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Jazz: A History, Frank Tirro, Second Edition

ספר מחיר: ₪ 294.00 מס' קטלוגי: 0650 הוסף לסל

Updated to reflect the developments in study and revised insights since 1960, this history of jazz now covers many latter-day giants, such as Miles Davies, John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman and Wynton Marsalis. Musical examples are cited and a selective bibliography and discography are included.

Contents

List of Illustrations
Preface
  1. INTRODUCTION
    America's Classical Music. Precursors.
  2. RAGTIME
    Introduction. A Southern Rag. Style Characteristics. Piano Rags . Scott Joplin. James Scott. Joseph F. Lamb. Ragtime Jazz.
  3. THE BLUES
    Introduction. Blues Form. Country Blues. "Papa" Charlie Jackson. Blind Lemon Jefferson. Huddie Ledbetter. Robert Johnson. The Classic Blues. Gertrude "Ma" Rainey. W. C. Handy. Bessie Smith. Ida Cox. Bertha "Chippie" Hill. Mamie Smith. Louis Armstrong. Ethel Waters. Jimmy Rushing. Urban Blues. Instrumental Blues. Joe "King" Oliver.
  4. JAZZ IN ITS INFANCY
    Historical Overview: From the Beginning to World War I. Jazz-A Musical Definition. The East. The Midwest. The Southwest. The South. New Orleans. The Jazz Combo. Early Jazz Musicians and Their Music. Ragtime Jazz Bands. Thoughts on the History of Jazz.
  5. THE JAZZ AGE - FROM WORLD WAR I THROUGH THE ROARING TWENTIES
    Jazz and Morality. Bunk Johnson, Papa Celestin, and Sidney Bechet. The New Orleans Sound. King Oliver, Kid Ory, and Friends. The ODJB. Jelly Roll Morton. The Jazz Explosion. The New York School. James P. Johnson. Louis Armstrong. Jelly Roll Morton. Earl "Fatha" Hines. The Jazz Community. Women in Jazz. Bix Beiderbecke. Boogie-Woogie. Chicago Jazz.
  6. THE SWING ERA
    The Great Depression, Jazz, and Popular Music. The Emergence of Substyles. The Arranger-Don Redman. The Composer-Duke Ellington. Early Swing Bands. Kansas City Swing. The "King of Swing"-Benny Goodman. Musical Characteristics. Vocalists. Art Tatum. Gene Krupa. Charlie Christian. Coleman Hawkins. The Basie Band. Lester Young. Lionel Hampton. Territory Bands. The Duke Ellington Orchestra. Glenn Miller. World War II. Women Instrumentalists. PostWar Swing.
  7. MODERN JAZZ - THE BEBOP REVOLUTION
    Origins of a New Style. Musical Characteristics. The Bird-Charlie Parker. "Dizzy"-John Birks Gillespie. The Music. Three Aspects of the Repertoire. More about Bird. The Pianists-Tadd Dameron, Bud Powell, and Thelonious Monk. More about Mary Lou Williams. Big Bands. Looking Back.
  8. A PROLIFERATION OF STYLES - FROM THE '40S THROUGH THE '50S
    Overview. Cool Jazz. Third Stream. West Coast Jazz. Funky and Hard Bop. Something Old and Something New. Sonny Rollins. Something Borrowed. Modal Jazz- Miles Davis and Kind of Blue. Social Cause and Musical Effect. Summing Up the '50s.
  9. SOCIAL AND MUSICAL REVOLUTION - THE I960S
    Introduction. Free Jazz-Ornette Coleman. Musical Reactions. A Central Figure- John Coltrane. Out in Front-Miles Davis in the'60s and '70s. The New Groups. The AACM. One More Time.
  10. CONFUSION AND FUSION - FROM THE '70S TO THE '80S Introduction. Ornette Coleman. Miles Davis Again. Cecil Taylor. The Keyboard Players-Bill Evans, Herbie Hancock, Chick Corea, Keith Jarrett, Joe Zawinul. Weather Report. The Mahavishnu Orchestra. The AACM and the Art Ensemble of Chicago. Rehearsal and Recording Bands. The Decade in Review.
  11. A PLURALITY OF STYLES - 438 THROUGH THE '80S AND INTO THE '90S Introduction. Fusion and Miles Davis. Neoclassicism and Modern Bebop. Wynton Marsalis. Other Neoclassicists. Free Jazz of the '80s-George Lewis. Jazz Composition in the 1980s-Anthony Davis. Postmodernism and Jazz-Jane Ira Bloom. New Sounds, New Wave, New Age, and Good Old-Fashioned Jazz. Ray Anderson. Today and Tomorrow.
APPENDICES

LISTENING GUIDES
  1. Robert Johnson, I Believe I'll Dust My Broom
  2. Louis Armstrong, Cornet Chop Suey
  3. Frankie Trumbauer, Ostrich Walk
  4. Art Tatum, Tiger Rag
  5. Duke Ellington, Clarinet Lament (Barney's Concerto)
  6. Count Basie, Tickle-Toe
  7. Benny Goodman, Mission to Moscow
  8. Dizzy Gillespie, Groovin' High
  9. Lee Konitz, Marshmallow
  10. Charlie Parker, Confirmation
  11. Gerry Mulligan, I Can't Believe that You're in Love with Me
  12. Horace Silver, The Preacher
  13. George Russell, All About Rosie
  14. Miles Davis, Dr. Jekyll
  15. John Coltrane, Giant Steps
  16. Ornette Coleman, Change of the Century
  17. Thelonious Monk, Bemsha Swing
  18. Miles Davis, Circle
  19. Weather Report, Tears
  20. Wynton Marsalis, Delfeayo's Dilemma
TRANSCRIPTIONS
  1. S.O.L. Blues, Louis Armstrong Solo
  2. Struttin' with Some Barbecue, Louis Armstrong Solo
  3. West End Blues, Louis Armstrong Solo
  4. Body and Soul, Coleman Hawkins Solo
  5. Lester Leaps In, Head and Lester Young Solo
  6. I Can't Get Started, Dizzy Gillespie Solo
  7. Embraceable You, Charlie Parker Solo
  8. Little Benny, Head and Charlie Parker Solo
  9. Parker's Mood, Introduction and Charlie Parker Solo
  10. Giant Steps, Head and John Coltrane Solo
  11. Blue Train, Head and John Coltrane Colo
  12. So What, Miles Davis Solo
SYNOPTIC TABLE

ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY
General Bibliography. Dictionaries and Encyclopedias. Histories and Chronologies. Bibliographies. Discographies. Indices of Music. Periodicals. Indices to Periodical Literature. Jazz Archives. African Music. Music of the U.S. in the Late Nineteenth Century. Ragtime. The Blues. Early Jazz. Swing. Modern Jazz. Women in Jazz. Miscellaneous-Literature, Philosophy, Interviews, Rock, Gospel, Recordings, etc. SELECTED DISCOGRAPHY

INDICES TO THE RECORD COLLECTIONS
  1. Integrated File of the Norton Anthology of Jazz, the New World Records Anthology of American Music, and the Smithsonian Collections of Classic Jazz (Alphabetical Order and Locator Numbers)
  2. Norton Anthology of Jazz
  3. Smithsonian Collections of Classic Jazz (Alphabetical Order and Locator Numbers)
  4. Smithsonian Collections of Classic Jazz (Series Order and Locator Numbers)
  5. Integrated File of the Norton Anthology of Jazz, Smithsonian Collections of Classic Jazz, and the New World Records Anthology of American Music (Chronological Order)