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Jazz Concerts

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Jazz concert releases the fluids of creativity, freedom, mutual respect and tolerance. Jazz belongs to improvisational types of music, in which the emphasis is put on the very process of making music. This process occurs in real time.

Every year, thousands of tourists travel to unknown tiny towns and even villages or famous concert halls to enjoy this atmosphere. If you "hunt" for jazz tour of a particular artist, choose concerts dates that are the most convenient for you in terms of location.

Jazz music is considered to be quite free music because the performers of this genre do not follow absolutely any limits. This is the music of free folk, not dependent on any norms or rules. The peculiarity of jazz-style compositions is that it can never be played in one order, each time it sounds different. A man in jazz is a man who can laugh at himself because of the self-irony and a positive attitude to the world. 

Characteristic features of the musical language of jazz originally were described as improvisation, polyrhythm, the unique set of techniques for performing rhythmic textures - swing. Like reggae & hip hop, jazz is traditionally considered as a "black music". Blues is a representative of the secular music of Afro-Americans, which appeared long before jazz. The word "blue" is multi-valued and stands out as "blue", "sad", "sad", "melancholy", etc. 

This ambiguity is inherent in long songs, the text of which always contains a certain neglect and ambiguous emotion-sorrow often comes along with humor, purity with vulgarity, etc. The starting point for developing jazz takes place in New Orleans at the beginning of the 20s century. 

Among the leading jazzmen of New Orleans are Joe King Oliver, Louis Armstrong, Kid Ory. The first Dixieland's - big jazz ensembles formed in the New Orleans, among which the original Dixieland Jass Band, which in 1917 made the first jazz record, occupies a special place. 

Usually, Louis Armstrong is considered to be the most prominent jazz musician of all time. Louis Armstrong's pipe is honored for his lively style, ingenuity, virtuosity, musical expressiveness, and dynamic spectacle. He is known for his squeaky voice and career, lasting more than five decades. Armstrong's influence on music is impossible to appreciate. 

Miles Davis is one of the most influential musicians of the 20th century. Together with his musical collectives, Davis has been the central figure of jazz music since the mid-40's, including bi-boo, cool jazz, hard-bop, modal jazz and jazz fusion. Davis tirelessly expanded the boundaries of artistic expression, making him often characterized as one of the most innovative and respected artists in the history of music. 

Herbie Genkok will always be one of the most respected and controversial jazz musicians - just like his mentor Miles Davis. Unlike Davis, who steadily moved forward and never looked back, Genkok zigzag-like runs between almost electronic and acoustic jazz and even R'n'B. Despite his electronic experiments, Genkok's love for the piano is not diminished, but his piano playing style continues to evolve into ever more rigid and complex forms. 

The most famous jazz musician since 1980. In the early 80's, Wynton Marsalis was discovered as a young and very talented musician and decided to make a living by playing acoustic jazz rather than funk or R'n'B. Since the 70s, jazz has seen a huge shortage of new trumpeters, but the unexpected popularity of Marsalis has inspired a new interest in jazz music. 

The most famous jazz performers are Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Norah Jones, Amy Winehouse and of course Frank Sinatra.

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