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Melomania: a craze for music. Like any new type of music, jazz had to go through an initiation period until society at large's ears adjusted to the different rhythms.
For instance, in 1918, the New Orleans Times Picayune reported that jazz was â€œsound, loud and meaningless.â€ That composer of American marches, John Philip Sousa, said, â€œJazz is prostituted music, and the sooner we get rid of the stuff the better for our boys and girls.â€
And how are sixteenth notes played in jazz? There's a conflict. Some musicians say that jazz sixteenth notes should be played straight while others say, "put a little swing into them."
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