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origin and development of jazz

Werner, Otto.

origin and development of jazz

by Werner, Otto.

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Published by Kendall/Hunt Pub. Co. in Dubuque, Iowa .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Jazz -- History and criticism.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementOtto Werner.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML3508 .W47 1984
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 163 p. :
    Number of Pages163
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3195964M
    ISBN 100840332327
    LC Control Number83082884

      A fascinating celebration of the piano, including tales of its masters from Mozart and Beethoven to Oscar Peterson and Jerry Lee Lewis, told with the expertise of composer and author of Temperament, Stuart Isacoff. This history takes us back to the piano's humble genesis as a simple keyboard, and shows how everyone from Ferdinando de’ Medici to Herbie Hancock affected its 5/5(1). Jazz by Ken Burns “JAZZ” is a documentary by Ken Burns released that focuses on the creation and development of jazz, America’s “greatest cultural achievement.” The first episodes entitled, “Gumbo, Beginnings to ” and “The Gift (), explain the early growth of jazz as it originates in New Orleans and its expands.

    A Brief Fusion Jazz History Free jazz constituted one jazz branch that flowed during the s. Another stream blended jazz with rock, funk, and other styles and became known as fusion or electric jazz, which hit its prime during the late ’60s and early ’70s. Ironclads at War: The Origin and Development of the Armored Warship, , by Jack Greene and Alessandro Massignani, Combined Publishing, $ A revised and expanded version of H.W. Wilson’s Ironclads in Action, this book provides a comprehensive account of the revolution in naval affairs during the latter half of the nineteenth Author: Ehoward.

    By Lee Evans. In his brilliant analytical book on jazz, Early Jazz: Its Roots and Musical Development (Oxford University Press) author Gunther Schuller makes a very strong case for jazz’s African origins, writing that “the analytic study in this chapter [Chapter 1, pages ] shows that every musical element – rhythm, harmony, melody, timbre, and the basic forms of jazz – is. The major jazz musicians who emerged after World War II—saxophonists Charlie Parker, Sonny Rollins, Stan Getz, and John Coltrane, Dissatisfaction with the commercialization and familiarity of swing led to the development of jazz, music that was more than mere entertainment. trumpeters Dizzy Gillespie and Miles Davis, pianists Thelonious Monk.


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Jazz is a kind of music in which improvisation is typically an important part. In most jazz performances, players play solos which they make up on the spot, which requires considerable skill.

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New Orleans, LA, J Gerard () cites Amiri Baraka, who first argued that jazz is an African American music in his book Blues People (), and also called jazz “Black music” in books he wrote later.

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But very soon a big development in saxophone history took place. It wasn’t long before it gained popularity in the new wave of jazz dance bands of the 30s where a section of saxophones were perfect for swing riffs or lush harmonies. It was soon to supercede the old front line of trumpet, clarinet and trombone as the most universal symbol of jazz.The comprehensiveness of The History of European Jazz is perhaps its biggest draw The book adds valuable detail to the well-trodden paths of continental jazz history, such as the British ›traditional jazz‹ revival, the foundation of jazz festivals in Nice, Juan-les-Pins, or Montreux (to name only a few), or the numerous jazz scenes that.