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Early Morning Jazz Mood
 
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01.Kathy's Waltz - Dave Brubeck Quartet 02.Gladys - Stan Getz & Lionel Hampton 4:50 03.Fran-Dance - Miles Davis Sextet 12:35 04.One Note Samba - Stan Getz & Charlie Byrd 18:30 05.I Feel Pretty - The Dave Brubeck Quartet 24:43 06.Just Friends - Matt Nowlin Jazz Orchestra 29:52 07.Moments Like This - Charlie Byrd 35:10 08.Love Me or Leave Me - John Lewis 38:55 09.Freddie's Tune - Charlie Byrd 47:12 10.Angela - Bob James 53:00 11.---- 12.Mountain Dance - Dave Grusin 1:04:40
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Jazz Styles - Early Jazz
 
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Brent Jensen lectures on Early Jazz for the MUSI 108 (Survey of Jazz) course.
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Early Jazz vs Modern Jazz Piano
 
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If you like this Jazz Piano Tutorial, please subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/c/WalkThatBass For more information check out my website: http://www.thejazzpianosite.com/jazz-piano-lessons/jazz-genres/early-jazz-vs-modern-jazz-piano/ This Jazz Piano Tutorial compares and distinguishes Early Jazz Piano from Modern Jazz Piano and discusses the differences. In the early years of Jazz, and up until and including the Swing Era, the piano was still firmly rooted in the rhythm section of the band. This meant it had 2 roles: - Play the chords - Keep the beat going So generally the pianist played very rhythmically, and helped keep the beat. Now, during the Swing Era, jazz was generally played by Big Bands which had a full rhythm section consisting of drums, bass, guitar and piano. So slowly, pianists realised that if the drummer is keeping the beat, and the bass is playing a walking bassline, thus covering the bottom part of the register and also playing on the beat. Then there’s no need for the piano to duplicate the effort. So around the 1940’s pianists developed the technique of ‘comping – that is, varying your rhythm and just occasionally punctuating or pulsing the chords, often in between the phrases. This technique was pioneered by the pianist Earl Hines, who’s considered the father of modern jazz piano. If you enjoyed this Jazz Piano Tutorial on the difference between Early Jazz Piano from Modern Jazz Piano (and a very short and binary history of jazz piano), please subscribe.
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Early Jazz -Dizzy Gillespie on the birth of bebop
 
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beDizzy Gillespie speaking to BBC arena interviewer about the early days of jazz and how 2nd world war and the effect it had on big swing bands which lead to change Jazz style and size of swing bands include comment from dizzy that didnt call music they were playing bebop recorded in 1983
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Lecture 19 The HABANERA-SPANISH TINGE AS USED IN EARLY JAZZ - JELLY ROLL MORTON
 
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http://hessionsession.webs.com http://www.artistopia.com/hessionsession JIM HESSION DEMONSTRATES THE HABANERA (SPANISH TINGE) AND ITS IMPORTANCE IN EARLY JAZZ.
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New York Jazz Lounge - Bar Jazz Classics
 
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Great compilation of relaxing Bar Jazz Classics. Stream/Download here: https://lnk.to/NYJL_BJC Check out PART II of our Bar Jazz Classics by New York Jazz Lounge here: https://youtu.be/Z-b_Y20L94E NEW UPLOAD: Vocal Jazz Classics: https://youtu.be/KFH046IYwb4 01. All of Me (Gerald Marks/Seymor Simons) 00:00 02. The The A-Train (Billy Streyhorn) 04:30 03. Al the Things You Are (Jerome Kern/Oscar Hammerstein) 08:15 04. Satin Doll (Duke Ellington/Billy Strayhorne) 11:49 05. Fly Me to the Moon (Bart Howard) 16:52 06. Autumn Leaves (Jodeph Kosma/Jacqes Prevert) 21:06 07. My Romance (Richard Rogers/Lorenz Hart) 26:20 08. Take Five (Paul Desmonds) 32:05 09. How High the Moon (William Morgan Lewis/Hancy Hamilton) 35:44 10. The More I See You (Harry Warren/Mack Gordon) 39:14 11. Someday My Prince Will Come (Frank Churchill/Larry Morey) 42:58 12. Don't Mean A Thing (Duke Ellington/Irving Mills) 46:38 More Bar Jazz Classics? Click here: https://youtu.be/DpBWUv_91ho Get it on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/de/album/bar-jazz-classics/id427094804?app=itunes&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 JazzAndBluesExperience ♫ SUBSCRIBE HERE : http://bit.ly/10VoH4l (Re)Discover the Jazz and Blues greatest hits ! ♫ JazznBluesExperience is your channel for all the best jazz and blues music. Find your favorite songs and artists and experience the best of jazz music and blues music. Subscribe for free to stay connected to our channel and easily access our video updates! ♫ Facebook FanPage : http://www.facebook.com/JazznBluesExperience
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Various ‎– Primitive Paradise : Early Exotica 1920-1947 Jazz Conga Folk Rumba Cha-Cha Music Bands
 
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Label:University Of Vice Records ‎ Format:Vinyl, LP, Compilation Country:Europe Released:03 Aug 2015 Buy Amzn (USA) : https://amzn.to/2zgWoVq (affiliate) Buy Amzn (UK) : https://amzn.to/2m178gY (affiliate) Tracklist A1 –Orquesta Serramont Amanecer en Turquia 00:00 A2 –Lecuona Cuban Boys Rumba Musulmana 02:58 A3 –Mercedes Marino Ali Baba 05:16 A4 –Pedro Berrios Chino Soy 08:33 A5 –All Star Trio In the land of Rice and Tea 12:13 A6 –The Honolulu Queens China Seas 15:22 A7 –Southsea Islanders The Honolulu Beach Boys Blues 18:12 B1 –Anglo-Persians African Lament 21:08 B2 –Jay Whidden Hindoo Loo 23:56 B3 –Elsie Bayron Jungla 26:50 B4 –The Kidoodlers On the Hoko Moko Side 30:03 B5 –Wailana Grass Shack Boys Gipsy Dream Rose 32:37 You can visit my second channel sunnyboy66 II, always with the same attitude, here : https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCMEC8HFF35atlHGcVPhRKXw The genre known as "exotica" reached worldwide success during the 1950s thanks to artists such as Yma Sumac, Martin Denny, and Arthur Lyman, but its origin can be found almost 50 years earlier. The seed was planted by Hawaiian musicians who performed, representing their country, at the first Universal Exhibitions that took place in the United States in 1901. Their paradisiacal melodies, percussion, and tribal rhythms; the strange timbre of instruments such as the ukulele and the steel guitar; and the scantily clad female dancers sparked the interest of American society. The eccentric vaudeville shows, especially their risqué numbers, incorporated sounds from Asia, the Middle East, and Africa to create the right atmosphere for an exotic stage on which sensual dancers tried to satisfy the audience's escapist needs. It was then that the traditional folklore of the islands began to merge with Western rhythms such as foxtrot and swing. The first recordings by Hawaiian artists were marketed widely in the 1910s on the 78 rpm format, and as a result the steel guitar, the genre's characteristic instrument, became so popular that it was integrated into other genres such as country, country blues, Western swing, and novelty music. At the same time, Cuban and Puerto Rican music arrived in the United States thanks to pioneers such as Trío Matamoros, Don Azpiazú, and Los Jardineros, who paved the way for such enormously popular stars as Desi Arnaz and Xavier Cugat. On the other side of the pond, in the early '30s, rumba, conga, and beguine were creating a frenzy in Europe thanks to orchestras from Cuba, Guadeloupe, and Martinique performing at Parisian clubs. Later on, after World War II, more commercial rhythms such as cha-cha-cha and mambo would be easily assimilated by an audience already used to Latin sounds that would eventually conquer all of Europe and the rest of the world. The music featured on this compilation is a sample of that musical expansion, exemplified by 14 tracks of early exotica originally released on 78 rpm records between 1920 and 1947 in countries such as France, Spain, England, Holland, Japan, and the USA. Most have never been reissued on any format until now. Includes tracks by Orquesta Serramont, Lecuona Cuban Boys, Mercedes Mariño, Pedro Berrios, All Star Trio, The Honolulu Queens, South Sea Islanders, Anglo-Persians, Jay Whidden, Elsie Bayron, The Kidoodlers, Wailana Grass Shack Boys, The Tune Wranglers, and Gino Bordin. * All materials presented on this channel are copyrighted by their respective copyright owners, and are subject to use for INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY! SUPPORT THE MUSICIANS, BUY THEIR MUSIC! ** If you (being a musician or a copyright owner) don't approve your music material to be presented on this channel (or would like any additional info to be published), please contact me (via my Youtube channel ) and I'll remove it in seconds (or add necessary info)! Thank you in advance for your understanding!
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Cafe Music!!Jazz & Bossa Nova instrumental Music!!お部屋に明るい音楽を!!
 
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The Best of Charlie Parker's Early Years | Jazz Music
 
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Subscribe for more jazz and classical music: http://bit.ly/YouTubeHalidonMusic Listen to our playlist “The Best of Jazz” on Deezer: http://bit.ly/2tu25aM Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/halidonmusic/ ▶ BUY the full MP3 album from our music store: http://bit.ly/1RQxybJ ♫♫♫ Special Price ♫♫♫ THE BEST OF CHARLIE PARKER'S EARLY YEARS A collection of songs that explore Charlie Parker's early career, from his professional recording debut with Pianist Jay McShann to the November 26, 1945 session (the first under his name). JAY McSHANN and His Orchestra - april 30, 1941 1 Swingmatism (McShann)- solos: McShann (p), Parker (as), Gus Johnson (dm) ( 00:00 ) 2 Hootie Blues (McShann) - solos: Parker (as), Walter Brown (voc), Orville Minor (tp) same - july, 1942 ( 02:38 ) 3 The Jumpin' Blues (McShann) - solos: Mc Shann (p), Parker (as), Walter Brown (voc) ( 05:31 ) 4 Sepian Bounce (Hall - McShann) - solos: McShann (p), Bob Mabane (ts), Parker (as), Bernard Anderson (tp) ( 08:32 ) TINY GRIMES Quintet - september 15, 1944 Tiny Grimes (g & voc), Charlie Parker (as), Clyde Hart (p), Jimmy Butts (b), Doc West (dm) 5 Tiny's Tempo (Grimes - Hart) ( 11:39 ) 6 I'll Always Love You Just The Same (Grimes) ( 14:38 ) 7 Red Cross (Parker) ( 17:38 ) 8 Romance Without Finance (Grimes) ( 20:48 ) COOTIE WILLIAMS’ Sextet - february 12, 1945 Cootie Williams (tp), Charlie Parker (as), Sam Taylor (ts), Arnold Jarvis (p), Carl Pruitt (b), Sylvester Payne (dm) 9 Floogie Boo (Williams - Vinson) ( 23:49 ) SARAH VAUGHAN - may 25, 1945 voc. acc by: Charlie Parkder (as), Dizzy Gillespie (tp), Flip Phillips (ts), Nat Jaffe (p), Bill De Arango (g), Curly Russell (b), Max Roach (dm) 10 Mean to Me (Ahlert - Turk) ( 27:40 ) RED NORVO and His Selected Sextet - june 6, 1945 Red Norvo (vib), Charlie Parker (as), Dizzy Gillespie (tp), Flip Phillips (ts), Teddy Wilson (p), Slam Stewart (b) Specs Powell (dm) 11 Hallelujah (Youmans - Robbins - Grey) ( 30:18 ) 12 Get Happy (Arlen - Koehler) ( 34:17 ) J. C. Herd (dm) replaces Powell - same session 13 Slam Slam Blues (Norvo) ( 37:59 ) 14 Congo Blues (Norvo) ( 42:28 ) SIR CHARLES THOMPSON and His All Stars - september 4, 1945 Sir Charles Thompson (p), Charlie Parker (as), Dexter Gordon (ts), Buck Clayton (tp), Danny Barker (g), Jimmy Butts (b), J. C. Herd (dm) 15 Takin' Off (Thompson) 16 If I Had You (Shapiro - Connelly - Campbell) 17 20th Century Blues (Thompson) 18 The Street Beat (Thompson) CHARLIE PARKER’s Re-Boppers - november 26, 1945 Charlie Parker (as), Dizzy Gillespie (p), Curly Russell (b), Max Roach (dm) 19 Warming Up A Riff (Parker) ( 57:58 ) 20 Meandering (David) ( 01:00:31 ) Miles Davis (tp) added - same session 21 Billie's Bounce (Parker) ( 01:03:46 ) Argonne Thornton (p) replaces Gillespie - same session 22 Thriving On A Riff (Parker) ( 01:06:55 ) Gillespie (p) replaces Thornton 23 Now's The Time (Parker) ( 01:09:50 ) Gillespie plays both (p) and (tp) - same session 24 Ko-Ko (Parker) ( 01:16:06 ) Thank you so much for watching this video by Halidon Music channel, we hope you enjoyed it! Don't forget to share it and subscribe to our channel http://bit.ly/YouTubeHalidonMusic Love Jazz? Then look no further! With new videos constantly added, Halidon Music is home to the best Jazz on YouTube. Relive the magic of Jazz legends Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Lester Young, Benny Goodman, Glenn Miller, Charlie Parker, Coleman Hawkins, Django Reinhardt, Lionel Hampton, Eddie Condon, Count Basie and many more. Travel back in time to the Golden Age of Jazz with us!
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Jack Johnson's Jazz Band (1929 - Early Sound Footage)
 
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Rare sound movie footage of former World Heavyweight Champion JACK JOHNSON leading a Jazz band in December 1929. From the Fox Movitone film archive collection of the University of South Carolina http://library.sc.edu/p/Collections/MIRC/FoxMovietoneNewsGift
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Art Hickman Orchestra - Little Devil 1925 Early Jazz Fox Trot Instrumental
 
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Victor Records 19732-A - Art Hickman Orchestra - Little Devil 1925 Recorded 3-8-1925 in Los Angeles, California. Earl Burnett & Art Hickman, Director. Music written by Howard E. Johnson, Al Fredericks, Irving M. Bibo, & Abe Lyman. Art Hickman and his Orchestra started out at the St. Francis Hotel (335 Powell Street) in San Francisco in 1913. In those early years of Jazz he was even described by the press as the originator of Jazz, which was clearly not the case and which Hickman also denied. In 1916 the jazz craze started up in New York City with the success of the Original Dixieland Jass Band. The popularity of this style of music continued to grow and in 1919 the Hickman Orchestra went to New York to play at the Biltmore Hotel and record with Columbia. The trip was very successful for the band and they returned briefly to San Francisco in 1920, but they were soon offered a part in Ziegfeld Follies. The Follies was one of the hottest show business tickets in those days and the Hickman returned to New York and were part of the show for five months in 1920. In 1921 Hickman sent a smaller group to London, England to play under the name of Art Hickman's New York London Five. Hickman did not accompany band on this trip. Returning to California the band played residencies at hotels in San Francisco and Los Angeles. In 1926 Hickman Orchestra joined another Ziegfeld show, this time in Palm Beach, Florida, but in the midst all of this success, Hickman's health began to fail and he had to turn down gigs. In 1929 he was hospitalized and he died in 1930 of Banti's disease. The style of Jazz that Art Hickman's Orchestra played had a lot in common with the early music of Paul Whiteman's Orchestra (who also started out in San Francisco). Both groups saw themselves elevating the music beyond the wild and crazy sounds of Original Dixieland Jass Band and Ted Lewis and in the words of Whiteman, "trying to make a lady out of Jazz".
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Modal Cantus Firmus ... Jazz, and Early Music Origins
 
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Playlist on How to Make Your Own Cantus Firmus (4 videos): https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLr9RYCj11MSx1-XdfulLNQX0uZLC-hGvR MODAL COUNTERPOINT – CANTUS FIRMUS, PART 4: MODAL JAZZ, AND EARLY MUSIC ORIGINS Today we’ll talk a bit about modal “scales” as they relate to a cantus firmus. There is a lot to the concept of modes that we will not go into here, but if you’re interested, the Wikipedia article on “Mode (music)” covers a great deal – it’s a good read for your inner musicologist. As to familiar applications of mode today, jazz and popular musicians conceive of six, or perhaps seven modes derived from the series of seven tones of the Major Scale. This is a list: Ionian Mode (Major), Dorian, Phrygian, Lydian, Mixolydian, Aeolian (Minor), and a theoretical mode called “Locrian.” We will leave aside Locrian Mode for now. Notice the Final and starting tones of the six modes, also the semitone position of each tetrachord. Such factors determine the individual character or “sound” of each mode. We encourage students to play up and down the six modes, and their tetrachords. We know that a Major and Minor scale having the same key signature are called relatives. It is similar with the modes: the six modal scales that share the same key signature are related to each other. It also follows that, by extension, all the modes can be transposed to other keys. For our studies of voice leading, we’ll separate the six modes into two categories, depending on whether the tonic triad of the mode, and the first (or lower) tetrachord, are Major, or Minor. [...] LIBRARY REFERENCES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER BY AUTHOR Cormier, Stephen M. Modal Music Composition. Arlington: Inman & Artz, 2004. Jeppesen, Knud. Counterpoint: The Polyphonic Vocal Style of the Sixteenth Century. New York: Dover, 1992. Mann, Alfred. The Study of Counterpoint, from Johann Joseph Fux’s Gradus ad Parnassum. New York: Norton, 1965. Salzer, Felix and Carl Schachter. Counterpoint in Composition: The Study of Voice Leading, pp. 3-12. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1969. Schubert, Peter. Modal Counterpoint, Renaissance Style, First Edition, p. 18. New York: Oxford, 1999. Wikipedia article, “Mode (music)”: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mode_%28music%29 IMAGES from Flickr, in Order of Appearance; please take a moment to visit a few contributors’ image links – awesome, free material!: Solar System Transits, by Giuseppe Donatiello: https://flic.kr/p/JXQovz Medieval Stairway - Sabugal Castle, by Teves Costa: https://flic.kr/p/nmsMTV Jazz Piano - 2010/365/181 Fingers in Motion, by Alan Levine: https://flic.kr/p/8eWcRQ Lydian – Sardis Artemis Temple, by Turkey Vision: https://flic.kr/p/ccASBj Early Music FAQ on the 12 Medieval Modes: http://www.medieval.org/emfaq/misc/modes.html Vianden Castle, by Alun Salt: https://flic.kr/p/b43U6 Valleys of Crete – Good Morning, by Nelo Hotsuma: https://flic.kr/p/rT1VpT Coffee Break, by LWYang: https://flic.kr/p/4TPU2B Hierapolis, Phrygia, Turkey, by Carole Raddato: https://flic.kr/p/QKdid1 Creative Commons Legal Code for commercial use and mods of above images. “Mods” used (if any), are minor adjustments to image size, transparency, cropping, and/or front-to-back position in slide): https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/legalcode
Jazz Noir | 1 Hour Jazz Noir Saxophone Music | Jazz Noir Music Playlist
 
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Jazz Noir Music is dark and mysterious like the Film Noir movies that inspire it. This Jazz Saxophone Noir Music Playlist will evoke images and feelings of mystery, intrigue, and sensuality. Download this 1 Hour Jazz Noir playlist here: ► https://drsaxlove.com/jazz-noir Join our Dr. SaxLove Patreon Family - help us make more great music and videos: ►https://www.patreon.com/drsaxlove Many of these songs are available as backing tracks at: ►https://backingtracks.pro 00:00 Harlem Nocturne 05:31 Why Don't You Do Right? 09:40 Angel Eyes 12:52 My Funny Valentine 19:28 Moonlight Serenade 25:29 Night and Day 29:47 Waitin' For A Train To Come In 34:01 In A Sentimental Mood 39:48 Moonlight in Vermont 43:34 'Round Midnight The songs from this video are taken from the following albums. To learn more about the music and musicians, look here: String of Pearls: https://markmaxwellmusic.com/string-of-pearls Midnight Mood: https://markmaxwellmusic.com/midnight-mood Blue Moon: https://markmaxwellmusic.com/blue-moon Hi, I'm Dr. SaxLove, and I've been listening to and performing Jazz Noir Music my whole life, and I love it. If you're not familiar with Film Noir (noir is the French word for black or dark), here's some information from Wikipedia: "Film noir is a cinematic term used primarily to describe stylish Hollywood crime dramas, particularly such that emphasize cynical attitudes and romantic motivations. Hollywood's classical film noir period is generally regarded as extending from the early 1940s to the late 1950s. Film noir of this era is associated with a low-key black-and-white visual style that has roots in German Expressionist cinematography. Many of the prototypical stories and much of the attitude of classic noir derive from the hardboiled school of crime fiction that emerged in the United States during the Great Depression. The term film noir, French for "black film" (literal) or "dark film" (closer meaning), first applied to Hollywood films by French critic Nino Frank in 1946. Film noir encompasses a range of plots: the central figure may be a private investigator (The Big Sleep), a plainclothes policeman (The Big Heat), an aging boxer (The Set-Up), a hapless grifter (Night and the City), a law-abiding citizen lured into a life of crime, or simply a victim of circumstance (D.O.A.). Film noir is also known for its use of low-angle, wide-angle, and skewed, or Dutch angle shots. Other devices of disorientation relatively common in film noir include shots of people reflected in one or more mirrors, shots through curved or frosted glass or other distorting objects (such as during the strangulation scene in Strangers on a Train), and special effects sequences of a sometimes bizarre nature." I think you're going to love this Jazz Noir Music video. Let me know what you think... ~Dr. SaxLove ............................... If you want to support our music, the best way is to share our videos, and to subscribe to the Dr. SaxLove Channel (it's free): ► Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/c/drsaxlove?sub_confirmation=1 This is the music of saxophonist Mark Maxwell, aka Dr. SaxLove: ► https://drsaxlove Listen to Dr. SaxLove's music on Spotify here: ► https://play.spotify.com/artist/4iJTC5htLUHNGHXFPvHfuB Dr. SaxLove specializes in soft music, smooth jazz instrumental music, Motown jazz, pop jazz, romantic jazz, and jazz blues. His music is optimized for relaxation, studying, dinner music, sensual moments, and any time chill out saxophone music is desired. If you enjoyed this video and would like to hear and see more, please Subscribe to the Dr. SaxLove Channel (it's free). New videos are published weekly. ► Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/c/drsaxlove?sub_confirmation=1 Enjoy more of Dr. SaxLove's Romantic Music on the Romantic Love Songs Channel: ►https://www.youtube.com/c/RomanticLoveSongsRelaxingInstrumentals #noirjazz #noirjazzmusic #noirjazzsaxophone #noirmusic
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Sunshine Stompers Early Jazz Rag Duo (original music)
 
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Sunshine Stompers from Miami Florida performing an original song by Marcus Magellan with Al K Hall on drums. Marcus on banjitar and vocals, Alan slamming on percussion. A private party at Bonney St. Jean's house. Good cool musical party duo with a New Orleans touch. Original style ragtime music duo performing folk, blues, skiffle, gypsy jazz, dixieland jazz, rags and oldies. The Sunshine Stompers can often be seen busking in Coconut Grove, Florida. Entertaining party duo and buskers. Gold Tone modified GT-500 electric/acoustic Banjitar and vintage Ludwig drum set. There are many definitions for banjitar: gitjo, six string banjo, banjo guitar. An amazing and incredible underrated musical instrument, the banjitar, get one, you won't be sorry.
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70s Spiritual Jazz Mix (Spiritual, Free jazz, Jazz-Funk, Soul Jazz, Afrobeat..)
 
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One Hour of Spiritual Jazz from the 70's. 🌐https://www.magicalmysterymix.com 📸https://www.instagram.com/magicalmysterymix ┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉ ◦ This mix constitutes a follow-up to the "70s Japanese Jazz Mix" series, a logical result of the musical dynamic implemented by the previous theme. Once again, the mix was made by Magical Mystery Mix's founder Dckne. ■ Spiritual Jazz, what is it? "Spiritual Jazz is a style of Avant-Garde Jazz music which emerged in the 1960s. Stylistically, spiritual jazz is marked by a mixture of jazz with approximations of ethnic music styles (often a blend of styles evocative of African, Indian, and East Asian musical traditions), religious music of non-Christian traditions, and the ecstatic, transcendental aspects of Free Jazz. This radical style was closely linked to various African-American political and spiritual movements, such as the Nation of Islam and Afro-Centrism, the introduction of Zen philosophy and yoga in America, a resurgence of Egyptology, as well as the Civil Rights and Black Power movements." rym ┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉ • Mix and artwork by Dckne ✎ [email protected] 📝Tracklist : 1. Intro 00:00 2. Pharoah Sanders - Morning prayer 00:50 3. Stanley Cowell - Travellin' man 04:29 4. Harold Mckinny - Ode to Africa 07:38 5. Rahsaan Roland Kirk - Spirits Up Above 13:30 6. Don Cherry - Terry's Tune 17:00 7. Karin Krog - Meaning of love 22:35 8. Leon Thomas - Echoes 26:22 9. Skit 31:09 10. Sun Ra - That's how I feel 31:24 11. The Pyramids - Queen of the Spirits 38:30 12. Gil Scott-Heron - Sex Education, Ghetto Style 42:50 13. Walter Bishop - Keeper of my soul 43:39 14. The Ensemble Al-Salaam - Optimystical 46:36 15. Haki R. Madhubuti & Nation - Walk The Way Of The New World 49:59 16. The Descendants Of Mike And Phoebe - Coltrane 54:20 17. McCoy Tyner - Valley of life 58:06 ┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉ ■ You might also like : - 70s Japanese Jazz Part 1 : https://youtu.be/s-jtdKjzQaE - 70s Japanese Jazz Part 2 : https://youtu.be/kNRIFhkYONc - 70s Japanese Jazz Part 3 : https://youtu.be/mA8szi1YFZc - 70s French Jazz : https://youtu.be/o0Tq-2a6Y-8 - CTI Jazz : https://youtu.be/V2sjDojt2Ug (This mix was made exclusively for Magical Mystery Mix)
Views: 81429 Magical Mystery Mix
Basin Street Brawlers - Early Jazz Masterclass
 
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The Basin Street Brawlers lead masterclasses in early jazz styles for Conservatoire and University students. They have most recently been working with students at London's Guildhall School of Music. For more detailed info on the content and structure of a masterclass with us, please download the PDF guide on our website http://www.basinstreetbrawlers.com To book the ensemble to deliver a masterclass, please submit an enquiry via the contact page on our website: http://www.basinstreetbrawlers.com Bio: The Basin Street Brawlers are 'London's top hot jazz ensemble' (visitlondon.com). They are specialists in early jazz styles and are renowned for delivering their music 'with all the energy and assurance of a bunch of Kansas City veterans' (The Sunday Times). Their debut record 'It's Tight Like That' has garnered critical acclaim, described as a work of 'world class musicianship' (BBC). Video produced by: http://www.garrettandgarrett.co.uk/
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WORLD BEST JAZZ MUSIC
 
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Jazz is a music genre that originated in the African-American communities of New Orleans, United States,[1] in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and developed from roots in blues and ragtime.[2] Jazz is seen by many as "America's classical music".[3] Since the 1920s Jazz Age, jazz has become recognized as a major form of musical expression. It then emerged in the form of independent traditional and popular musical styles, all linked by the common bonds of African-American and European-American musical parentage with a performance orientation.[4] Jazz is characterized by swing and blue notes, call and response vocals, polyrhythms and improvisation. Jazz has roots in West African cultural and musical expression, and in African-American music traditions including blues and ragtime, as well as European military band music.[5] Intellectuals around the world have hailed jazz as "one of America's original art forms".[6] As jazz spread around the world, it drew on different national, regional, and local musical cultures, which gave rise to many distinctive styles. New Orleans jazz began in the early 1910s, combining earlier brass-band marches, French quadrilles, biguine, ragtime and blues with collective polyphonic improvisation. In the 1930s, heavily arranged dance-oriented swing big bands, Kansas City jazz, a hard-swinging, bluesy, improvisational style and Gypsy jazz (a style that emphasized musette waltzes) were the prominent styles. Bebop emerged in the 1940s, shifting jazz from danceable popular music toward a more challenging "musician's music" which was played at faster tempos and used more chord-based improvisation. Cool jazz developed near the end of the 1940s, introducing calmer, smoother sounds and long, linear melodic lines. The 1950s saw the emergence of free jazz, which explored playing without regular meter, beat and formal structures, and in the mid-1950s, hard bop emerged, which introduced influences from rhythm and blues, gospel, and blues, especially in the saxophone and piano playing. Modal jazz developed in the late 1950s, using the mode, or musical scale, as the basis of musical structure and improvisation. Jazz-rock fusion appeared in the late 1960s and early 1970s, combining jazz improvisation with rock music's rhythms, electric instruments, and highly amplified stage sound. In the early 1980s, a commercial form of jazz fusion called smooth jazz became successful, garnering significant radio airplay. Other styles and genres abound in the 2000s, such as Latin and Afro-Cuban jazz
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Happy Morning Cafe Music - Relaxing Jazz & Bossa Nova Music For Work, Study, Wake up
 
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Please Subscribe Cafe Music BGM channel https://www.youtube.com/user/cafemusicbgmchannel BGM channel https://www.youtube.com/user/bgmchannelbgm Music For Business「Cafe Music BGM Station」 JAPANEASE / https://bgm-station.com English / https://bgm-station.com/en 繁體中文 / https://bgm-station.com/tc/ Español / https://bgm-station.com/es/ 한국어 / https://bgm-station.com/ko/ You can use this music at your restaurants,shops,hospitals,offices,part­ies etc.. 〜New Release(iTunes)〜 https://itunes.apple.com/jp/album/good-morning-music/1331571951 〜Spotify〜 https://open.spotify.com/album/6XZCk3Ot8eQa3OYxFIdjGD Our Music for relaxation, for work, for study etc. All music in this video & in this channel is original music by me. We are playing all the songs. ~iTunes~ Jazz Bossa https://itunes.apple.com/jp/album/coffee-shop-music-jazz-bossa/id1068050505 https://itunes.apple.com/jp/album/happy-jazz-bossa/id1028904334 BGM channel https://itunes.apple.com/jp/album/yu-yin2-ep/id954262715 PIANO MUSIC https://itunes.apple.com/jp/album/background-piano-music-ep/id835673684 ~Official web site~ http://www.bgmchannel.com/ ~Contact ~ For business inquiries (live music&creating music for your business), contact us via contact form in website facebook https://www.facebook.com/bgmchannelbgm/?ref=hl Music is Copyrighted. #Jazz #BossaNova #CafeMusic
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WORLD BEST JAZZ MUSIC
 
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Jazz is a music genre that originated in the African-American communities of New Orleans, United States,[1] in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and developed from roots in blues and ragtime.[2] Jazz is seen by many as "America's classical music".[3] Since the 1920s Jazz Age, jazz has become recognized as a major form of musical expression. It then emerged in the form of independent traditional and popular musical styles, all linked by the common bonds of African-American and European-American musical parentage with a performance orientation.[4] Jazz is characterized by swing and blue notes, call and response vocals, polyrhythms and improvisation. Jazz has roots in West African cultural and musical expression, and in African-American music traditions including blues and ragtime, as well as European military band music.[5] Intellectuals around the world have hailed jazz as "one of America's original art forms".[6] As jazz spread around the world, it drew on different national, regional, and local musical cultures, which gave rise to many distinctive styles. New Orleans jazz began in the early 1910s, combining earlier brass-band marches, French quadrilles, biguine, ragtime and blues with collective polyphonic improvisation. In the 1930s, heavily arranged dance-oriented swing big bands, Kansas City jazz, a hard-swinging, bluesy, improvisational style and Gypsy jazz (a style that emphasized musette waltzes) were the prominent styles. Bebop emerged in the 1940s, shifting jazz from danceable popular music toward a more challenging "musician's music" which was played at faster tempos and used more chord-based improvisation. Cool jazz developed near the end of the 1940s, introducing calmer, smoother sounds and long, linear melodic lines. The 1950s saw the emergence of free jazz, which explored playing without regular meter, beat and formal structures, and in the mid-1950s, hard bop emerged, which introduced influences from rhythm and blues, gospel, and blues, especially in the saxophone and piano playing. Modal jazz developed in the late 1950s, using the mode, or musical scale, as the basis of musical structure and improvisation. Jazz-rock fusion appeared in the late 1960s and early 1970s, combining jazz improvisation with rock music's rhythms, electric instruments, and highly amplified stage sound. In the early 1980s, a commercial form of jazz fusion called smooth jazz became successful, garnering significant radio airplay. Other styles and genres abound in the 2000s, such as Latin and Afro-Cuban jazz
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WORLD BEST JAZZ MUSIC
 
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Jazz is a music genre that originated in the African-American communities of New Orleans, United States,[1] in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and developed from roots in blues and ragtime.[2] Jazz is seen by many as "America's classical music".[3] Since the 1920s Jazz Age, jazz has become recognized as a major form of musical expression. It then emerged in the form of independent traditional and popular musical styles, all linked by the common bonds of African-American and European-American musical parentage with a performance orientation.[4] Jazz is characterized by swing and blue notes, call and response vocals, polyrhythms and improvisation. Jazz has roots in West African cultural and musical expression, and in African-American music traditions including blues and ragtime, as well as European military band music.[5] Intellectuals around the world have hailed jazz as "one of America's original art forms".[6] As jazz spread around the world, it drew on different national, regional, and local musical cultures, which gave rise to many distinctive styles. New Orleans jazz began in the early 1910s, combining earlier brass-band marches, French quadrilles, biguine, ragtime and blues with collective polyphonic improvisation. In the 1930s, heavily arranged dance-oriented swing big bands, Kansas City jazz, a hard-swinging, bluesy, improvisational style and Gypsy jazz (a style that emphasized musette waltzes) were the prominent styles. Bebop emerged in the 1940s, shifting jazz from danceable popular music toward a more challenging "musician's music" which was played at faster tempos and used more chord-based improvisation. Cool jazz developed near the end of the 1940s, introducing calmer, smoother sounds and long, linear melodic lines. The 1950s saw the emergence of free jazz, which explored playing without regular meter, beat and formal structures, and in the mid-1950s, hard bop emerged, which introduced influences from rhythm and blues, gospel, and blues, especially in the saxophone and piano playing. Modal jazz developed in the late 1950s, using the mode, or musical scale, as the basis of musical structure and improvisation. Jazz-rock fusion appeared in the late 1960s and early 1970s, combining jazz improvisation with rock music's rhythms, electric instruments, and highly amplified stage sound. In the early 1980s, a commercial form of jazz fusion called smooth jazz became successful, garnering significant radio airplay. Other styles and genres abound in the 2000s, such as Latin and Afro-Cuban jazz
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WORLD BEST JAZZ MUSIC
 
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Jazz is a music genre that originated in the African-American communities of New Orleans, United States,[1] in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and developed from roots in blues and ragtime.[2] Jazz is seen by many as "America's classical music".[3] Since the 1920s Jazz Age, jazz has become recognized as a major form of musical expression. It then emerged in the form of independent traditional and popular musical styles, all linked by the common bonds of African-American and European-American musical parentage with a performance orientation.[4] Jazz is characterized by swing and blue notes, call and response vocals, polyrhythms and improvisation. Jazz has roots in West African cultural and musical expression, and in African-American music traditions including blues and ragtime, as well as European military band music.[5] Intellectuals around the world have hailed jazz as "one of America's original art forms".[6] As jazz spread around the world, it drew on different national, regional, and local musical cultures, which gave rise to many distinctive styles. New Orleans jazz began in the early 1910s, combining earlier brass-band marches, French quadrilles, biguine, ragtime and blues with collective polyphonic improvisation. In the 1930s, heavily arranged dance-oriented swing big bands, Kansas City jazz, a hard-swinging, bluesy, improvisational style and Gypsy jazz (a style that emphasized musette waltzes) were the prominent styles. Bebop emerged in the 1940s, shifting jazz from danceable popular music toward a more challenging "musician's music" which was played at faster tempos and used more chord-based improvisation. Cool jazz developed near the end of the 1940s, introducing calmer, smoother sounds and long, linear melodic lines. The 1950s saw the emergence of free jazz, which explored playing without regular meter, beat and formal structures, and in the mid-1950s, hard bop emerged, which introduced influences from rhythm and blues, gospel, and blues, especially in the saxophone and piano playing. Modal jazz developed in the late 1950s, using the mode, or musical scale, as the basis of musical structure and improvisation. Jazz-rock fusion appeared in the late 1960s and early 1970s, combining jazz improvisation with rock music's rhythms, electric instruments, and highly amplified stage sound. In the early 1980s, a commercial form of jazz fusion called smooth jazz became successful, garnering significant radio airplay. Other styles and genres abound in the 2000s, such as Latin and Afro-Cuban jazz
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New York Jazz Lounge - Bar Jazz Masterpieces
 
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Tracklist & Timecodes below: Get your copy on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/de/album/best-of-bar-jazz-masterpieces/id1067788761?app=itunes&ign-mpt=uo%3D4 You like this video? Check out more Bar Music Jazz Classics by New York Jazz Lounge here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_sI_Ps7JSEk 01. Sunny (Hebb) 00:00 02. Satin Doll (Rodgers/Heart) 04:52 03. Wave (Jobim) 09:49 04. Summertime (George Gershwin) 15:43 05. Moon River (Mancini/Mercer) 21:00 06. You Are The Sunshine Of My Life (Stevie Wonder) 26:03 07. Michelle (Lennon/Cartney) 31:08 08. Killing Me Softly (Fox/Gimbel) 35:36 09. All Of Me (Marks/Somons) 39:55 10. Just The Two Of Us (Donald/William/Withers) 44:41 11. As Time Goes By (Hupfeld) 50:07 12. In A Sentimental Mood (Ellington/Kurz) 56:21 13. Desafinado (Jobim/Mendonca) 1:00:58 14. Take The A-Train (Warren/Gordon) 1:07:22 15. Body and Soul (Green) 1:12:11 16. All The Things You Are (Marks/Somons) 1:18:57 17. One Note Samba (Jobim/Mendonca) 1:23:00 18. Misty (Garner/Burke) 1:27:06 19. Round Midnight (Monk) 1:32:50 20. Corcovado (Jobim) 1:37:49 21. Bei mir biste scheen' (Sammy Cahn, Saul Chaplin) 1:42:29 22. How Insensitive (Jobim/Moraes) 1:45:42 JazzAndBluesExperience ♫ SUBSCRIBE HERE : http://bit.ly/10VoH4l (Re)Discover the Jazz and Blues greatest hits ! ♫ JazznBluesExperience is your channel for all the best jazz and blues music. Find your favorite songs and artists and experience the best of jazz music and blues music. Subscribe for free to stay connected to our channel and easily access our video updates! ♫ Facebook FanPage : http://www.facebook.com/JazznBluesExperience
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Thrift Shop (Vintage "Grandpa Style" Macklemore Cover) feat. Robyn Adele Anderson
 
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Get the song here: http://smarturl.it/EssentialsPMJ Sheet Music: : http://bit.ly/ThriftSheet Postmodern Jukebox on Tour! http://smarturl.it/tourpmjyt We decided to create an old time-y, Great Gatsby cover version of Macklemore's "Thrift Shop"...I suppose one might even call it the vintage thrift shop version of "Thrift Shop".... Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox: https://www.facebook.com/postmodernjukebox We decided to create an old time-y, Jazz Age version of Macklemore's "Thrift Shop"...I suppose one might even call it the vintage thrift shop version of "Thrift Shop".... The Band: http://www.facebook.com/postmodernjukebox Robyn Adele Anderson - vocals Adam Kubota - bass Allan Mednard - drums and myself on keys. See Postmodern Jukebox LIVE: http://smarturl.it/tourpmjyt | Tickets On Sale NOW for the US/Canada, UK, Europe, Australia/NZ, Asia — find over 100 dates on sale right NOW! Postmodern Jukebox’s Home On The Web: http://smarturl.it/pmjwebyt Join the PMJ Inner circle! New Videos, Tour Dates & More: http://smarturl.it/pmjsignupyt Shop our Vintage Swag: http://smarturl.it/shoppmjyt
Views: 15247114 PostmodernJukebox
Early Jazz Footage
 
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Found footage of early jazz band. Looks live. Any ideas who/what this is, please leave a comment.
Views: 1555 Along Came Jones
Times Gone By - Early 1900's Jazz style
 
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This arrangement use's old style instruments in its creation. Early 1900's approximate. Could be New Orleans type music played for traditional "Wake" march's. Creation, then arrangement, mixing and recording using PG Music products. http://www.pgmusic.com/ Screen capture using Movavi Screen Capture Studio. http://www.movavi.com/screen-capture/ 1280 x 720 H.264 format uploaded here. Been a longtime fan of PG products. Newly discovered fan of Movavi, nice program good pricing.
Views: 5464 Frank J Blecha
How smooth jazz took over the ‘90s
 
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You should give smooth jazz a chance. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO Smooth jazz has gotten a bad rap for decades. It’s often associated with background music for elevators or the soundtrack at the dentist office. Smooth jazz is less a genre of music than a highly researched radio format and, although it’s heyday was in the 1990s and it’s mostly associated with Kenny G, its origins go back the mid 1960s when a select few jazz musicians crossed over to pop music and had music purists riling. Artists like Grover Washington Jr. and George Benson took the style to new heights and created the sound that we all know and love….to hate. How to listen to smooth jazz Spotify playlist: https://open.spotify.com/user/estellecaswell/playlist/44owC0MViG9hE1QNLjChzl?si=jku8eQ39Qji-DngzkLP_eA Some songs don't just stick in your head, they change the music world forever. Join Estelle Caswell on a musical journey to discover the stories behind your favorite songs. Check out the entire Vox Earworm playlist here: http://bit.ly/2QCwhMH Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com Check out our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Or our podcasts: https://www.vox.com/podcasts Follow Vox on Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H Or on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o
Views: 571136 Vox
The greatest album covers of jazz
 
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Blue Note captured the refined sophistication of jazz during the early 60s, giving it its signature look in the process. Subscribe to our channel! http://goo.gl/0bsAjO When asked to visualize what jazz looks like, you might picture bold typography, two tone photography, and minimal graphic design. If you did, you’re recalling the work of a jazz label that single-handedly defined the “look” of jazz music in the 1950s and1960s: Blue Note. Inspired by the ever present Swiss lettering style that defined 20th century graphic design (think Paul Rand), Blue Note captured the refined sophistication of jazz during the early 60s, particularly during the hard bop era, and gave it a definitive visual identity through album covers. Some songs don't just stick in your head, they change the music world forever. Join Estelle Caswell on a musical journey to discover the stories behind your favorite songs. Check out the entire Vox Earworm playlist here: http://bit.ly/2QCwhMH Vox.com is a news website that helps you cut through the noise and understand what's really driving the events in the headlines. Check out http://www.vox.com. Watch our full video catalog: http://goo.gl/IZONyE Follow Vox on Facebook: http://goo.gl/U2g06o Or Twitter: http://goo.gl/XFrZ5H
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Tom Garvin - 3/7 - Early - Jazz Music
 
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Tom Garvin - early - jazz music
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How to Play Early Jazz with a Plunger Mute
 
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Master trumpet player Jon-Erik Kellso guides you through how to set up your plunger mute, and how to approach using it in your playing, either alone or with a pixie mute! Learn more at http://academy.jazz.org Jon-Erik Kellso - Trumpet Eric Suquet - Director Bill Thomas - Director of Photography Richard Emery - Production Assistant Seton Hawkins - Producer Recorded April 7, 2013
Hansen's Onward Diplomat (OD) Early Jazz band
 
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Presenting a timeline history of early jazz. The Onward Diplomat (OD) presents the essence of an early New Orleans and American music style. They are specifically focused on performing a jazz history timeline of early recorded music. The listener is able to put certain styles, bands and songs into perspective and better understand and appreciate this specialized and unique music. This band honors diverse cultures and their contributions to an amazing music genre and styles. In 2017 this genre known as jazz will have presented 100 years of recorded music.
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Early Jazz Swing trombone solo by Roland Barber
 
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Roland Barber takes a swing trombone solo with the black diamond orchestra in NYC
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The Role of the Trumpet in Early Jazz Bands
 
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Jon-Erik Kellso describes the trumpeter of a New Orleans Jazz band as being like the quarterback in a football team. Here, he tells you more about the trumpet's role in New Orleans Jazz and Swing Era Jazz. Learn more at our Jazz Academy: http://academy.jazz.org Jon-Erik Kellso - Trumpet Eric Suquet - Director Bill Thomas - Director of Photography Richard Emery - Production Assistant Seton Hawkins - Producer Theme music composed and performed by Eli Yamin. Recorded April 13, 2013
Relaxing Jazz Piano Radio - Slow Jazz Music - 24/7 Live Stream - Music For Work & Study
 
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Please Subscribe Cafe Music BGM channel https://www.youtube.com/user/cafemusicbgmchannel BGM channel https://www.youtube.com/user/bgmchannelbgm Music For Business「Cafe Music BGM Station」 JAPANEASE / https://bgm-station.com English / https://bgm-station.com/en 繁體中文 / https://bgm-station.com/tc/ Español / https://bgm-station.com/es/ 한국어 / https://bgm-station.com/ko/ You can use this music at your restaurants,shops,hospitals,offices,part­ies etc.. 〜New Release〜 Buy Music & Streaming service ・Apple Music https://itunes.apple.com/jp/artist/cafe-music-bgm-channel/1028904635 ・Spotify https://open.spotify.com/artist/3yKoHgjtyenCOIRaD2Gghu ・Google Play Music https://play.google.com/store/music/artist/Cafe_Music_BGM_channel?id=A43eibfchwdcpxzlm2xwdca63fa&hl=ja Our Music for relaxation, for work, for study etc. All music in this video & in this channel is original music by me. We are playing all the songs. ~Official web site~ http://www.bgmchannel.com/ ~Contact ~ For business inquiries (live music&creating music for your business), contact us via contact form in website facebook https://www.facebook.com/bgmchannelbgm/?ref=hl Music is Copyrighted. #MusicRadio #JazzMusic #SleepMusic
Views: 10850601 Cafe Music BGM channel
The Virginians - Memphis Blues (Taken from "America, Vol 6: Early Jazz")
 
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Track taken from "America, Vol 6: Early Jazz - The Birth of Swing" Released on Le Chant du Monde / an harmonia mundi Label ************************************************************************** Check out the compilation here : http://bit.ly/AMERICAGospel Full CD AMERICA series here : http://bit.ly/FullAMERICAseriesCD Label FB Page : https://www.facebook.com/lechantdumonde Official Label Website : http://label.chantdumonde.com/ ************************************************************************** La collection AMERICA est une fenêtre ouverte sur la musique américaine du XXe siècle. Avec le Gospel, le Blues et le Jazz, le peuple noir offrait au monde le socle à partir duquel allait s'édifier la plupart des genres de la musique occidentale : Rhythm & Blues, Soul Music, Rock 'n' Roll, Funk, Rap... Chacune de nos anthologies (de 2 disques). -- The AMERICA collection provides a glimpse into 20th century American music. With Gospel, Blues and Jazz, black people gave the world the foundations on which most types of Western music - Rhythm & Blues, Soul Music, Rock 'n' Roll, Funk, Rap - were to be built. Each of our (2 CD) anthologies gets to the very heart of these genres and explains their origins, their rationale and their evolution. ************************************************************************** Full tracklisting : :: CD1 :: 1. Scott Joplin - The Cascades 2. Victor Dance Orchestra - Cake-Walk In the Sky 3. Scott Joplin - Mapple Leaf Rag 4. Eubie Blake - Charleston Rag 5. Original Dixieland Jass Band - Tiger Rag 6. James P. Johnson - Harlem Strut 7. The Virginians - Memphis Blues 8. New Orleans Rhythm Kings - Panama 9. King Oliver - Canal Street Blues 10. Fletcher Henderson - Copenhagen 11. "bix" Beiderbecke Leon - Davenport Blues 12. Louis Armstrong - My Heart 13. Jelly Roll Morton - Dr. Jazz 14. Duke Ellington and His Rhythm - Creole Love Call 15. Paul Whiteman - San 16. McKinney's Cotton Pickers - Four or Fives Times 17. Bennie Moten - South 18. Duke Ellington and His Rhythm - The Mooche 19. The Missourians - Ozark Mountain Blues 20. Eddie Condon - The Eel 21. Earl "Fatha" Hines - Angry 22. Benny Goodman - Music Hall Rag 23. Fletcher Henderson - Jangled Nerves 24. Jimmie Lunceford - Harlem Shout 25. Count Basie - Topsy 26. Glenn Miller - In the Mood :: CD2 :: 1. Mamie Smith - Crazy Blues 2. Esther Bigeou - West Indies Blues 3. Bessie Smith - Sobbin' Hearted Blues 4. Fred Astaire - Fascinating Rhythm 5. Adelaide Hall - The Blues I Love To Sing 6. Louis Armstrong - Hotter Than That 7. Ozie Ware - Diga Diga Doo 8. Bing Crosby - After You've Gone 9. Georges Washington Thomas - Baby Won't You Please Come Home 10. Ethel Waters - I Got Rhythm 11. George Morton - Heebie Jeebies 12. The Boswell Sisters - It's the Girl 13. Louis Armstrong - Lazy River 14. Mildred Bailey - Georgia On My Mind 15. Ivie Anderson - It Don't Mean a Thing 16. Harlan Lattimore - I Wanna Count Sheep 17. Bing Crosby - Some of These Days 18. Cab Calloway - Zah Zuh Zah 19. Valaida Snow - I Can't Dance 20. Thomas Fats Waller - Truckin' 21. Ella Fitzgerald - All My Life 22. Edythe Wright - Nice Work If You Can Get It 23. Billie Holiday - My Man 24. Jimmy Rushing - Sent for You Yesterday 25. Pha Terrell - You Set Me On Fire
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Autumn Leaves Arrangement - Early Intermediate │Jazz Piano Lesson #33
 
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Autumn Leaves Solo Piano and Trio Arrangement. Sheet Music (Solo Piano): http://mnot.es/2rwiGgF Sheet Music (Trio): http://mnot.es/2r1NqSd Are you an absolute beginner? Try this: Complete Piano Improvisation course for beginners and intermediate students: www.soundofemotions.com
Views: 55320 David Magyel
KING OF JAZZ 1930 with BING CROSBY   & PAUL WHITEMAN  early colur
 
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King of Jazz is a 1930 American Pre-Code color film starring Paul Whiteman and his orchestra. The film title was taken from Whiteman's self-conferred appellation. At the time the film was made, "jazz", to the general public, meant the jazz-influenced syncopated dance music which was being heard everywhere on phonograph records and through radio broadcasts. In the 1920s Whiteman signed and featured white jazz musicians including Joe Venuti and Eddie Lang (both are seen and heard in the film), Bix Beiderbecke (who had left before filming began), Frank Trumbauer and others. King of Jazz was filmed entirely in the early two-color Technicolor process and was produced by Carl Laemmle Jr. for Universal Pictures. The movie featured several songs sung on camera by the Rhythm Boys (Bing Crosby, Al Rinker and Harry Barris), as well as off-camera solo vocals by Crosby during the opening credits and, very briefly, during a cartoon sequence. King of Jazz still survives in a near-complete color print and is not a lost film, unlike many contemporary musicals that now exist only either in incomplete form or as black-and-white reduction copies. In 2013 the film was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the Library of Congress as being "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant
Views: 37282 Danny's Radio
AN EARLY JAZZ ORAL HISTORY AS TOLD BY DOMINICK JAMES "NICK" LA ROCCA
 
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Copyright Disclaimer under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for "FAIR USE" for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Fair use is a use permitted by copyright statute that might otherwise be infringing. The Original Dixieland Jazz Band, who billed themselves "The Creators of Jazz", have long been been dismissed as the White guys who copied African-American music, and called it their own. There is a lot of truth to that statement, but on the other hand, The Original Dixieland Jazz Band's recordings still hold their own unique charm, over 80 years after their initial release. However unfair and indicative of the racism of the era, the record "Livery Stable Blues", coupled with "Dixie Jass Band One Step" became the first Jazz record ever released on February 26, 1917 for the Victor Talking Machine Company. It was wildly successful. Its release signaled the beginning of the Jazz age and helped define the wild, exuberent era we call the "Roaring Twenties". The Original Dixieland Jazz Band had recorded for Columbia in January 1917, but the session was unsuccessful and the band had to come back and re-record the songs, thus the release of the Columbia sides did not come about until after the amazing success of the Victor records. The group had formed in New Orleans, all of the musicians had played in Papa Jack Laine's Reliance Brass Band at one time or another. In 1916 the band moved from New Orleans to Chicago, just like so many of the African-American and Creole musicians from that city. In Chicago, they played a season at the Booster Club under the name of Stein's Dixie Jass Band. At the beginning of the following year the band ditched Stein and moved to New York where, on the recommendation of Al Jolson, they landed a gig at Reisenweber's Café on Columbus Circle and 58th Street, a fashionable restaurant and night-spot. The band created quite a stir and Columbia rushed to record the band only two weeks after they had arrived in the city. The band was an immediate success, with their wacky stage antics, like wearing top hats that spelled out "Dixie", playing the trombone's slide with the foot, and so on. The band's slogan was "Untuneful Harmonists Playing Peppery Melodies", and their leader Nick La Rocca and cornet player delighted in stirring up the press, describing themselves as musical anarchists and coining fun statements like "Jazz is the assassination of the melody, it's the slaying of syncopation". After the Reisenweber's Café engagement end the band played at the Alamo Cafe (148th Street) and the College Inn at Coney Island. The Original Dixieland Jazz Band went on to record and play in London, producing 20 tracks for Columbia, including another big hit, Soudan. They returned to America in July of 1920. They signed a new record contract with Okeh, but the public began to tire of them and they never regained the sales or popularity of their initial success. The group broke up in 1925 after La Rocca suffered a nervous breakdown. The surviving members briefly re-formed in 1936 and recorded some sides for Victor. In 1940 the band re-formed yet again, but this time without La Rocca and recorded six sides for Bluebird and played up until 1940. Eddie Edwards formed a version of the band that recorded a V-Disc during World War II and for Commodore Records in 1945 and 1946. Tony Sbarbaro was the only other original member to perform on those sessions.
Views: 2308 lindyhoppers
Parkland Early Jazz Ensemble
 
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C-U's Parkland Early Jazz Ensemble performs in their fun, laid-back style at the Iron Post in Urbana IL. Low lighting makes it difficult to see much in the video (my apologies), but the sound is what really matters here. When this group takes the stage, it's an absolute delight!
Views: 118 HomeplaceAdvisors
Early Jazz
 
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A brief history of Early Jazz Music, submitted for Dr. Mark Clauge's Musicology 450 class at the University of Michigan. This is part of a 5 episode series on the origins and evolution of jazz, by John Van Duinen and Christopher Plaskota
Views: 79 AmericanMusicTeam
Yoshi's Island Athletic Theme Early Jazz / Dixieland Version
 
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Super Mario World 2: Yoshi's Island - Athletic Theme Early Jazz/Dixieland/New Orleans Jazz Version Original Composer: Koji Kondo Original: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GlUeW7IOSFc This arrangement: me :) --------------- Me: YouTube: http://youtube.com/hephestosmusic Patreon: https://patreon.com/hephestosmusic Twitter: https://twitter.com/hephestosmusic SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/hephestosmusic BandCamp: https://hephestos.bandcamp.com Spotify: https://play.spotify.com/artist/4Cm6rqe6hZjG3q1mwmdA1Z http://www.PhillipSchlosser.com
Louisiana Five "Golden Rod" jass or early jazz ODJB etc. Emerson label
 
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Sound file was done by Nathan DeHahn‎ Louisiana Five "Golden Rod" jass or early jazz ODJB etc. Emerson label
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Spats' Band -Whitley Bay 2018 Set#38
 
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Mike Durham's Whitley Bay Classic Jazz Party 2018 Set#38 Spats' Band 9.30 pm November 4. Thomas 'Spats' Langham is a great contemporary ambassador for 1920s and 1930s music styles, ragtime banjo, Al Bowlly style vocals, swing and beyond. Spats taunts us with his proficient picking and some rare vocals. (From the programme notes by Brian Goggin).
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Clarxophonist - live part#1
 
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all about music, dance traditional/modern, live concerts, video clips, historical, educational, documentary. - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jazz is a music genre that originated in the African-American communities of New Orleans, United States, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and developed from roots in blues and ragtime. Jazz is seen by many as "America's classical music". Since the 1920s Jazz Age, jazz has become recognized as a major form of musical expression. It then emerged in the form of independent traditional and popular musical styles, all linked by the common bonds of African-American and European-American musical parentage with a performance orientation. Jazz is characterized by swing and blue notes, call and response vocals, polyrhythms and improvisation. Jazz has roots in West African cultural and musical expression, and in African-American music traditions including blues and ragtime, as well as European military band music. Intellectuals around the world have hailed jazz as "one of America's original art forms". - http://www.youtube.com/c/audiosatuTv - https://youtu.be/EJihPtjDdp4
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EARLY JAZZ? The Versatile Four: Wilbur Sweatman's "Down Home Rag" (1916) RAGTIME wild drums
 
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The Versatile Four (led by banjoist Gus Haston) perform Wilbur Sweatman's "Down Home Rag." Recorded in England in January 1916. Is this jazz? In his book My Kind Of Jazz, Brian Rust says this is delivered in "a kind of elementary ragtime style." Gus Haston's full name was Augustus Adolphus Haston. He was born in St. Louis on June 28, 1880.
Views: 155 Tim Gracyk
aCatCalledFRITZ - Jazz'hop Mix (DJ Guest Mix)
 
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aCatCalledFRITZ x Magical Mystery Mix (Hip-hop DJ Guest Mix) 🌐https://www.magicalmysterymix.com 📸https://www.instagram.com/magicalmysterymix ┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉ ◦ A great selection of boom bap, underground hip hop and jazz tunes picked by the stray Cat from Paris! ■ Jazz Hop, what is it? A style of Hip Hop born out of the booming Hardcore Hip Hop scene in the late 1980s and early 1990s, jazz rap has a noticeably different feel, instead usually opting for a laid back, mellow sound. Containing rhythms very familiar to other forms of hip hop, samples and extra production details are almost exclusively culled from various forms of Jazz, such as Jazz-Funk, Hard Bop and Soul Jazz, using trumpets, saxophones, looped piano and double bass etc. Early jazz rap groups such as A Tribe Called Quest and Gang Starr initially balanced jazz with traditional hip hop evenly, but in just a few years artists such as Digable Planets and Guru (through his Jazzmatazz series) would introduce live jazz instrumentation as a focus. This live 'feel' would become an important trait of the music, sometimes showcasing improvised vocals or instrumental solos. Lyrically, most MCs latched onto the idea of jazz as "cool" (Rebirth of Slick (Cool Like Dat) being a prime example) and pushed hip hop closer to street poetry, heavily engaging in slang and laid back attitudes that would best express this coolness. These lyrics generally downplay if not completely ignore materialistic themes, opting for Afrocentric and racially positive messages focusing on the past successes and failures of blacks (and to a lesser extent all people) and the ways that communities might succeed going forward. ┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉ • Mix and artwork by aCatCalledFRITZ ■ aCatCalledFRITZ ◦ Facebook : http://bit.ly/2so4LpZ ◦ Soundcloud : http://bit.ly/2unJo9M ┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉ 📝Tracklist : 1 - Cheers feat. the X-ecutioners - Rob Swift 2 - Just Music feat. Grand Puba & E.T. - Context 3 - What What - Brick City Kids 4 - Flying - Jazz Spastiks 5 - Chillin' - Coops 6 - Like What Like Me - The Doppelgangaz 7 - J to the I - The Nonce 8 - Room In Here feat. The Game & Sonyae Elise - Anderson .Paak 9 - Breathe - Fredfades & Ivan Ave 10 - I Wanna Chill - AG 11 - Suppository - The Doppelgangaz 12 - Science - Pete Flux & Parental 13 - Distant Land - Madlib 14 - Move feat. Apany B Fly - Jazz Spastiks 15 - Funky Fanfare - Visioneers 16 - E.V.A. - Jean-Jacques Perrey 17 - Death Wish - Force Of Nature 18 - Fantasy - Miles Davis 19 - Goodbye feat. Rachel Jones - Glad2Mecha with Ill Treats ┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉┉ ■ You might also like : - Jazz Spastiks - MF DOOM Mix : https://youtu.be/6aURmvjMjCE - Jazz Spastiks - Red Mix : https://youtu.be/7uWMgyqhltg - Jazz Spastiks - J Dilla Mix : https://youtu.be/Fs7HTGW7L3o - DJ Damage - Magnétiques : https://youtu.be/_3zdHvy09vM (This mix was made exclusively for Magical Mystery Mix)
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Early jazz band @ Laloux
 
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31décembre 2013 ... enfin plutôt 1er Janvier 2014 !
Views: 112 Fanny Alaizeau
Art Hickman Orchestra - Hokum 1921 Early San Francisco Jazz Instrumental
 
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Columbia Records A3402 - Art Hickman Orchestra - Hokum 1921 Recorded 2-21-1921 in San Francisco, California. Music written by (Ted Fiorito) Art Hickman and his Orchestra started out at the St. Francis Hotel (335 Powell Street) in San Francisco in 1913. In those early years of Jazz he was even described by the press as the originator of Jazz, which was clearly not the case and which Hickman also denied. In 1916 the jazz craze started up in New York City with the success of the Original Dixieland Jass Band. The popularity of this style of music continued to grow and in 1919 the Hickman Orchestra went to New York to play at the Biltmore Hotel and record with Columbia. The trip was very successful for the band and they returned briefly to San Francisco in 1920, but they were soon offered a part in Ziegfeld Follies. The Follies was one of the hottest show business tickets in those days and the Hickman returned to New York and were part of the show for five months in 1920. In 1921 Hickman sent a smaller group to London, England to play under the name of Art Hickman's New York London Five. Hickman did not accompany band on this trip. Returning to California the band played residencies at hotels in San Francisco and Los Angeles. In 1926 Hickman Orchestra joined another Ziegfeld show, this time in Palm Beach, Florida, but in the midst all of this success, Hickman's health began to fail and he had to turn down gigs. In 1929 he was hospitalized and he died in 1930 of Banti's disease. The style of Jazz that Art Hickman's Orchestra played had a lot in common with the early music of Paul Whiteman's Orchestra (who also started out in San Francisco). Both groups saw themselves elevating the music beyond the wild and crazy sounds of Original Dixieland Jass Band and Ted Lewis and in the words of Whiteman, "trying to make a lady out of Jazz".
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