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swing music:

see jazzjazz,
the most significant form of musical expression of African-American culture and arguably the most outstanding contribution the United States has made to the art of music. Origins of Jazz

Jazz developed in the latter part of the 19th cent.
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07590 471888 MUSIC Donnie Joe's American Swing A swing music cruise departing from Penarth Pier at 7.45pm.
Familiar with Goodman new style in radio, a huge crowd turned out on this day for his performance of swing music at Palomar Ballroom.
Jumping forward to the end of the week and to Paphos, the night-life scene will present some jazz and swing music when the band of young university students named Swinging Souls will take to the Technopolis 20 stage on Saturday.
As Chris added: "The numbers are almost modern classics and swing music has a great following in the country.
It's one of a number of things we've ordered - either my wedding veil, bunting for the church hall, a CD of 1920s swing music or a replacement handle for my car after husband-to-be managed to tear the other one off the door in Incredible Hulk style.
Swing music, or simply swing, a form of American music that developed in the early 1930s and became a distinctive style by 1940, has made a sudden resurgence in popularity in the kingdom.
Bon | Voyage is offering a Mississippi Swing music steamboat cruise for PS2,549- a saving of PS1,350) on this eight-night holiday departing on September 5 of 12.
is a bubble show loaded with visual comedy, quick wit, big band swing music and the untamed, often unbelievable qualities and beauty of spherical liquids.
A live band provides jazz and swing music and after the brunch guests can have 'Swinging Sundowners' on the restaurant's terrace.
e Glass House will provide live jazz and swing music on certain nights, and Mr Nigrelli is also working with Newcastle College to help students gain hospitality experience.
He pops up as presenter of this programme telling the story of the Big Bands and swing music in Britain, from World War II right through to the present day - and it's a topic that's close to his heart, given that he spent many of his younger days listening and dancing to the music of Ted Heath, Glenn Miller and Joe Loss.