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Unlike other musical genres, jazz history is firmly connected to its great performers. They are the ones who create the complexities and individual nuances that make jazz so difficult to categorize and chronicle. Including pertinent biographical information, Introduction to Jazz History continues to examine this interaction between musicians, their history, and the history of their music.
The Sixth Edition updates current and ongoing stylistic trends in jazz, including the modern big bands and the new hybrids of jazz extending beyond fusion and crossover. The chronological presentation of the history is intuitive and logical. New biographical sketches for recent and historical musicians have been added to update the text.
Interactive Listening Guides are now available using the CDs that accompany the text and the CDs for SCCJ (Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz). Together, these two sets comprise the most powerful collection of jazz recordings available in such a simple package and they are now fully interactive. A fully developed online course of Jazz History using this textbook is now available. For information go to www.eMegill.com
Table of contents
1. The Roots of Jazz.
2. Work Songs: Huddie Ledbetter—“Leadbelly.”
I. THE BLUES—1900- .
II. PIANO STYLES—1890-1940.
III. NEW ORLEANS JAZZ AND DIXIELAND—1910-1940.
VI. THIRD STREAM, COOL, AND BEYOND—1949- .
VII. FREE JAZZ—1960- .
VIII. JAZZ/ROCK FUSION—1968- .
GUIDE TO THE RECORDINGS.
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