In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1(de jazz) conjunto masculine
- After college, he started playing in jazz and funk combos around the Manchester student pubs of Withington and Fallowfield for a few quid and some beer.
- Ironically, the room is so small that one can hardly envision any kind of live band in it, even a small jazz combo like the one that Jones used.
- In World War I some of the army regimental bands had formed jazz combos to entertain their buddies.
- There's no doubt that keeping an old-style surf-twang instrumental rock combo fresh is hard work.
- The ensemble isn't your usual combo for a rock band.
- The Brazilian samba band, like a symphony orchestra or a jazz combo, unites distinctive voices into an exciting whole.
- Obviously when people come into the church and they see a double-bass and a drummer and piano player, it has that look of being a jazz combo right from the start.
- She has performed with the Greensboro Philharmonia, saxophone quartets and small jazz combos.
- As an organizational psychologist, he has studied the inner workings of everything from firefighting crews to jazz combos.
- The Georgia section, host of the meeting, also celebrated its 100th anniversary with a lively banquet and a jazz combo.
- The classically trained violinist started her career playing in jazz combos.
- Wearing another hat many people around Cumbria will have seen him perform solo or as part of his jazz combo.
- American-, Brazilian-, and Cuban-influenced jazz combos enjoy a small but dedicated following.
- Because, for all of their rock leanings, they are a jazz combo in the best way possible - each player brings a potent set of chops to his respective instrument.
- Members of the popular local jazz combo will be moving far away from their jazzy roots this weekend, however, and will hopefully be creating a whole new buzz with a set of original jazz based vibes.
- Turning his back on the empty symphonic effects that have become clichés, he is breaking new musical ground, using a big steel band as an expansion of his jazz combos.
- Live music at Saturday's event was provided by a 19-piece dance band, two jazz combos and two original 1960s groups.
- By the war's end, demand for small combos rendered Goodman's big bands obsolete.
- It's true there seems to be more pre-punk throwback groups and romantically connected combos gigging nowadays than there were CBGB crowd members in '76.
- There's also a remote chance these lads have heard of an obscure combo called The Rolling Stones.
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