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Discover Jazz Plus NEW MyMusicLab -- Access Card Package with eText -- Access Card Package

  • Author: Hasse, John Edward
  • Author: Lathrop, Tad

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Contents

  • IN THIS SECTION:
  • 1.) BRIEF
  • 2.) COMPREHENSIVE
  • BRIEF TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  • Chapter 1: Introducing Jazz
  • Chapter 2: Listening to Jazz
  • Chapter 3: The Birth of Jazz
  • Chapter 4: Early Jazz
  • Chapter 5: The Swing Era
  • Chapter 6: Bebop and Modern Jazz
  • Chapter 7: Mainstream Jazz
  • Chapter 8: Free and Exploratory Jazz
  • Chapter 9: Fusion
  • Chapter 10: Latin Jazz
  • Chapter 11: Jazz Worldwide
  • Chapter 12: Jazz Forward
  • COMPREHENSIVE TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  • Chapter 1: Introducing Jazz - Tad Lathrop and John Edward Hasse
  • Take Note
  • ISSUES: Jazz as an "American" Art Form by Richard Carlin
  • STYLE/TECHNIQUE: Listening with Untrained Ears by Tad Lathrop
  • First Listening
  • Listening with Untrained Ears
  • Defining Jazz: A Beginning
  • Improvisation in Jazz
  • Other Dimensions of Jazz
  • Jazz and Society
  • Jazz and the Arts
  • Social Life and Issues
  • Jazz and Historic Trends
  • National Identity
  • Racial Identity
  • ISSUES: Jazz as African-American Music by Tad Lathrop
  • Cultural Significance
  • Chapter Summary
  • Discussion Questions
  • Key Terms and Key People
  • Chapter 2: Listening to Jazz - Tad Lathrop and John Edward Hasse
  • Take Note
  • Listening Focus: Melody
  • Listening Tips for Jazz Melody
  • Listening Focus: Harmony
  • Listening Tips for Jazz Harmony
  • Listening Focus: Rhythm
  • Listening Tips for Jazz Rhythm
  • Listening Focus: Form and Structure
  • Chorus Form
  • Compound Form
  • Listening Tips for Jazz Form and Structure
  • Listening Focus: Color and Texture
  • Listening Tips for Jazz Color and Texture
  • Listening Focus: Voice, Feel, and Expression
  • Listening Tips for Voice, Feel, and Expression
  • Listening Focus: Improvisation
  • Listening Tips for Jazz Improvisation
  • Listening Focus: Style and Experimentation
  • Listening Tips for Style and Experimentation
  • Musicians' Roles, Individual and Collective
  • STYLE/TECHNIQUE: The Team Sport of Jazz by John Edward Hasse
  • Listening Tips for Musicians' Interaction
  • Jazz as an Art Form
  • STYLE/TECHNIQUE: Standard Practices in Jazz
  • Listening Tips Wrap-Up
  • Chapter Summary
  • Discussion Questions
  • Key Terms and Key People
  • Chapter 3: The Birth of Jazz - John Edward Hasse
  • Take Note
  • Timeline
  • Old-World Roots
  • African Influences
  • LISTENING FOCUS: Simpa (Fire)
  • European Influences
  • New Orleans
  • New Orleans' Six Jazz-Creating Conditions
  • LISTENING GUIDE: In Gloryland
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: Parading with a Brass Band by Michael White
  • Musical Antecedents
  • The Blues
  • LISTENING FOCUS: Old John Henry Died on the Mountain
  • LISTENING FOCUS: Boll Weevil
  • JAZZ CLASSICS: St. Louis Blues
  • Ragging and Ragtime
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Maple Leaf Rag
  • ISSUES: The Ragtime Wars
  • Jazz: An Improvisational Music for Dancing
  • New Orleans Notables
  • LISTENING FOCUS: Livery Stable Blues,
  • New Orleans Style and "Jass" Variants
  • JAZZ CLASSICS: Tiger Rag by Jack Stewart
  • Chapter Summary
  • Discussion Questions
  • Key Terms and Key People
  • Chapter 4: Early Jazz - Michael Brooks
  • Take Note
  • Timeline
  • Chicago
  • LISTENING FOCUS: Dipper Mouth Blues
  • LISTENING GUIDE: West End Blues
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Black Bottom Stomp
  • Kansas City
  • New York
  • White Bands
  • JAZZ AND THE ARTS: Jazz and Classical Music: The First Half of the 20th Century by Jeffrey Magee
  • Harlem and the Cotton Club
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Black and Tan Fantasy
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: The Cotton Club by John Edward Hasse
  • JAZZ AND THE ARTS: Jazz and Tap by Rusty Frank
  • Vocalists
  • Jazz Arrangers of the '20s
  • Regional Bands
  • ISSUES: Jazz: Musical Virtue or Vice? by Tad Lathrop
  • Chapter Summary
  • Discussion Questions
  • Key Terms and Key People
  • Chapter 5: The Swing Era - John Edward Hasse
  • Take Note
  • Timeline
  • Jazz: A Mass Attraction
  • JAZZ AND THE ARTS: The Swing Dances
  • STYLE/TECHNIQUE: Big Band, Big Sound by Tad Lathrop
  • The Great Black Bands
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: Stompin' at the Savoy
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Ko-Ko
  • LISTENING GUIDE: One O'Clock Jump
  • The Great White Bands
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Honeysuckle Rose
  • Big-Band Care and Maintenance
  • All-Women Bands
  • Shapers of the Sound
  • STYLE/TECHNIQUE: What Does an Arranger Do?
  • Anatomy of an Arrangement
  • Small Groups and Solo Artists
  • Solo Instrumentalists
  • LISTENING FOCUS: Body and Soul
  • Singers
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: John Hammond: Talent Scout, Jazz Catalyst
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: The New Orleans Revival
  • The End of the Swing Era
  • STYLE/TECHNIQUE: Boogie-Woogie
  • Chapter Summary
  • Discussion Questions
  • Key Terms and Key People
  • Chapter 6: Bebop and Modern Jazz - Bob Blumenthal
  • Take Note
  • Timeline
  • The Postwar Jazz Scene
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: After Hours at Minton's
  • Parker, Gillespie, and the Birth of Bebop
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Shaw 'Nuff
  • ISSUES: Boppers Versus Moldy Figs by John Edward Hasse
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Embraceable You, Take A
  • STYLE/TECHNIQUE: Old Chords, New Melodies
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: Swing Street by Tad Lathrop
  • HISTORY/CULTURE:: Big Bands in the Modern Era
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: Norman Granz and Jazz at the Philharmonic
  • ISSUES: The Jazz Musician as Outsider
  • Piano Modernists
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Misterioso
  • JAZZ CLASSICS: 'Round Midnight by David Baker
  • Cool Jazz and the West Coast Scene
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Boplicity
  • JAZZ AND THE ARTS: Jazz and Film by Krin Gabbard
  • Beyond the Cool
  • JAZZ AND THE ARTS: Jazz Poetry by Sascha Feinstein
  • Chapter Summary
  • Discussion Questions
  • Key Terms and Key People
  • Chapter 7: Mainstream Jazz - Neil Tesser
  • Take Note
  • Timeline
  • Setting the Stage
  • Miles Ahead
  • The Birth of Hard Bop
  • LISTENING GUIDE: The Preacher
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: New York Nights by Tad Lathrop
  • West-Coast Bop
  • STYLE/TECHNIQUE: Breaks and Fours by David Baker
  • Three Tenor Torchbearers: Gordon, Rollins, and Coltrane
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Giant Steps
  • TWO TAKES ON THE PIANO
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Blue Rondo a la Turk
  • Soul Jazz
  • ISSUES: Jazz and Religion by John Edward Hasse
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: Down Beat and the Jazz Magazines
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: Jazz Festivals
  • Continuing Traditions
  • JAZZ AND THE ARTS: Jazz on Television by Larry Appelbaum
  • Vocalists of the Mainstream Era
  • JAZZ AND THE ARTS: Jazz and Fiction by Gerald Early
  • Alternate Currents
  • JAZZ AND THE ARTS: Jazz and Visual Art by Donna M. Cassidy
  • LISTENING GUIDE: So What
  • Chapter Summary
  • Discussion Questions
  • Key Terms and Key People
  • Chapter 8: Free and Exploratory Jazz - John Litweiler
  • Take Note
  • Timeline
  • 1959: A Turning Point in Jazz History
  • ISSUES: Jazz: The Sound of Freedom by Tad Lathrop and John Litweiler
  • Free-Jazz Ancestors
  • Free-Jazz Innovations
  • Sonic Freedom
  • Harmonic Freedom
  • Formal Freedom
  • Rhythmic Freedom
  • STYLE/TECHNIQUE: How to Listen to Free Jazz
  • Free-Jazz Innovators
  • Coleman, Taylor, and Coltrane
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Ramblin'
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: The Loft Scene
  • Jazz Underground
  • Other Free Instrumentalists
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Ghosts (First Variation)
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Bush Magic
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: Jazz Cooperatives
  • Free Spaces
  • JAZZ AND THE ARTS: Jazz on Radio by William H. Kenney, John Edward Hasse, and Tad Lathrop
  • Experimental Composers
  • JAZZ AND THE ARTS: Jazz and Classical Music: The Second Half of the Twentieth Century
  • ISSUES: The Growing Role of Women in Jazz
  • Chapter Summary
  • Discussion Questions
  • Key Terms and Key People
  • Chapter 9: Fusion - Stephen F. Pond
  • Take Note
  • Timeline
  • Defining Fusion Jazz
  • Foreshadowing Fusion
  • Early Mixes
  • Rock, Funk, and the Climate for Fusion
  • Early Fusions
  • Miles Davis: Fusion Pioneer
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Miles Runs the Voodoo Down(single version)
  • Fusion in the Early '70s
  • STYLE/DEVELOPMENT: Offspring of Bitches Brew
  • Lifetime
  • Mahavishnu Orchestra
  • Weather Report
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Birdland
  • Return to Forever
  • Headhunters
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Watermelon Man
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: The Soul-Funk Connection
  • R&B Fusion
  • Polishing and Popularizing Fusion
  • ISSUES: Jazz Versus Fusion
  • Later Fusions
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Bright Size Life
  • Conclusino
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: Hip-Hop and Jazz by William E. Smith
  • JAZZ CLASSICS: Post-Mainstream Jazz Standards by David Baise
  • Chapter Summary
  • Discussion Questions
  • Key Terms and Key People
  • Chapter 10: Latin Jazz - Isabelle Leymarie, Tad Lathrop, and John Edward Hasse
  • Take Note
  • Common Sources, Different Sounds
  • ISSUES: Music of Hope and Survival by Tad Lathrop
  • A Heritage of Rhythm and Percussion
  • Cuban Roots
  • STYLE/TECHNIQUE: Cuban Rhythms by Isabelle Leymarie
  • Brazilian Roots
  • STYLE/TECHNIQUE: Brazilian Rhythms by Isabelle Leymarie
  • STYLE/TECHNIQUE: Comparing Aspects of North American, Afro-Cuban, and Brazilian Jazz by Tad Lathrop
  • Early Latin Influences on Jazz
  • JAZZ CLASSICS: Caravan by John Edward Hasse
  • Cuban Music and Jazz
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Manteca
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Airegin
  • Brazilian Music and Jazz
  • LISTENING GUIDE: The Girl from Ipanema,
  • More Sounds from the Caribbean
  • Later Trends in Latin and Caribbean Jazz
  • Chapter Summary
  • Discussion Questions
  • Key Terms and Key People
  • Chapter 11: Jazz Worldwide - Kevin Whitehead
  • Take Note
  • Jazz in Europe
  • The Early Years
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: Le Jazz Hot: Jazz in Paris Between the Wars by Philippe Baudoin
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Minor Swing
  • Controversies
  • The War Years and After
  • ISSUES: Jazz Under the Nazis by Rainer Lotz
  • Regional Conceptions of Jazz
  • Home-grown European Musicians and Styles
  • Jazz in Asia and Oceania
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Ting Ning
  • Jazz in the Middle East
  • Jazz in Africa
  • South Africa
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Mannenberg Revisited
  • Ethiopia
  • Senegal
  • Other Locales
  • Global Jazz in the 21st Century
  • Chapter Summary
  • Discussion Questions
  • Key Terms and Key People
  • Chapter 12: Jazz Forward - Jose Antonio Bowen
  • Take Note
  • The Continuing Life of Mainstream Acoustic Jazz
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: Institutional Jazz Programs by John Edward Hasse
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: Jazz Museums by John Edward Hasse
  • Wynton Marsalis and the Hard-Bop Revival
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Down the Avenue
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: The Big-Band Revival by Calvin Wilson and Tad Lathrop
  • Avant-Garde Jazz Continues to Grow
  • STYLE/TECHNIQUE: So Solos Aren't Important After All?
  • New Collectives and Ethnic Jazz
  • ISSUES: Jazz and Race Revisited
  • LISTENING GUIDE: The Glide Was in the Ride
  • Reenvisioning Jazz
  • LISTENING GUIDE: Planet Rock
  • Vocal Jazz
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: Vocal Groups
  • HISTORY/CULTURE: Jazz in the Marketplace
  • Conclusion
  • Chapter Summary
  • Discussion Questions
  • Key Terms and Key People
  • Glossary
  • Notes
  • Essential Jazz Reading
  • The Contributors
  • Credits
  • Index