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2 edition of bibliography of jazz discographies published since 1960 found in the catalog.

bibliography of jazz discographies published since 1960

Pete Moon

bibliography of jazz discographies published since 1960

by Pete Moon

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Published by British Institute of Jazz Studies in South Harrow .
Written in English


Edition Notes

1. edition 1960.

Statementcompiled by Pete Moon. Edited by Barry Witherden.
SeriesBritish Institute of Jazz Studies Project
ContributionsWitherden, Barry.
The Physical Object
Pagination[44] p.
Number of Pages44
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20871652M

A well-written, widely-researched, enjoyable read for both fans and scholars of jazz; Features descriptions of all the important players and places in jazz history; Begins with the earliest roots of jazz and concludes in the present; New to this Edition: Covers the leading jazz instrumentalists of the decade since the first edition's publication. Encyclopedic Discography of Cuban Music In numerous cases we refer to the collection deposited in the Fundación Musicalia (FM), the institution housing my collection that spans a hundred years of all types of musical reproduction (cylinder, 78s, 45s, LPs, eight-track tapes, cassettes, CDs and video), books, magazines, newspaper clippings, interview transcriptions, photos, and other.

Complete bibliographic details for each book can be found on my Bibliography pages. These are books I have been indexing since on my Musician's Birthdays/Bibliography pages. These books have also been the valuable authoritative sources of a great deal of .   All music genres from jazz and country to popular and classical are covered, but the strongest feature may be the extensive recordings of films and musicals. Volume 1 covers the period through , while Volume 2 covers the through : Edward Novitsky.

Barker, Danny , A Life In Jazz. Edited by Alyn Shipton. New York: Green and Company, Oxford University Press. Bechet, Sidney , Treat It Gentle: An Autobiography. paperback ed. New York: Da Capo Paperback. Berry, Jason, Jonathan Foose, and Tad Jones Up from the Cradle of Jazz. Atlanta: University of Georgia Press.   So putting a book about the history of jazz in front of me is a much better way to introduce me to the genre. Below are 10 nonfiction books that detail jazz history, artists, and culture, all of.


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Full text of "Bibliography Of Jazz Discographies" See other formats SINCE Published by THE BRITISH INSTITUTE OF JAZZ STUDIES a british institute of jazz studies project A BIBLIOGRAPHY OP JAZZ DISCOGRAPHIES published since I Compiled by PETE MOOH Edited by Barry Witherden cover design by Terry Davies first published second edition 4 Kenilworth Avenue South.

A Bibliography of Jazz Discographies - compiled by Pete Moon, edited by Barry Witherden, published (1st ed.) and (2nd ed.) by the British Institute of Jazz Studies. From Jazz to Swing: African-American Jazz Musicians and Their Music, – Wayne State University Press. Wayne State University Press. ISBN Decade: s in jazz: Music: in music: Standards: List of post jazz standards: See also: in jazz – in jazzDecade: s in jazz.

A Blues Bibliography, Second Edition is a revised and enlarged version of the definitive blues bibliography first published in Material previously omitted from the first edition has now been included, and the bibliography has been expanded to include works published since : Robert Ford.

The Jazz Book: From Ragtime to Fusion and Beyond. New York: Lawrence Hill, "We want to give the reader an overview of the totality and unity of the development of jazz.

(xiii)" Used in college and university classrooms all over the world, The Jazz Book covers in detail jazz music and musicians from ragtime to the present day.

The first bibliography devoted to a single jazz genre or era, Fire Music is concerned with the music of the jazz avant-gardists such as John Coltrane, Ornette Bibliography of jazz discographies published since 1960 book, Cecil Taylor, and Sun Ra.

It makes accessible the most extensive and up-to-date scholarship of the New Jazz beginning in the by: 1. Features Best Jazz Books: 20 Essential Reads For Newcomers And Old-Timers.

Far from an exhaustive list of the best jazz books of all time, these are 20 essential title for newcomers and long-term. Ian Carr, Miles Davis: A York: Morrow, (A Miles Davis bibliography is available on the web.); Nick Catalano, Clifford Brown: The Life and Art of the Legendary Jazz York: Oxford University Press, Jack Chambers, Milestones: The Music and Times of Miles York: Da Capo, ; originally published by Quill/Morrow, History of Jazz Timeline: Bibliography article by AAJ Staff, published on Ap at All About Jazz.

Find more History of Jazz articles. Books shelved as jazz: Miles: The Autobiography by Miles Davis, The History of Jazz by Ted Gioia, Thelonious Monk: The Life and Times of an American Orig.

I argue for an ontology of jazz according to which it is a tradition of musical performances but no works of art. I proceed by rejecting three alternative proposals: (i) that jazz is a work performance tradition, (ii) that jazz performances are works of art in themselves, and (iii) that jazz recordings are works of art.

It covers and has pages with over 3, listings. That gives you some idea of the scope and interest today. Two other publications I have heard about are Brian Rust’s Guide to Discography, and International Bibliography of Discographies, Classical Music, Jazz & Blues, The author of the latter one is unknown to me.

Allen is not the first to attempt a bibliography of discographies in book form, but he leaves the others way behind. Pete Moon's Biblio-graphy of Jazz Discographies Since (2nd edn, South Harrow, ) was a pioneer venture in mimeographed form. Allen's most substan-tial predecessor, David Edwin Cooper, listed jazz items in his.

#A) General Folk Music Bibliography (selected) (top / bottom of page) This list is limited to books I have actually used in my research, and which are, or will be, cited in one or more of my Music Archives or FolkLib Index discographies and Artist Index of these books have been partially indexed, by artist, on the Musician's Birthdays/Bibliography pages.

Jazz music drew its first breaths in the late 19th century. Since then it’s helped galvanize American communities through Prohibition in the ’20s and ’30s and the Civil Rights Movements of the ’50s and ’60s. Today, jazz music can’t be defined by a single song or music takes after ragtime, soul, the blues and even pop music; legends like Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong Author: Tucker Bowe.

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Due to COVID, orders may be delayed. Chuck Sher, The New Real Book Volume 2, Sher Music. This is a good companion to the first volume, since there is no overlap, and this book adds a good helping of classic jazz from the ’s and ’s, including several tunes each by John Coltrane and Horace Silver.

The History of European Jazz, edited by Francesco Martinelli, gets my vote as the most significant work of jazz scholarship of Ted Gioia The book is able to take the discourse about its topic to a level higher than ever achieved before.

Magyar Narancs A worthy achievement and a wonderful reference source. Jazzwise As well as being a paean. It's our job to find those books.

Since the modern blues book era can be dated from Charters and Oliver, c.then its clear that people who've been interested in blues since that time have had 37 years to accumulate blues libraries of considerable interest.

If they started at 18, like I did, they'd be 55 now. Reggie Nadelson's top 10 jazz books This is an oral history of jazz published inin which a huge range of musicians from that time and earlier talk about the music, themselves and each.Books shelved as jazz-history: Miles: The Autobiography by Miles Davis, Saying Something: Jazz Improvisation and Interaction by Ingrid Monson, Chicago Ja.Annotated Bibliography Benny Goodman: "King of Swing" This website is known as the official website of the jazz artist Benny Goodman.

The site is set up in an organized manner such that it is effortless to navigate between pages. Since this is the website of the museum specifically, it does not provide an excess information about Glenn.