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The sound that jazz makes

Carole Boston Weatherford

The sound that jazz makes

by Carole Boston Weatherford

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Published by Marshall Cavendish in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jazz -- History and criticism -- Juvenile literature

  • Edition Notes

    Originally published: New York : Walker & Co., 2000.

    StatementCarole Boston Weatherford ; Eric Velasquez.
    GenreJuvenile literature
    ContributionsVelasquez, Eric, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3506 .W42 2010
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23687019M
    ISBN 109780761457978
    LC Control Number2009029643

      The most highly acclaimed jazz piano method ever published! Over pages with complete chapters on Intervals and triads, The major modes and II-V-I, 3-note voicings, Sus. and phrygian Chords, Adding notes to 3-note voicings, Tritone substitution, Left-hand voicings, Altering notes in left-hand Stride and Bud Powell voicings, Block chords, Comping and much more! Step By Step Approach: Getting the Jazz Sound. That's how I proceed when playing with instruments I'm not % satisfied with when attempting to get "the jazz sound" with my jazz guitar tone: 1 - Set the Guitar and Amp to Reasonable Settings. Make your guitar amp as .

      Many people in the 's only had heard of the word "JAZZ" and most had no idea that the roots went much deeper. "The Sound Of Jazz" was presented by "The Seven Lively Arts" over CBS Television Sunday, December 8, It explored the diverse history and variety of performers that was forming the "Jazz Scene" during the later 's/5(39).   Many people in the 's only had heard of the word "JAZZ" and most had no idea that the roots went much deeper. "The Sound Of Jazz" was presented by "The Seven Lively Arts" over CBS Television Sunday, December 8, It explored the diverse history and variety of performers that was forming the "Jazz Scene" during the later 's/5().

      The Sound Of Jazz was an hour-long television special recorded by CBS in December , and both its quality and impact suggested that jazz might gain a regular and significant TV audience. Alas, that did not happen, either in the USA or elsewhere; consequently, despite its many joyous moments, this CD induces sadness--and not just because almost all the featured /5(4). Jazz, musical form, often improvisational, developed by African Americans and influenced by both European harmonic structure and African rhythms. It is often characterized by syncopated rhythms, polyphonic ensemble playing, and the use of original timbres. Learn more about its Missing: book.


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The Sound that Jazz Makes Paperback – November 7, by Carole Boston Weatherford (Author)Cited by: 5. A symphony of sound and color, The Sound That Jazz Makes is an eloquently rendered celebration of a remarkable heritage.

Author Carole Boston Weatherford's lyrical stanzas combine with the power of luminous oil paintings by Coretta Scott King New Talent winner, Eric Velasquez (The Piano Man) to trace the development of jazz/5(20).

A symphony of sound and color, The Sound That Jazz Makes is an eloquently rendered celebration of a remarkable heritage. Author Carole Boston Weatherford's lyrical stanzas combine with the power of luminous oil paintings by Coretta Scott King New Talent winner, Eric Velasquez (The Piano Man) to trace the development of jazz.

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The sound that jazz makes book Author Carole Boston Weatherford’s lyrical stanzas combine with the power of luminous oil paintings by Coretta Scott King New Talent winner, Eric Velasquez (The Piano Man) to trace the development of jazz.

The Sound That Jazz Makes by Carole Boston Weatherford Illustrations by Eric Velasquez Walker & Company, May$, ISBNAges Weatherford pens a soft poetic journey of rhythm in this illustrated history outlining the development of jazz music from its roots in the villages of Africa.

The Sound that Jazz Makes. By Carole Boston Weatherford Reading Level: Early Elementary School, Late Elementary School Genre: Non Fiction Publisher: Walker and Co.

Find this book in a library near you, using An overview of the evolution of jazz and jazz styles told in poetry. Each page includes a four-line poem and full.

Book Review. The Sound that Jazz Makes by Carole Boston Weatherford, Illustrated by Eric Velasquez. (Walker & Company, ) Ages Buy from Amazon. Buy from Barnes & Noble. This lush history of jazz starts in Africa before the slave ships, and. The Jazz Sound Paperback – July 1, by Dan Haerle (Composer) out of 5 stars 4 ratings/5(4).

The sound that jazz makes Carole Boston Weatherford ; Eric Velasquez An illustrated history of the origins and influences of jazz, from Africa to contemporary America. A symphony of sound and color, The Sound That Jazz Makes is an eloquently rendered celebration of a remarkable heritage.

Author Carole Boston Weatherford's lyrical stanzas combine with the power of luminous oil paintings by Coretta Scott King New Talent winner, Eric Velasquez (The Piano Man) to trace the development of jazz. Flutter, sound of rapid motion, e.g.

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11 Total Resources 1 Awards View Text Complexity Submit Text Complexity. Name Pronunciation with Carole Boston Weatherford; Name Pronunciation with Eric Velasquez; Grade; PK-5; Genre; Nonfiction.

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It's just not going to be jazz if you're playing a typical rock groove behind it. The Sound of Jazz brought together 32 leading musicians from the swing era including Count Basie, Lester Young, Ben Webster, Billie Holiday, Jo Jones and Coleman Hawkins; the Chicago style players of the same era, like Henry "Red" Allen, Vic Dickenson, and Pee Wee Russell; and younger 'modernist' musicians such as Gerry Original network: CBS.

Jazz was born in the United States. Jazz is really the best music to represent America because: It is partly planned and partly spontaneous; that is, as the musicians perform a pre-determined tune, they have the opportunity to create their own interpretations within that tune in response to the other musicians' performances and whatever else may occur "in the moment" -- this is called.

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For critical books, I like Jazz Is by Nat Hentoff, The Jazz Ear by Ben Ratliff, Coltrane: The Story of a Sound by Ben Ratliff (Ben Ratliff writes really well about jazz and that’s a difficult thing to do), Ira Gitler has a swath of great books on jazz. Get Book Sounds from Soundsnap, the Leading Sound Library for Unlimited SFX Downloads.Karen Ehrhardt's This Jazz Man is a fun picture book that adapts the classic song "This Old Man.".

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