Jazz Repertory Orchestra Descriptive Essay by Jay Writtings LLC

Jazz Repertory Orchestra
A description of a Jazz Repertory Orchestra concert.
# 118495 | 1,253 words | 0 sources | 2010 | US
Published on Feb 02, 2010 in Music Studies (Blues, Jazz)

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The writer relates how much he enjoyed the Jazz Repertory concert that showcased various pieces from great artists such as Charlie Parker, Louis Armstrong, Freddie Hubbard and Chuck Mangione. The writer describes each song that was featured and posits that it was an honor to be able to attend this concert and listen to these musicians' great pieces.

From the Paper:

"The concert that I attended was the Jazz Repertory Orchestra: A Jitterbug Jamboree. At this concert, they mainly played popular jazz hits by Louis Armstrong, Chuck Mangione, Freddie Hubbard and Charlie Parker. During this concert, I was a very active listener. I enjoyed the music and the dancing as well. It was a lively, upbeat concert that was full of fun and excitement for everyone.
"The band played various popular pieces from "Hot Five" and "Hot Seven" by Louis Armstrong, "Hill Where the Lord Hides", "Children of Sanchez", and "Bellavia" by Chuck Mangione, "ole" and "Red Clay" by Freddie Hubbard, and "Jazz at Massey Hall" by Charlie Parker. These were all popular jazz songs made famous by these artists."

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