Jazz Abstract Art

Jazz album covers and jazz festival posters featuring abstract art
jazzamoart - Google Search

jazzamoart - Google Search

jazzamoart - Google Search

jazzamoart - Google Search

jazzamoart - Google Search

jazzamoart - Google Search

jazzamoart - Google Search

jazzamoart - Google Search

Fue inaugurada en Radio Educación la muestra Jazz mexicano al carbón

Fue inaugurada en Radio Educación la muestra Jazz mexicano al carbón

Horace Parlan

Horace Parlan

Illustration by HRH King David Drummond

Illustration by HRH King David Drummond

Blue note records

Blue note records

Jutta Hipp - Jutta Hipp with Zoot Sims (1956)

Jutta Hipp - Jutta Hipp with Zoot Sims (1956)

From NPR.org:  une 12, 2009 - In 1959, jazz pianist Dave Brubeck topped the pop charts and shook up the notion of rhythm in jazz with an odd-metered song called "Take Five."    Only trained musicians might understand exactly what gave the Paul Desmond-penned song its flow. It was all in the time signature: five beats to the measure, a departure from more traditional four-four time in jazz. It was cutting-edge and cool — a song millions would scoop up and savor.

From NPR.org: une 12, 2009 - In 1959, jazz pianist Dave Brubeck topped the pop charts and shook up the notion of rhythm in jazz with an odd-metered song called "Take Five." Only trained musicians might understand exactly what gave the Paul Desmond-penned song its flow. It was all in the time signature: five beats to the measure, a departure from more traditional four-four time in jazz. It was cutting-edge and cool — a song millions would scoop up and savor.

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