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Ethnomusicology 115, Professor Steve Loza, Musical Aesthetics in Los Angeles. Loza discusses the importance of experimentation and innovation in the development of musical aesthetics, specifically exploring how intersecting cultures in Los Angeles led to the development of musical genres such as the free jazz movement in Los Angeles with Gerald Wilson and Eric Dolphy, the rise of Chicano Rap, and the embracing of Mexican musical styles by contemporary Los Angeles bands such as Los Lobos. Includes a conversation with Charles Moore (d. 2014), a prominent jazz trumpeter who taught at Santa Monica College and the California Institute of the Arts.
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Jazz Music--California--Los Angeles Loza, Steven Joseph Moore, Charles Eugene
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