#美国音乐#—大型爵士乐团/摇摆乐时期—从20世纪20年代到40年代晚期，美国流行音乐以大乐团为主 — 由10-25名音乐家演奏萨克斯管、小号、长号和节奏部分的团队 。
这一流派最初的特点是浪漫甜蜜的旋律，之后发展到包括摇摆乐和更多的即兴创作。美国艺术家如班尼·古德曼（Benny Goodman），艾灵顿公爵（Duke Ellington）和格伦·米勒（Glenn Miller）都在创造这种音乐中发挥了作用。二战期间，大型爵士乐队在鼓舞军队士气上发挥了重要的作用。
#AmericanMusic – Big Band/Swing Era – In the 1920’s through the late 1940’s, American popular music was dominated by big bands – groups consisting of 10-25 musicians playing saxophones, trumpets, trombones and a rhythm section.
These jazz bands, jazz orchestras or dance bands as they were called played a style of jazz music that was arranged in advance and noted on sheet music, as opposed to improvised by the individual artists.
The genre was initially characterized by a sweet and romantic melody and evolved to include the swing style and more improvisation. American artists such as Benny Goodman, Duke Ellington and Glenn Miller all played a role in shaping this music. During World War II, Big Bands played an important role in raising troop morale.
Have you ever listened to Big Band music?
For more information see (eng): https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Big_band