big band jazz

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  • These are more modern sounding and good for big band jazz.
  • Benjamin originally learned to play drums in the style of the big band jazz groups.
  • Both traditional and contemporary big band jazz arrangements make up the programs of the three ensembles.
  • His work brought a big-band jazz sound to these traditional Colombian genres.
  • He started filling up his one-time appointment calendar with big band jazz gigs.
  • Reggae, ska, big band jazz, library music and classical pieces are also featured.
  • Freddie Brocksieper was considered a leading figure of early European big-band jazz.
  • Established in 2008, this big band jazz ensemble offers high schools students advanced training and performance opportunities.
  • She managed to bridge the gap between big band jazz swing and rhythm and blues.
  • Lyngstad began her musical career as a big band jazz-oriented vocalist.
  • It is often characterized as music indigenous of the South African region mixed with American big band jazz.
  • He has played in rock bands, symphony orchestras, big band jazz bands and small combos.
  • He conducted regular workshops and clinics for big band jazz.
  • In dance band and big band jazz idioms, ghost bands typically perform the repertoire of the original band.
  • On Saturday nights, big-band jazz played for dancers on an outdoor dance floor.
  • This project was to be a library CD featuring traditional Christmas songs arranged in the genre of big band jazz.
  • This is one of a group of songs from the Big Band jazz era that were written as popular adaptations of classical music.
  • Aura, however, is not a conventional big band jazz album.
  • A ghost band is, in the case of big band jazz, a band that performs under the original name of a deceased leader.
  • His use of this technique was sophisticated, highly innovative, and formed the basis of much big band jazz writing in the following decades.
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