Jazzy Jazz Jazz

The genre of Jazz emerged in the southern city of New Orleans, Louisiana in 1895. The city of New Orleans was what people like to call a “melting pot.” This melting pot of a city was comprised of people from all over, Africans, Caribbeans, French, and English. Jazz is a mixture of ragtime and the blues and similar to both it was a form of expression for the black community. Jazz also has influences in future music genres such as disco, hip-hop, pop, r&b and many others. 

Jazz Instruments






Types of Jazz 

Modal Jazz

Cool Jazz

Be Bop

Free Jazz

Jazz Fusion



Jazz Artists (In order of types of jazz)

Miles Davis

Miles Davis, John Coltrane

Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker

Ornette Coleman

Herbie Hancock

Louis Armstrong (Pictured above), Duke Ellington 

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