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Ensemble Stop-Time Program
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Ensemble Stop-Time Program

The Stop-Time Device: Jazz Development (1906–1999)

King Porter Stomp Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton
Original piano composition (1906 recording)
New Orleans/Chicago Style Jazz (in the style of Louis Armstrong)
New York Style Jazz/Swing (in the style of Fletcher Henderson)
Late Swing (in the style of Teddy Hill)
"Bopesque"T. S. Galloway (b. 1948)
Modern Jazz (in the style of Gil Evans)
Avant-Garde (in the style of the AACM)T. S. Galloway

Black Music Forms in the United States (19th century–2000)

Weatherbird (1923) King Oliver (1885-1938)
As performed by Joe "King" Oliver and Louis Armstrong
Main Stem (1942) Duke Ellington (1899–1974)
Concerto for Cootie (1940) Duke Ellington
I've Been 'Buked (Negro spiritual, late 19th century) Traditional
The St. Louis Blues (blues, 1914) W. C. Handy (1873–1958)
Search Me, Lord (gospel song, 1948) Thomas A. Dorsey (1899–1993)
The Bo Diddley (R&B, 1955) Bo Diddley (b. 1928)
What’d I Say (R&B/soul, 1959) Ray Charles
Shining Star (soul, 1975) White/Bailey/Dunn
As performed by Earth, Wind, and Fire
The Message (rap, 1982) Grandmaster Flash (Joseph Saddler, b. 1958)
Stretch (1998) Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson (1937–2004)