Discover the whole world of Jazz!
An inclusive, contextual, and student-friendly way to discover the whole world of jazz.
Discover Jazz presents an inclusive overview of the history of jazz, with balanced coverage of the contributions of men and women from around the world. Emphasizing the importance of context, the text presents the story of jazz not as a simple narrative, but as a series of encounters among musicians, historical events, musical influences, and social forces. And, this student-friendly text gives readers the tools they need to actively listen to–and build their own relationships with–this great American art form.
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John Edward Hasse is a music historian, pianist, and award-winning author and record producer. Since 1984, he has served as Curator of American Music at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History, where he founded the Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra and Jazz Appreciation Month. He is the author of Beyond Category: The Life and Genius of Duke Ellington, and co-producer/co-author of the book-and-six-disc set Jazz: The Smithsonian Anthology.
Tad Lathrop has authored, produced, or edited more than 50 books on music, including Jazz: The First Century and two lauded volumes on the business of music. Lathrop lectures on music and the recording industry at colleges and professional conferences, and is an accomplished guitarist who has performed at numerous venues, including New York’s Blue Note.
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