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1.The __________ style focused on solo piano playing, as if the sound of an entire big band was produced from the keys of the piano. it often followed the twelve-bar blues structure. the left hand represented the rhythm section while the right hand represen

The _____ style focused on solo piano playing, as if the sound of an entire big band was produced from the keys of the piano. It often followed the twelve-bar blues structure. The left hand represented the rhythm section while the right hand represented the front line.

2.The __________ style focused on solo piano playing, as if the sound of an entire big band was produced from the keys of the piano. it often followed the twelve-bar blues structure. the left hand represented the rhythm section while the right hand represen

boom chuck left, wild right hand. stride. which style does not us a meter of 2. … emphasis was placed more on Solo playing accompanied by blues based riffs from the members in the band. True. female piano player from Kansas City who wrote big band arrangements for more than a dozen of the leading swing bands.

3.The __________ style focused on solo piano playing, as if the sound of an entire big band was produced from the keys of the piano. it often followed the twelve-bar blues structure. the left hand represented the rhythm section while the right hand represen

the steady left-hand rhythm of a piano rag; the left hand jumps between single notes in the low register and chords in the middle register Swing a style of jazz that featured large instrumental ensembles (called big bands) playing high-energy dance music

4.The __________ style focused on solo piano playing, as if the sound of an entire big band was produced from the keys of the piano. it often followed the twelve-bar blues structure. the left hand represented the rhythm section while the right hand represen

star soloist in Ellington’s band at Cotton Club. known for his “grown trumpet’. co-wrote “East St. Louis Toodle-O”. Louis Armstrong. first records were made in 1923 with Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band. he played 2nd cornet. born in new orleans. 1918 replaces King Oliver in a band with Kid Ory when Oliver moves to Chicago.

5.The __________ style focused on solo piano playing, as if the sound of an entire big band was produced from the keys of the piano. it often followed the twelve-bar blues structure. the left hand represented the rhythm section while the right hand represen

A style of music that has exerted considerable influence on jazz, rhythm and blues, soul, rock, and other forms of recent American popular music. The word blues can refer to a three-line poetic stanza, a 12-bar musical structure with a specific chord progression, a scale having the flatted blues notes, or a melancholy, soulful feeling.

6.The __________ style focused on solo piano playing, as if the sound of an entire big band was produced from the keys of the piano. it often followed the twelve-bar blues structure. the left hand represented the rhythm section while the right hand represen

The nine-dot puzzle and the phrase “thinking outside the box” became metaphors for creativity and spread like wildfire in marketing, management, psychology, the creative arts, engineering, and …

7.The __________ style focused on solo piano playing, as if the sound of an entire big band was produced from the keys of the piano. it often followed the twelve-bar blues structure. the left hand represented the rhythm section while the right hand represen

This manual is keyed to the 11th edition of Jazz Styles: History and Analysis (ISB N. 978-0-205-03683-7), the Demonstration CD (ISBN 0-13-601098-9), and the J azz Classics. 3 CD s et (ISBN 978-0 …

8.The __________ style focused on solo piano playing, as if the sound of an entire big band was produced from the keys of the piano. it often followed the twelve-bar blues structure. the left hand represented the rhythm section while the right hand represen

Composer Victor Herbert noting at this time the tremendous popularity of the band, even over the o r chestra, commented, There are to day [sic] large and expensive concert bands which trave l from State to State over the entire continent, while orchestras have to limit their tournes.2 During this period, the repertoire of the band was limited …

9.The __________ style focused on solo piano playing, as if the sound of an entire big band was produced from the keys of the piano. it often followed the twelve-bar blues structure. the left hand represented the rhythm section while the right hand represen

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