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4779RE : Re: [RedHotJazz] Re:Earliest jazz in Europe

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  • lmme2010
    Sep 29, 2007
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      Hello Olivier

      What does mean please :
      " and having a ball with someone she loved. "


      , seen here but not understood .


      june
      --- Olivier Douville <douvilleolivier@...> a écrit :

      > Also Stravinsky wrote for M. Woody Herman his Ebony Concerto (1945) not that
      > much a ragtime piece. Darius Milhaud was in Harlem, at the end of the
      > twenties, where he bought a lot of Black Swan Records. And in a place
      > called the "Boeuf sur le toit" in, Paris many jazz musicians played, close
      > to ragtimme but sometimes really hot like Crickett Smith who reorded behind
      > the voice of the french poet Jean Cocteau in 1929 (Pathé recrodings). French
      > surréalists poets Leiris and Desnos was found of Ethel Waters and Lee Morse
      > but didn't semes to know bessie Smith or MA or IDa. . Paris "des années 20"
      > was a place where people could heard Billy Arnold, Louis Mitchell, and some
      > more groups. It has been said that young Django spend most of his night
      > listening to the band of Billy Arnold.
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      > Satie and Debussy take part of their inspiration in "Ministrel Songs", too.
      > Sorry for my english I hope I make myself undestood. Good day.
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      > Satie (and Stravinsky) seemed to have been influenced
      > more by ragtime than what we would call jazz, but
      > Europeans were introduced to something like our jazz
      > in the First World War, when, among other, the James
      > Europe military band went over and played a wide
      > variety of musics, including orchestrated ragtime.
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      > I also remember seeing a recording by a Swedish jazz
      > band doing a straight-up imitation of the Original
      > Dixieland Jazz Band....in 1919!
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      > Michael Ullman
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