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Dans les années 1930 émergent le swing, un style marqué par le blues et l'improvisation, et le jazz manouche, un genre créé en France sous l'influence des big bands et du bal musette. If a person says they are a fan of “rock” music, there is no way of knowing whether they are referring to The Beatles, Bob Dylan, or Jimi Hendrix — but all three vary greatly in style. The bass starts to walk as the organ and flute return before 5 minutes.

Pages: 160

Publisher: David & Charles (January 24, 1974)

ISBN: 0715360884

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