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  1. jazz

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    • n.
      a type of music of black American origin which emerged at the beginning of the 20th century, characterized by improvisation, syncopation, and usually a regular or forceful rhythm. Brass and woodwind instruments and piano are particularly associated with jazz, although guitar and occasionally violin are also used; styles include Dixieland, swing, bebop, and free jazz.;a style of theatrical dance performed to jazz or popular music.
    • v.
      play or dance to jazz music.
    • noun: jazz, plural noun: jazz ballets

    • verb: jazz, 3rd person present: jazzes, gerund or present participle: jazzing, past tense: jazzed, past participle: jazzed

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    • n.
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    • 1. a type of music of black American origin which emerged at the beginning of the 20th century, characterized by improvisation, syncopation, and usually a regular or forceful rhythm. Brass and woodwind instruments and piano are particularly associated with jazz, although guitar and occasionally violin are also used; styles include Dixieland, swing, bebop, and free jazz.
    • 2. a style of theatrical dance performed to jazz or popular music.
    • v.
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    • 1. play or dance to jazz music.
    • n. jazz as developed in the 1940s and 1950s, especially bebop and the music that followed it.

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    • plural a gesture originating in musical theatre, in which the hands are waved rapidly to and fro with the palms facing forward and the fingers splayed, used typically to express or indicate excitement or triumph.

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    • n. an improvised style of jazz characterized by the absence of set chord patterns or time patterns.

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    • n. an improvised style of jazz characterized by the absence of set chord patterns or time patterns.

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    • n. the 1920s in the US characterized as a period of carefree hedonism, wealth, freedom, and youthful exuberance, reflected in the novels of writers such as F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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    • n. the 1920s in the US characterized as a period of carefree hedonism, wealth, freedom, and youthful exuberance, reflected in the novels of writers such as F. Scott Fitzgerald.

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    • plural a gesture originating in musical theater, in which the hands are waved rapidly to and fro with the palms facing forward and the fingers splayed, used typically to express or indicate excitement or triumph.

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    • n. a kind of popular dance music incorporating elements of jazz, funk, soul, and hip-hop:

    • the acid jazz scene in Chicago

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    • IPA[jaz]

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    • n.
      a type of music of black American origin characterized by improvisation, syncopation, and usually a regular or forceful rhythm, emerging at the beginning of the 20th century. Brass and woodwind instruments and piano are particularly associated with jazz, although guitar and occasionally violin are also used; styles include Dixieland, swing, bebop, and free jazz.
    • v.
      play or dance to jazz music.

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    • 關於jazz的一些問題

      Q1. How is cool jazz distinguished from bop? 涼快的爵士樂怎麼被區別從bop... hard bop movement occurred as a response to cool jazz. What was this new movement trying to achieve...

    • why Jazz music is popular

      When I listen to Jazz, I can feel more comfortable than I listen to heavy mental. According...

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      ...re gonna see your Sheba Shimmy shake And all that jazz Oh, she's gonna shimmy till her garters break And...