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Thread: Is there a name for this effect in music?

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    Just listened to "Alabama Song (Whiskey Bar)" and Yes! That's exactly the kind of stuff I've been looking for. Thanks a ton for sharing.

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    1) In jazz it is stride piano, played by the left hand -- top players included Thomas ("Fats") Waller and Jack Johnson.

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    Been listening to jazz music with the stride effect, and I sorta hear it. It tends to go from low to high at a slower tempo, where in my examples, it's more like rapid bouncing.

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    Yes there is a limit to how fast a single hand of a pianist can go back and forth.

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