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"O samba, a prontidão e outras bossas são nossas coisas, são coisas nossas." ("Samba, readiness and other bossas are our things, are things from us.")

" St. Louis Blues " (1914) by . Handy has a habanera/tresillo bass line. Handy noted a reaction to the habanera rhythm included in Will H. Tyler's "Maori": "I observed that there was a sudden, proud and graceful reaction to the rhythm...White dancers, as I had observed them, took the number in stride. I began to suspect that there was something Negroid in that beat." After noting a similar reaction to the same rhythm in "La Paloma", Handy included this rhythm in his "St. Louis Blues," the instrumental copy of "Memphis Blues," the chorus of "Beale Street Blues," and other compositions." [6] Jelly Roll Morton considered the tresillo/habanera (which he called the Spanish tinge ) to be an essential ingredient of jazz. [7] The habanera rhythm can be heard in his left hand on songs like "The Crave" (1910, recorded 1938).

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