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trading phrases

trading phrases

In a practice that descends from field hollers in traditional African culture, jazz players will sometime trade solo phrases in a seesaw or round-robin sequence. This is typically done in 4-bar or 8-bar phrases, known respectively as “trading fours” and “trading eights.”

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