Annual Review of Jazz Studies 7: 1994-1995

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Edward Berger, David Cayer, Henry Martin, Dan Morgenstern, Lewis Porter
Scarecrow Press, 1996 - Music - 283 pages
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ARTICLES: BERGER, Morroe - Benny Carter: a life in American music; LAUBICH, Arnold - Art Tatum: a guide to his recorded music; DORAN, James M - Erroll Garner: the most happy piano; BROWN, Scott E - James P Johnson - a case of mistaken identity; VACHE, Warren W - Pee Wee Erwin - This horn for hire; CONNOR, D Russell - Benny Goodman: listen to his legacy; TIMNER, W E - Ellingtonia: the recorded music of Duke Ellington and his Sideman; POLIC, Edward F - The Glen Miller Army Air Force Band: Sustineo alas / I sustain the wings; DEFFAA, Chip - Swing legacy; REIG, Teddy - Reminiscing in tempo: the life and times of a jazz hustler; DEFFAA, Chip - In the mainstream: 18 portraits in jazz; KUEHN, John - Buddy DeFranco: a biographical portrait and discography; HILBERT, Robert - Pee Wee speaks: a discography of Pee Wee Russell; HILL, Dick - Sylvester Ahola: the Gloucester Gabriel; COHEN, Maxwell T - The police card discord; DEFFAA, Chip - Traditionalists and revivalists in jazz; BERGER, Edward - Ba ...
 

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Contents

THE SKETCHES DRAFTS AND LEAD SHEETS IN THE INSTITUTE OF JAZZ STUDIES COLLECTION
1
RHYTHMIC READINGS IN THELONIOUS MONK
25
LETTERS FROM NEW ORLEANS
47
THE BLUES CONNOTATION IN ORNETTE COLEMANS MUSICAND SOME GENERAL THOUGHTS ON THE RELATION OF BLUES TO JAZZ
75
MELODIC ORGANIZATION IN TWO SOLOS BY ORNETTE COLEMAN
101
PHOTO GALLERY
145
JAZZ AND EUROPEAN TONALITY
163
UNDERSTANDING RHYTHMIC EXPRESSIVITY
181
A SURVEY OF CRITICAL JAZZ RECORD GUIDES
251
BOOK REVIEWS
263
Four Works by David Liebman
269
Training the Ear for the Improvising Musician
273
Andy Razaf
275
ABOUT THE EDITORS
279
ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
281
ABOUT THE INSTITUTE OF JAZZ STUDIES
283

A PLATONIC DIALOG WITH MUSIC
201
A SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY OF AVAILABLE MATERIALS
217

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About the author (1996)

Martin directs music theory and composition for the Mannes-New School Jazz Program.

Lewis Porter is a jazz pianist, composer, and author. He has served as professor of music at Rutgers University in Newark since 1986, and he is the university's founder and director of the Master's Program in Jazz History and Research since 1997.

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