HCHS/HCMS Jazz & Related Musical Styles

Can you name styles of music related to Jazz?

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Jazz that uses musical modes rather than chord progressions as a harmonic framework/1950's & 60's/epitomized by Davis's Milestones, Kind of Blue, & Coltrane's classic quartet
Style of jazz characterized by a fast tempo, instrumental virtuosity, & improvisation based on combination of harmonic structure & references to melody/developed in mid-1940's
Vocal improvisation with wordless vocables, nonsense syllables or without words at all
Musical form originated in African-American communities in 'Deep South' in late 1800's/call-and-response pattern & namesake 12-bar chord progression
Approach to jazz developed in 1950's & 60's/discarded fixed chord changes or tempos/Pharoah Sanders & John Coltrane
Style of modern jazz music that arose following the World War 2/characterized by its relaxed tempos and lighter tone
Style w/lilting rhythm & emphasis on off-beat/strong rhythm section of couble bass & drums w/lead section of brass, woodwinds, and sometimes strings
Popular style between 1895-1918/syncopated rhythm/began as dance music in red-light districts of African-American communities in St. Louis & New Orleans/Ernest Hogan coined name
Also known as New Orleans Jazz/had Chicago, West Coast, & Dutch Old styles/Basin Street Blues/When the Saints Go Marching In/one instrument (trumpet) plays melody/others improvise

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