11 setembro 2014
KCEA Jazz radio
The Big Bands are back!
Big bands flourished through the Great Depression (the 1930s).
During World War II jazz was used to lift the morale of American troops.
It also helped to overcome segregation, because many of the most famous big bands were fully integrated by black musicians or mixed.
They served to spread some cultural patterns all over the world, along with cinema and cartoons.
Big bands provided some great musical standards. Most important: it is fabulous music.
In the cartoon above, Count Basie, Benny Goodman (middle) and Artie Shaw (at the right, also with the clarinet).
Playlist: KCEA's homepage.
If KCEA streaming seems to be experiencing problems, listen to Jazz Music at I Love Jazz
Try also Swissradio Jazz Station.
If you're not listening to the music,
Or open your music player (VLC, Windows Media Player, ITunes, Real Player, etc) and press comands ctrl+U and paste http://streaming.rubinbroadcasting.com/kcea
Caso você não esteja ouvindo a música
Tente pela página do TuneIn
Ou abra seu player de música (VLC, Windows Media Player, ITunes, Real Player, etc), pressione ctrl+U e, na janela que abrir, cole o link http://streaming.rubinbroadcasting.com/kcea
- KCEA California
- SwissRadio Jazz
- Rádio Batuta
- Jazz with Coleman Hawkins
- Lionel Hampton
- I love jazz
- Les Brown Orchestra
- Big Band Land
- Jazz of the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s
- Bobby Hackett
- O que as pessoas ouviam no ano em que nasci
- Great jazz singers
- Brasília Super Rádio FM
- Duke Ellington
- Nara Leão
- Jazz & Tal
- Tom Jobim
- Tom Jobim (instrumental)
- Dave Brubeck
- Música Italiana
- Ernesto Nazareth
- Accordeón Musette