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Jazz: The Smithsonian History (The Smithsonian History)
Jazz: The Smithsonian History (The Smithsonian History)
저자 : Buddy Baker|John E. Hasse
출판사 : PrenticeHall
출판년 : 2009
정가 : 110000, ISBN : 9780136026372

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IN THIS SECTION:1.) BRIEF2.) COMPREHENSIVEBRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS:CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCING JAZZCHAPTER 2: LISTENING TO JAZZCHAPTER 3: THE BIRTH OF JAZZCHAPTER 4: EARLY JAZZCHAPTER 5: THE SWING ERACHAPTER 6: BEBOP AND MODERN JAZZCHAPTER 7: MAINSTREAM JAZZCHAPTER 8: FREE AND EXPLORATORY JAZZCHAPTER 9: FUSIONCHAPTER 10: LATIN JAZZCHAPTER 11: JAZZ WORLDWIDECHAPTER 12: JAZZ FORWARDCOMPREHENSIVE TABLE OF CONTENTS:CHAPTER 1: INTRODUCING JAZZ - TAD LATHROP AND JOHN EDWARD HASSETAKE NOTEISSUES: JAZZ AS AN "AMERICAN" ART FORM BY RICHARD CARLINSTYLE/TECHNIQUE: LISTENING WITH UNTRAINED EARS BY TAD LATHROPFIRST LISTENINGLISTENING WITH UNTRAINED EARSDEFINING JAZZ: A BEGINNINGIMPROVISATION IN JAZZOTHER DIMENSIONS OF JAZZJAZZ AND SOCIETYJAZZ AND THE ARTSSOCIAL LIFE AND ISSUESJAZZ AND HISTORIC TRENDSNATIONAL IDENTITYRACIAL IDENTITYISSUES: JAZZ AS AFRICAN-AMERICAN MUSIC BY TAD LATHROPCULTURAL SIGNIFICANCECHAPTER SUMMARYDISCUSSION QUESTIONSKEY TERMS AND KEY PEOPLECHAPTER 2: LISTENING TO JAZZ - TAD LATHROP AND JOHN EDWARD HASSETAKE NOTELISTENING FOCUS: MELODYLISTENING TIPS FOR JAZZ MELODYLISTENING FOCUS: HARMONYLISTENING TIPS FOR JAZZ HARMONYLISTENING FOCUS: RHYTHMLISTENING TIPS FOR JAZZ RHYTHMLISTENING FOCUS: FORM AND STRUCTURECHORUS FORMCOMPOUND FORMLISTENING TIPS FOR JAZZ FORM AND STRUCTURELISTENING FOCUS: COLOR AND TEXTURELISTENING TIPS FOR JAZZ COLOR AND TEXTURELISTENING FOCUS: VOICE, FEEL, AND EXPRESSIONLISTENING TIPS FOR VOICE, FEEL, AND EXPRESSIONLISTENING FOCUS: IMPROVISATIONLISTENING TIPS FOR JAZZ IMPROVISATIONLISTENING FOCUS: STYLE AND EXPERIMENTATIONLISTENING TIPS FOR STYLE AND EXPERIMENTATIONMUSICIANS' ROLES, INDIVIDUAL AND COLLECTIVESTYLE/TECHNIQUE: THE TEAM SPORT OF JAZZ BY JOHN EDWARD HASSELISTENING TIPS FOR MUSICIANS' INTERACTIONJAZZ AS AN ART FORMSTYLE/TECHNIQUE: STANDARD PRACTICES IN JAZZLISTENING TIPS WRAP-UPCHAPTER SUMMARYDISCUSSION QUESTIONSKEY TERMS AND KEY PEOPLECHAPTER 3: THE BIRTH OF JAZZ - JOHN EDWARD HASSETAKE NOTETIMELINEOLD-WORLD ROOTSAFRICAN INFLUENCESLISTENING FOCUS: SIMPA (FIRE)EUROPEAN INFLUENCESNEW ORLEANSNEW ORLEANS' SIX JAZZ-CREATING CONDITIONSLISTENING GUIDE:IN GLORYLANDHISTORY/CULTURE: PARADING WITH A BRASS BAND BY MICHAEL WHITEMUSICAL ANTECEDENTSTHE BLUESLISTENING FOCUS: OLD JOHN HENRY DIED ON THE MOUNTAINLISTENING FOCUS: BOLL WEEVILJAZZ CLASSICS: ST. LOUIS BLUESRAGGING AND RAGTIMELISTENING GUIDE: MAPLE LEAF RAGISSUES: THE RAGTIME WARSJAZZ: AN IMPROVISATIONAL MUSIC FOR DANCINGNEW ORLEANS NOTABLESLISTENING FOCUS:LIVERY STABLE BLUES,NEW ORLEANS STYLE AND "JASS" VARIANTSJAZZ CLASSICS: TIGER RAG BY JACK STEWARTCHAPTER SUMMARYDISCUSSION QUESTIONSKEY TERMS AND KEY PEOPLECHAPTER 4: EARLY JAZZ - MICHAEL BROOKSTAKE NOTETIMELINECHICAGOLISTENING FOCUS: DIPPER MOUTH BLUESLISTENING GUIDE: WEST END BLUESLISTENING GUIDE: BLACK BOTTOM STOMPKANSAS CITYNEW YORKWHITE BANDSJAZZ AND THE ARTS: JAZZ AND CLASSICAL MUSIC: THE FIRST HALF OF THE 20TH CENTURYBY JEFFREY MAGEEHARLEM AND THE COTTON CLUBLISTENING GUIDE: BLACK AND TAN FANTASYHISTORY/CULTURE: THE COTTON CLUB BY JOHN EDWARD HASSEJAZZ AND THE ARTS: JAZZ AND TAP BY RUSTY FRANKVOCALISTSJAZZ ARRANGERS OF THE '20SREGIONAL BANDSISSUES: JAZZ: MUSICAL VIRTUE OR VICE?BY TAD LATHROPCHAPTER SUMMARYDISCUSSION QUESTIONSKEY TERMS AND KEY PEOPLECHAPTER 5: THE SWING ERA - JOHN EDWARD HASSETAKE NOTETIMELINEJAZZ: A MASS ATTRACTIONJAZZ AND THE ARTS: THE SWING DANCESSTYLE/TECHNIQUE: BIG BAND, BIG SOUND BY TAD LATHROPTHE GREAT BLACK BANDSHISTORY/CULTURE: STOMPIN' AT THE SAVOYLISTENING GUIDE: KO-KOLISTENING GUIDE: ONE O'CLOCK JUMPTHE GREAT WHITE BANDSLISTENING GUIDE: HONEYSUCKLE ROSEBIG-BAND CARE AND MAINTENANCEALL-WOMEN BANDSSHAPERS OF THE SOUNDSTYLE/TECHNIQUE: WHAT DOES AN ARRANGER DO?ANATOMY OF AN ARRANGEMENTSMALL GROUPS AND SOLO ARTISTSSOLO INSTRUMENTALISTSLISTENING FOCUS: BODY AND SOULSINGERSHISTORY/CULTURE: JOHN HAMMOND: TALENT SCOUT, JAZZ CATALYSTHISTORY/CULTURE: THE NEW ORLEANS REVIVALTHE END OF THE SWING ERASTYLE/TECHNIQUE: BOOGIE-WOOGIECHAPTER SUMMARYDISCUSSION QUESTIONSKEY TERMS AND KEY PEOPLECHAPTER 6: BEBOP AND MODERN JAZZ - BOB BLUMENTHALTAKE NOTETIMELINETHE POSTWAR JAZZ SCENEHISTORY/CULTURE: AFTER HOURS AT MINTON'SPARKER, GILLESPIE, AND THE BIRTH OF BEBOPLISTENING GUIDE: SHAW 'NUFFISSUES: BOPPERS VERSUS MOLDY FIGS BY JOHN EDWARD HASSELISTENING GUIDE: EMBRACEABLE YOU, TAKE ASTYLE/TECHNIQUE: OLD CHORDS, NEW MELODIESHISTORY/CULTURE: SWING STREET BY TAD LATHROPHISTORY/CULTURE:: BIG BANDS IN THE MODERN ERAHISTORY/CULTURE: NORMAN GRANZ AND JAZZ AT THE PHILHARMONICISSUES: THE JAZZ MUSICIAN AS OUTSIDERPIANO MODERNISTSLISTENING GUIDE: MISTERIOSOJAZZ CLASSICS: 'ROUND MIDNIGHT BY DAVID BAKERCOOL JAZZ AND THE WEST COAST SCENELISTENING GUIDE: BOPLICITYJAZZ AND THE ARTS: JAZZ AND FILM BY KRIN GABBARDBEYOND THE COOLJAZZ AND THE ARTS: JAZZ POETRY BY SASCHA FEINSTEINCHAPTER SUMMARYDISCUSSION QUESTIONSKEY TERMS AND KEY PEOPLECHAPTER 7: MAINSTREAM JAZZ - NEIL TESSERTAKE NOTETIMELINESETTING THE STAGEMILES AHEADTHE BIRTH OF HARD BOPLISTENING GUIDE: THE PREACHERHISTORY/CULTURE: NEW YORK NIGHTS BY TAD LATHROPWEST-COAST BOPSTYLE/TECHNIQUE: BREAKS AND FOURS BY DAVID BAKERTHREE TENOR TORCHBEARERS: GORDON, ROLLINS, AND COLTRANELISTENING GUIDE: GIANT STEPSTWO TAKES ON THE PIANOLISTENING GUIDE: BLUE RONDO A LA TURKSOUL JAZZISSUES: JAZZ AND RELIGION BY JOHN EDWARD HASSEHISTORY/CULTURE: DOWN BEAT AND THE JAZZ MAGAZINESHISTORY/CULTURE: JAZZ FESTIVALSCONTINUING TRADITIONSJAZZ AND THE ARTS: JAZZ ON TELEVISION BY LARRY APPELBAUMVOCALISTS OF THE MAINSTREAM ERAJAZZ AND THE ARTS: JAZZ AND FICTION BY GERALD EARLYALTERNATE CURRENTSJAZZ AND THE ARTS: JAZZ AND VISUAL ART BY DONNA M. CASSIDYLISTENING GUIDE: SO WHATCHAPTER SUMMARYDISCUSSION QUESTIONSKEY TERMS AND KEY PEOPLECHAPTER 8: FREE AND EXPLORATORY JAZZ - JOHN LITWEILERTAKE NOTETIMELINE1959: A TURNING POINT IN JAZZ HISTORYISSUES: JAZZ: THE SOUND OF FREEDOM BY TAD LATHROP AND JOHN LITWEILERFREE-JAZZ ANCESTORSFREE-JAZZ INNOVATIONSSONIC FREEDOMHARMONIC FREEDOMFORMAL FREEDOMRHYTHMIC FREEDOMSTYLE/TECHNIQUE: HOW TO LISTEN TO FREE JAZZFREE-JAZZ INNOVATORSCOLEMAN, TAYLOR, AND COLTRANELISTENING GUIDE: RAMBLIN'HISTORY/CULTURE: THE LOFT SCENEJAZZ UNDERGROUNDOTHER FREE INSTRUMENTALISTSLISTENING GUIDE: GHOSTS (FIRST VARIATION)LISTENING GUIDE: BUSH MAGICHISTORY/CULTURE: JAZZ COOPERATIVESFREE SPACESJAZZ AND THE ARTS: JAZZ ON RADIO BY WILLIAM H. KENNEY, JOHN EDWARD HASSE, AND TAD LATHROPEXPERIMENTAL COMPOSERSJAZZ AND THE ARTS: JAZZ AND CLASSICAL MUSIC: THE SECOND HALF OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURYISSUES: THE GROWING ROLE OF WOMEN IN JAZZCHAPTER SUMMARYDISCUSSION QUESTIONSKEY TERMS AND KEY PEOPLECHAPTER 9: FUSION - STEPHEN F. PONDTAKE NOTETIMELINEDEFINING FUSION JAZZFORESHADOWING FUSIONEARLY MIXESROCK, FUNK, AND THE CLIMATE FOR FUSIONEARLY FUSIONSMILES DAVIS: FUSION PIONEERLISTENING GUIDE:MILES RUNS THE VOODOO DOWN(SINGLE VERSION)FUSION IN THE EARLY '70SSTYLE/DEVELOPMENT: OFFSPRING OF BITCHES BREWLIFETIMEMAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRAWEATHER REPORTLISTENING GUIDE: BIRDLANDRETURN TO FOREVERHEADHUNTERSLISTENING GUIDE: WATERMELON MANHISTORY/CULTURE: THE SOUL-FUNK CONNECTIONR&B FUSIONPOLISHING AND POPULARIZING FUSIONISSUES: JAZZ VERSUS FUSIONLATER FUSIONSLISTENING GUIDE: BRIGHT SIZE LIFECONCLUSINOHISTORY/CULTURE: HIP-HOP AND JAZZ BY WILLIAM E. SMITHJAZZ CLASSICS: POST-MAINSTREAM JAZZ STANDARDS BY DAVID BAISECHAPTER SUMMARYDISCUSSION QUESTIONSKEY TERMS AND KEY PEOPLECHAPTER 10: LATIN JAZZ - ISABELLE LEYMARIE, TAD LATHROP, AND JOHN EDWARD HASSETAKE NOTECOMMON SOURCES, DIFFERENT SOUNDSISSUES: MUSIC OF HOPE AND SURVIVAL BY TAD LATHROPA HERITAGE OF RHYTHM AND PERCUSSIONCUBAN ROOTSSTYLE/TECHNIQUE: CUBAN RHYTHMS BY ISABELLE LEYMARIEBRAZILIAN ROOTSSTYLE/TECHNIQUE: BRAZILIAN RHYTHMS BY ISABELLE LEYMARIESTYLE/TECHNIQUE: COMPARING ASPECTS OF NORTH AMERICAN, AFRO-CUBAN, AND BRAZILIAN JAZZ BY TAD LATHROPEARLY LATIN INFLUENCES ON JAZZJAZZ CLASSICS: CARAVAN BY JOHN EDWARD HASSECUBAN MUSIC AND JAZZLISTENING GUIDE: MANTECALISTENING GUIDE:AIREGINBRAZILIAN MUSIC AND JAZZLISTENING GUIDE: THE GIRL FROM IPANEMA,MORE SOUNDS FROM THE CARIBBEANLATER TRENDS IN LATIN AND CARIBBEAN JAZZCHAPTER SUMMARYDISCUSSION QUESTIONSKEY TERMS AND KEY PEOPLECHAPTER 11: JAZZ WORLDWIDE - KEVIN WHITEHEADTAKE NOTEJAZZ IN EUROPETHE EARLY YEARSHISTORY/CULTURE: LE JAZZ HOT: JAZZ IN PARIS BETWEEN THE WARS BY PHILIPPE BAUDOINLISTENING GUIDE: MINOR SWINGCONTROVERSIESTHE WAR YEARS AND AFTERISSUES: JAZZ UNDER THE NAZIS BY RAINER LOTZREGIONAL CONCEPTIONS OF JAZZHOME-GROWN EUROPEAN MUSICIANS AND STYLESJAZZ IN ASIA AND OCEANIALISTENING GUIDE: TING NINGJAZZ IN THE MIDDLE EASTJAZZ IN AFRICASOUTH AFRICALISTENING GUIDE: MANNENBERG REVISITEDETHIOPIASENEGALOTHER LOCALESGLOBAL JAZZ IN THE 21ST CENTURYCHAPTER SUMMARYDISCUSSION QUESTIONSKEY TERMS AND KEY PEOPLECHAPTER 12: JAZZ FORWARD - JOSE ANTONIO BOWENTAKE NOTETHE CONTINUING LIFE OF MAINSTREAM ACOUSTIC JAZZHISTORY/CULTURE: INSTITUTIONAL JAZZ PROGRAMS BY JOHN EDWARD HASSEHISTORY/CULTURE: JAZZ MUSEUMS BY JOHN EDWARD HASSEWYNTON MARSALIS AND THE HARD-BOP REVIVALLISTENING GUIDE: DOWN THE AVENUEHISTORY/CULTURE: THE BIG-BAND REVIVAL BY CALVIN WILSON AND TAD LATHROPAVANT-GARDE JAZZ CONTINUES TO GROWSTYLE/TECHNIQUE: SO SOLOS AREN'T IMPORTANT AFTER ALL?NEW COLLECTIVES AND ETHNIC JAZZISSUES: JAZZ AND RACE REVISITEDLISTENING GUIDE: THE GLIDE WAS IN THE RIDEREENVISIONING JAZZLISTENING GUIDE: PLANET ROCKVOCAL JAZZHISTORY/CULTURE: VOCAL GROUPSHISTORY/CULTURE: JAZZ IN THE MARKETPLACECONCLUSIONCHAPTER SUMMARYDISCUSSION QUESTIONSKEY TERMS AND KEY PEOPLEGLOSSARYNOTESESSENTIAL JAZZ READINGTHE CONTRIBUTORSCREDITSINDEX


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