History of Jazz Music 2

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Jazz music has gone through a long history. Starting from New Orleans, jazz has been transformed into a well-established music industry and has a fanatical fan. Here is a variety of jazz styles in which we summarize for you from a variety of sources.

Scott JoplinRagtime (Period 1890 to 1910) 
Ragtime is a musical genre native Americans experienced peak popularity between the years 1897-1918. Genre was even said to be the native American music before the advent of jazz music. Ragtime was originally played at various bars and nightclubs
King Oliver & Louis ArmstrongNew Orleans Music (Period 1890-1910)
New Orleans and its music, are recognized to have a profound influence on the creation of jazz. Most of the early jazz musicians, playing their music in the bars and nightclubs in the area of localization around Basin Street, New Orleans
Fletcher HendersonSwing (Period 1920-1930) 
Swing is a stream of jazz that developed in the early 1930s and later became a separate stream in 1935. The advent of swing can be pulled back to the1920's and early 1930's. At that time, jazz format with romantic melodies with strings
Django ReinhardtEuropean Jazz (Period 1920 to 1930)
Outside the United States, European jazz styles emerging in France with the Quintette du Hot Club appearance de France in 1934. Belgian guitar legend,Django Reinhardt, popularized gypsy jazz, a mix of American swing and dance music France
Louis Armstrong & His All StarsDixieland (Period 1940 to 1950) 
Also known as Dixieland Jazz or New Orleans Hot Jazz was developed in New Orleans at the beginning of the 20th century. Then this kind of music spread to Chicago and New York, by a number of bands New Orleans since 1910. The term Dixieland became
Dexter Gordon (A Swingin' Affair)Bebop (The period from 1940 to 1950)
The word bebop is often defined as something that is difficult to pronounce and probably first used in 1928. One theory says the word comes from thebebop cries Arriba! Arriba! Used on American musicians
Lester YoungCool Jazz (Period 1940 to 1950)
During World War II, there was a jazz musician influx California, a mostly white New York. In New York, these musicians mingle with the bebop musicians are mostly black. In addition, they are also affected
Art Blakey - Jazz Messenger (Caravan)Hard Bop (Period 1940 to 1950)
Hard Bop is a further development of bebop that combines the influence ofrhythm and blues, gospel music, and blues, especially in the saxophone and piano game. Hard bop began to develop in the mid-1950s
Ornette Coleman (Tomorrow is The Question)Free Jazz (Period 1940 to 1950) 
Free Jazz is a jazz stream that began developing in the 1950s and the 1960s. The appearance is probably caused by the flow of disappointment due to flow restriction onbebop jazz, jazz hardbop and growing capital in 1940
Mario Bauza (The Tanga Suite)Latin Jazz (Period 1960 to 1970)
Latin Jazz is a general term for a genre of music that combines rhythms from Africa, and Latin America with jazz and classical harmonies from Latin America, the Caribbean, Europe and the United States. There are two main categories of Latin Jazz
Cannonball Adderley (Nardis)Soul Jazz (Period 1960 to 1970)
Jazz is the development hardbop Souls who got the strong influence ofblues, gospel and rhythm and blues. Unlike hard bop. Soul jazz generally emphasized the shrill repetition groove and melody. Moreover, the soul jazz improvisation
Mahavisnu Orchestra (Original Album Classics)Jazz Fusion (Period 1960 to 1970)
Fusion Jazz is a music genre that combines jazz with elements of various genres of music, especially funk, rock, R & B, ska, electronic and world music. However, not infrequently elements of pop, classical and folk songs influence.
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