Music 007 Quiz 7 (Penn State University)

Music 007 Quiz 7 (Penn State University)

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Music 007 Quiz 7 (Penn State University)

  1. Superb tenor saxophonist, the best known of the "Four Brothers":
  2. Celebrated Cuban drummer and pioneer of Afro-Cuban jazz; co-composer of Manteca:
  3. Clarinetist/saxophonist and big band leader; he had a marvelous penchant for bringing together all-star ensembles, known as "herds":
  4. One of the two leading bebop pianists; he pared down the left-hand activity and adopted the bebop horn style to create a linear bop style of piano; recorded Night In Tunisia in a trio setting:
  5. Pianist and composer, an early pioneer of bebop; his compositions possess such originality that in many respects they transcend the "bop" idiom:
  6. Early bebop drummer; he played the ride rhythms on a cymbal suspended above the drum set; also known for his "feathering" of the bass drum; performed on such notable recordings as Koko and Night In Tunisia:
  7. While drawing its roots from Kansas City Swing, Bebop was a radically new style of jazz. There were several major differences from Swing.
  8. The Bebop style impacted instrumentation in significant ways. There were several implications fortrombone, perhaps best captured in the style of trombonist J.J. Johnson.
  9. How many musicians are performing in the following piece?
  10. What is the form of the following piece?
  11. In 1945, Gillespie and Parker took Bebop on the road. Which statement best describes the public's initial reception of the Bebop style of jazz?
  12. Virtuoso saxophonist, nicknamed "Bird," he was one of two leading pioneers of bebop; composer of Koko:
  13. Virtuoso trumpeter who was one of two leading pioneers of bebop; composer of Night in Tunisia:
  14. The Bebop style impacted instrumentation in significant ways. There were several implications for bass.
    All but one of the following assertions is true. Which one is Not Correct?
  15. Early bebop bass player; played on such notable recordings as Koko and Night In Tunisia:

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