Who wrote the jazz tune Four?
Though Miles Davis was the first to record it and is often credited as the composer, but it was supposedly composed by Eddie Vinston.
Well it's kind of jazz and kind of pop.
"Making Whoopee" is a "jazz era" popular song but isn't a tune played usually by jazz musicians it does not belong to any jazz style.
The song "Sweet Georgia Brown" was written in 1925 by Ben Bernie, Maceo Pinkard and Kenneth Casey. "Sweet Georgia Brown" is a jazz standard tune of the pop genre.
Take the A train was the signature tune of Duke Ellington.
most jazz pieces feature an improvisation section, where the musician makes up his/her own tune and that is what jazz musicians do a lot - improvise.
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Because it needed a theme tune
I believe it was a jazz tune called If I were a Bell
The main melody or theme of the tune, usually is played in and out, before and after the solos.
I think F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote more about the lost generation in the last half of the 1920s. He coined the phrase, "The Jazz Age."
"Four Jazz Vignettes" is the title of four short jazz pieces for Saxophone Quartet composed by Lennie Neihaus.
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back in seventeen ninety two there was not a lot to do haydn wrote this symphony number ninety four in g since there was no rock or jazz haydn made his own pizzaz
'I'll be there for you' By Rembrandts!
Four Tunes, The Tune Weavers, The Tune Rockers, MC Tunes, The Neptunes, and Luny Tunes.
the fist book was written by Arthur Fist, famous for his jazz mags
Billy Strayhorn. He wrote a lot of music for the Duke Ellington band.
swing,fusion,blues and cool jazz
Kander & Ebb
The Dennis Waterman band
Wicked has a combination of musical styles. There are your average show tune, pop, jazz, and classical.
The poem was written by Finbar Furey from the Furey Brothers - lovely poem and tune to match
He wrote the lyrics. The tune came from an English drinking song.
Sharlotte Gibson wrote and performed the theme song.
sing it the way you want it and you will find it
He wrote the theme tune.
Glass Sun wrote it... awesome tune
You ask the mimes who hum a tune indicating to go to the Jazz Cafe.
The main tune is called the "head." It establishes the chord structure and overall theme.
The melody from Age of Aquarius may be heard on Les McCann's live recording of "Compared to What" from the 1969 Montreaux Jazz Festival in Switzerland. The cut can be found on the album "Swiss Movement".
"Wave" is NOT a jazz song. It's a bossa nova and was written by Antonio Carlos Jobim. However, it is often interpreted by jazz singers as are many other bossa novas.
Jazz improvisation is the process of spontaneously creating fresh melodies over the continuously repeating cycle of chord changes of a tune. The improviser may depend on the contours of the original tune, or solely on the possibilities of the chords' harmonies. It has been said that the best improvised music sounds composed, and that the best composed music sounds improvised. Composed music and improvised music may seem to be opposites, but in Jazz they merge… Read More
Amanda P. wrote Four Tunnels!
Bebop Jazz: John Coltrane Cool Jazz: Miles Davis Latin Jazz: Antonio Carlos Jobim Gypsy Jazz: Django Reinhardt
Not normally. The baritone ukulele is tuned to the same four notes as you would typically tune a guitar's lowest four strings.
Carter Burwell - he's a composer who wrote most of the Twilight soundtrack.
Walter Murphy, in 1976.
Bobby Valentino did not invent jazz dancing. He wrote a song called "The Man Who Invented Jazz" which in on his album "Pat-a-Cake, Pat-a-Cake", released in 2011.
In a way yes they do. If you listen to "Welcome to the World of Plastic Beach" feat Snoop, it does have a bit of a jazzy tune to it.
No, it was a song first. 'I'll be there for you' By Rembrandts
hubert parry, if you are referring to the Blake hymn
John Williams wrote the Superman theme tune.