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Dixieland and New Orleans JAZZ
Transcript of Dixieland and New Orleans JAZZ
One of the most easiest jazz forms.
Solos play a much greater roll.
Standard band size: front line
Trumpet (or cornet)
Rhythmic section: at least two
How is Dixieland connected to the general word "Jazz"?
Dixie - Civil War Southern States
Spread up to form New Orleans Chicago and New york.
Big influence of the Midwestern musical style of ragtime.
What are the rhythmic and melodic components of Dixieland Jazz?
Transition and combination of 2-beat to 4-beat.
Introduced swing in it's earliest form
In a 2/2 march the tuba usually plays the chord root on beat 1 and the chord fifth on beat 2, with the French horns sounding the full chord on the upbeats.
New Orleans Jazz
Birthplace of Jazz
Usually lead by trumpet or cornet.
Supported harmonically - horns
rhythmically - bass and drums.
Did not include a lot of solos.
Improvisation - collective, melodic expression
a swinging, stomping, syncopated beat - that makes you want to dance!
"The Birthplace of Jazz." Experience New Orleans! Guide to Hotels, Restaurants & Attractions. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Sept. 2013.
"How Do New Orleans Jazz and Dixieland Differ? - Curiosity." Curiosity. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Sept. 2013.
"Dixieland Jazz Style Summary." Dixieland Jazz Style Summary. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Sept. 2013.
Famous Musicians representing Dixieland, New Orleans Jazz
August 4, 1901 – July 6, 1971
"he made Jazz what it is today"
shifting to the focus of solos
Talented with scat singing
What a Wonderful World
Potato Head Blues
La Vie En Rose
Original Dixieland Jazz Band:
First recording 1917
"Livery Stable Blues" - first Jazz single issued
Billed itself as the "Creator of Jazz"
Livery Stable Blues
Darktown Strutters' Ball
For my analysis of a music piece I have chosen Louis Armstrong Hello Dolly feat. Max Greger Big Band from Germany.
A very common objective which Louis Armstrong has in most of his pieces is the syncopation of his tones. These syncopation add to the unfamiliar atmosphere of Louis Armstrong’s Hello Dolly.
For the first seven beats of the pieces, just a trumpet, a trombone and the drums are playing the intro. On the eighth beat Louis enter with the first line "Hello Dolly"