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Swing jazz would have its beginnings in the late s, not coming out fully until the early to mids. It would reach its peak during the 40s, followed by a quick and steady decline Nothing Left To Lose (Basic Backing Track) - The Alan Parsons Project - The Turn Of A Friendly Card the shadows by the 50s.
There it remained until around when it started regaining a following. Before Swing Jazz The Jazz Age -- the s -- among other things, was marked by dixieland and hot jazz bands, the flapper, the Charleston, the creation of Lindy Hop, and the very beginnings of swing jazz music.
Between andthe more common early types of American music included concert bands and Dixieland -- an early style of jazz. These early types were distinguished by their ensemble playing, and out of which developed the hot jazz bands of the mid to late 20s. These hot jazz bands, with the help of Swing Is The Thing (1936-09-10) - Various - The Ultimate Jazz Archive - Set 38/42 Armstrong, would evolve into swing jazz music of the 30s.
Swing Jazz Changes that marked the introduction of swing jazz included the use of a more free flowing rhythm using four beats to a bar instead of the two beats that was common in New Orleans dixieland jazz. The tuba of the older styles was replaced by a string bass. Another change was the common use of riffs, or short melodic ideas that were used repeatedly in call-and-response patterns between instrumental sections of a band. The sections were often composed of a brass section such as trumpets and trombones; and a reed section with instruments such as the saxophone and the clarinet.
The call-and-response style was much in imitation to call-and-response style found in the African-American Southern Baptist churchs.
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