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    Jazz dance is a performance dance and style that arose in the United States in the mid 20th century. Jazz dance may allude to vernacular jazz about to Broadway or dramatic jazz. The two types expand on African American vernacular styles of dance that arose with jazz music. Vernacular jazz dance incorporates ragtime moves, Charleston, Lindy hop ...

  2. La bossa nova es un género musical de la música popular brasileña derivado del samba y con una fuerte influencia del jazz.. En los inicios, el vocablo se usó para designar una nueva manera de cantar y tocar la samba y vino a ser una «reformulación estética» dentro de la moderna samba urbana carioca.

  3. The Oklahoma Jazz Hall of Fame, located in Tulsa, Oklahoma, is a non-profit organization that honors jazz, blues and gospel musicians in the state of Oklahoma. Housed in the former Tulsa Union Depot , which it now calls the Jazz Depot, [1] the Hall of Fame is a music venue that hosts regular jazz performances.

  4. Honda Jazz generasi kedua yang berkode bodi GE diperkenalkan 17 Oktober 2007 di Tokyo Motor Show. Mobil ini menawarkan wheelbase yang lebih panjang, lebih lebar, dan panjangnya juga bertambah. Tersedia mesin 1.3L i-VTEC (tenaga maksimum 98 hp (73 kW), torsi 133 N·m/4,500 rpm) dan 1.5L i-VTEC (tenaga maksimum 88 kW (120 hp) @ 6600 rpm, torsi 145 N·m/4800 rpm).

  5. AllMusic critic Michael G. Nastos praised the album, writing: "Setting him apart from the rest, this recording established Montgomery as the most formidable modern guitarist of the era, and eventually its most influential...Montgomery is clearly talented beyond convention, consistently brilliant, and indeed incredible in the company of his sidemen, and this recording—an essential addition to ...

  6. The earliest references to jazz performance using the violin as a solo instrument was during the first decades of the 20th century. Early jazz violinists included Eddie South, who played violin with Jimmy Wade's Dixielanders in Chicago; Stuff Smith; Claude "Fiddler" Williams, who played with Andy Kirk and his Twelve Clouds of Joy.