Jazz, a music considered truly ‘American’; a mix of African-American rhythms such as ragtime, blues and gospel, has also been interpreted by the community, ingrained with their own style, their own sabor. Mexican Americans and Jazz have combined so well, that some good bands have been formed and there is a Texas Jazz Festival being held every year, which has been promoted and planned with the participation of Latinos to a great extent. This has been possible thanks to the flexibility of these people, who have opened their arms –and their ears- to the new sounds and who have found ways to make them their
People from all over the world, flock to New Orleans to attend these festivals with hopes of catching a glimpse of their favorite musicians. Another very unique form of music is displayed by the Mardi Gras Indians. The main time to see and hear the music of the Mardi Gras Indians is on Mardi Gras day. Chanting with tambourines and other hand held instruments are their style, which is part of New Orleans’ funk, soul, and rhythm and blues. A trip to New Orleans would not be complete without experiencing this unique funky beat.
It wasn’t until musicians with big names in the music industry such as Juan Luis Guerra and Anthony Santos that made more appealing to women. In 1990 a young group of Dominican Americans formed a band called Aventura. Romeo Santos Bachata Band brought a unique approached to this genre. He made classic bachata fast and soulful. In the second Article In the Language of Romance,
Traditional Mexican music was largely defined by a feeling of national identity that was incorporated into Mariachi music after the Mexican Revolution” (Quintana). There is a lot of complication to Latin Music and it is has many layers of Latin music influencing American culture. Tejano music was introduced in the mid-nineteen century, primarily because Hispanics migrated from Spain or Mexico. They renovated the music by adding an accordion. According to the Texas Almanac Tejano music, “most significant innovation, however, was the introduction of the diatonic button accordion by German and Czech immigrants.
Their lives intertwined with each other and they became a close-knit family. They had an unusual barroom swagger, but their distinctive style was the guitar. Not only did they love the guitar, but they introduced to the audience a triple-lead guitar sound. This band uses the four elements of music: rhythm, melody, harmony, and timbre. As I listened to their music, I could the rhythm in each of their songs.
Sasha 's Bloc Band is Alex Gershmann and features guest vocalists, Jane Monheit and Alvin Chea. Gershmann brings the airy feel of big band and jazz with splash of R&B that puts you right in the groove. This single, Runaway Blues is a perfect blend that accomplishes what this band set out to do, make you lose yourself in the art of music. It starts with dreamy vocals that sounds like a church choir. Then the lead singer smoothly transitions in like James Brown sliding in on stage to his mic.
In 1987 he founded Jazz at Lincoln Center. He developed a series that focus on broadenings people’s exposure to jazz music. He also to a interest in Music composition. He would write short and extended pieces that reflected his interest in early jazz He made his mark as a classical composer with his first major work. It was a string quartet entitles.” At the Octoroon Balls”.
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Amy Winehouse is a legend and the music she created was incredible. She sung in the styles of Jazz, Soul, Blues and reggae which made her popular to many audiences and instantly she was different from the rest. In this essay I intend to give you a brief overview on Amy’s background and then I will explore Amy Winehouse’s Vocal and musical influences such as Sarah Vaughan who was an American Jazz singer and many more. Once I’ve covered that topic I will go on to discuss her appeal to a contemporary audience. The resources I will be using are Websites based on Amy Winehouse’s musical influences, Her documentary and books such as ‘’Amy Amy Amy the Amy Winehouse story by Nick Johnstone’’ Amy was a Jewish girl who was born in England.