Mainstream jazz is a musical style of jazz that was developed from the 1950s by musicians such as Buck Clayton among others; He interprets what was part of the big swing bands but they did not abandon the bebop style jumping from one style to another while small groups formed. In the mid-1960s, the style era fell, but it recovered as soon as the 1970s passed. The term was coined by jazz music expert Stanley Dance in the 1950s.2 The precise definition is "slippery," although other authors require different limitations, in a broader sense of jazz soloists according to chords, Louis's style. Armstrong in the 1920s, or even the jazz fusion.

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