What is another name for swing music?
Swing music is a fairly specific term, and doesn't really have many other names. You could call it Swing Jazz.
It's performed to swing music, a subgenre of jazz usually played by big bands.
His music was billed as orchestral jazz and swing.
JLS stands or Jack The Lad Swing Jack The Lad Swing came across by combining the phrase "Jack the lad" and the urban music of New Jack Swing
Well the name JLS means "Jack the Lad Swing"-They decided to go with the name JLS (Jack the Lad Swing), a style created with Tracklacers some months back, combining the phrase "Jack the lad" and the urban music of New Jack Swing.
DEPENDS what your talking about. The swing music - swing is an adjective. Swing, as in swing on a chair is a verb. if your talking about a swing, as in at the park, is a noun. a noun is the name of a person place or thing, (e.g table, chair) a verb is an action word, (e.g run, swing) an adjective is a describing word, (e.g beautiful, ugly, fun) a proper noun is a… Read More
African americans created wing and swing music is basically jazz.
i was looking for info and saw this quistion and wonderd what is another name for music?
"Swing It". An optigon creation.
Swing music was a dance music so it was played primarily in dance halls and theatres like the Apollo Theatre in Harlem.
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No, but it swing music is sampled a lot of hip hop djs and producers.
swing was popular during the 1920s and 1930s.
Swing music is also called Swing Jazz. Swing first became known in the US in the 1920s. It wasn't until the mid 1930s that it became established in the uk. Swing music has a strong rhythm. It is usually performed by the double bass and drums. It is played at a fairly quick tempo. Swing music started to become less popular during WWII. It this was because of the recording ban. also many of the… Read More
another name for a composer is a music producer
Lindy hop or East Coast Swing. If the music is a little slower, you can do the West Coast Swing. ANSWER: also "crazy little thing called love"
Composing is another word for writing music.
The triplet feel and the emphasis on the 2 and 4 beats
Rock and roll is a popular music genre that originated from blues and jazz together with swing and Western music. The genre was given the name during the 1950's.
That depends what you mean by "type". There are general types, such as chamber music, folk, swing and country or there are specific dances such as the waltz, the gavotte, the minuet or the volte.
Chordal is another name for homophonic mu sci
Swing music was most popular during the mid 1930's to the mid 1940's. Starting in 1942, a recording ban by the union that most jazz musicians belonged to caused swing music to be played less frequently on the radio and other types of music took over.
it was the most popular form of music in America
considered savage, black music
typically 40s music or 20s
Swing music was popular in the 1940's
it was the most popular form of music in america.
Swing evolved into bebop because they were influenced by it and composed music similiar to it.
Early forms of swing were popular in the late 1920s but the "swing era" is generally considered to have run from around 1934 to 1945.
Swing can mean several things, and you didn't really say which you want. You can swing on the trapeze if you're very careful. Swing music is fun to dance to. Swing down from there and come home.
Blues came first, which led to Ragtime music, which led to Swing music, which led to Cool Jazz.
Big Band, Swing Music, Boogie Woogie & Jazz
What is the name of the music video with two black Men in Black suits dancing and doing some sort of swing moves?
slow club - two cousins
he palted swing music
JLS stands for Jack the Lad Swing The name JLS was thought of by one of Marvin Humes' old girl friends. There is a saying in England Jack the lad and there is also a music genre called New Jack Swing. JLS, Jack the Lad Swing is a combination of the two :D x
they had jazz dancers and swing music was already popualor
the music listened to was jazz and pop and swing mostly
From the early 1950's to the end of 1973, ALL! Swing, pop, country, R&B, Rock...you name it, he did it, and did it well.
Three popular forms of jazz are: big band swing, latin, and bebop. Hope that helps! Best wishes.
JLS were originally called UFO - Unique Famous Outrageous however when they went on the X factor they had to change their name due to copyright reasons because there was already a famous rock band called UFO. They changed their name to JLS - Jack the Lad Swing. One of the band members (Marvin Humes) ex-girlfriend came up with the name. This was because the type of music that they sang was called "New Jack… Read More
Because hitler was against it, so they had to be too, a group of kids (aged 14-17) made a group called the swing kids, and were known because the more they were told they couldn't listen to jazz and swing music the more they did Hope this helps :-)
Yeah it does stand for Jack The Lad Swing. They created it with Tracklacers, combing the phrase 'Jack the lad' and the urban music of New Jack Swing
Definitely, although not nearly to the extent they did back in the 1930s and 1940s. There are many radio stations and internet sites that broadcast swing and big band music, high schools sponsor "stage bands" that play swing, and many local and national orchestras play swing for dances and live audiences. Several of the major orchestras of that time continue to perform today, of course with new leaders and musicians but playing the music of… Read More
Raymond Gram Swing's birth name is Raymond Swing.
He didn't create that name. It was a generic name given to the jumping style of dancing that was often performed to swing music. It resembled a bug jittering around, hence the term.
Tommy Dorsey's music was from the Big Band era. Played mostly swing music.
Jazz was quite popular. Swing music became popular later in the decade.
Dancing, listening, enjoyment - all the things that are important for many forms of music.