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Title: ALL ABOUT JAZZ


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ALL ABOUT JAZZ
  • BY Adriana, Yeraldin,Katrina

Image Courtesy of Franks Driggs Collection
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Buddy Bolden
  • He was the first of the New Orleans Cornet
    Kings
  • He was highly regarded by contemporary black
    musicians
  • By 1894 he adopted the Cornet Band.
  • By 1895 he was lending his own pro-group.

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Freddie Keppard
  • He was the one of the few innovators of the 1910
    era.
  • In 1906 he lead the Olympia Orchestra.
  • On 1914 he helped jazz being to Los Angeles.
  • He wanted to be the first musician to record in
    1916.

4
Clarence Williams
  • His father was a Bass player
  • Williams began his musical education
  • He was born on October 8, 1898
  • William wanted to become troupes Master

5
Jazz Instruments
  • Cornet
  • Clarinet
  • Trombone
  • Banjo
  • Tuba
  • Drums
  • Marching Bands
  • Guitar

6
New Orleans
  • Jazz had evolved
  • It was the regional music
  • New Orleans is considered the birthplace of Jazz
  • The blues was and still is a popular music
    style

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Primary Source
  • "(Armstrong was) the key creator of the mature
    working language of jazz. Three decades after his
    death and more than three-quarters of a century
    since his influence first began to spread, not a
    single musician who has mastered that language
    fails to make daily use, knowingly or
    unknowingly, of something that was invented by
    Louis Armstrong."
  • There'll probably be new names for it, that's
    all. There has been several names since I can
    remember way back to the good ol' days in New
    Orleans, Louisiana, when "Hot Music" was called
    "Rag Time music", "Jazz Music", "Gut Bucket
    music", "Swing music" and now "Hot Music". So you
    see instead of dying out, it only gets new names.

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Louis Armstrong
  • He was born on August4 1901
  • Armstrong spread the language of jazz around the
    world.
  • When Louis attended school he preferred to be on
    street.
  • Serving as an international ambassador of swing.
  • Armstrong began to perform with pick ups bands.

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No Jazz
  • The great depression was the worst crisis in
    America.
  • The music business came close to collapsing.
  • Since the great depression.
  • They couldnt afford hearing jazz.

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Bunk Johnson
  • privately recorded in New Orleans
  • He was discovered He was a major player in New
    Orleans.
  • By 1910 he joined the eagle band.
  • By 1839 the book Jazzman was made.
  • In 1942 he with the help of Bill Russell.

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TimeLine
  • 1839-The book Jazzman was made.
  • 1894-Buddey Bolded adopted the cornet.
  • 1895-Bolden lend his own semi pro-group.
  • October 8 1898-Clarence Williams was born.
  • August 4 1901-Louis Armstrong was born in
    Louisiana.
  • 1906-Freddie lend the Olympia Orchestra.
  • 1914-Freddie helped bring jazz to Los Angeles.
  • 1916-Freddie was the first jazz musician to
    record.

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Key Points
  • Louis Armstrong spread the language of jazz
    around the world serving the international
    ambassador of swing.
  • Buddey Bolden was the first of the few New
    Orleans cornet Kings.
  • Clarence Williams Began his musical education
    performing in the family hotel and singing in the
    streets.
  • Bill Russell was a violinist who had extensive
    study in both performance and compositor.
  • Freddie Kepard was one of the few innovates of
    the 1910 era who had a chance to record later on.

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