All The Jazz
Cool Cat
Jazzy
Uniqueness
Musical Art
100
Jazz music started in this country.
United States of America
100

Jazz musicians developed a stronger use for this instrument

Drum set

100

What instrument does Dizzy Gilles play? 

Trumpet

100

Who is the greatest jazz musician of all time? (One correct answer is needed)

Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Charlie Parker, Miles Davis 

100
This person said that jazz music should be felt and if you gotta ask you'll never know.
Louis Armstrong
200
Jazz began in this city
New Orleans
200

These words are jazz terms. (only need to get one correct)

improvisation, swing, blues, bebop, and blues.

200

What is it called when a jazz singer improvises? 

Scat singing

200

The three things that make jazz distinct are these.

Harmony, rhythm, and improvisation

200
This is another word for off beat.
Syncopation
300

What instrument does Mr. Louis Armstrong play? 

Trumpet

300

How many types of jazz are there (2 types are enough)

swing, big band, bebop, traditional, cool, modern, and contemporary,

300

What is it called when a jazz musician has the freedom to change the melody and rhythm of a song? 

Improvisation 

300

What instrument is the most played in jazz music?

Saxophone 

300
Jazz music dealt with human survival and the expression of this.
Expression of life
400

Jazz traveled up this river.

The Mississippi River

400

Jazz is the  1st, 2nd, or 3rd, most celebrated genre.

3rd

400

Jazz music was played in these places (get at least 2 correct)

Clubs, streets, and river boats

400

Which one of these is a well known jazz instrument? Is it the violin, cello, or the saxophone 

Saxophone 

400
Jazz is the art of expression set to this.
Music
500

Jazz was considered to be an American Musical _____ form

Art form.

500

Jazz brought together elements of these styles of music.

Ragtime, marching band, and blues

500

Jazz music was played using syncopation or this.

Off beat (polyrhythms)

500
Jazz also dealt with traditional what
values
500
Cool and totally were originally jazz terms. (true or false)
False
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