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adjective Referring to conventional (i.e., non-alternative or non-complementary) medicine or medical practice.
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When women musicians tell their stories, jazz history tends to come out differently than the usual parade of stars and superlative recordings we often get from mainstream jazz historians.
The Hot 6 perform the kind of jazz that really swings, playing everything from New Orleans through the Tin Pan Alley classics and the swing era, to mainstream jazz recalling the classic small groups of the 1930s.
THE last weekend in July is becoming renowned for a special mainstream jazz gathering in particularly picturesque surroundings.
The goal of the festival has always been the same: the introduction of music on as large a scale as possible, starting with avant-garde and ending with mainstream jazz, including the more interesting styles of world music and blues.
House band New Horizons play contemporary and mainstream jazz featuring well-known standards and works by North West composers.
In the mainstream jazz world, I worked with the popular, multi-talented Sammy Davis, Jr.
For the mainstream jazz fan, get out to Lichfield where Alan Skidmore, one of the greatest British saxophonists, is playing at the Garrick Theatre.
Mike praised his wife's almost encyclopaedic knowledge of modern and mainstream jazz and said she was easily able of distinguish the styles of the various legendary jazz figures.
He'd formed his own quintet by the early 1980s and, as a young fogey, caused quite a stir and raised eyebrows with his virtuoso grasp of vintage mainstream jazz.
Born in Birmingham, Alabama, he first attracted attention as a mainstream jazz pianist and arranger in Chicago during the late 1940s.
An evening of relaxed modern and mainstream jazz, with guest performances from Liverpool vocalist SuEyo and students from Myriad jazz Project.
In addition to what might be considered mainstream jazz acts, we have had to accommodate and entertain the vast diversity that exists in the Los Angeles area, and indeed, beyond the Los Angeles area.