6 edition of Jazz Masters of the Thirties (Macmillan Jazz Masters Series.) found in the catalog.
April 1, 1988
by Da Capo
Written in English
|Contributions||Martin Williams (Designer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||236|
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The trombone has always played a critical role in brass parade bands. Around the 20th century, the trombone was especially important and popular with brass bands in many southern cities in America. As more bands begun experimenting with jazz ensembles, the trombone joined the ranks of other wind instruments such as the clarinet.. At the start of the mids, big bands started creating . Title: Jazz Masters Of The 30s (Macmillan Jazz Masters Series) Author: Rex Stewart Created Date: 8/2/ AM.
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Not an analysis or portrait of jazz masters of the thirties. Rex Stewart was a first rate trumpeter who played with everyone (think Fletcher Henderson and Duke Ellington among others) and here he revels in his anecdotage.
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This is the only jazz history written by a musician that is not strictly autobiographical. Rex Stewart, who played trumpet and cornet with Fletcher Henderson and Duke Ellington, knew personally all the giants of jazz in the s and thus his judgments on their achievements come with unique authority and : Rex Stewart.
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A better book than a history/5. This is the only jazz history written by a musician that is notstrictly autobiographical. Rex Stewart, who played trumpet andcornet with Fletcher. An illustration of an open book.
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Jazz critic and author Joe Golberg explains his purpose in writing Jazz Masters of the Fifties as follows: "This book is concerned with players who may be considered as artists. They have all come to prominence since the rise of Charlie Parker; in a sense, this book is a consideration of different uses to which Parker's discoveries have been by: A master of swing, Georgia-born Harry James entered the best jazz trumpeters ranks while learning his craft in the popular big bands of Ben Pollack and Benny Goodman in the 30s, before launching.
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he also describes the several revivals of Dixieland-style music that blossomed in the Thirties, Forties, and Fifties. These discussions are Reviews: 2. Richard Hadlock has written jazz criticism for Downbeat, the Jazz Review, Jazz Quarterly, Metronome, as well as theNew York Times and San Francisco Examiner.
He hosts one of the longest running jazz radio shows, "The Annals of Jazz," on station KCSM in San Mateo, California. He lives in Berkley where he is an active by: 2. The s. One of the first books with the word "jazz" in the title originates from his book Jazz - Eine Musikalische Zeitfrage (Jazz - A Musical Issue) ofPaul Bernhard relates the term Jazz to a specific dance.
When dancer Josephine Baker visited Berlin inshe found it dazzling. "The city had a jewel-like sparkle," she said, "the vast cafés reminded me of ocean liners. Jazz masters of the thirties by Rex Stewart starting at $ Jazz masters of the thirties has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
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Inthe jazz age was underway and was indirectly fueled by prohibition of alcohol. In Chicago, the jazz scene was developing rapidly, aided by the immigration of over 40 prominent New Orleans jazzmen to the city, continuous throughout much of the s, including The New Orleans Rhythm Kings who began playing at Friar's Inn.
However, inthe cabaret business began in New York City. In the early s, he was one of the most in-demand drummers in New York City’s jazz, dance band, and orchestral scene. He was written about at that time as one of the most innovative drummers.B REX STEWART.
Jazz Masters of the Thirties. New York, Macmillan, pp. Photos. CRITIC REVIEW: “This is the only jazz history written by a musician that is not strictly autobiographical. Rex Stewart, who played trumpet and cornet with Fletcher Henderson and Duke Ellington, knew personally all the giants of jazz in the s and thus his judgments on their achievements come with.The saxophone remains an iconic instrument in jazz, mastered by many musical geniuses.
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