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Swing jazz was popular during which period? 1910s 1920s 1930s 1950s User: Which of the following musicians is known for "cool jazz" music? Louis Armstrong Miles Davis Count Basie Duke Ellington
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The music of the Romantic period is all about what? Emotion Precision Vocal pieces Improvisation
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The music of the Romantic period is all about emotion.
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