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Debussiana Jazz improvisations on Debussy, Gershwi
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Debussiana Jazz improvisations on Debussy, Gershwin, Piazzolla, Prokofieff, Ravel

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Debussiana Jazz improvisations on Debussy, Gershwi
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Debussiana Jazz improvisations on Debussy, Gershwin, Piazzolla, Prokofieff, Ravel

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2006
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F. Holt: Across The Atlantic: Acculturation And Hybridization in Jazz And The African DiasporaF. Kerschbaumer: Tonale Absorptionen in der Entwicklung des Jazz - von der britischen Folk Music bis Arnold SchönbergF. Krieger: Musikalische Übernahmen und Originalität bei Herbie HancockM. Straka: Einflüsse des Montuno auf die Entstehung des modalen JazzB. Hoffmann: Salzige Träume - Akkulturation im Jazz aus dem Blickwinkel afro-karibischer RhythmikM. Hendler: Die Musik von 'Gato Gótico'I. Harer: Zwischen zwei Welten - Ragtime als Ergebnis musikalischer PraxisA. M. Dauer: Lineare Mehrstimmigkeit im alten GospelW. Messner: Der wechselseitige Einfluß von Jazz und Klassik in Bezug auf die Entwicklung der Posaunenspieltechnik (Posaunenspielliteratur)P. Revers: '... very much reminiscent of improvisations in jazz': Zur kompositorischen Jazzrezeption in Werken Ernst Kreneks, Boris Blachers und Gottfried von EinemsG. Grupe: Jazz und der Rest der Welt: Nachhaltiger Wandel oder punktuelle Inspiration?

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2006
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F. Holt: Across The Atlantic: Acculturation And Hybridization in Jazz And The African DiasporaF. Kerschbaumer: Tonale Absorptionen in der Entwicklung des Jazz - von der britischen Folk Music bis Arnold SchönbergF. Krieger: Musikalische Übernahmen und Originalität bei Herbie HancockM. Straka: Einflüsse des Montuno auf die Entstehung des modalen JazzB. Hoffmann: Salzige Träume - Akkulturation im Jazz aus dem Blickwinkel afro-karibischer RhythmikM. Hendler: Die Musik von 'Gato Gótico'I. Harer: Zwischen zwei Welten - Ragtime als Ergebnis musikalischer PraxisA. M. Dauer: Lineare Mehrstimmigkeit im alten GospelW. Messner: Der wechselseitige Einfluß von Jazz und Klassik in Bezug auf die Entwicklung der Posaunenspieltechnik (Posaunenspielliteratur)P. Revers: '... very much reminiscent of improvisations in jazz': Zur kompositorischen Jazzrezeption in Werken Ernst Kreneks, Boris Blachers und Gottfried von EinemsG. Grupe: Jazz und der Rest der Welt: Nachhaltiger Wandel oder punktuelle Inspiration?

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Jazz Guitar
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The term jazz guitar may refer to either a type of guitar or to the variety of playing styles used in the various genres which are commonly termed "jazz." The guitar has a long history in jazz music, as both an ensemble and solo instrument. These styles were shaped by some of the genre's influential jazz guitarists. The earliest guitars used in jazz were acoustic, while acoustic guitars are still sometimes used in jazz, most jazz guitarists since the 1940s have performed on an amplified electric guitar. Typically, jazz electric guitarists use an archtop with a big soundbox, violin-style f-holes, a "floating bridge", and a magnetic pickup. Solid body guitars are also used. Jazz guitar playing styles include "comping" with jazz chord voicings (and in some cases walking basslines) and "blowing" (improvising) over jazz chord progressions with jazz-style phrasing and ornaments. Comping refers to playing chords underneath a song's melody or another musician's solo improvisations. When jazz guitar players improvise, they may use the scales, modes, and arpeggios associated with the chords in a tune's chord progression.

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Jazz Guitar
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The term jazz guitar may refer to either a type of guitar or to the variety of playing styles used in the various genres which are commonly termed "jazz." The guitar has a long history in jazz music, as both an ensemble and solo instrument. These styles were shaped by some of the genre's influential jazz guitarists. The earliest guitars used in jazz were acoustic, while acoustic guitars are still sometimes used in jazz, most jazz guitarists since the 1940s have performed on an amplified electric guitar. Typically, jazz electric guitarists use an archtop with a big soundbox, violin-style f-holes, a "floating bridge", and a magnetic pickup. Solid body guitars are also used. Jazz guitar playing styles include "comping" with jazz chord voicings (and in some cases walking basslines) and "blowing" (improvising) over jazz chord progressions with jazz-style phrasing and ornaments. Comping refers to playing chords underneath a song's melody or another musician's solo improvisations. When jazz guitar players improvise, they may use the scales, modes, and arpeggios associated with the chords in a tune's chord progression.

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Observations in Ornette Colemans' music during ...
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This study examines the music of a pioneer of free improvisation in jazz: Ornette Coleman. Besides emphasizing the melodic language of this musician, this study presents analyses and transcriptions of his compositions and improvisations, focusing on the period from 1957 to 1963. In addition, Coleman is a rather controversial figure in jazz history, therefore, this study addresses to most commonly asked questions: Does Coleman's music have inner logic and structure in spite of the fact that its ostensibly naive and chaotic surface? Was Coleman a genuine modernist and innovator who was ahead his time? This study hopes to benefit students, professional musicians, theorists, musicologists and jazz aficionados because it will help them study, observe as well as deepen their understanding of the music of Ornette Coleman during that specific period.

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Meeting
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These two virtuoso keyboard musicians met for the first time at the Munich Klaviersommer 1982 and gave a concert in the Congress Hall of the German Museum. Alongside various improvisations they perform jazz standardsand end with a lyrically rendered paraphrase of Brahms‘s “Wiegenlied”.

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Observations in Ornette Colemans' music during ...
49,00 € *
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This study examines the music of a pioneer of free improvisation in jazz: Ornette Coleman. Besides emphasizing the melodic language of this musician, this study presents analyses and transcriptions of his compositions and improvisations, focusing on the period from 1957 to 1963. In addition, Coleman is a rather controversial figure in jazz history, therefore, this study addresses to most commonly asked questions: Does Coleman's music have inner logic and structure in spite of the fact that its ostensibly naive and chaotic surface? Was Coleman a genuine modernist and innovator who was ahead his time? This study hopes to benefit students, professional musicians, theorists, musicologists and jazz aficionados because it will help them study, observe as well as deepen their understanding of the music of Ornette Coleman during that specific period.

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