The Oxford Companion to Australian Jazz
This first comprehensive overview of the history of Australian jazz combines over 300 entries that survey a wide range of musicians, bands, venues, and record labels, and includes a series of informative essays that provide a coherent historical context.
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Ade Monsbourgh Adelaide Alan Australia Australian jazz Barnard Barry became big band Bill Bill Munro Blott bourne Brisbane broadcast Bruce Bruce Gray Bryce Rohde cabaret Canberra commercial Conservatorium dance band Dave Dick dixieland Don Burrows early 60s England Errol Buddle formed Frank Traynor freelancing Geoff Graeme Bell Hall Hobart Hotel incl interest in jazz Jack jazz activity Jazz Band jazz concerts Jazz Festival Jazz Group jazz musicians jazz studies John John Sangster joined Judy Bailey Keith late 70s later Melbourne Mike Sutcliffe moved to Sydney Music Maker night-club Norman Linehan Orchestra Palais performance period Perth Peter Photograph courtesy piano player programme quartet radio Ray Price recorded reeds replaced residency returned Rocco Roger scene sessions style Swing Club Tony tour traditional jazz trio trombone trumpet venues Yarra