DUKE ELLINGTON A LISTENERS GUIDE STUDIES IN JAZZ

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Duke Ellington

Author : Eddie Lambert
ISBN : UOM:39015043093536
Genre : Music
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Provides jazz scholars, specialists, and both novice and experienced listeners with a detailed, critical commentary on this jazz master's recordings from 1924 to 1974. The guide begins with a brief overview of the artist and the complexity and unending creativity of his music. The chapters follow the chronological sequence covering identifiable stages in output and list essential Ellingtonia. The appendixes include a bibliography, a comprehensive discography listing both LPs and CDs, a list of useful addresses, and a list of Ellington musicians and the date of their membership in the band.
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Jazz Books In The 1990s

Author : Janice Leslie Hochstat Greenberg
ISBN : 0810869861
Genre : Music
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This annotated bibliography contains over 700 entries covering adult non-fiction books on jazz published from 1990 through 1999. Entries are organized by category, including biographies, history, individual instruments, essays and criticism, musicology, regional studies, discographies, and reference works. Three indexes—by title, author, and subject—are included.
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Eurojazzland

Author : Luca Cerchiari
ISBN : 9781584658641
Genre : Music
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The critical role of Europe in the music, personalities, and analysis of jazz
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Duke Ellington Studies

Author : John Howland
ISBN : 9780521764049
Genre : Music
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Duke Ellington (1899-1974) is widely considered the jazz tradition's most celebrated composer. This engaging yet scholarly volume explores his long career and his rich cultural legacy from a broad range of in-depth perspectives, from the musical and historical to the political and international. World-renowned scholars and musicians examine Ellington's influence on jazz music, its criticism, and its historiography. The chronological structure of the volume allows a clear understanding of the development of key themes, with chapters surveying his work and his reception in America and abroad. By both expanding and reconsidering the contexts in which Ellington, his orchestra, and his music are discussed, Duke Ellington Studies reflects a wealth of new directions that have emerged in jazz studies, including focuses on music in media, class hierarchy discourse, globalization, cross-cultural reception, and the role of marketing, as well as manuscript score studies and performance studies.
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Duke Ellington S Music For The Theatre

Author : John Franceschina
ISBN : 9780786408566
Genre : Music
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Duke Ellington's son Mercer has said that his father was frustrated in only one area of musical ambition: his desire to do his own Broadway show. Though Ellington wrote many theatrical pieces, he was never able to achieve success as a composer for the stage, and today his stage shows receive little attention from music historians. Nevertheless, these works occupied a significant place in Ellington's creative imagination, and many of the ideas he employed in their composition found their way into his other work. Here is the first book to acknowledge Duke Ellington's contribution to the stage. It offers a survey of every theater piece Ellington is known to have worked on during his lifetime, beginning with the 1925 revue The Chocolate Kiddies and ending with the unfinished "street opera" Queenie Pie. This large body of work includes full-length musicals, African American revues, ballets, and incidental music. The plot of each work is described and the score analyzed according to its dramatic function in the piece. Musical phrases are reproduced in the text, and associations with other well-known Ellington compositions are noted. An appendix provides a chronological listing of Ellington's shows with song titles conveniently listed under each.
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Duke Ellington

Author : Janna Tull Steed
ISBN : UOM:39015048739737
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Edward Kennedy Duke Ellington and his music have been an intregral part of the American scene for most of the 20th Century. Janna Tull Steed introduces the readers to the engaging, enigmatic man himself, as well as to the range of Ellington's musical achievement, with a lively mix of fact and anecdote.
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Library Journal

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ISBN : STANFORD:36105123005113
Genre : Libraries
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Jazz A Listener S Guide

Author : James McCalla
ISBN : STANFORD:36105028538812
Genre : Music
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Drawn from the author's on-air and in-person seminar, this introduction to jazz is written in a personal, informal style and requires no musical background. Focuses on guiding the beginning listener's ear, not on memorizing musical facts. Introduces musical terms and concepts only as needed, and always in connection to specific musical compositions. Discusses "what happens" and "when it happens" to alert listeners to various musical features. Offers almost 200 musical selections—many new to the Third Edition—compiled from Smithsonian anthologies like The Jazz Singers and from currently available commercial recordings. Perfect for musicians looking to brush up on jazz history, or for any music/jazz enthusiast who wants to learn more about the subject.
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History Of Jazz First Edition

Author : John Valerio
ISBN : 1631890565
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"This edition of "Jazz Journey" covers jazz from its 19th Century forerunners through the 20th century. This jazz journey takes the reader and listener on an historical audio and video tour of some of the great jazz performances of the last hundred years. All of the major styles of jazz, including the forerunners of jazz, Ragtime and Blues, are covered; they include: New Orleans style, Chicago style, Stride piano, Swing, Bebop, Cool, Hard Bop, modal, Free jazz, freer jazz, and Fusion. The major performers include Louis Armstrong, Bix Beiderbecke, Fats Waller, Benny Goodman, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Gerry Mulligan Dave Brubeck, Miles Davis, Horace Silver, John Coltrane, Bill Evans, Ornette Coleman, Herbie Hancock, and Keith Jarrett, among many others. For easy access to music described in the text, the book includes links to audio and video recordings along with listening guides. "Jazz Journey: A Guide For Listening" is intended to be the primary text for jazz appreciation courses for non-majors. It can also be used in jazz history classes for music and jazz studies majors. John Valerio holds a doctorate in music composition from Temple University and currently teaches at both the University of South Carolina and Newberry College. In addition to teaching, Dr. Valerio is a jazz pianist and composer of jazz and classical music. He has played with outstanding jazz artists, including Lee Konitz, Jon Faddis, Stanley Clarke, Steve Gilmore, and Chris Vadala, and, in 2006, he released his first album as a leader--"The Altoona Sessions." Dr. Valerio is also the author of eight books on jazz piano styles and techniques."
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Ellingtonia

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ISBN : 0810858894
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More than a discography, this book compiles the complete recorded music of Duke Ellington and his sidemen, including studio recordings, movie soundtracks, concerts, dance dates, radio broadcasts, telecasts, and private recordings, creating an easy to use reference source for Jazz collectors and scholars.
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