A night in Tunisia: imaginings of Africa in jazz

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Scarecrow Press, May 1, 1992 - Music - 244 pages
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.,."his economical writing style ... manages to pack lots of information - and opinion - into a few carefully chosen words ... Besides detail work well-grounded in scholarship...the author isn't afraid to interpolate such generalizations and speculations as he sees fit; he may be the Stephen Hawking of jazz criticism." - Bob Tarte, The Beat

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Contents

Earliest Intimations of a Return to
21
Madame Zzaj Testifies Why a Drum Is a Woman
37
The Evolution of a Standard
48
Copyright

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