Scat singing

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  • Louis Armstrong: Stcat Singing In Music And Jazz Music

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    Louis Armstrong shaping scat singing to make it achieve posterity Louis Armstrong (1901-1971) is surely one of the most famous and incredible jazz singer and trumpet player. He influenced widely, and still does, jazz music. But there is something that only jazz specialists or some aficionados know: he actually reinvented a brand new genre of vocal jazz, the scat singing. And I said “reinvented” on purpose. Indeed, though Louis Armstrong's recording Heebie Jeebies in the mid 1926 is often cited

  • The Swing Era

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    "My audience was my life. What I did and how I did it, was all for my audience", these words came from the well known and never forgotten Cab Calloway. His style and mix of blues, swing and scat spread like wildfire and filled many peoples lives with joy, excitement and happiness. Cab Calloway broke the boundaries of racial barriers and become a very popular and influential household name. As stated in the Jazz Profiles from NPR, " A truly "larger than life" figure in American pop culture...Calloway

  • The Characteristics Of The Jazz Style Of Ella Fitzgerald

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    and trumpet. Not only was she able to copy their playing style but also could sound just like Parker and Gillespie. This is made apparent in her solo from the live recording of “How High the Moon”. This song is a great song for any beginning scat singer to

  • The Roaring 20 's `` Changed Ella Fitzgerald 's Lifestyle And Her Music

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    Along with that, girls would pour their heart into the songs they sang from the radio. Fitzgerald spent a majority of her time imitating the singers broadcasted. Ella first fell in love with the singer Louis Armstrong. When singing his songs she was able to learn how to sing the style of swing. Later on Fitzgerald hear of the Boswell Sisters and completely idolized them. Ella said,”My mother brought home one of her records, and I fell in love with it. I tried so hard to sound

  • Louis Armstrong Song Analysis

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    Louis Armstrong singing is remarkable. I can understand why he inspired so many people in the music industry. What I love about this album is his singing and his form in trumpet playing. Listening to Armstrong voice, as well as his lyrics, flushes away my sorrow when I listen to What a Wonderful World and Sittin’ in the Sun. These types of songs help me appreciate what I have. Armstrong duet with Bing Cosby is adorable. Gone Fishin’ song has humor, in addition, both man scats singing makes me smile

  • Technology Shaped The Rhapsody. Queen 's 1975 Classic ' Bohemian Rhapsody '

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    Technology Shaped the Rhapsody Queen’s 1975 classic ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ is extremely influenced by the recording technology used to create its sound and enhance its musical presentation. Multi-tracking phrases and over-dubbing instruments played a key role in the creation of the piece. The piece was revolutionary for the progressive rock musical period as maximised the use of recording technology at the time. This can be seen when compared to a contemporary classics of the time, Led Zeppelin’s Stairway

  • The Myth Behind the Singing and Chirping of Birds

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    Since the beginning of time, people have always wondered why birds sing and chirp. The answer lies in “The Legend of the Birds.” Here is how it goes… Once upon a time, in a land far away, there was a tree that reached to the heavens. Inside this tree there lived all the birds in the world of different breeds, color, shapes, and sizes. Now each bird lived peacefully in the tree speaking the language that humans do today. The flock of the birds included laws about obeying the rules, how to act, and

  • Analysis Of The Poem ' Waiting At Come Onstage '

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    cap. I am Archibald, the Alright; an Idylic and Aesthetic poet, about to secure the love of my life, Patience. I am sweating, and my heart is beating out of my chest. Now, in approximately one minute, I will enter the stage, and immediately begin singing a duet with my actor partner for the night. After this song, we will speak our dialogue and then exit the stage. A simple concept, but an experience that can wrack the mind and senses should anything go wrong, should your flow be interrupted, or should

  • Analysis Of The Book ' The Bible '

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    One of my favorite stories in the bible is about Paul and Silas and how they were able to overcome. They had a mind to be triumphant. In a dark, dismal, and hopeless situation, Paul and Silas began to sing. I’m sure that they weren’t singing any of the classic or mainstream R&B, Country or Pop songs. Don’t get me wrong, those songs are nice. But when you are going through, you need to sing something that is going to strengthen your faith. You need to pull out that good ol Thomas Dorsey, “Like

  • Last Night At The Blue Angel

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    I have read many novel and this novel called “Last Night at the Blue Angel” captured my interest because it is about the heartbreaking relationship between a mother and her Ten years old daughter. As a single mother, Naomi ambitious extremely self-destructive and only her daughter Sophia know her better than those who around her. By growing up in adult world, Sophia sometime feel outcast without having any friends at her age. Fortunately, there is a new student attend at her school named Elizabeth

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