Louisiana Public Broadcasting
Jazz for Young People
QUIZ 1

Fill-In-The-Blank

Answers:

Buddy
call
front
groove
rhythm
second
collective
register

1. In a New Orleans jazz band, the trumpet, clarinet, and trombone make up the front line.

2. The rhythm section is made up of the piano, banjo, bass (or tuba) and drums.

3. The second line is the name for the dancers that parade behind the band.

4. The bass and the drums work together to create the groove .

5. Cornetist Buddy Bolden led one of the first great New Orleans jazz bands.

6. When two or more instruments make up melodies at the same time it is called collective improvisation.

7. Call and response is a kind of musical conversation.

8. The clarinet plays way up high, while the trombone plays in the lower register .

Good Job!

Privacy Policy    |    Public & EEO Reports    |    louisiana.gov    |    LPB Webmail   |    Closed Captions   |    Contact & Address
© 1995 - 2014 LETA. All Rights Reserved.