What is a Dippermouth?

What instruments are used in Dippermouth blues?

The instrumentation is as follows:

  • Clarinet.
  • 1st Trumpet.
  • 2nd Trumpet.
  • Trombone.
  • Piano/Banjo/Guitar (one part)
  • Bass/Tuba (one part)
  • Drums.
  • Score.

Who recorded hotter than that?

“Hotter Than That” was written by Armstrong’s wife, Lil, and is taken from the last recording session of Armstrong’s classic Hot Five lineup.

Artist Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five
Recorded 13 December 1927
RYM Rating 3.69 / 5.0 from 57 ratings
Ranked #29 for 1928
Genres Dixieland Vocal Jazz

What are the 3 types of blues?

Although the blues can be categorized in many ways, this portion of the website will focus on describing only three main types of the blues: Work Songs/Field Hollers, Delta Blues and Chicago Blues.

What are the 4 different types of blues?

Modern studies of the blues identify a range of different styles of blues: delta blues, country blues, down-home blues, urban blues, harmonica blues and so on.

What are the 3 characteristics of blues music?

The elements of music in the blues

  • it was common to include bent notes – usually the flattened third, fifth or seventh note of the scale.
  • the performer often improvises over a chord progression.
  • melismas are heard in many blues vocal melodies.

Where was Dippermouth blues developed?

The Gennett studio was in richmond Indiana, 4 hour bus drive there, 4 hour back because no hotel would accommodate African Americans. Armstrong who’s mouth was claimed to be as big as a dipper.

What is the main instrument in blues?

Guitar and vocals are the instruments most frequently heard in blues music. Other instruments commonly heard are piano, harmonica, drums, and bass. Early on, not only were the lyrics of the blues improvised, but the instruments as well.

What are the 3 chords used in the blues?

The standard 12-bar blues progression has three chords in it – the 1 chord, the 4 chord, and then the 5 chord. In the key of E blues, the 1 chord is an E, the 4 chord is an A, and the 5 chord is a B. Let’s talk about blues rhythm.

What are blues chords called?

The most common form of the blues is a 12-bar pattern of chord changes. That is, a repeated twelve-bar chord progression. This is called “12-Bar Blues”.