Der Leidenschaftliche Zeitgenosse

Author: Insa Wilke
Publisher: S. Fischer Verlag
ISBN: 3104035075
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Arne Reimer: American Jazz Heroes. Besuche bei 50 Jazz-Legenden. Köln: Jazz
Thing Verlag Axel Stinshoff, 2013. Klaus Nüchtern: Früher waren die Friseure
frecher. Wien: Metroverlag, 2013. Franz Hohler: Der Geisterfahrer. Die
Erzählungen. München: Luchterhand, 2013. Raúl Aguayo-Krauthausen:
Dachdecker wollte ich eh nicht werden. Das Leben aus der Rollstuhlperspektive.
Reinbek bei Hamburg: Rowohlt, 2014 (gemeinsam mit Marion Appelt). Leitfaden
für amerikanische ...

The Color Of Jazz

Publisher: Univ. Press of Mississippi
ISBN: 9781604737295
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(dating from slavery, when African cultural elements and strategies of resistance
to oppression were hidden or masked in burgeoning African American culture)
and the hegemonic influence of dominant culture's different themes and tropes (
which ... Among the specific uses of jazz, jazz musicians, and the jazz subculture
I examine are the construction of a jazz tradition, the depiction of jazz heroes, the
link between the music and peoplehood, portrayals of interaction between
performer ...

Innovators Of American Jazz

Author: Stanley I. Mour
Publisher: Enslow Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 0766041662
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Moor follows ten prominent jazz. through their many successes and through
varied hardships. SIC-DH: Joplin Benjamin David Goodman legglmm )tfittjlfl'
Lguig Charles Christopher Parker Mars-51115 Armstrong Mary Lou Williams
Dulles El ington Dizzy Gillespie hililes Dewey Ditvis, III Inspiring Collective
Biographies Penning American Daredevil American [mentors- of Heroes of
Esplomiioa the Iliirh Century and ~1ht”:st of “and Warll Harlem
Renaissance Artists and Writers ...

Italian Americans Bridges To Italy Bonds To America

Publisher: Teneo Press
ISBN: 1934844276
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Since colonial times, Italians who immigrated to America often numbered many
musicians and artists who served the American public as the nation grew out of a
primitive stage of art and music. Concentrating on the 1920s and early 1930s, the
formative stage of American jazz, the author singles out a number of Italian
Americans who were the peers of many of the great black jazz heroes led by
Louis Armstrong. Eddie Lang (nee Sal- vatore Massaro) and his childhood friend,
Joe ...

A History Of African American Jazz And Blues

Author: Joan Cartwright, M.A.
ISBN: 0557060109
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Jazz became a language, a dialogue between players and audience. The next
stage of development - bebop - was accomplished in the mid1940s by
saxophonist Charlie "Bird" Parker whose emotional and technical range carried
jazz forward into modernism at a time when sentimentality was rampant among
Americans emerging from taxing depression and war. Musical heroes like Dizzy
Gillespie, Bud Powell, Charles Mingus, Erroll Garner, Barry Harris and
Thelonious Monk ...


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... French label Disques Vogue recorded American jazz heroes touring and living
in France — where they were often more appreciated than at home.
Documenting separate sessions by mellow-toned saxophonists Lucky Thompson
and Gigi Gryce, "In Paris" stands out for its original material, written by the leaders
and a young Quincy Jones. The disc also includes two fine tracks by trumpeter
Art Farmer. An 11- title reissue series of the Disques Vogue material also
includes a generous ...

African American Jazz And Rap

Author: James L. Conyers, Jr.
Publisher: McFarland
ISBN: 9780786462384
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The timbres vary from moans, groans, and shouts to song-speech utterances,
and while the blues is not performed in rites or rituals, the blues singer's
predecessors, like the griot of old, sang of traditional heroes like John Henry and
the boll weevil, and other ballad subjects, which clearly emphasized values.43
All of these forms and devices are indicative of existing traditions and of the
African past. Finally, jazz, which emerged at the turn of the century from the “hot
music” of New ...

Incredible African American Jazz Musicians

Author: Stephen Feinstein
Publisher: Enslow Publishers, Inc.
ISBN: 9781598451375
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Now he practiced piano every spare moment, determined to learn how to play
ragtime and blues. He listened to as many Washington piano players as he could
. He would spend time at Frank Holliday's pool hall, where he heard local rag
pianists playing the latest tunes. Duke also sneaked into burlesque shows, where
pianists played in various popular styles. Ragtime pianists became Duke's
heroes, and he dreamed of following in their footsteps. Duke Ellington According
to writer ...

Jazz And Culture In A Global Age

Author: Stuart Nicholson
Publisher: Northeastern University Press
ISBN: 1555538444
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This has tended to shape how the music is presented, taught in jazz education,
consumed, and debated in local jazz economies. In many countries, the history of
the music is fetishized almost exclusively in American terms,130 even though
these communities may have a history of long engagement with the music and
thus their own “history of jazz” and “local heroes” who may have “approached
jazz performance in original ways, transcending the hegemonic influence of
America's jazz ...