Jazz Styles, 11th edition

  • Mark C. Gridley

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Overview

For undergraduate courses in Jazz History, Jazz Survey, Evolution of Jazz, Introduction to Jazz, and Jazz Appreciation

America's most popular introduction to jazz 
America's most widely used introduction to jazz text captures the minds of students by teaching the history of the styles and how to actively listen to jazz. While its chronological format serves as a great resource for beginners, Jazz Styles is applicable to more advanced students because of its in-depth analysis of musical elements and its technical appendices that discuss music theory concepts. 

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Published by Pearson (July 14th 2021) - Copyright © 2012

ISBN-13: 9780137612529

Subject: Music

Category: Types of Music

Overview

Biref Contents

  1. Table of Contents
  2. CD Listing
  1. Table of Contents
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgements
  1. INTRODUCTION

PART I BASICS OF JAZZ

  1. WHAT IS JAZZ?
  2. APPRECIATING JAZZ IMRPOVISATION

PART II PREMODERN JAZZ

  1. ORIGINS OF JAZZ
  2. EARLY JAZZ: COMBO JAZZ PRIOR TO THE MIDDLE 1930s
  3. SWING: THE EARLY 1930s TO THE LATE 1940s
  4. DUKE ELLINGTON
  5. THE COUNT BASIE BANDS

PART III MODERN JAZZ: THE EARLY 1940s TO THE EARLY 1950s

  1. BOP: THE EARLY 1940s TO THE EARLY 1950s
  2. COOL JAZZ
  3. HARD BOP
  4. MILES DAVIS, HIS GROUPS & SIDEMEN
  5. JOHN COLTRANE

PART IV MODERN JAZZ: THE EARLY 1960s TO THE PRESENT

  1. 1960s AND 1970s AVANTE-GARDE AND "FREE" JAZZ
  2. BILL EVANS, HERBIE HANCOCK, CHICK COREA, AND KEITH JARRETT
  3. JAZZ-ROCK FUSION
  4. 1980 TO THE PRESENT
  5. OTHER VOICES

APPENDICES

  • Appendix A: BREIF OUTLINE OF JAZZ STYLES
  • Appendix B: ELEMENTS OF MUSIC
  • Appendix C: STRATEGIES FOR BUYING RECORDED MUSIC
  • Appendix D: A SMALL BASIC COLLECTION OF JAZZ VIDEOS
  • Appendix E: GLOSSARY
  • Appendix F: SUPPLEMENTARY READING
  • Appendix G: SOURCES FOR SOLO TRANSSCRIPTIONS
  • Appendix H: FOR MUSICIANS

INDEX

  • 2. CD Listing
  • Track Listing
  • Please refer to the text page number, shown in bold, to view the Listening Guide for each selection.

CD 1

  • African Retentions Sequence
  • 1. Street Cries of Charleston (Trad.) [0:30]. African American male street vendor; p. 51.
  • Courtesy of The Concord Music Group
  • 2. Porgy and Bess: Fisherman, Strawberry, Devil Crab (Gershwin) [0:49]. Miles Davis instrumentally imitating the cry of an African American male street vendor, accompanied by the Gil Evans Orchestra; p. 51.
  • Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 3. Hunter's Dance excerpt (Trad.) [0:36]. West African field recording; p. 52.
  • Courtesy of Essential Media Group
  • 4. One Day excerpt (Trad.) [0:30]. The Angelic Gospel Singers and The Dixie Hummingbirds; p. 53.
  • Originally released 1952. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 5. One O’Clock Jump excerpt (Basie) [0:33]. Count Basie; p. 53.
  • Originally released 1942. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 6. Birdland excerpt (J. Zawinul) [0:25]. Weather Report with Joseph Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, and Jaco Pastorius; p. 53.
  • (P) 1977 Sony Music Entertainment
  • Historic Recordings
  • 7. Dixie Jazz Band One-Step (D. LaRocca-Joe Jordan) [2:35]. The Original Dixieland Jazz Band; p. 62.
  • Originally released 1917. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 8. Wolverine Blues (Morton) [3:19]. Jelly Roll Morton, Johnny Dodds, and Baby Dodds; p. 66.
  • Originally released 1927. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 9. Singing the Blues (J.R. Robinson-C. Conrad-S. Lewis-J. Young) [2:58]. Frankie Trumbauer and his Orchestra featuring Bix Beiderbecke; p. 84.
  • Originally released 1927. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 10. West End Blues (J. Oliver-C. Williams) [3:14]. Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five featuring Earl Hines; p. 76.
  • Originally released 1928. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 11. Hotter Than That (L. Armstrong) [2:58]. Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five; p. 80.
  • Originally released 1928. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 12. Handful of Keys (Fats Waller) [2:43]. Fats Waller; p. 71.
  • Originally released 1929. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 13. You’ve Got to Be Modernistic (J. P. Johnson) [3:11]; James P. Johnson; p. 74.
  • Originally released 1930. Courtesy of The Verve Music Group, under license from Universal Music Enterprises
  • 14. Walkin’ and Swingin’ (Mary Lou Williams) [2:38]. Andy Kirk band featuring Mary Lou Williams; p. 114.
  • Originally released 1936. Courtesy of The Verve Music Group, under license from Universal Music Enterprises
  • 15. Seven Come Eleven (Goodman-Christian) [2:48]. Benny Goodman Sextet, featuring Charlie Christian and Lionel Hampton; p. 116.
  • Originally released 1940. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 16. After You’ve Gone (H. Creamer-J. Layton) [2:36]. Roy Eldridge with The Gene Krupa Orchestra; p. 109.
  • Originally released 1941. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 17. How Deep is the Ocean? (Irving Berlin) [3:18]. Coleman Hawkins; p. 108.
  • Originally released 1943. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 18. Voodte excerpt (Coleman Hawkins) [1:50]. Coleman Hawkins; p. 108.
  • Originally released 1943. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 19. Cottontail excerpt (Ben Webster; arr. Duke Ellington) [0:97]. Ella Fitzgerald and the Duke Ellington Orchestra; p. 122.
  • Originally released 1965. Courtesy of The Verve Music Group under license from Universal Music Enterprises
  • 20. Cottontail (Ben Webster; arr. Duke Ellington) [3:06]. Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra featuring Ben Webster; p. 133.
  • Originally released 1940. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 21. Harlem Airshaft (Ellington) [2:57]. Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra featuring Cootie Williams and Barney Bigard; p. 138.
  • Originally released 1940. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 22. Transblucency (Lawrence Brown-Duke Ellington) [2:57]. Duke Ellington, Lawrence Brown, Jimmy Hamilton, Kay Davis, and Oscar Pettiford; p.144.
  • Originally released 1946 All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 23. Prelude to a Kiss (Ellington) [4:39]. Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra featuring Johnny Hodges; p. 141.
  • Originally released 1957. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 24. Taxi War Dance (Basie-L. Young) [2:49]. Count Basie and His Orchestra featuring Lester Young; p. 153.
  • Originally released 1939. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 25. Lester Leaps In (L. Young) [3:13]. Count Basie and His Kansas City Seven featuring Lester Young; p. 158.
  • Originally released 1939. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 26. Shaw ’Nuff (Gillespie-Parker) [3:01] Dizzy Gillespie and His All-Star Quintette featuring Charlie Parker; p. 183.
  • Originally released 1945. Courtesy of Savoy Label Group
  • 27. Things to Come (G. Fuller) [2:45]. Dizzy Gillespie and His Orchestra; p. 170.
  • Originally released 1946. Courtesy of Savoy Label Group
  • 28. Four Brothers (Giuffre) [2:48]. Woody Herman's Thundering Herd, featuring Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, Herbie Steward, and Serge Chaloff; p. 189.
  • Originally released 1947. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 29. Misterioso (Monk) [3:20]. Thelonious Monk and Milt Jackson; p. 175.
  • Originally released 1948. Courtesy of Blue Note Records, Under License from EMI Music Marketing. Blue Note® is a registered trademark of Capitol Records, Inc.
  • 30. Just Friends (John Klenner & Sam Lewis) [3:30]. Charlie Parker with strings; p.168.
  • Originally released 1949. Courtesy of The Verve Music Group under license from Universal Music Enterprises
  • 31. Body and Soul (Green-Heyman-Sour-Eyton) [3:42]. Sarah Vaughan and Ray Brown; p. 192.
  • (P) 1978 The Concord Music Group. Courtesy of The Concord Music Group

CD 2

  • 1. No Figs (Tristano) [2:51]. Metronome All Stars featuring Lennie Tristano, Lee Konitz, and Stan Getz; p. 205.
  • Originally released 1950. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 2. My Lady (Russo) [3:47]. Stan Kenton Orchestra featuring Lee Konitz; p. 208.
  • Originally released 1952. Courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc., Under License from EMI Music Marketing
  • 3. A Trumpet (Robert Graettinger) [4:46]; Stan Kenton Orchestra featuring Maynard Ferguson; p. 214.
  • Originally released 1953. Courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc., Under License from EMI Music Marketing
  • 4. Blue Rondo a la Turk (Brubeck) [6:48]. Dave Brubeck Quintet featuring Paul Desmond; p. 222.
  • Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 5. Señor Blues (Silver) [7:00]. Horace Silver Quintet featuring Hank Mobley and Donald Byrd; p. 235.
  • Originally released 1956. Courtesy of Blue Note Records, Under License from EMI Music Marketing. Blue Note® is a registered trademark of Capitol Records, Inc
  • 6. Kiss and Run (Coslow) [7:28]. Sonny Rollins, Clifford Brown, and Max Roach; p. 247.
  • Originally released 1956. Courtesy of The Concord Music Group
  • 7. Cranky Spanky (Hardman) [7:53]. Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers featuring Jackie McLean; p. 243.
  • Originally released 1956. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 8. Maiden Voyage (Hancock) [7:53]. Herbie Hancock featuring Freddie Hubbard; p. 239.
  • Originally released 1965 Courtesy of Blue Note Records, Under License from EMI Music Marketing. Blue Note® is a registered trademark of Capitol Records, Inc.
  • 9. Flamenco Sketches (Bill Evans & Miles Davis) [9:25]. Miles Davis Sextet featuring John Coltrane and Cannonball Adderley; p. 269.
  • Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 10. Masqualero (W. Shorter) [8:52]. Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, and Tony Williams; p. 278.
  • Originally released 1967. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 11. Afro-Blue (Mongo Santamaria) [7:41]. John Coltrane, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones; p. 299.
  • Originally recorded 1963. Courtesy of The Concord Music Group
  • 12. Civilization Day (Coleman) [6:04]. Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, and Billy Higgins; p. 311.
  • (P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

CD 3

  • 1. Fables of Faubus (Mingus) [8:13]. Charles Mingus; p. 322.
  • Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
  • 2. Ghosts: First Variation (Ayler) [5:13]. Albert Ayler, Gary Peacock, and Sunny Murray; p. 317.
  • Originally released 1964. Courtesy of ESP Records
  • 3. Solar (Chuck Wayne) [8:52]. Bill Evans, Scott LaFaro, and Paul Motian; p. 242.
  • Originally released 1961. Courtesy of The Concord Music Group
  • 4. Steps (C. Corea) [5:03]. Chick Corea, Miroslav Vitous, and Roy Haynes; p. 352.
  • Originally released 1968. Courtesy of Blue Note Records, Under License from EMI Music Marketing. Blue Note® is a registered trademark of Capitol Records, Inc.
  • 5. Sundial, Part 1 (Keith Jarrett) [8:54]. Keith Jarrett; p. 357.
  • Originally released 1976, © 1977. Courtesy of ECM Records GmbH
  • 6. Surucucu (W. Shorter) [4:18]. Weather Report, featuring Josef Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, Miroslav Vitous, Dom Um Roman, and Eric Gravatt; p. 377.
  • (P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment
  • 7. Chameleon excerpt (Hancock) [6:46]. Herbie Hancock, Bennie Maupin, Paul Jackson, Bill Summers, and Harvey Mason; p. 383.
  • (P) 1973 Sony Music Entertainment
  • 8. Above & Below (Randy Brecker) [7:05]. Michael and Randy Brecker; p. 402.
  • (P) 1992 The Verve Music Group. Courtesy of The Verve Music Group under license form Universal Music Enterprises
  • 9. Red Emma (Dave Douglas) [4:55]. Tiny Bell Trio: Dave Douglas, Brad Shepik, and Jim Black; p. 407.
  • (P) 1994 Songlines Recordings; Courtesy of Songlines Recordings
  • 10. Miami (J. Marquez) [5:34]. Paquito D’Rivera and Jorge Dalto; p. 413.
  • (P) 1982 Sony Music Entertainment
  • 11. Express Crossing (Wynton Marsalis) [5:11]. Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra featuring Wynton Marsalis; p. 420.
  • (P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment
  • 12. Baseball (Carla Bley) [7:46]. Carla Bley, Larry Goldings, and Gary Valente; p. 431.

Originally released 1999. Courtesy of ECM Records GmbH

Available for separate purchase as a Downloadable Package through a special access code card, ISBN 0205205984.

ISBN 0205036864

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