[Dixielandjazz] Of barbershop harmonies and early jazz

jazz en ville jazz-en-ville at orange.fr
Wed Sep 21 09:25:18 EDT 2016

Thank you Ken,for this very interesting contribution.

By these times, jazz, learnt in schols and universities, has no longer 
strong coloured tones. Do African-american people remember today  how 
their fathers influenced jazz?

Alain de La Simone

Le 15/09/2016 à 15:32, Ken Gates a écrit :
> The link is to an interesting article pertaining to the development of
> barbershop harmonies and the significant contribution of southern black
> male voices in the late 1800s and early 1900s.  Another aspect of how
> ragtime, marches, blues, and hymns and evolved into the ensemble
> sound of early jazz. Worth a read.
> Ken Gates
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