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Jazz of New Orleans

Jazz of New Orleans

Although in the period that goes from the end of the War of Secession up to the end of the XIXth century, already there existed some bands that were touching something similar to a rudimentary jazz, like those of the cornetistas Sam Thomas, Louis Ned, James L. Harris or Robert Baker or the band that was usually touching in Kelly’s Stables of New Orleans, ┬áis considered to be usually to Buddy Bolden as the first big figure and the initiator of the first definite style of jazz.

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