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    Jazz Concert Critique

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    On May 13, 2016, the Vocal Jazz Ensembles at Sacramento State University had their one of the last concerts before the semester ended, which was directed by our professor Gaw Vang Williams. This concert was performed by four groups and different solo, which was completely different experience from the first two concerts that I attended at Sac State. In this Vocal Jazz concert, there was packed and a lot of audiences who were friends, family and students come to support and enjoy before this semester

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    Jazz Concert Essay

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    of the many Jazz concerts held here at Friends University. Somehow I always get stuck in the far back and off to the side of the concert hall and I don’t get to hear the music that well .I usually get to hear the voices clearly or an earful of some of the instruments then I can’t hear the other side playing. This time I finally was able to get a perfect middle seat on the floor. I had a great view of everyone and the acoustics were fabulous. Since I’m not use to going to jazz concerts in particular

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    of Music for the Jazz Orchestra that performed by Jazz vocalists and MSM alumni Jane Monheit and many other musicians. That place is unlikely the ordinary place, people have appropriate dress on and have nicely etiquette toward the performers, unlike me, many of audiences seem like that they come to this concert with certain knowledge of Jazz orchestra. And its musical venue was the ideal spot for the concert, so I sat in a decent spot spot that located at midst of the concert hall where I can view

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    Jazz Concert Critique

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    the Jazz Ensemble I on December 5th, 2017 at the Light Recital Hall. To help me better understand these works I had googled the event name and looked it up on youtube as well. There were brochures provided at the venue; however there weren’t enough for each individual to receive one. I had chosen to attend this concert because I believed I would enjoy a jazz ensemble performance more than I would’ve enjoyed attending any of the other types of musical events. Prior to this particular concert I was

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    A Jazz Concert Report

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    An Evening of Jazz On November 17th, 2016, I attended a jazz concert and had quite a time. The experience was captivating, and gave me a warm feeling inside. There were three different bands that play in the hour slot, and all of them sounded magnificent, but “The Santé Fe Jazz Combo” and “Santa Fe Big Band” stood out the most. The only thing these two bands have in common is that some of the musicians play in both bands. Otherwise, these jazz fanatics are polar opposites. When listening to “The

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    The name of concert was Jazz Ensemble II. It was on Tuesday, April 4, 2017 at 8 p.m. in the Julien J. Studley Theatre. The director of this concert was John Menegon. There were five instruments available those are bass, trumpet, drums, alto sax, and guitar. In addition to the instruments there were two vocals. Six pieces were played those were How Deep is the Ocean (Irving Berlin), S.T. Louis Blues (W.C. Handy) , Donna Lee/ Back Home in Indiana (Charlie Parker/ Ballard MacDonald, James F. Hanley)

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    Essay On Jazz Concert

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    My second concert I attended was on October 4th at 7:30pm. This concert was the Washburn University Jazz Ensembles, I went to this concert with my boyfriend, Dylan. I decided to choose to go to the Jazz concert because I have always been interested in jazz; however, I have never attended a jazz concert before. Therefore, I believe it would be an amazing date idea for me and my boyfriend to attend. Which, the jazz concert was an amazing, and fun date night idea. The concert was split into 3 different

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    A Jazz Concert Analysis

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    Composed by Leonardo Bernstein in 1949, Prelude, Fugue, and Riffs for Solo Clarinet and Jazz Ensemble is the short music which is classified as the classical concert but has more musical elements of jazz music. The instruments used in this music are “solo clarinet, saxes and trumpets in fives, four trombones, piano, string bass, and drums.” (“Leonard Bernstein Prelude, Fugue & Riffs, for Clarinet & Jazz Ensemble.”) The music has three movements and each title of these clearly represent what kind

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    Essay On A Jazz Concert

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    I attended a jazz concert on April 7, 2016. The jazz concert was performed by the Page brothers, Mike Willis, and Justin Butler. Justin Butler accompanied the other instrumentalists in one song. The instruments used during the jazz concert was a guitar, bass, drums, and shakers. The performance was located in the theater at Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute. The jazz concert was informal. The venue was favorable for the jazz concert. The instrumentalist played on a stage while the

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    Jazz Concert Essay

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    Jazz is the most famous and well known music in New York City. We can feel this music and often encounter with Jazz in our daily life. The melody form saxophone, double bass, piano, and drums touches our ears and sometimes we can feel the music. In Guttman we experienced melody like this in the Jazz concert. During the performance, we countered with professional Jazz artists who had performed in different places on Earth. They dressed professionally and introduced themselves with one of their performance

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