Miles Davis biography

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Music and Movies

 

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Paul M

 

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August 9, 2013

 

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He quickly became fond of jazz, predominantly the new sounds being created by Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie. Davis' father sent him to Julliard to study music, but Miles didn't spend much time there, dropping out. 2.0 Development of Jazz Bebop or bop Miles had his professional performance when he was seventeen years old; he joined Charlie Parker, a talented saxophonist with the Billy Eckstine Band in 1944 (Bowden, 2007)...
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Charlie was known as the inspired strength behind a new form of jazz that later to be called bebop; the term refers to a musician modified accents to give an unpredictable and exciting sound in the music (PBS, 2005). Bebop or bop developed as the first jazz that had small ensemble – a quintet or sextet made up a rhythm section (piano, bass, and drums) and “front line” of only two or three instrumentalists (Kingman, 1990)...
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