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Dixieland Jazz

Dixieland Jazz

To little of the XXth century began, the white persons and poor Creoles of the Delta of the Mississippi began to be interested by the Hot and its influence produced some changes in the way of touching of the bands of New Orleans: more improvisations developed, the tempos sped up and. looked for less “African” rhythmic structures The new style was “less expressive, but with major technical resources”, with more polished melodies and armonias you “clean”. Also, the piano and the saxophone interfered, and there developed new instrumental skills, like the style tailgate of the trombonists.

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