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Par conséquent, dans le jazz, le musicien expérimenté interprétera une mélodie de manière personnelle, sans pouvoir la rejouer exactement de la même manière une seconde fois. They were sung solos and normally expressed by the southern labourers (most often slaves). All audio-visual works copyright © 2009-2016 BlueBeat, Inc. (reg. # PAu 3-407-524) BlueBeat transmits simulated live musical performances at 64, 160 and 320 kb/s. But also insured that jazz would be a musical style that would continue to be part of the American culture forever.

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Publisher: Alfred Music (April 1, 1997)

ISBN: 1859093574

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