Some of the assessments that should be taken to assess Ivan’s inability to pass urine include; Assessing the medical history of the patient. This includes recording and asking questions to the client on matters related to lower urinary tract symptoms, asking whether the patient has incurred prostate issues, checking on eating and drinking habits of… Continue reading Assessing the medical history of the patient.
Jazz Theories According to Levine in the Jazz Theory Book, there exist a few theories that explain jazz music. Such theories include the basic theory and chord scale theory (Levine & Mark, 26). The basic theory explains the nitty-gritty of the components that formed jazz music. under this theory; there are three main components: intervals,… Continue reading the Jazz Theory Book summary.
Jazz Founding Fathers The existence of jazz music currently results from the effort by veteran jazz musicians who devoted their musical careers to propel the popularity of jazz music in the world. Notably, some key names are well recognized for their work in jazz music, such as; Morton, King Oliver Joe, Armstrong, Allen Henry ‘Red’,… Continue reading Jazz Founding Fathers summary.
Louis Armstrong “Satchmo” was a trumpet player who revolutionized the vocal style and instrumentals of jazz. Just like other musicians at the time, he relocated to New York, where he recorded several songs (Scaruffi & Piero, 5). He is recognized for his push for solo performance, which later became common among jazz musicians. He stood… Continue reading The vocal style and instrumentals of jazz
Improvisation in Jazz Improvisation in jazz is a common practice whereby it involves applying different tools, moods, and styles in jazz. Earlier on, jazz was purely a rendition of simple melodies and rhythms (Coker & Jerry, 13). However, improvisation has come when jazz musicians have brought in several aspects such as humanity, musicianship, and intellect.… Continue reading Improvisation in Jazz Summary.
Modern Day Jazz Jazz has come a long way from the 19th century. Presently, jazz has established itself as an integral part of music, and much effort has been directed. According to an interview by Jazz standard on a renowned Jazz artist, Karin Allyson, jazz has become a local brand that is not formed along… Continue reading Modern Day Jazz summary.
Jazz: A History of Music and the Dance Introduction Music as a whole has been in existence for as old as humankind. Music is an art that exists to serve different purposes, ranging from entertainment, communication, and a reference tool for preserving certain cultures and traditions (Burgess & Richard, 24). Over time, music has evolved… Continue reading A History of Music and the Dance Introduction.
Prehistory of Jazz Before the actual inception of modern-day jazz music, there existed various genres that inspired the development of jazz. During this period, the African Americans generated music that involved more body movement, such as using fingers and hand edges to repeatedly jab the drumhead, which produced a throbbing pulsation (Gioia & Ted, 112).… Continue reading Prehistory of Jazz summary.
The Jazz Age Like the Congo square dance was phased out by the emergence of jazz in the mid of 19th century, jazz was also undergoing a revolution and for a revolution works on the principle of bringing in a new concept by phasing out the existing one (Scaruffi & Piero, 47). As jazz grew… Continue reading The Jazz Age summary.