That has varied over time. What time period do you mean, now or the middle ages or something in between? Michael MontagneIn the middle ages a duke is a member of the nobility, historically of highest rank below the monarch, and historically controlling a duchy.
There are many and their styles can vary greatly. First, some of the most important early developers of Jazz include: Louis Armstrong, Joe Oliver and Jelly Roll Morton.Later came swing. Some of the important musicians in it include: Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Benny Goodman and Artie Shaw.Next came…
Jazz is a musical art form originally developed by African
Americans from around the turn of the 20th century. It is
characterized by blue notes, syncopation, swing, call and response,
polyrhythms, and improvisation sometimes in jam sessions. As the
first original art form to emerge from the United …
Becoming a Duke
There are three ways to become a duke. 1. You inherit the title from a male family member. 2. You perform a great service for a monarch. 3. In certain nations such as France, the land not the individual holds the title. Thus, if you purchased the estate of Sainte Camille, and a …
HOW HAS MUSIC CHANGED AND WHAT I THINK OF MUSIC!!!! I will list the ways music has changed from the eighties!!! NOW THERE ARE DIFFERENT GENRESTHERE HAS BEEN MORE TALENTED PERFORMERS GOING SOMEWHEREAND LASTLY THE SPEED OF THE BEAT HAS FASTENED UP A LITTLEDJ's are more involved in the popular music of…
Scat is faeces of an animal, people to scat analysis to identify what kind of animal its and its diet. In other words, poop. It can tend to be soft or hard depending on the animal.Scat is poop. Mostly animal poopI think the scat that you are talking about here is scat in Jazz music, in which case sc…
Nat King Cole's hit 'Straighten Up and Fly Right' was released in 1944.
it means for you to shut up
Jazz is a style of music that involves theory and experience. It originated as an American music and then later played as latin jazz, African jazz, samba jazz, Brazillian jazz etc. It includes dixie, swing, blues, New Orleans style, and some forms of rock. Some jazz musicians include, Miles Davis, C…
Infertile. Sterile for a man, infertile for a woman. An unkind word is barren, for a woman.
Some people think it started in New Orleans whereas some people believe that it actually originated in France. Both claim to have invented jazz at around the same time, remember that 1959 is the year jazz made some of its biggest changes and introduced some of its best.
Music can have a great influence on some people, and depending on
the time period, it has also had big impacts on society. Music can
influence people to do good and bad things, and even want to start
They were young women in the 1920's who were rebellious and wore
makeup, talked openly about sex and drank.
Flappers were naughty girls who wore their hair "bobbed", short
dresses (all the way up to the knee!), rode around unchaperoned
with boys in cars, drank illegal bathtub gin, danced wild and
It's the same as the 'Roaring Twenties': a time of great social change and upheaval in the U.S. It gets its name from F Scott Fitzgerald (who wrote the Great Gatsby) and from jazz music, both which were becoming quite popular during that time.
Frank Sinatra died on May 14, 1998 at the age of 82.
No, Ms. Wilson has lived an exemplary life eschewing many of the pitfalls of show business. Apart from her singing and performing, she has been a family woman, wife and mother raising 3 beautiful children.
Lacrosse was first played by Indians... there were no states back then find which Indians first played it then find the region in which the Indians lived then estimate which state it is
No one knows but New Orleans is usually credited with being the birthplace of jazz.Jazz began in the United States and quickly spread through other countries. The music began in the black communities of the American south. Those who began the art form combined their musical heritage with the music…
Not just one writer by any means. Look for articles by Leonard Feather, John Hammond, and George T. Simon among many others.
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The golden age of jazz is when jaz was really popular.
Jazz is a music genre that originated at the beginning of the 20th century, possibly earlier, within the African-American communities of the Southern United States. Its roots lie in the combining by African-Americans of certain European harmony and form elements, with their existing African-based mu…
Jazz first reached critical mass in New Orleans.
Good question. Shaw made 'Begin the Beguine' in 1938 and then went into seclusion, supposedly because he was not able to handle the publicity that went along with making a hit record. He recorded a song called 'Frenesi' in 1940 that was pretty popular. But as far as 1939 is concerned, I d…
People do not like jazz, because people listen to music for different things. A jazz aficionado will always point out that jazz is the most challenging form of music. The problem is that most people do not listen to music to be challenged, but to be entertained. As jazz became established, it stoppe…
There's a CD called the Complete Gramercy Five Sessions. Look on eBay or Amazon for a copy.
Do you mean Karl Malone
'They Say' by Artie Shaw'They Say' was recorded in 1938-1939 in New York City and Boston for a radio broadcast. Artie Shaw played clarinet while Helen Forest and Tony Pastor sang vocals."They say, you have no lips for fools such as I, They say, you only believe in hello, and goodbye, let them talk…
First of all, most rappers make their song have a message to their listeners. Also make sure that it makes sense, don't just say words that rhyme. And lastly, bring it from the heart.
It is often asserted that jazz is more free in its structure than classical music, but the reverse is true.
Oscar Peterson has always refused to make any distinction between jazz and classical music.
As a rule, jazz performers like to appear to be improvising; classical performers like to appea…
This one is difficult, because there's still some people out there who refuse to believe that the song playing in Birthday Blues is "In a Sentimental Mood" by John Coltrane and Duke Ellington. No matter what you hear: that's the one. The Cosby version has been slightly modified to fit the ending of …
It was incredible, he had Justin Robinson playing sax, his pianist was mind-blowing and the drummer was crazy.
They did some amazing songs, and it was a huge variety of his repertoire.
I haven't seen any videos, but if you can find some I would recommend watching
In the Sweet Bye n' Bye The old Rugged Cross Margie Mecca Flats Blues Over in Gloryland Algiers Strut What a Friend we have in Jesus Sobbin Blues Bogalusa Strut Black Cat Blues Red Light Blues All the girls like the Way I Ride Burgundy St. Blues Weary Blues
Your question poses a double entendre. Blues is the earliest form of Jazz followed by Dixieland, Swing and Modern or Contemporary Jazz.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Actually it depends on witch person you speak with. I believe that t…
Joe Louis' professional boxing record was 69-3 with 55 knockouts.
No one hopefully.
Jazz music originated solely in the United States. It is a distinctly and uniquely different style of music. Jazz music can be considered a musical collision of American and African cultures. It evolved out of three centuries of cultural and racial conflicts, meaning a clash of the more subdued domi…
Beyone has a 4 octive vocal range and is capible of employing vocal tactics to hit higher notes.
Frank Sinatra was born on December 12, 1915.
Sinatra was assassinated by his own buddy
JAZZ!! wowi really don't think Karen clark-Sheard or her sisters sung JAZZ prolly had an track that had jazz flavor to it.They basically sing all gospel
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Herbie Hancock - Piano, Keyboard Eddie Henderson - Trumpet, Flugelhorn Eli Degibri - Saxes Terri Lynne Carrington - Drums Ira Coleman - Bass Cyro Baptista - Percussion
The vocals on trumpet player Tom Browne's song " Funkin' For Jamaica " are performed by singer Tonni Smith.Tonni can be found on MySpace @ www.myspace.com/tonnismith
when people say so and when you feel like you are popular and you just feel, AWESOME!?!?!?!
Frank Sinatra was born on December 12, 1915 and died on May 14, 1998. Frank Sinatra would have been 82 years old at the time of death or 99 years old today.
Frank Sinatra DID NOT record Beyond the Sea. As a Sinatra collector I can confirm that no, Sinatra never recorded it or sang it live. To: JHCallahan Here is a follow-up on your answer (below) to my question. Shortly after posting this question, I wrote to the songwriter, Jack Lawrence, who wrote …
Swing so dance your heart out lol :)
Jazz is very much about "doing your own thing". Therefore, jazz singers may be inspired by someone else's music and then do their own variation on it!
It is very difficult to define jazz because its influences are so
diverse, and because it has influenced so many other musical forms.
duke Ellington one said that jazz is all music.
No one person invented jazz. Jazz Music was created out of
exploration of the Afro-Americans with European musical
The pianist is Lee Musiker, guitarist is Gray Sargent, bassist is Paul Langosch and the drummer is Harold Jones
it started in the era of African slave trade, most modern jazz movements today have been developed from the afrocan slave dances.
When did jazz dancing start?
When did jazz dancing start?
Jazz as a term can act as an adjective, noun, or verb, and refers to a performance method or the music itself that is called jazz.
David Sanborn lives on the Upper West Side in New York City.
The three policing styles that have been effective are Watchman, legalistic and Service. The most popular in many communities is the service style, where many police agencies work with agencies outside of the police such as social services and mental health services.
Cliff Burton(R.I.P.)..(Metallica), Heaviest/Fastest Charles Mingus, the Godfather. James Jamerson (Motown), the Silkiest. Paul McCartney, Most Under-appreciated. Geezer Butler (Sabbath), deceptively simple John Paul Jones (Led Zep), the Rock. Bootsy Collins (James Brown, Parliament), the Funk…
Chick Corea, Louis Armstrong
The simplest answer appears to be no. In the sense that they certainly weren't buddies and I'm not aware of any occassions they are meant to have performed on the same bill. However they certainly will have met. Claims that Sinatra felt animosity towards Darin after he was misquoted as declaring he …
Just bought this poster last Saturday at a local "TROC" for 49 Swiss francs, approx 30 Euros. Thought this was a good deal.
Ferdinand 'Jelly Roll' Morton
This is a subjective question but I don't want to see Andrei Kirilenko aka 'AK47' traded.
He is mostly known for Jazz Saxophone but also played clarinet.
jazz dance started in the 20th centary and 19 centary it became famous by a man called Bobby Valintino so type up bobby valentino and see what you can find about jazz
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Some jazz instruments are piano, bass, drums, guitar, sax, flute, trumpet, and vibraphone, although it is certainly not limited to these.
Warren "Baby" Dodds was a jazz drummer from New Orleans, who died
Dodds was greatly admired and some of his techniques are used
you don't necessarily need any qualifications to become a musician. If you want to teach, you need to have at least passed Grade 8 in that instrument. If you wish to study music at university you most probably need an A-Level in Music, but to be an actual musician, and play as a solo artist or in a …
Music notation began because people wanted to write down the music
they were making. This was so that they could remember it and share
Hi! That Fender Jazz Bass is from the 70's. Normally, the prefix "S" tells us that it was made in the 70's, and I can tell you by the digit "8", that comes after the "S", tells us that it was made around 1977-1978.
They may "look" but they never "see".
There are many songs that contain the lyric 'Don't cry for you'.
One of these includes Argentina by the band ABBA.
Kenny burrell then thornel schwartz forget this guy The best jazz guitarist is pat matheny - cant beat this guy, tried & tested The best jazz guitarist is pat matheny - cant beat this guy, tried & testedThe best jazz guitarist is pat matheny - cant beat this guy, tried & tested
Drum set, bass, guitar, piano, saxophones, trumpets, and trombones. Sometimes other instruments are added such as flute or clarinet, but the others I listed are the main ones.
The bass is a stand up, or acoustic bass in a lot of traditional jazz bands.
The invention of the phonograph meant that people could listen to music at home. This impacted on musicians as there was less demand for live music, and only the best could make a living. The development of microphones also made an impact as it meant that larger bands could still have solo instrumen…
Yes. he was one of the most famous jazz artists of his time, along with armstrong.
Lacrosse was first played thousands of years ago by American Indians playing with rocks and skulls. It was adapted by the French in the 1600's.
Paul Taylor's debut CD is "On the Horn" released in 1995.
The Voice or Ole'Blue Eyes and The Chairman of the Board
Choo Choo Ch'Boogie by Louis Jordan Giant Steps by John Coltrane Take Five by Dave Brubeck Take Five rocks!
Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
This Afro-American spiritual song was composed by Wallis Willis, a native American slave in about 1862. His local river with red clay suspended in it inspired him to write of the Jordan River and Elijah being taken to heaven in a fiery chariot.
Old Blue Eyes
and Chairman of the Board
When Frank Sinatra was a bachelor in his 40's, he entered a middle-aged crazy phase, cavorting in Las Vegas, Atlantic City, Hollywood and stops in between. His entourage, nicknamed 'The Rat Pack', included Sammy Davis Jr., Dean Martin, Peter Lawford, Joey Bishop and Shirley MacLaine, who called Sina…
answer is "scat" And those are the "scat" performers of the group.
Some people think it started in New Orleans whereas some people believe that it actually originated in France. Both claim to have invented jazz at ar well i really doesn't know where it started because i got to do a project about it and i am asking you guys about it so you need to know or i will be …
A flapper was a young woman of the 1920's. Their appearance included short, bobbed hair styles, fancy hats, makeup, and long, flat, but often gaudy dresses. Their behavior flaunted conservative social mores : smoking, drinking, casual sex, and a generally uninhibited manner.A flapper was a girl in t…
The founder of jazz music is "Buddy Bolden"
yes he went to a high school in Oklahoma but im not sure what the school was called and i think he got a degree if this did not help try using another web site or a reference bookHe received honorary doctorates from Howard and Yale Universities- Andrew Lay
Once ragtime was fused with slave music and blues forms, jazz started to sprout up. First came the big bands (Duke Ellington, Count Basie). These were for dancing to. Then came be-bop. This was "musician's music" (Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, Sonny Rollins, Thelonious Monk)
It started in the 1560s. Jazz dance started in the 20th century and 19 century it became famous by a man called Bobby Valintino.
He is alive. I saw him at church last Sunday.