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University Of Arizona - MUS347 exam 3: Graded 100%

University Of Arizona - MUS347 exam 3 Mus 347 19/19 correct A reaction to bebop, it involved more complex compositions, slower tempos, and sometimes less overt emotional involvement. Hard Bop Cool jazz Bossa nova Afro-Cuban jazz/Cubop ________________________________________ 2 What is the term for when a bebop drummer plays sharp, irregular accents on the bass drum in rhythmic accompaniment? Walking Stride Dropping bombs Third stream ________________________________________ 3 Which pianist helped create the standard bebop piano style, one that combined up-tempo bebop lines in the right hand with sparse chordal punctuations in the left hand. Richie Powell Horace Silver Bud Powell Thelonious Monk ________________________________________ 4 Who is the soloist in this example? Error loading player: No playable sources found Paul Desmond Sonny Rollins Charlie Parker Stan Getz ________________________________________ 5 Characteristics of Miles Davis' solo style in the 1940s and 50s include: Encyclopedic use of motives Extremes of range and very fast rhythms Limited range and use of musical space Harsh, squeaky timbre ________________________________________ 6 The American Federation of Musicians went on strike in ____ in protest of the lack of payments to musicians for records played on the radio. 1959 1949 1942 1935 ________________________________________ 7 Who led a quintessential hard bop group from the 1950s until his death in 1990 and was one of jazz's hardest swinging drummers? Kenny Clarke Max Roach Art Blakey Jo Jones ________________________________________ 8 The chordal accompaniment provided by pianists or guitarists in jazz groups. Comping Reharmonization Running the Changes Stride ________________________________________ 9 Which of the following associations was NOT connected with the zoot suit? Antiwar sentiment Rebellious youth culture Proud minorities A love of swing music ________________________________________ 10 Which one of the following answers is NOT true: bebop melodies were generally _____________ than those of swing? more jagged/angular more syncopated more singable/more easy to sing performed at a faster tempo ________________________________________ 11 Which of the following individuals was not closely associated with the bossa nova style? Astrud Gilberto Stan Getz Kenny Clarke Antônio Carlos Jobim ________________________________________ 12 If a jazz tune has only two (2) chords and has a slow harmonic rhythm, it likely would be in the style of: cool jazz bossa nova modal jazz hard bop ________________________________________ 13 Saxophonist ________________ would often use the technique of thematic/motivic development (developing an idea) in his solos. He was a member of the Clifford Brown - Max Roach Quintet. Charlie Parker Sonny Rollins Stan Getz Paul Desmond ________________________________________ 14 What is a contrafact? A term for interactive bebop drumming practices. A new melody composed over the chord progression of a previously composed song. A book with the chord progressions of common bebop tunes for musicians. A way that chordal instruments accompanied soloists in bebop. ________________________________________ 15 Saxophonist __________________ was one of the architects of bebop in the 1940s and debatably the most influential jazz soloist of all time. Stan Getz Paul Desmond Charlie Parker Sonny Rollins ________________________________________ 16 _______ gained recognition with his quartet by playing concerts on college campuses. Dave Brubeck Charles Mingus Stan Getz Gunther Schuller ________________________________________ 17 What was meant by "moldy figs"? This was a term for soul jazz tunes that were particularly funky. A term used by bebop musicians and fans to describe older musicians who preferred previous jazz styles. A term used to describe jazz fans that did not appreciate Third-Stream music. This was a term that referred lesser quality food served at jazz clubs. ________________________________________ 18 Bebop placed even more emphasis than swing did on the _________. Arranger Soloist Band director AABA form ________________________________________ 19 Miles Davis' began using a __________________ in the 1950s, which produces a distant, brooding quality. He uses this on "Flamenco Sketches." flugelhorn cornet harmon mute plunger

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