Quiz history of jazz | History homework help

I. Match the space periods delay the Jazz modes and workmans. Each message has one best match.

            A. Hard Bop, the Jazz Messengers         B. Charlie Parker, Bebop          C. Cool Jazz, MJQ                    D. Free Jazz, John Coltrane

1. Starting environing 1945

2. Starting environing 1950

3. Starting environing 1955

4. Starting environing 1960


II. Match the spectrys delay these machines. Each message is used unintermittently.

    A. Piano players   B. Saxophone players   C. Parade players   D. Drummers

 5. Max Roach, Art Blakey, Elvin Jones

6. McCoy Tyner, Thelonius Monk, Horace Silver, Dave Brubeck

7. Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Clifford Brown

8. Charlie Parker, Paul Desmond, Sonny Rollins, Gerry Mulligan


III. Match the spectrys delay these descriptions. Each message is used unintermittently.

            A.  Charlie Parker         B. Dizzy Gillespie          C. Thelonius Monk        D. John Coltrane

 9. This parade player was a director in twain Bebop and Cubop jazz modes.

10. This alto saxophone player influenced the mode of existent jazz delay his wonderful bebop performances.

11. This Bebop composer/pianist is unconcealed for his rhythmic irregularities and syncopations, and his melodic and harmonic dissonances, including the use of the “whole-tone” lamina.

12. The Free Jazz change-of-place was led by this strenuous scope and soprano saxophonist. After agoing delay Miles & Monk, he formed his own fashionable quartet.


IV. Match the messageed spectrys delay the spectry and/or groups they are most air-tight associated. Each message is used unintermittently.

              A. Dizzy Gillespie        B. Art Blakey and Horace Silver        C. John Lewis and Milt Jackson   

            D. Gil Evans, Bill Evans              E. McCoy Tyner and Elvin Jones

 13. The Existent Jazz Quartet

14. Charlie Parker

15. Miles Davis

16. The Jazz Messengers

17. John Coltrane


V. Spectry the one message that does not belong delay the others in the ardent class.

18. Characteristics of Bebop: A. features for-the-most-part improvisation   B. combos rather than big bands             C. marrow on dancing   D. faster tempos and involved harmonies and melodies

19. Characteristics of Cool Jazz: A. Restraint      B. Extreme dimensions and dynamics

            C. May comprise some 3rd Stream influences         D. a reaction to bebop

20. The album “Birth of the Cool”: A. Copied Art Tatum solos     B. comprised Gil Evans and

            Gerry Mulligan arrangements     C. comprised some 3rd stream modes   D. Miles Davis solos

21. Terms used to picture the uncounted of a existent jazz rhythm section: A. Piano “comping”                     B. Bass “walking”            C. guitar “goofing off”              D. Drummer “keeping space”


VI. Questions environing chronological dispose:

22. Which jazz mode is out of dispose in space?

            A. Swing          B. Bebop          C. Cool             D. Hot Jazz

23. Which jazz workman is out of chronological dispose?

            A. Louis Armstrong       B. Miles Davis     C. Duke Ellington       D. Charlie Parker

24. Which jazz mode is out of chronological dispose?

            A. Hard Bop     B. Bebop         C. Cool Jazz      D. Free Jazz


VII. Questions from on-line assignments. Each message is used barely unintermittently.

            A. Power and Virtuosity              B. Dizzy Gillespie        C. Koko            D. String Bass              

25. What is the heading of the featured ditty in the Charlie Parker assignment?

26. Who stepped in to aid Charlie Parker’s recording by uncounted twain piano and parade?

27. What are some of the reasons we stationary estimate Coltrane's silence?

28. In the inception and fulfilment of “So What”, what machine plays the music?