Jazz<br />
“Jazz washes away <br />the dust of every day life”<br />Art Blakey<br />
Rhythms  of Western Africa<br />European harmony<br />American “gospel” singing<br />Origin<br />Ragtime<br />
“Jazz music is an intensified feeling of nonchalance” Francoise Sagan<br />
Chicago<br />St Louis<br />Cansas City<br />Memphis<br />New Orlean<br />
Ragtime(1890 – 1917)<br />Blues(1900 – 1920s)<br />Jazz<br />
Ragtime<br /><ul><li>highly syncopated
the pianoforte predominant</li></li></ul><li>Blues<br /><ul><li>largely vocal form
depressed frame of mind
blend of major and </li></ul>minor harmony<br />
Blues Instruments<br />
Blues Genius <br /><ul><li>Memphis Blues
St. Louis Blues</li></li></ul><li>Jazz Styles<br />Dixieland<br />       Symphonic jazz<br />             Swing<br />     ...
Dixieland<br />Group improvisation led by the trumpet<br />King Oliver<br />Jelly Roll <br />Morton<br />Earl Hines<br />L...
Symphonic Jazz<br />Paul Whiteman – King of Jazz<br />Duke Ellington <br />
Swing 1930s<br /> Good ensemble work<br />              Arrangement<br />                       Precision<br />
Be-bop (Modern Jazz) 1940s<br />Rhythm<br />        Scat singing<br />                Fast tempo<br />
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Jazz

  1. 1. Jazz<br />
  2. 2. “Jazz washes away <br />the dust of every day life”<br />Art Blakey<br />
  3. 3. Rhythms of Western Africa<br />European harmony<br />American “gospel” singing<br />Origin<br />Ragtime<br />
  4. 4. “Jazz music is an intensified feeling of nonchalance” Francoise Sagan<br />
  5. 5. Chicago<br />St Louis<br />Cansas City<br />Memphis<br />New Orlean<br />
  6. 6. Ragtime(1890 – 1917)<br />Blues(1900 – 1920s)<br />Jazz<br />
  7. 7. Ragtime<br /><ul><li>highly syncopated
  8. 8. the pianoforte predominant</li></li></ul><li>Blues<br /><ul><li>largely vocal form
  9. 9. depressed frame of mind
  10. 10. blend of major and </li></ul>minor harmony<br />
  11. 11. Blues Instruments<br />
  12. 12. Blues Genius <br /><ul><li>Memphis Blues
  13. 13. St. Louis Blues</li></li></ul><li>Jazz Styles<br />Dixieland<br /> Symphonic jazz<br /> Swing<br /> Be-bop<br /> Free jazz, etc <br />
  14. 14. Dixieland<br />Group improvisation led by the trumpet<br />King Oliver<br />Jelly Roll <br />Morton<br />Earl Hines<br />Louis Armstrong<br />
  15. 15. Symphonic Jazz<br />Paul Whiteman – King of Jazz<br />Duke Ellington <br />
  16. 16. Swing 1930s<br /> Good ensemble work<br /> Arrangement<br /> Precision<br />
  17. 17. Be-bop (Modern Jazz) 1940s<br />Rhythm<br /> Scat singing<br /> Fast tempo<br />
  18. 18. Jazz & “Serious” Music<br />Charles Ives <br /> Maurice Ravel<br /> Igor Stravinsky<br /> George Gershwin<br /> Leonard Bernstein<br />
  19. 19. elements<br />www.animationfactory.com<br />
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