Song Analysis: Sing, Sing By Benny Goodman

Topics: Jazz, Music, Blues, Louis Armstrong, Bebop, Duke Ellington / Pages: 2 (286 words) / Published: Apr 13th, 2016
After listening to all sixteen musical pieces, and from the three big band selections we have to choose from, I want to say that my favorite one is “Sing, Sing, Sing” by Benny Goodman. One of the reasons could be because I had hear this musical piece before, maybe in movies, commercial, or cartoons, but also for its rhythm, fast tempo and fast beat. This type of music was famous during the swing music area, not that I remember it, but it is depicted on almost all movie scenes of that era. Some of the sections of the song that really attracts me are the drum and clarinet soloed. The combination of the two going back and forward, complementing each other, it’s static. This is one of those musical pieces that everyone young and old can enjoy.

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