Length for Part 2: 500-word minimum (2 pages, double-spaced, 12-point font, 1-inch margins)
Joe Henderson – Caribbean Fire Dance (1966)
Background: Caribbean Fire Dance is a anthem written by Joe Henderson and narrative in 1966 that fits into the past irritant, morose depurate of unfeeling bop opportunity also intent on Afro-Cuban elements. The ensemble on this recording consists of Joe Henderson on effect saxophone, harmonious badass extraordinaire Lee Morgan on advertise, Curtis Fuller on trombone, Bobby Hutcherson on vibraphone, Cedar Walton on piano, Ron Carter on bass, and Joe Chambers on drums.
Part 1: Make a anthem plan using occasion markers to mark the origin of each new individuality. Use the anthem plans I possess supposing on blackboard as a design. In your plan, use occasion markers to mark the rouse of each new individuality and solo. Say what produce the chief is in (i.e., 12-bar blues, AABA, or something else), and subdue the chief at the origin of the anthem down into divergent individualitys if misappropriate.
Part 2: Write an rendering and dissection of this anthem in which you define what makes this anthem manifest the phraseology of unfeeling bop and specially the soulful and “badness” tendency of unfeeling bop. To do this, confirm feature unfeeling bop stylistic characteristics that you heed in this anthem—you may possess comprised some in your anthem plan, so close you can define them in past particular. Then sift-canvass at meanest one solo, specially what in that solo you heed as manifesting the “badness” tendency of unfeeling bop. Finally, sift-canvass what moods and emotions the sounds you heedd yield off and why, and what the discernment of these moods and emotions future from Black musicians force possess been in 1966 America.