Jazz Stylistic origins: Blues • Folk • March • Ragtime Cultural origins: Early 1910s New Orleans Typical instruments: Saxophone · Clarinet · Flute · Vibraphone · Trumpet · Piano · Guitar · Banjo · Tuba · Double bass · Bass guitar · Vocals · Trombone · Drum kit Mainstream popularity: 1920s–1960s Derivatives: Jump blues • Rhythm and blues • Rock and roll • ..
Jazz (재즈) (No.1-2)/ Swing music and 1930s in jazz 1) Swing music Swing Stylistic origins Jazz Ragtime Classical Cultural origins 1930s United States Typical instruments Clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, piano, double bass, drums, keyboards, electric guitars, acoustic guitars Mainstream popularity 1930s to 1950s; 1990s Subgenres Swing revival (complete list) Regional scenes Western swi..
Jazz (재즈)(No.1-3) / 1940s in jazz and 1950s in jazz 1) 1940s in jazz In the early 1940s in jazz, bebop emerged, led by Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Thelonious Monk and others. It helped to shift jazz from danceable popular music towards a more challenging "musician's music." Differing greatly from swing, early bebop divorced itself from dance music, establishing itself more as an art fo..
Jazz (재즈)(No.1-4) / Bebop, Hard bop, Modal jazz, Free jazz 1) Bebop Bebop Stylistic origins Swing Kansas City jazz Cultural origins early–mid 1940s, United States Typical instruments Clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, trombone, piano, double bass, drums, keyboards, electric guitars, acoustic guitars Mainstream popularity 1940s, 1950s Bebop or bop is a style of jazz characterized by fast tempo,..
Jazz (재즈)(No.1-5) / 1960s in jazz, 970s in jazz, 1979 in jazz 1) 1960s in jazz In the 1960s in jazz, free jazz and the related form of avant-garde jazz broke through into an open space of "free tonality" in which meter, beat, and formal symmetry all disappeared, and a range of World music from India, Africa, and Arabia were melded into an intense, even religiously ecstatic or orgiastic styl..
Jazz (재즈)(No.1-6) / Latin jazz, Post-bop, Soul jazz, Jazz fusion, jazz-funk 1) Latin jazz Latin Jazz Stylistic origins Jazz, Cuban music, Brazilian music, Puerto Rican music, Latin music Cultural origins 1940's New York Typical instruments Piano · Bass guitar · Guitar · Conga · Timbale · Saxophone · Trumpet · Trombone · Flute · Vibraphone · Bongo · Vocals · Güiro ..
Jazz (재즈)(No.1-7) / Bossa Nova, Afro-Cuban jazz, Music of Cuba, Puerto Rican jazz 1) Bossa Nova Bossa nova Stylistic origins Samba, Jazz Cultural origins 1957 (Rio de Janeiro's South Zone) - 1963 Typical instruments Classical guitar, piano, electronic organ, acoustic bass and drums Mainstream popularity Widely known in Brazil, also significant in the United States, Western Europe, Japan and..
Jazz (재즈)(No.1-8) / 1980s in jazz, 1990s in jazz, and 2000s in jazz 1)1980s in jazz In the 1980s in jazz, the jazz community shrank dramatically and split. A mainly older audience retained an interest in traditional and straight-ahead jazz styles. Wynton Marsalis strove to create music within what he believed was the tradition, creating extensions of small and large forms initially pioneere..
Jazz (재즈)(No.1-9) / smooth jazz, Acid jazz, Nu jazz, Jazz rap, M-Base 1) smooth jazz Smooth jazz Stylistic origins R&B Funk Pop music Jazz fusion Cultural origins 1960s/1970s in the United States Typical instruments Guitar • Saxophone • Bass guitar • Piano • Trumpet • Flute • Drums • Synthesizers Mainstream popularity Medium, from 1970s to present - United States Derivative fo..