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Jazz is the best, especially some of the older artists, such as Maynard Ferguson, Bill Chase, or go even more classic, Louis Armstrong and Miles Davis, and for all those who didn't know, modern music developed from things like jazz music Ella Fitzgerald, Frank, Dean Martin, and Bing Crosby? First the first time, solo breaks featuring headline performers (e.g., drummers like Buddy Rich and Gene Krupa) were widely employed.

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Publisher: Hal Leonard (January 1, 2005)

ISBN: 0634078844

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