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27 August, 23:19

The term scatting refers to a singer who:

a. Changes the form of a song.

b. Leaves the stage to get a drink.

c. Sings neutral or non-sense syllables.

d. Allows the instrumentalists to improvise during a musical break.

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  1. 28 August, 00:21
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    1. a type of jazz singing characterized by improvised vocal sounds instead of words. verbWord forms: scats, scatting or scatted.
  2. 28 August, 00:30
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    The term scatting refers to a singer who sings neutral or non-sense syllables.

    Explanation:

    Scatting is a form of singing in vocal jazz whereby a singer improvises, invents, or makes up neutral, wordless, or nonsense vocables or syllables by guessing, or using their instinct or imagination, rather than by a careful plan. In scatting, the singer uses their voice as an instrument to create rhythms and melodies, rather than clear and comprehensible words.
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