jazz group

NOUN
  1. a small band of jazz musicians
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How To Use jazz group In A Sentence

  • Robert is joined by Vincent Courtois on cello and Cyril Atef on drums in a chamber jazz group of the highest order.
  • The core repertoire of show tunes and standards that most jazz groups rely on means little to most younger record buyers.
  • A great American jazz group, the Louisiana Repertory Jazz Ensemble, happened to be in zlata Praha at the time, and took part in the on-rail festivities. John Brown: Sanity Rally and Cold-War Public Diplomacy
  • He performed with Geoff Love's octet, Ronnie Scott's band, Jack Parnell's big band and Ivor and Basil Kirchin, fitting in a tour of Iceland with Ash in 1953 (billed as "Vic Ash and His Sex Maniacs") before joining the tenorist Whittle's jazz group. Harry Klein obituary
  • The drums and double bass usually form the rhythm section of a jazz group.
  • Members of a successful jazz group need a high level of musicianship.
  • It is a chronicle of his life on the road during the 1990s, when he led a now-disbanded septet that some critics considered to be among the best working jazz groups in recent years.
  • She does ballet and jazz at the Variety Dance Centre and is in a jazz group called Kandy Kids. NewsWire.co.nz
  • I didn't see the point in getting another degree, so I stayed in Boston playing saxophone in Jazz groups and making paintings in my studio.
  • He did so definitively with his 1994 album "Palmas," introducing what he calls his Afro-Caribbean jazz group, still the most elegant and forceful expression of such balance. The Power of the Patriarch
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