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In the mid-20th century, jazz changed again as mood, feeling, and complex musical imaginings dominated. Miles Davis, Charlie Parker, and John Coltrane led this “cool” style of jazz. Davis later helped introduce “jazz fusion,” blending rock and other popular music with his jazz. Jazz today is more varied than ever before. And jazz keeps growing in many directions. ★ LEARN MORE! READ THESE ARTICLES… LOUIS ARMSTRONG (VOLUME 3) • COUNT BASIE (VOLUME 4) POPULAR MUSIC (VOLUME 3) 35 Answer: Jazz began with the songs, chants, and music of African slaves in America.
Beethoven’s music was a bridge between a stricter musical tradition and a freer, more deeply emotional music. He also brought new ideas and life to such classical music forms as the sonata, symphony, concerto, and quartet. Some of his best-known works include the Moonlight Sonata, the Pastoral and Eroica symphonies, and the Emperor Concerto. After some years Beethoven realized that he could not hear things clearly anymore—not even what he himself was playing. Doctors told him he could never be cured.