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NEGLECTED SOUL-JAZZ GUITARISTS OF THE 1960s
Šmoldas, Libor ; HONZÁK, Jaromír (advisor) ; DORŮŽKA, David (referee)
This work deals with a musical genre that borders jazz, gospel and blues, so-called soul-jazz, which peaked in popularity in the 1960s in the USA and as a predominantly afro-american art form went almost unnoticed by the mainstream critics and journalists. The aim of the analysis is to specify it’s characteristics, introduce it’s representatives out of guitarists and describe their musical careers and style. The output of the thesis will be enrichment of my own style in both improvisation and composition.