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Synonyms for jazz

empty rhetoric or insincere or exaggerated talk

a genre of popular music that originated in New Orleans around 1900 and developed through increasingly complex styles

a style of dance music popular in the 1920s

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play something in the style of jazz

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Randis Music is an independent record label specializing in Contemporary Jazz, Hip-Hop and R&B, and is the label home of Ragan Whiteside.
As well as enjoying contemporary jazz, members can also benefit from preferential hotel room rates, through ClubTQ's partnership with a number of premier hotels in the region.
Sounds from the Corner: Australian Contemporary Jazz on CD.
This new international peer-reviewed journal devoted entirely to jazz scholarship "bridges the jazz-as-music and jazz-as-culture divide of contemporary jazz studies, as well as promoting broader international perspectives on the jazz tradition and its legacy.
It is hoped a mix of traditional and contemporary jazz, swing and gospel music will appeal to a wide range of audiences.
NEW York guitarist Jeff Golub stands at the musical crossroads of electric and acoustic blues, contemporary jazz, rock and pop.
Contemporary jazz guitarist/producer Paul Brown gathers pals Al Jarreau, Boney James, Bobby Caldwell and Euge Groove for "White Sand" (Peak; $18.
A jazz station, for example, could dedicate channels to contemporary jazz or big band jazz, while streaming along textual data such as artist and song information.
Martin Speake on sax, Dharambir Singh on sitar and Sarvar Sabri on tabla present a fusion of contemporary jazz and Indian classical music.
Contemporary jazz also uses quartal-chord structures similar to those used by Bartok.
In a city where every suburb is well-stocked with dance studios, "The Met" is keeping contemporary jazz dance alive and well in Houston proper.
The dance is influenced and supported by contemporary jazz, baroque and Gypsy musicians.
Using a wealth of musical examples, he explores the ways the genre has developed from the work of early modernist composers such as Margaret Sutherland through the contemporary jazz of pianist Simplicius Cheong.
WATCH out for more news of Jazz Coventry, now putting on contemporary Jazz at three venues - Warwick Arts Centre, Biggin Hall Hotel and the Belgrade Theatre in Coventry.
With contemporary jazz and the premiere tonight you could be off to a night of class with four of your friends.
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