2 edition of Jazz and the era of swing found in the catalog.
Jazz and the era of swing
J. Louis Maddox
|Statement||by J. Louis Maddox.|
|LC Classifications||ML3508 .M25 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||103 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||103|
|LC Control Number||84135847|
Behind the iconic jazz orchestras, vocalists, and stage productions of the Swing Era lay the talents of popular music's unsung heroes: the arrangers. John Wriggle takes you behind the scenes of New York City's vibrant entertainment industry of the s and s to uncover the lives and work of jazz arrangers, both black and white, who left an. The entire list of Swing Jazz musician biographies. These referenced jazz musician biographies trace the careers of some of the greatest in jazz history. History Of Jazz Part 1 Early hot jazz bands, the hotel dance bands and the history of jazz music leading up to the Big Band era. History Of Jazz .
Moreover, one really needs to be able to listen to the described music to enjoy the book, but this is also its strong point: one becomes really eager to listen to the jazz described, often with 'new ears' provided by the author. As a reference book and as a tool to explore jazz between and with, "the swing era" is unsurpassed. Jazz is a music genre that originated in the African-American communities of New Orleans, United States in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, with its roots in blues and ragtime. Since the s Jazz Age, it has been recognized as a major form of musical expression in traditional and popular music, linked by the common bonds of African-American and European-American musical parentage.
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The Swing Era focuses on that extraordinary period in American musical history to when jazz was synonymous with America's popular music, its social dances and musical entertainment. The book's thorough scholarship, critical perceptions, and great love and respect for jazz puts this well-remembered era of American music into new and revealing perspective/5(50).
The Swing Era: The Development of Jazz, (History of Jazz) by. Gunther Schuller. Rating details 54 ratings 5 reviews. Here is the book jazz lovers have eagerly awaited, the second volume of Gunther Schuller's monumental The History of Jazz/5(5). The History of Jazz Continuing where the the acclaimed first volume left off, The Swing Era focuses on that extraordinary period in American musical history to when jazz was synonymous with America's popular music, its social dances and musical entertainment.
The Swing Era focuses on that extraordinary period in American musical history to when jazz was synonymous with America's popular music, its social dances and musical entertainment.5/5(1).
The Swing Era focuses on that extraordinary period in American musical history to when jazz was synonymous with America's popular music, its social dances and musical entertainment. Buy The Joy of Jazz: Swing Era, by Tom Scanlan online at Alibris.
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Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading The Swing Era - Songbook (Jazz Bible Fake Book).Reviews: The excellent-quality vintage black and white shots thus serve as a foundation for recording the rise of the swing era of jazz in New York City, and promise to attract avid jazz buffs with a special interest in the era.
Swing Era New York is a "must have" addition to any serious jazz collection. -- Midwest Book ReviewCited by: 1. No previous book provides more jazz notes--and footnotes--to visit an American epoch that began in the midst of the Great Depression and wound up with the end of World War II.
“The Swing Era”. Swing Era New York book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Charles Peterson entered the jazz world of New York as a guitaris /5(2).
It opened my mind to the history of big bands and swing which is not always quite the same as jazz.
Collier shows how big band's morphed to early jazz and tells about the early excitement of jazz on white will learn about Goodman but also about the great bands that /5(2). Taking up where the volume "Early Jazz" left off, this second volume of Gunther Schuller's history of jazz considers the swing era - the age of dance bands and radio s: The Jazz Age.
The Jazz Age -- the s -was marked by Dixieland and hot jazz bands, the flapper, the Charleston, the creation of Lindy Hop, and the very beginnings of swing jazz music, among other things.
Between andthe more common early types of American music included concert bands and Dixieland -- an early style of jazz. Best Seller The Jazz Vocalists: A Tribute to the Singers and the Songs of the Jazz and Swing Eras. Get this from a library.
The joy of jazz: Swing Era, [Tom Scanlan] -- "After "musicians' music" suddenly became nationally popular injazz held center stage as America's best example of art and entertainment. This was the Swing Era, when great energy and.
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Swing, in music, both the rhythmic impetus of jazz music and a specific jazz idiom prominent between about and the mids—years sometimes called the swing era.
Swing music has a compelling momentum that results from musicians’ attacks and accenting in relation to fixed beats. Swing rhythms. Just for Fun: Swing Jazz Mandolin is designed for your total enjoyment. Each featured song is arranged in the authentic early jazz-era style, simplified just enough to keep it fun and easy, yet musically very satisfying.
Standard notation, TAB, chords, lyrics, and a chord dictionary are included. Plus, guitar, ukulele, and banjo books with Reviews: 3. THE SWING ERA The Development of Jazz, By Gunther Schuller.
pp. New York: Oxford University Press. $ Huge and imposing, Gunther .ISBN The swing era (also frequently referred to as the "big band era") was the period (–) when big band swing music was the most popular music in the United States.
Though this was its most popular period, the music had actually been around since the late s and early s, being played by black bands led by such artists as Duke Ellington, Jimmie Lunceford, Bennie Moten. During the s, swing bands combined jazz and popular music to create large-scale dreams for the Depression generation, capturing the imagination of America's young people, music critics, and the music business.
Swingin' the Dream explores that world, looking at the racial mixing-up and musical swinging-out that shook the nation and has kept people dancing ever since.5/5(1).