"As you grow older, you try to bring these things together, your experiences plus what we call jazz.". From Wordnik.com. [The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed] Reference
And his music was among the first to fuse the elements that would become known as jazz. From Wordnik.com. [From One Pianist to Another, a Legacy of Jazz] Reference
The show, which debuted Sunday, is set in New Orleans and named after the Faubourg Treme, a historic neighborhood where slaves of Creole planters created the rhythms that became known as jazz. From Wordnik.com. [JSOnline.com] Reference
U.S. bandleader and the first great drum soloist in jazz. From Wordnik.com. [Five People Born on January 15 | myFiveBest] Reference
It's not serious or straightforward enough to be called jazz. From Wordnik.com. [Download this Space-Age-Pop-thing.] Reference
Its successor "Blue" (1971) found her using colors that recall jazz. From Wordnik.com. [A 65th Birthday Tribute to Joni Mitchell] Reference
It was 1926 and he was already a virtuoso of that new style called jazz. From Wordnik.com. [How Benny Goodman Won Over America] Reference
With more than 35 recordings released, he is one of the most emulated musicians in jazz. From Wordnik.com. [With a Country Twang] Reference
U.S. pianist, composer, arranger, and leader of one of the most popular and controversial big bands in jazz. From Wordnik.com. [Five People Born on February 19 | myFiveBest] Reference
So call this a tasting menu — yet still a diverse bounty rooted in but not ruled by whatever we call jazz. From Wordnik.com. [Jazzfest Comes in From the Cold] Reference
Whether stolen or appropriated, Getz's lyrical and songful approach to improvisation is what most people like about the music called jazz. From Wordnik.com. [Just in Time for Valentine's Day: 'Jazz for Lovers'] Reference
It can't be coincidence that the bands he's enthusiastic about tend not to be the Someone-or-Other Quartets but new bands with names that don't immediately identify as jazz. From Wordnik.com. [NYT > Home Page] Reference
The sounds of Swingshift cover a wide range, from solid, danceable rhythm and blues, to haunting and delicate five-part acappella harmonies, but always returning to the group's musical centre in jazz. From Wordnik.com. [WHO WERE THE WITCHES?] Reference
"Bolden!" follows the life and times of musical legend Buddy Bolden, who turned the New Orleans music scene upside down with his loud, often improvisational cornet style that would later be known as jazz. From Wordnik.com. [Local News from Wilmington Star News] Reference
I didn't go in for no made-upHollywoodkind of jazz. From Wordnik.com. [Johnny Bruzzone: Pool Hustler] Reference
Laredo, Texas, yesterday, you had some heavy rain that led to some flooding and water rescues and all that kind of jazz. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript May 6, 2008] Reference
It is bizarre to imagine a Bridgeport-like rule being extended to composition copyrights and applied to music such as jazz. From Wordnik.com. [The Public Domain Enclosing the Commons of the Mind] Reference
The inaugural poem will, I imagine, be more staid, more contemplative; marked by the blue notes of history and with rhythmic hints of Alexander's often-invoked "jazz.". From Wordnik.com. [Bards at the Inaugural Gates] Reference
Instead, the narrator quotes Ellington musing over the arabesque web of styles that came to shroud jazz by the early 1970s: "I don't know how such extremes as now exist can be contained under the heading of 'jazz.'". From Wordnik.com. [Not Quite All That Jazz] Reference
As for the seventh degree chord, it is always a diminished chord and are usually found in genres such as jazz. From Wordnik.com. [xml's Blinklist.com] Reference
These women don't want to knuckle under to those evil bastards who'll force them to listen to Bob Dylan records or "jazz.". From Wordnik.com. [Jason Notte: Have A Latte, Idiot: The Coffee Wars Turn Bitter] Reference
Robert Breithaupt, the jazz Arts Group's executive director, said in a release that the project represents "a significant opportunity to provide insight into how contemporary audiences are attracted to the arts, and specifically to the creative forms such as jazz.". From Wordnik.com. [National Business News - Local Business News | bizjournals] Reference
And he said, this is called jazz. From Wordnik.com. [The Journey of Jazz Great Joe Zawinul] Reference
New York Times, etc. In contrast, there are other players who are really good, and for whatever reason, don't have any of the foregoing. tall poppy-ism "that tends to plague small communities such as jazz. From Wordnik.com. [NPR Topics: News] Reference
And the president spoke a kind of jazz. From Wordnik.com. [CNN Transcript - Special Event: Unconventional Wisdom: Candidates, Media Face Absolute Uncertainty in Campaign's Final Week - October 30, 2000] Reference
Tags are strings of text that live inside an MP3 file so you can organize thousands of songs by a single characteristic -- for example, a genre such as jazz. From Wordnik.com. [The Digital Audiophile's Toolbox] Reference
All that kind of jazz. From Wordnik.com. [Pop Crunch] Reference
Especially for standard or kind of jazz. From Wordnik.com. [The Deadbolt] Reference
"jazz.". From Wordnik.com. [More Toasts] Reference
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