Genre: stridePlay genre
Stride music is a subgenre of jazz piano that emerged in the 1920s and 30s. It is characterized by a highly rhythmic and improvisational style, with the left hand playing a steady bass line while the right hand plays syncopated melodies and chords. Stride music often features virtuosic solos and incorporates elements of blues and ragtime. It was popularized by a number of influential pianists, including those mentioned above.