The late jazz tenor saxophonist, Stan Getz, was born in 1927. Getz was influenced by the big bands during World War II and later was a major influence himself until his death in 1991. Some of the musical territory that is covered includes his time with Woody Herman; the Roost sessions; playing with such musicians as Bob Brookmeyer, Gerry Mulligan, Chet Baker, to name just a few. This bibliography includes references to periodical literature, articles from news wire services, books, dissertations, films, videos, television programs, radio broadcasts, and Web sites. The citations are primarily from English-language sources, although citations from many other languages are included. Materials in English and French as well as a handful of items from other languages are annotated. This work also includes a preface that outlines the scope of the work and a user's guide to assist the reader or researcher. Sections on album reviews, performance reviews, discographies and discographical information, transcriptions, biographical and critical works, a filmography and an appendix of materials in Danish, Dutch, German, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish and Swedish complete the volume.