Ninjam
NINJAM stands for Novel Intervallic Network Jamming Architecture for Music. The software and systems comprising NINJAM provide a non-realtime mechanism for exchanging audio data across the internet, w...
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Spanish Tinge
The phrase Spanish tinge is a reference to the belief that an Afro-Latin rhythmic touch offers a reliable method of spicing the more conventional 4/4 rhythms commonly used in jazz and pop music. The p...
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Detour Ahead
Detour Ahead is a jazz standard with words and music credited to Herb Ellis, John Frigo, and Lou Carter.The song was written in 1947 while Carter, Ellis and Frigo were part of The Soft Winds, a group ...
Lady Franklin's Lament
"Lady Franklin's Lament" (also known as "Lord Franklin" and "The Sailor's Dream") is a traditional folk ballad indexed by George Malcolm Laws (Roud 487) (Laws K9). The song recounts the story of a sai...
Gravity roll
In drumming, a gravity roll is a percussion technique. It is performed by resting the shaft of the drumstick on the rim of the snare drum, while holding the butt. The hand is moved up and down, causin...
Jam band
Jam bands are musical groups whose live albums and concerts relate to a unique fan culture that began in the 1960s with The Grateful Dead, and continued with The Allman Brothers Band, which had length...
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Si Tú Te Atreves
"Si Tú Te Atreves" (Eng.: If You Dare) is a song written and produced by Manuel Alejandro and performed and produced by Luis Miguel. It was released as the first single from the album Complices. It is...
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Skyline Pigeon
"Skyline Pigeon" is a ballad by Elton John with lyrics by Bernie Taupin. It is the eighth track on his first album, Empty Sky. It was originally released in August 1968 as a single on the Pye label by...
Bourne/Davis/Kane
Bourne/Davis/Kane is a trio of musicians who perform Free Improvisation. The trio consists of:Bourne/Davis/Kane have released one recording Lost Something which is available on Edition Records. The G...
IxiQuarks
ixiQuarks is an experimental music software released by the ixi software team.ixiQuarks is a software environment designed for live musical improvisation that allows for user interaction on hardware, ...
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Musical improvisation
Musical improvisation (also known as musical extemporization) is the creative activity of immediate ("in the moment") musical composition, which combines performance with communication of emotions and...
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Constant structure
In jazz, a constant structure is a chord progression consisting of three or more chords of the same type or quality. Popularized by pianists Bill Evans and Herbie Hancock, the combination of functiona...
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Free improvisation
Free improvisation or free music is improvised music without any rules beyond the logic or inclination of the musician(s) involved. The term can refer to both a technique (employed by any musician in ...
Jazz scale
A jazz scale is any musical scale used in jazz. Many "jazz scales" are common scales drawn from Western European classical music, including the diatonic, whole-tone, octatonic (or diminished), and the...
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List of 1920s jazz standards
Jazz standards are musical compositions that are widely known, performed and recorded by jazz artists as part of the genre's musical repertoire. This list includes compositions written in the 1920s th...
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A Song for You
"A Song for You" is a song written and originally recorded by rock singer-songwriter and pianist Leon Russell for his first solo album Leon Russell, which was released in 1970 on Shelter Records. A sl...
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So What chord
In jazz and jazz harmony, a So What chord is a particular 5-note chord voicing. From the bottom note upwards, it consists of three perfect fourth intervals followed by a major third interval. It was e...
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Intuitive music
Intuitive music is a form of musical improvisation based on instant creation in which fixed principles or rules may or may not have been given. It is a type of process music where instead of a traditi...
Polyrhythm
2:3 Polyrhythm (cross rhythm) as bounce inside ovalPolyrhythm is the simultaneous use of two or more conflicting rhythms, that are not readily perceived as deriving from one another, or as simple ma...
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List of 1930s jazz standards
Jazz standards are musical compositions that are widely known, performed and recorded by jazz artists as part of the genre's musical repertoire. This list includes compositions written in the 1930s th...
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Jérôme Noetinger
Jérôme Noetinger (1966 in Marseille) is an improviser and composer of electroacoustic music based in Rives, France.He also runs the record label and record distributor Metamkine and writes in the Fren...
Improvisation in music therapy
In music therapy improvisation is defined as a process where the client and therapist relate to each other. The client makes up music, musical improvisation, while singing or playing, extemporaneously...
Double-time
In music and dance, double-time is a type of meter and tempo or rhythmic feel. It is also associated with specific time signatures such as 2/2. Contrast with half time.In jazz the term means using not...
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Montgomery-Ward bridge
In jazz music, the Montgomery-Ward bridge is a standard chord progression often used as the bridge, or 'B section,' of a jazz standard. The progression consists, in its most basic form, of the chords ...
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Time Structured Mapping
Time Structured Mapping (TSM) is a score based system created and used by the composer Pete M. Wyer. It uses the bar-lines found in conventional musical scores to indicate durational periods during wh...