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Who was the most prolific and first significant composer of Big Band jazz?
What were the four sections of a big band ensemble?
What big band leader was known as the “King of Swing”?
Which big band singer was known as the “Queen of Scat”?
Creating “space” between the chords in the accompaniment by the piano is called:
Singing an improvised melody with nonsense syllables is called:
Which instrument was NOT a part of a typical Big Band ensemble?
The term “collective improvisation” is best associated with Big Band jazz.
Which early jazz instrument disappeared from jazz instrumentation by the Big Band era?
Which white bandleader helped mainstream and popularize jazz through his national radio broadcasts?
Which significant jazz composer is known for his progressive harmonies, unique tonal colors, and expansion of jazz structural forms?
The style of jazz piano popularized by Count Basie, where space was created between the chords, was called:
Up-tempo Big Band music was called “hot” jazz; while slower Big Band music was called: