Dixieland

[ UK /dˈɪksiːlənd/ ]
[ US /ˈdɪksiˌɫænd/ ]
NOUN
  1. the southern states that seceded from the United States in 1861
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How To Use Dixieland In A Sentence

  • With 11 musicians playing the best in Dixieland and traditional jazz it should be a night to remember.
  • He also leads an octet and the South City Six Dixieland Jazz Band.
  • Since a majority of Dixieland numbers have long chains of secondary dominants you end up using the following scale respectively over each consecutive chord.
  • This is an intriguing document of the origins of one of the most influential intrusions on the British jazz scene since the Original Dixieland Jazz Band showed up in London in the 1920s.
  • The band has a wide appeal, playing everything from small band swing to Dixieland jazz and 50s influenced rhythm and blues.
  • The tuba provides foursquare, marching-band / Dixieland resonance, the oud lends tart, percussive bite, and the bowed cello contributes some highbrow ambience.
  • When he got his first phonograph as a teenager in New Orleans, he had a lot of records by the Original Dixieland Jazz Band, but he also had a lot of Caruso and John McCormack and (unintelligible) and as he might have put it, Tetrazzini. 'Pops': Louis Armstrong, In His Own Words
  • ‘The music is mostly traditional jazz, Dixieland and mainstream jazz,’ said Mr Frank, a double-bass player who took to the stage himself with his Dixieland All Stars.
  • His playing carried the Dixieland flavor, but he was a highly respected musician who added bluesy vocals to his work.
  • Call it ‘Frisco Jazz,’ call it ‘Dixieland’ or ‘Traditional Jazz,’ it matters not - it's simply good-time music!
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