Jazz Concert Essay

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  • Jazz History Concert Report On The Concert

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    Jazz History Concert Report The date of the concert was October 5, 2016 and the title of the concert is “Experimental Improvisation with: Kjell Nordeson & Peter Kuhn”. The concert was performed in Mesa College Music building. Peter Kuhn had three instruments with him a bass clarinet, saxophone, and a Bb Clarinet. He used the bass clarinet and the saxophone during his first piece, and the clarinet on the second piece. Kjell Nordeson was on the drum but had a lot of instruments with him. Sometimes

  • Analysis Of Jazz Ensemble Concert

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    On October 26, 2017, in the Laidlaw Performing Arts Center Recital Hall at the University of South Alabama, there was Jazz Ensemble Concert directed by Tracy Heavner. The night was filled with the rhythmic groove of jazz. By writing this report I hope to show you, the reader, a new perspective of Jazz Music. The first piece, Lady Bird, by Tadd Dameron was written in 1939. The Jazz Ensemble began the piece by putting their full hearts in it. By using repetition of the melody in the saxophones and

  • Concert Jazz Report Essay

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    Butts Jazz Concert Report The concert I decided to go to was held in Valley Brewing Company. The event was called “Take 5, Jazz at the Brew”. I went to the show July 11, 2013. The group I saw didn’t have a name. It was just a group of people performing together. The concert hall was a very nice venue. It was on an extended closed off area past the common area at the bar. The area was very dim lit and was decorated very fancy and elaborate. The music that was played that night was Jazz. The group

  • jazz concert review Essay

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    The first question I asked myself at the beginning of the quarter was how much do I actually know about jazz? I have always characterized jazz music as a rhythmic and instrumental form of music. My impression on the basis of the jazz has always been portrayed with the African-American race. I think this was build up from the rhythm ‘n’ blues era and meaning according to the dictionary (“style of music that was invented by African American musicians in the early part of the twentieth century and has

  • Descriptive Essay On A Jazz Concert

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    It was the night of November 17, 2016; the concert was to be held in the concert room of the Palmetto Center for the Arts, right across from the theater, where they were holding an acting workshop on the same night. The lights were fully illuminated and glistening on the multicolored floor. I arrived at about 6:30pm just in time to start my shift as a volunteer usher. The work was relatively easy; I stood about 10 feet away from the door of the concert hall and reminded people I saw with any food

  • Essay on Jazz Concert Review

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    Jazz Concert Review [pic] The first formal small jazz concert was held at the Maum Café on Sep. 25th, 2008. There were many music performances have held at the Maum Café but Zino Park, leader of the band, and manager of Maum Café agreed to arrange a formal jazz concert for the first time. The main theme of this concert was “Smooth Jazz with Zino Park at Maum”. Before the concert began, the band members introduced themselves to the audience. The names of players were: Acoustic guitar

  • My First College Concert And First Jazz Concert Of My Life

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    On Tuesday, September 26, 2017, I attended my first college concert and first jazz concert of my life. I attended a jazz combos concert with five different ensembles. The concert consisted of both undergraduate and graduate students. The concert was performed in Russell Hall in Bengtson Auditorium. Bengtson Auditorium is a lovely auditorium that allows the sound and or music to flow throughout the entire room. The five ensembles played anything from two to three pieces each giving you a better idea

  • I Enjoyed A Wonderful Jazz Concert On Sunday Night

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    I enjoyed a wonderful jazz concert on Saturday night, to an audience about eighty people. Most of the audiences were college students and elders and it was not hard to tell that everyone was expecting this concert very much. At about 8:20pm, the concert started. Kei Akaji, the pianist and composer, introduced himself and his friends to the audience humorously and briefly. Then, 4 instruments assemble were gathering in the center of the stage and 10 wonderful jazz pieces was presented. Each piece

  • The Baylor University Concert Jazz Ensemble Directed By Alex Parker

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    I attended the Baylor University Concert Jazz Ensemble directed by Alex Parker on Tuesday, November 10th. This ensemble consisted of saxes, trombones, trumpets, drums, a piano, and bass. The concert showcased many individual talents by including solo’s or duet’s in every song. The program consisted of seven songs with no intermission. The pieces I selected were “Big Dipper” by Thad Jones and “Undecided” by Frank Mantooth. The composition “Big Dipper” by Thad Jones consisted of a duet by Hunter

  • I Attended A Wonderful Jazz Concert At Prince George 's Community College

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    On March 30th, 2017 I attended a wonderful jazz concert at Prince George’s Community College. The concert was performed by a group titled The Reginald Cyntje Group. The Reginald Cyntje Group was comprised of five talented musicians: Herman Burney, Reginald Cyntje, Lenny Robinson, Brian Settles, and Hope Udobi. The group performed a song cycle of seven songs: “The Rise of the Protester,” “Ballad for the Masses,” “Chant of the Revolt,” “Descension and Ascension,” “No Justice No Peace,” “The Piece of