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ADDISON’S NEW ORLEANS JAZZ New Orleans jazz was started by African Americans getting together in Congo squares. Trumpets and coronets were the lead melodies, clarinets and trombones played added parts, and piano played rhythm. Joe “King” Oliver was an early new Orleans jazz artist who was an extremely famous cornetist. Pianist Jelly Roll Morton was not recorded until the 1920’s, and did not become famous until the Chicago and new York jazz scenes. He was the leader of the “Red Hot Peppers” One of the most well known artists from New Orleans though, was trumpeter, Louis Armstrong. Armstrong was especially good at scat singing.
NEW ORLEANS New Orleans is where Jazz first started in the 1900. One of the most Iconic musicians as Louis Armstrong and Wynton Marsalis. Jazz being mostly Improvised songs would never be exactly the same or sound alike. During Prohibition was at its peak of popularity
NEW ORLEANS JAZZ BY: BRAD T.W. GOON New Orleans jazz was popularly used for funerals and other celebrations. New Orleans jazz was derived from slave songs. New Orleans jazz was swampy, swingy and up-beat. Popular New Orleans artists include: Louis Armstrong Wynton Marsalis Buddy Bolden
Sarah Oerly New Orleans Jazz- Louis Armstrong was a jazz artist born in 1901. New Orleans was the Capital of jazz until the 1920’s New Orleans Jazz became harder to play after storyville closed. Unlike other jazz cities New Orleans didn’t just develop types of jazz. New Orleans is Jazz.
CHICAGO JAZZ Chicago became the focal point for jazz in the early 1920’s when New Orleans musicians moved north. In this time period, New Orleans clubs were closed. African Americans moved North for the same reason everyone else did, jobs and failing crops. They called it “The Great Migration.” Most of the artists made a living out of playing music in Chicago, because the people there wanted to pay for entertainment. Chicago jazz musicians favored meters of 2 instead of 4. Chicago jazz style was fast and swingy with cornet, guitar, piano, and saxophone sounds. Some of the most famous musicians who received acclaim for their work in Chicago were Earl Hines, Johnny Dodds, Louis Armstrong, and King Oliver.
CHICAGO BLUES Chicago has been A BIG PART OF THE LIFE BACK THEN and was close to modern blues as New York was the the new center of modern jazz. It was not even close from the only area where country blues music people started to play on it was but, where more needed to do so than all of the world. Throughout the first half of the 1900’s blacks pored into Chicago from the south bringing then the music of there birth places yet but needing to get use to the ways of the big city's.
MUDDY WATER AND CHESS RECORDS Lester Melrose seemed to have been locked up the Chicago blues market, but after world war II a lot of changes was made in music business and society made the bluebird beat of sound. Independent companies were growing up to challenge the Columbia/victor dominance, and a more amplified rhythm-and-blues-oriented sound was ascendant. One of these labels was Chess Records, and after some false starts it would become a power in the R&B market with the electric Chicago sound, partially with transplanted Mississippian Muddy Waters.
CHICAGO JAZZ Chicago Jazz was more bluesy than the traditional jazz. Chicago jazz had a hard time becoming popular. Some of its stars were people like Fred Anderson, Hal Russell, and Ken Vandermark. Jazz music influenced Chicago in many ways as it still does today.
JUSTICE Chicago-in the 1920 jazz to become a national popular style & starts in Chicago The arts ensemble of Chicago is one of the most famed bands to energy from the AACM Louis Armstrong & king Oliver where were based in Chicago before advancing to new Orleans Note musicians are Hal Russel, Jeff Parner, Ken Vandermark, Vin Freeman & art ensembles of Chicago
SEATTLE JAZZ YOUR SECRET LOVER The jazz music in Seattle had a very bluesy sound. Ray Charles was the most well known Seattle jazz musician. He only performed there once. Jimi Hendrix, a well known rock musician from Seattle, made one jazz album. The black community put Seattle on the American Popular Music map. The legalization of hard liquor made the after-hours clubs less of an attraction.
SEAN WAINSCOTT Quincy Jones became a successful pop producer with clients like Frank Sinatra and Michael Jackson. Ray Charles was another produce who moved to Seattle determined to get as far away from the south as possible. The Daily Flash were the best 1960s Seattle folk rock Seattle Jazz had a more bluesy flavor. More notable musicians are Bumps Blackwell and Jimi Hendrix
Seattle Jazz By: Aubrey Toomsen African-Americans brought Seattle Jazz from the international district. Seattle Jazz had more of a bluesy sound then most jazz. Seattle is one of the epicenters of late 20 th century rock, twisting punk and metal into the downcast lyrics. The Seattle Jazz scene began to collapse into the 1950’s. Ray Charles was very popular in the 1950’s and used Seattle Jazz as one of his influences.
SAN FRANCISCO Cherie HARRILL A Few Of the instruments used are pictured above. But the most commonly known is the saxophone.
SAN FRANCISCO JAZZ BY TYLER FRIEDRICH FOLLOW ME ON INSTAGRAM @CHUCKTYLER_NOT_TAYLOR San Francisco was not a very big Jazz City, but it was still home to many Jazz Stars, such as Joshua Redman, Benny Green, and Charlie Hunter. Charlie Hunter played an 8-string guitar and played both the guitar and bass part to many songs, which he would make sound more like Funk or Hip Hop. Lee Townshed was a well known producer and he was well acquired with the new jazz sound created by Charlie Hunter. Many new forms of Jazz were created in San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO!!!!!!!!!!!( A FEW FAMOUS ARTISTS INCLUDE…) Music had remained anonymous with the cyceldelyic acid rock of the 90’s. The Eastern part of cultures had a massive influence on the music and types of instruments (Still used today)all over the USA. With Mind melting Guitar songs on Sex and Politics People had used these to help build up what we know today as “Modern Music”. San Francisco had a massive influence on many types of musical culture we listen to today!!!!!!!!!!
HERE ARE A FEW INTERESTING FACTS… One hundred years after the birth of jazz, the music—and all it means to the melting pot of America—finally gets an entire building of its own in San Francisco. jazz would continue to be a major cultural influence on the area, and the creative spirit that resided in jazz lovers hearts. This is Lombard street in San Francisco.
Although San Francisco jazz isn’t a major jazz capital, it did help shape the modern jazz world.Although San Francisco jazz isn’t a major jazz capital, it did help shape the modern jazz world. It had incorporated contemporary rock, funk, soul, and world music influences.It had incorporated contemporary rock, funk, soul, and world music influences. Older generations were more of the common people that went to the concerts, and listened to it in general.Older generations were more of the common people that went to the concerts, and listened to it in general. The younger audience didn’t really “discover” this type of genre until the 90s, where music began to come together to form new genres.The younger audience didn’t really “discover” this type of genre until the 90s, where music began to come together to form new genres. Charlie Hunter is a jazz guitarist and plays an eight-string guitar.Charlie Hunter is a jazz guitarist and plays an eight-string guitar. He was a major figure in the San Francisco jazz scene.He was a major figure in the San Francisco jazz scene.
SAN FRANCISCO BY: CALEB “THE GINGER” MILLER 1. San Francisco jazz incorporates rock, funk, soul, and acid-jazz. 2. Charlie Hunter, Lee Townsend, and T.J. Kirk are famous jazz musicians and producers from San Francisco. 3. The most prominent figure in Asian American jazz is pianist Jon Jang also from San Francisco. Charlie Hunter Lee Townsend T.J. Kirk Jon Jang The Jazz sound affected the musicians of San Francisco by broadening their music career and interests Some places that Jazz musicians played at in San Francisco is: Sheba Piano Lounge Jazz Bistro At Les Joulins and Biscuits & Blues There are also many Jazz Festivals in San Francisco
New Orleans: Lead by trumpets and cornets, followed by clarinets and trombones. While the piano held the rhythm. Seattle: Bluesy sound of piano and trumpets with electric guitar and bass. Chicago : Swing oriented, with cornets and sax as the main sound with piano and guitar. They went by meters of 2 not 4, to make it faster and upbeat. San Francisco: Funky and hip-hop sounds, with trumpets, sax and pianos as the lead with bass and guitar coming out a lot more.
THE PERFORMERS AND THEIR LOCATIONS BY: BRADEN THAT GUY AGAIN ADAMS Jon Jang Jon Jang was a very famous performer from San Francisco that played all over the world. He is an example of how Asian Americans came forth as predominant figures in San Francisco. Louis Armstrong Louis Armstrong was a famous African American jazz performer from New Orleans. New Orleans Jazz was commonly played at funerals and other “celebrations.” Ray Charles and Hal Russell Seattle artist Hal Russell and Chicago artist Ray Charles are both very famous and commonly played in all sorts of club and theatre venues.
New Orleans: Entertainment for parties and funerals. 1898 every neighborhood had a brass instrument. Jazz clubs eventually shut down. Seattle: Made no stylistic contribution. People felt more free to express their feelings and dance. Chicago: People left New Orleans and came here. They then had more entertainment and money for their larger jazz cities. San Francisco: They were able to express their love for the music. They had the largest contribution to the more modernized jazz music.
JAZZ IN ALL OF THE CITIES… BY: BRADEN THAT GUY ADAMS Used many different instruments. Popular instruments were the cornet, trumpet, trombone, standup bass, piano, percussion, clarinet, and even tuba. Was diverse in ethnicity. In New Orleans, it was African Americans, in Chicago it was predominantly white, in San Francisco Asians played a key role, and in Seattle, it was very diverse, but its roots are in the predominantly Asian International District Had elements of other types of music. New Orleans used slave songs, Chicago had its own bluesy feel, San Francisco used anything from rock to soul, and Seattle used blues and funk.
The early jazz music of Seattle was more bluesy than the normal jazz of other cities Emily http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZwU6pef--To While Chicago’s jazz is still worthy of note, it’s popularity was lost after the prohibition ended and the speakeasies were closed. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kmfeKUNDDYswww.youtube.com/watch?v=kmfeKUNDDYs
San Francisco jazz produced young jazz musicians who created their own jazz scene. One of these younger jazz musicians is Charlie Hunter, who plays an eight string guitar. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H4iAMx-nS6Y New Orleans was the undisputed jazz capital of the world until the 1920’s, due to the fact that the ingredients of jazz would come together amongst the large black population, mainly consisting of slaves and former slaves. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FU89y-AWDSg