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jazz rhythmic

Bop, or bebop, style of jazz developed toward the end of World War II, so named in imitation of its basic rhythmic feature. Under the inspiration of musicians like Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker, bop broke with the blues tradition, and carried jazz forward into new harmonic and rhythmic fields, opening the way for a more intellectual kind of jazz.

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