Music: Evolution of Jazz

Topic: Music: Evolution of Jazz

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This essay is like a discussion about a song in” rel=”nofollow”>in Jazz. The question that are attached should be answered. The song lin” rel=”nofollow”>ink is attached and all in” rel=”nofollow”>information are provided.
Song: “Willow Weep for Me” (Ann Ronell)
Billie Holiday, vocal; Bobby Tucker, piano; Harry “Sweets” Edison, trumpet; Willie Smith, alto sax; Barney Kessel, electric guitar; Red Callender, bass; Chico Hamilton, drums (Los Angeles, 1954)

Questions: Billy Holiday is tellin” rel=”nofollow”>ing a story with this song. Comment in” rel=”nofollow”>in detail on how Holiday sin” rel=”nofollow”>ings the lyrics of the title, “Willow Weep for Me,” occurrin” rel=”nofollow”>ing at 00:40, 01:14 and 02:24. These lyrics occur at the end of which eight-bar sections? Holiday sin” rel=”nofollow”>ings, “weep,” on the downbeat of which measure of each of these sections? How does that relate to the “turnaround” of each section, and the relative activity of her accompanyin” rel=”nofollow”>ing in” rel=”nofollow”>instrumentalists?
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