The eleventh edition of this trusted text takes students on an extraordinary musical journey through the changing styles and the fascinating history of jazz. With a strong emphasis on listening and an outstanding photo program, Jazz offers an insider's view of the most important music, artists, clubs, and precursors in jazz history. Personal accounts by major players ("Witness to Jazz") take students inside sessions, giving them a firsthand view of the lively context surrounding the growth of this uniquely American art form.
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Jazz Listening Software: Listening guide software is available for free download from the book website. The software offers real-time listening guides that navigate you through the pieces on the Jazz CD set.
'Witness to Jazz': A new series of essays featuring the images of reknowned photographer William Gottlieb. These pieces give students a sense of the jazz experience by conveying personal anecdotes about musicians like Dizzy Gillespie, Mary Lou Williams, and Louis Armstrong.
Listening-based approach: Jazz is designed primarily to serve an audience of students outside the music major. For that reason, the text pays specific attention to the appreciation and understanding of jazz as a listener, instead of as a historian or performer.
Student-focused: In keeping with the text's focus on the non-major, key terms and fundamentals are called out and discussed.
Detailed listening guides: To further improve the accessibility of the text, the listening guides include extensive detail so that novice listeners do not become confused or lost within a piece.
Summary, Suggestions for Further Listening, Additional Reading: Further support for the new student of jazz comes in the form of these three chapter closing elements. The Summary reviews the chapter material - names, styles, recordings - to provide a handy reference for study. The Suggestions for Further Listening and for Additional Reading offer a stepping off point from which students can expand their study of an individual, a style, or a period.
Free Audio CD: Each copy of the text comes with a complimentary audio CD featuring recordings that illustrate the variations that create jazz styles.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill Humanities/Social Sciences/Languages, 2008. Book Condition: New. Brand New, Unread Copy in Perfect Condition. A+ Customer Service! Summary: Chapter 1: Listening to Jazz Chapter 2: Jazz Heritages Chapter 3: The Blues Chapter 4: Piano Styles: Ragtime to Boogie-Woogie Chapter 5: Early New Orleans and Chicago Style Jazz Chapter 6: Swing Chapter 7: Duke Ellington Chapter 8: Bop Chapter 9: Cool/Third Stream Chapter 10: Miles Davis Chapter 11: Hard Bop, Funky, Gospel Jazz Chapter 12: Free Form, Avant-Garde Chapter 13: Jazz/Rock Fusion Chapter 14: Contemporary Trends: A Maturing Art Form Chapter 15: Latin Jazz Appendix A: Listening Suggestions Appendix B: Notation Examples Glossary Bibliography. Bookseller Inventory # ABE_book_new_0073401374
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