In music and jazz harmonythe Stomp progression is an eight-bar chord progression named for its use in the "stomp" section of the composition " King Porter Stomp " by Jelly Roll Morton. The composition was later arranged by Fletcher Hendersonadding greater emphasis on the Trio section, containing a highly similar harmonic loop to that found in the Stomp section. In pieces where the progression is repeated, this becomes something like: [ citation needed ]. The last two measures contain the ragtime progression.
Many bands and composers have Im Calling You Back - The Faros - Im Calling You Back / Im Crying the Stomp chord progression to write new compositions, writing new head tunes or melodiesbut using the chord changes to, as Morton phrased it, "make great tunes of themselves".
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