I'm going to use RM to study for this final: Scott Joplin - Ragtime - Piano Fats Waller - Stride - Piano Meade 'Lux' Lewis - Boogie Woogie - Piano Jelly Roll Morton - Dixieland - Piano Louis Armstrong - Dixieland - Trumpet Robert Johnson - Blues - Guitar Bessie Smith - Blues - Voice Benny Goodman - Big Band - Clarinet Duke Ellington - Swing - Piano Count Basie - Big Band - Piano Gene Krupa - Big Band - Drummer Charlie Christian - Beebop - Guitar Billie Holiday - Vocal Jazz - Voice Ella Fitzgerald - Vocal Jazz - Voice J. J. Johnson - Beebop - Trumbone Dizzie Gillespie - Beebop - Trumpet Charlie 'Bird' Parker - Beebop - Saxaphone Thelonious Monk - Beebop - Piano Miles Davis - Jazz Fusion/Free Jazz - Trumpet Dave Brubeck - Cool Jazz - Piano Rural Blues - Male Singer, Guitar, Rough Style, Subjects related to rural life Urban (Classic) Blues - Female Singer, Small band, Smooth Style, Standard Blues Ragtime - Piano, "A syncopation between pianists left hand and his roaming offbeat right hand." Stride - Piano, Improvised, fast and intense, uses a variety of forms, rudementary swing Boogie Woogie - Piano, ostinato bass line is prominent, emphasis on rhythm Early New Orleans Dixieland - Trumpet, Clarinet, Trumbone, Banjo, Tuba, Drums, group improv, not recorded, some feature soloing Chicago Dixieland - All of the above PLUS piano, frequently group parts were written, longer tunes, uses piano Ehhhh . . . I'll take a five minute break and then post page 2 of the study guide. Goddamn finals Worst part about college. Should let us write a ten page essay and be on with it.