What is another word for she-bop?

10 synonyms found


[ ʃiːbˈɒp], [ ʃiːbˈɒp], [ ʃ_iː_b_ˈɒ_p]

Synonyms for She-bop:

How to use "She-bop" in context?

The phrase, "she-bop," was popularized in the 1940s by jazz musicians in their improvisational styles. The phrase is thought to have originated with a clarinet solo by Benny Goodman. The term became associated with the jazz style of the time which was characterized by fast tempo improvisations and syncopated rhythms. The phrase is often associated with the songs of the big band era and is commonly used to describe the jazz sound of the 1940s.

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