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- History of the Drum Set
- For the new wave of be bop drummers, the focal point became the ride section.
- Misreading the Random: A Translational Reading of the Japanese
- playing a Japanese anime DVD called Cowboy Bebop that he had just received in the mail from an ..
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- Within a more general research, when studying the etymology of positive .
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- Bebop - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- bebop - Online Etymology Dictionary
- 1944, from bebop, rebop, bop, nonsense words in jazz lyrics, attested from at least 1928. The style is associated with Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie.
- bebop (dance) - Memidex dictionary/thesaurus
- Aug 1, 2011 "bebop" (dance) definition: to dance the bebop. Synonyms: bop. Type of: dance.
- Bebop | Define Bebop at Dictionary.com
- Origin: 1940–45, Americanism; probably from the nonsense syllables typical of scat singing. Related forms. be·bop·per, noun.
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