony and rhythm, and the other instruments are also fundamental. With the emergence of Jazz, swing jazz also emerged . Swing Jazz had a organized sound and larger sets compared to blues. By the 1920s ,big band played a huge role in the progression of Jazz. Big band is a type of musical production of jazz music that involves ten or more musicians with four sections: saxophones, trumpets, trombones, and a rhythm section. 

  

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Elyse London

Elyse London

Negro Spirituals

Origin & History Negro Spirituals originated from plantations as lyrical songs to express the stories of the opressed black american people. As a people ,

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Ragtime

Rag Time https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=skkiaSo4yMY History: Ragtime is a genre utilizing piano, and a treble over a rhythmically steady bass. A ragtime composition is usually composed three

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Jubilee Quartets

Jubilee Quartet https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=seMv-ASmcPohttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BluyvQUXgUo Jubilee quartets were well known African-American musical groups in the early 20th century. The origins of the Jubilee quartets originated from Fisk

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Artists Post

Alicia About:  Alicia Augello-Cook Dean was born January 25, 1981 in New York, New York and adopted the stage name Alicia Keys. Her album earned

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2000s

Taking Over from the 99 and the 2000s Finish the lyric game: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8dfpHS-he-k The 2000s produced memorable song hits! It is a decade in music

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