[ UK /bɪbˈɒp/ ]
[ US /ˈbiˌbɑp/ ]
  1. an early form of modern jazz (originating around 1940)
  1. dance the bebop
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How To Use bebop In A Sentence

  • Never one to shy away from diversity, Watanabe has blended straight jazz with bebop, Latin and even African rhythms in order to create some truly unique sounds.
  • He has studied and performed jazz from bebop to fusion, played as fluently with hardcore and heavy metal musicians as with soundtrack samples.
  • Jam session, a noun from bebop era, is a stage for jazz musicians demonstrates their technique and creative ideas.
  • It's certainly not easy for a jazz pianist famous for swing to turn over to bebop.
  • ‘No Bop Hop Scop Blues’ was a band original that caustically assailed the emerging bebop intrusion on the jazz scene.
  • Yet his accompaniment relies on the rhythmic complexity of bebop.
  • Airy, instantly accessible but surprisingly subtle music covering ground between modem mainstream and bebop and featuring Barnes alongside trumpeter Adams.
  • Michael Zisman, introduced as "the world's only bebop bandoneonist," contributed "Close Encounters," which also artfully blended the three genres, while an excerpt from Mr. D'Rivera's "Sonata for Clarinet and Piano" came off like a waltz in which some bandito had stolen the third beat. Holiday Cheer
  • Eight town centre venues will feature up to forty bands covering all idioms from New Orleans through swing to bebop and contemporary jazz.
  • Other tracks smuggle in gossamer strands of bebop and cool jazz. Times, Sunday Times
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