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    While Nat followed in his father’s footsteps and took up the cornet, Adderley migrated to the alto saxophone. He later learned to play tenor and soprano sax as well as the flute.

    Originally from Tampa, Florida , Adderley moved to New York in 1955. [6] [7] His nickname derived from "cannibal", a title imposed on him by high school colleagues as a tribute to his voracious appetite. [8]

    Hard bop is sometimes referred to as "funky hard bop." [1] [3] The "funky" label refers to the rollicking, rhythmic feeling associated with the style. [3] The descriptor is also used to describe soul jazz , which is commonly associated with hard bop. [1] [3] According to Mark C. Gridley, soul jazz more specifically refers to music with "an earthy, bluesy melodic concept and... repetitive, dance-like rhythms.... Note that some listeners make no distinction between 'soul-jazz' and 'funky hard bop,' and many musicians don't consider 'soul-jazz' to be continuous with 'hard bop.'" [1] The term " soul " suggests the church, and traditional gospel music elements such as "amen chords" (the plagal cadence ) and triadic harmonies that seemed to suddenly appear in jazz during the era. [3]


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