Historic Jazz Style
The general characteristics of the Jazz music are that it is characterized by swing recital practice. An example is that it has weighty intonations on its beat. An example of such beats are two and four or also known as backbeat. Secondly, the music is renowned to explore and try new instrumental techniques which are rarely used by other forms of music. An example is the use of trumpet which uses growls, saxophone which uses altissimo register and trombone notorious for using growls, shakes and others. Thirdly, the music is also characterized by the use of modern drum which emerges for New Orleans artist. Lastly, Saxophone is also placed in front of the line by the popular use of Chicago style.
He was known for his expertise in virtuoso, musician, leader of a band and sporadic pianist. He was a talented musician of jazz music because of his creativity in the field. Many artist or musicians at the time could not stand up to his skills as he developed and used a unique style which incorporated rudiments of gospel, hard bop, free jazz and classical music. Moreover, the musician was known for his medium sized writings of his works. His band was also highly talented and this could be witnessed in each of the pieces he composed. However, the musician had a temper which he was constantly displayed both off and on the stage.
In conclusion, as a musician Mingus was always true to himself and never allowed his moods affect his performances. Majority of his works had an impact to