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Original Dixieland Jazz Band
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The duration of Dixieland Jazz is 1800.0 seconds.
The Rubberbands, Dixieland Jazz Band, Preservation Hall, N.O. Rhythmn Kings, etc.
Dixieland Jazz ended on 1954-09-06.
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It wasn't. So-called Dixieland jazz is a journalist coined tag given to bands that play in the in the style of the early, black New Orleans bands but the name derives from the first white jazz band to record which was the Original Dixieland Jazz Band. Hence the term is usually, though not exclusively, applied to white bands that play in that style. However, in Europe, bands who play in this style are referred to as revivalist bands. "Dixieland" is pretty much an American term.
The Offspring, Off With Their Heads and Over It are rock bands. Original Dixieland Jazz Band was a jazz band. The Old School Bluegrass Band starts with the letter O.
The Offspring, Off with Their Heads and Over It are rock bands. Original Dixieland Jazz Band was a jazz band. The Old School Bluegrass Band starts with the letter O.
The first Jazz was recorded by The Original Dixieland Jazz Band in Chicago although they were from New Orleans.
The Dukes of Dixieland has: Played Jazz Combo in "Toast of the Town" in 1948. Played Dixieland Band in "Toast of the Town" in 1948. Played Themselves in "Timex All-Star Jazz Show" in 1957. Played Themselves in "The Garry Moore Show" in 1958. Played Themselves in "The Patti Page Oldsmobile Show" in 1958. Played Themselves - Dixieland Band in "The Bell Telephone Hour" in 1959. Played Themselves - Jazz Combo in "The Bell Telephone Hour" in 1959.
Basin Street Blues is a jazz song written by Spencer Williams in 1926 and is often performed by Dixieland Band.
world famous Hungarian jazz-band 'Benkó Dixieland Band' was established in 1957 and still on stage in 2010!
Dixieland originated in New Orleans. The standard instrumentation for a Dixieland band was trumpet, trombone, clarinet, bass (or tuba), guitar (or banjo), piano, and drums. Dixieland drums resembled marching band drums; it was square compared to swing drums. Dixieland was centered around collective improvisation. Basically, everyone improvised at the same time. Ragtime was primarily reserved for piano. It was mostly classical. It is considered one of the first Jazz styles. It's characterized by "stride piano" and it's syncopation. A very famous example of ragtime is "The Entertainer" by Scott Joplin. Ragtime first appeared in the 1890s, while Dixieland appeared in the early 1900s and 1910s
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Dixieland is not only a region but it's also a music genre. The music genre refers to Chicago style jazz, also called hot jazz or early jazz. It should also make sense that Dixieland also refers to the state of Illinois.
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Brazilian, Dixieland or Crossover Jazz.
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Early 1910's in New Orleans, LA with "dixieland" and "New Orleans" Jazz
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