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In The Mood - Franco DAndrea Trio - Standards Of The Big Band Era - Chapter 1 (CD, Album)

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  1. The first of three volumes of the Philology series Standards of the Big Band Era by pianist Franco d'Andrea's trio pretty much sticks to popular songs and themes heard during the heyday of the big bands of Benny Goodman, Lionel Hampton, Glenn Miller, and Charlie there's nothing that suggests the typically smooth and easygoing interpretations of their music by d'Andrea and his 9/
  2. cd、dvdの通販ならタワーレコードオンラインショップ。 Franco D'Andrea Trio/Standards Of The Big Band Era Chapter 1 こんにちは、 ゲスト 様.
  3. Unlike earlier New Orleans jazz bands, the instrumentation of a big band in the s typically included saxophones and guitar One advantage that white musicians in the swing era had over their African American counterparts was that.
  4. The standard instrumentation for a swing era big band rhythm section was. piano, guitar, bass, drums The most important bands of the big-band era are. Basie, Ellington, Goodman. Jazz Chapter 1 Part 2. 30 terms. Kevinivek3. Jazz Chapter 3+4. 78 terms. Kevinivek3. Subjects.
  5. The swing era: Beginning in , a new style of jazz-inspired music called "swing" transformed American popular music. Initially developed in the late s by black dance bands in New York, Chicago, and Kansas City.
  6. "In the Mood"; Miller's Orchestra was most popular dance band in world, breaking record sales and concert audience; most songs still popular; peppy, clean sound style; died in a plane crash; In the Mood is best known recording of swing era; tune based on short riff ft. saxophones; 12 bar blues w/ 8 bar bridge; famous improv trumpet solo; "trick" ending, gets quiet then explodes.
  7. The middle section of minuet-and-trio form is called a "trio" because Select one: a. it was originally arranged for three instruments. b. the middle section was originally performed three times. c. it is in ternary form. d. All possible answers.
  8. 1) Swing favored big band rather than combo. Means greater reliance on written arrangements 2) Saxophones were more common 3) Bass Viol appeared more 4) High-hat cymbals were used more 5) Collective improv was RARE 6) Rhythmic feeling was smoother 7) Swing musicians showed a higher level of instrumental proficiency.

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