New History Of Jazz
In this major update of the acclaimed and award-winning jazz history, Alyn Shipton challenges many of the assumptions that surround the birth and growth of jazz music. Shipton also re-evaluates the transition from swing to be-bop, asking just how political this supposed modern jazz revolution actually was. He makes the case for jazz as a truly international music from its earliest days, charting s...
Paperback: 965 pages
Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic (March 30, 2004)
Product Dimensions: 6.6 x 2 x 9.5 inches
Amazon Rank: 3118046
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“The New History of Jazz is excellent reading. So much that is not in many jazz books is included. This book goes shares great detail of many artists that are often overlooked because they didn't make it to the big stage. A must to be added to your...”
gnificant developments outside the USA from the 1920s onwards.All the great names in jazz history are here, from Louis Armstrong to Miles Davis and from Sidney Bechet to Charlie Parker and John Coltrane. But unlike those historians who call a halt with the death of Coltrane in 1967, Shipton continues the story with the major trends in jazz over the last 40 years: free jazz, jazz rock, world music influences, and the re-emergence of the popular jazz singer.This new edition brings the book completely up-to-date, including such names as John Medeski, Diana Krall, Django Bates, and Matthias Ruegg. There are also impor¬tant new sections on Latin Jazz and the repertory movement.
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