Black Women’s Contribution to Classical Music: Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield

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Duke Ellington – One of the Most Profound Jazz Artist of Black History

Jazz Hands Jazz music came to be made in the early 1920s. It is composed of syncopation, improvisation and rhythmic propulsiveness. It is predominantly based on the musical inclination of instruments rather than vocal synchronization amongst one or more instruments. The concept of call and response is incorporated into the jazz sets through the use […]