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Just as folk/rock musicians tap their feet on the 1st and 3rd of a 4 beat bar, jazz musicians on the 2nd and 4th, salsa musicians tap the clave, which is a syncopated rhythm across 2 bars in European 4/4 notation. Handy wrote about his adopting of the blues: "The primitive southern Negro, as he sang, was sure to bear down on the third and seventh tone of the scale, slurring between major and minor. Louis; Horace Tapscott, organist and composer, organized the Underground Musicians' Association in Los Angeles; In New York, Cecil Taylor, Andrew Cyrille, and Archie Shepp tried to launch the Jazz and People's Movement.

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Publisher: Random House Trade Paperbacks; Reprint edition (September 8, 2009)

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