fugue and discuss it without a performance. In jazz, it's the
performance, the recording that counts. Technically, yes we could point to an
Ellington score, but it isn't the same. We need the recording (or a live
performance). Of course this suggests many versions of a single piece, but
that's jazz. Improvising-the idea of a "break" - A soloist improvises on a theme
for several bars. Or variation of a melody the 2nd or 3rd time it's played,
embellishing it, playing slightly before (or after) the beat.
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