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Jazz Sounds and Instrumentation

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Emily Loboda

on 1 December 2016

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Transcript of Jazz Sounds and Instrumentation

Jazz Sounds and Instrumentation
The sounds that make up jazz music
Instrumentation: the instruments that are used
Fancy word, easy definition
Texture: The way melodic, harmonic, and rhythmic elements are put together in a composition
TEXTURE

Thick or thin,
Depends on amount of instruments
Most music is homophonic including jazz
Homophony-
Melody and accompaniment
TRUMPET
Timbre: Quality of sound or tone color
Timbre- "bright" "brassy"
Brass instrument
TROMBONE
Timbre: Can be harsh and loud or smooth and mellow
Brass
Saxophone
Woodwind
Soprano, Alto, Tenor, Baritone (bari)
Piano and Guitar
Part of rhythm section
Drums
Part of rhythm section
Bass
Electric and Upright
Part of Rhythm Section
Combo
Instrumentation: one or two wind instruments and rhythm section
Big Band
Instrumentation: 5 saxes, 4 trumpets, 4 trombones, rhythm section
INSTRUMENTATION?
TEXTURE?
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