An article on the Jazz Music section of the Independent website, where this article is being posted, contains incorrect information.
The article says “the last jazz albums released in 2016” and it incorrectly says “1946”.
The article also states “the genre of jazz is called jazz, or its modern variant, soul music.”
It should be Jazz.
It should not be Jazz, and is a form of pop music not Jazz.
There is no jazz genre.
Jazz is a term for an art form that includes pop music and many other styles.
A music magazine, The Boston Phoenix, in its jazz section said “the most popular genre in jazz is the blues”.
This is incorrect.
Jazz does not exist in the same way as blues.
There are three types of jazz musicians: traditionalists, modernists and modernists.
Traditionalists make up the majority of jazz music, but modernists have a large following and are the ones most likely to use the term “jazz” to refer to their music.
Modernists make a small amount of jazz and classical music but have a small following.
The word “jazzy” is also used in a different sense in jazz.
A jazz singer or musician can also be referred to as “jazi” in the sense of “jaggie”.