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  1. BLUES "Of all the Afro-American idioms in the background of jazz, by far the most important and influential is the Blues"-Martin Williams. 1. Grew out of African spirituals and work songs. 2. tatergecilmafanlabeahercornbusti.coinforn America – songs were passed tatergecilmafanlabeahercornbusti.coinfo songs collided with American folk and country from the Appalachians.
  2. What is the poem about? The poem is about a woman who is sad and very disappointed. She was in a relationship with a man that had no money. She was his companion, his woman, and she was very kindly to him. However, somehow he got money, and the money changed him completely, he.
  3. Bessie Smith Lost Your Head Blues Bessie Smith (voc); Joe Smith (c); Fletcher Henderson (p) This is an outstanding example of the city blues style of the s, to some extent an independent genre but also in many ways part of the bigger thing called jazz. It shows the how the AAB lyric form and the bar musical form work hand in hand.
  4. Lost Your Head Blues Lyrics: I was with you, baby, when you didn't have a dime / I was with you, baby, when you didn't have a dime / Now since you got plenty money, you have thrown two good gals.
  5. The blues has many various beats and very slow melodies. The blues is a way to celebrate the mourning of a person. Many say that the blues started after the Great Depression when people lost .
  6. Lost Your Head Blues / The Gin House Blues, a Single by Bessie Smith. Released in September on Columbia (catalog no. D; Shellac 10"). Genres: Vaudeville Blues, Blues. Featured peformers: Bessie Smith (vocals), Fletcher Henderson (piano).
  7. Have students listen to "Lost Your Head Blues" by Bessie Smith, recording the words as they listen. Once the class has heard the entire song, transcribe the lyrics on the board in prose rather.
  8. Jazz ›› Blues and Swing Jazz Ensemble Charts () Blues and Swing Jazz Ensemble Charts The lead wind players start things out on the head, but before long the full band is jamming along. It's an "in your face" chart that's BARNHOUSE JAZZ ENSEMBLE CD EZ EZ Jazz Ensemble CD .
  9. Vocal & Jazz Classics - Vol. 1 () by Various Artists - Vocal & Jazz Classics - Vol. 1 (): Listen to songs by Various Artists - Vocal & Jazz Classics - Vol. 1 () on Myspace, a place where people come to connect, discover, and share.

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