English to Igbo Meaning of bebop - bebop

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Definitions of bebop in English
Noun(1) an early form of modern jazz (originating around 1940
Verb(1) dance the bebop
Examples of bebop in English
(1) Never one to shy away from diversity, Watanabe has blended straight jazz with bebop , Latin and even African rhythms in order to create some truly unique sounds.(2) She was also friends with bebop wonders Dizzy Gillespie, Bud Powell, and Theolonious Monk, who often sought her advice on how to write or play their own music.(3) During this time he has played bebop with Charlie Parker, free jazz with Ornette Coleman and Jimmy Giuffre, and fusion with Pat Metheny and Jaco Pastorius.(4) Pettiford was the bassist in Dizzy Gillespie's original bebop combo in 1943 and 1944, but by 1945 Gillespie needed a replacement.(5) A particular touchstone of this counterculture was jazz, particularly bebop , and its association with African American culture.(6) It was the birthplace of the style of jazz known as bebop , and home to The Cotton Club, and the Savoy, where the likes of Billie Holiday and Charlie ÔÇÿBirdÔÇÖ Parker held sway.(7) Francis is a contributing editor for The Atlantic Monthly, which features a lot of jazz, and author of several books on the music and musicians from what many people think of as the golden age of jazz - bebop .(8) It was during that festival that she teamed up with the great bebop trumpeter Dizzy Gillespie - pictured here, looking knackered but resplendent in his newly acquired tartan trousers - at the Central Hotel.(9) Maynard draws upon bebop , jazz, funk, swing, classical and contemporary music to create a fresh sound within the classical big band form.(10) When I decided to study music, though, I decided to focus on jazz, particularly bebop , because it gives you a good foundation, a good way of knowing how the science of music works.(11) Charlie Parker may have pioneered bebop jazz, but Miles Davis helped him to establish it.(12) It was in these clubs that Kaufman would experiment with the complex rhythms of bebop .(13) He has studied and performed jazz from bebop to fusion, played as fluently with hardcore and heavy metal musicians as with soundtrack samples.(14) As the trad boom took off, a schism developed between fans who maintained the ÔÇÿtraditionalÔÇÖ style of New Orleans music was the only true jazz and modern fans inspired by Charlie Parker's bebop .(15) What struck me for the first time was the relationship of this style with the style of jazz known as bebop , spurts of dissonant, jagged sound.(16) Louis Armstrong was vocal about his dislike of the bebop innovations of Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie.
(1) eager beaver ::
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1. bop ::
2. bop ::
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bebop, bebops
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