All Blues - QUIZ

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1. This piece has no score. Davis gave the players the overall structure, basic chord sequence and _________ and let them improvise their solos.

  • main melodic idea
  • tonal idea
  • syncopation idea
  • scalic idea
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2. 'All Blues' is in G major. It is an example of _____ jazz

  • Modal
  • Scalic
  • Syncopated
  • Rhythmic

3. The structure is basic. It has an intro (opening 4 bars) played by the rhythm section and then a riff. The next section is called the:

  • Syncopated section
  • Arm
  • Head
  • Leg

4. The tenor sax. solo is made of 4 choruses. There are:

  • Fast scales and arpeggios
  • Slow scales and arpeggios
  • Fast scales and quick runs
  • Quick runs

5. The sequence of chords goes:

  • D7x4 Dm7x4 D7x2 Eb/D7 F/G F/G7 D7
  • G7x4 Gm7x2 G7x2 D7 Eb7/D7 F/G F/G6
  • Gm7x4 G7x4 G6x2 D7 Eb7/D7 F/G F/G6
  • G7x4 Gm7x2 G7x2 D7 Eb7/D7 F/G6 F/G

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