big band

  1. a large dance or jazz band usually featuring improvised solos by lead musicians
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How To Use big band In A Sentence

  • Traditional jazz is the focus, though everyone from big bands to folksy trios to zydeco troupes play.
  • For many, Nirvana was the last big band that mattered, a highly critical and credible force in an industry that thrives more and more on homogeny.
  • Clare's songs are again a mix of favourite oldies and cracking originals, not a misfire among them, taking in pop, big band and samba but possessing a distinctive style.
  • Follow one big band to accompany after one's death with accompany personnel.
  • The band's origins stem from Edwards wanting to create a big band to perform improvised or free music, which is still anchored in some way, by a structure.
  • Playing this sort of music did nothing to bring me towards liking pop but that all changed when I got a job as a roadie for Johnny Dankworth's big band.
  • Consisting of nine members (including two DJs!), the band are a mixing pot of funk, hip hop, big band jazz, rock and turntablism – all delivered in their energetic and off-kilter style. What Are You Reading? | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment
  • To borrow the name of another big band of the era, that period was all a bit of a blur. The Sun
  • Well, if there's anything that Ken hates more than double-crossing, back-stabbing business partners, it's big band music.
  • Quitting while he was ahead, Shaw led his last big band in 1950.
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