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HISTORY OF JAZZ:
Hard bop: The jazz style associated with the jazz groups of Art Blakey, Horace Oliver, A aggressive style of bop playing, originating on the east coast, and associated with musicians such as Sonny Rollins, Clifford Brown, Jay Jay Johnson, Lee Morgan (etc.).
Head: The melody or pre-written theme for a piece.
Head arrangement: A band arrangement that was created extemporaneously by the musicians, and is not written down.
Head voice: Technique of singing in the high range (not falsetto).
High hat (sock cymbal): A part of the conventional drum set, which brings two cymbals together by means of a foot pedal and is played with the foot, but may be struck with the drumsticks, mallets, brushes. Primarily a constant rhythm keeping component of the drum kit.
Harmony: Simultaneous sounding of two or more tones.
Higher harmony: Extended harmony the upper partials of a chord.
Homophonic: A single melody, usually in the highest voice part, with the harmony in the lower voices acting as an accompaniment.
Horn: A general label for any wind instrument; sometimes includes stringed and percussion instruments as well, (the most general slang term for all instruments is sax).
Hymn: A congregational song, whose words are not taken
directly from the Bible, sung in praise of God
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