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by Mark C. Gridley
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  • Author:
    Mark C. Gridley
  • ISBN:
    0130126950
  • ISBN13:
    978-0130126955
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  • Publisher:
    Prentice Hall; 7 edition (June 1, 1999)
  • Subcategory:
    Music
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  • Rating:
    4.9
  • Votes:
    887
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Now looks at the blues, Bessie Smith, Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, and acid jazz, plus updates CD collection list and footnotes.

A beautiful big book which is an essential for anyone needing names bios style description of the major and minor players in jazz history and their influence and inter relationships. With an excellent well developed appendix for the practicing musician, and an excellent index.

A beautiful big book which is an essential for anyone needing names bios style description of the major and minor players in jazz history and their influence and inter relationships

Ships from and sold by Traubert's Books. A beautiful big book which is an essential for anyone needing names bios style description of the major and minor players in jazz history and their influence and inter relationships.

by. Gridley, Mark C. Publication date.

Jazz styles: history and analysis/Mark C. Gridley. The contents of the Jazz Classics CDs for the Concise Guide to Jazz are balanced across jazz history. 11th ed. p. cm. Includes index. ISBN-13: 978-0-205-03683-7 ISBN-10: 0-205-03683-X. The Jazz Styles books, compact discs, and instructor’s manuals are particularly useful for this type of course. With the Demo CD and the Jazz Classics CDs, the Jazz Styles textbook can serve as the core of a self-paced course of study in which the reader/ listener becomes familiar with basic principles of music listening. The sights and sounds of jazz can be enjoyed apart from the presentations made by the instructor.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 406-411) and index

Includes bibliographical references (pages 406-411) and index. What is jazz? -. - Appreciating jazz improvisation - Origins of jazz - Early jazz : combo jazz prior to the middle 1930s - Swing : the early 1930s to the late 1940s - Duke Ellington - The Count Basie bands - Bop Cool jazz. Lennie Tristano and Lee Konitz ; Birth of the cool ; West Coast style of the 1950s - Hard bop - Miles Davis, his groups and sidemen - John Coltrane - 1960s and 70s avant-garde and "free" jazz.

Includes: jazz styles cassette with 171 demos of jazz sounds & methods; 21 guides for listening to classic recordings; an explanation of the elements of music for nonmusicians; an appendix for musicians that illustrates comping, bass lines, modes, & chord progressions; & discusses.

Includes: jazz styles cassette with 171 demos of jazz sounds & methods; 21 guides for listening to classic recordings; an explanation of the elements of music for nonmusicians; an appendix for musicians that illustrates comping, bass lines, modes, & chord progressions; & discusses selections in the Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz. Includes 2 cassettes.

This title is out of print. Jazz Classics Cassette-Contains 26 historic jazz recordings by giants such as Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Bill Evans, and Dizzy Gillespie.

This readable book looks at jazz through the evolution of instrumental styles with chapters on pre-modern jazz .

This readable book looks at jazz through the evolution of instrumental styles with chapters on pre-modern jazz, modern jazz from the ’40 to the ‘60s and from the ‘60s to the ‘90s, and jazz-rock fusion. Essentially a text book on jazz appreciation, it gives tips on how to listen to improvisation and describes the elements of the music such as blue notes and chord voicings. He has also contributed articles to several periodicals and encyclopedias.


uspeh
The worst ebook I have ever bought. It does not have a working table of content, page numbers, and there are random pictures of brown frames that break up the texts that are completely useless. The first letter of every word that starts the chapter is attached to the picture. This makes reading it hard. You will have a single word on a line, and a page that has half a paragraph on it leaving the rest of the page blank. My professor will say, "read about this subject on page 286" and I am like...let the scavenger hunt began. This book needs a complete redo. It also has links that do not work. Seriously, this book was thrown together with little effort and lots of bugs. I spent more time trying to decipher the layout of the book than I did reading the subject matter.
Sha
The tracks are broken up into separate MP3 files - so you don't get to listen to the entire track at one time. I found the format very distracting. I bought the 11th edition instead - much better!

Note that each edition of the CDs has different content - so you need the 11th edition of the CDs for the 11th edition of the book
Eigeni
I agree with the other person who complained about the Kindle version. It is horrible. No table of contents. No page numbers. Not a complete waste of money but certainly not the happiest about my purchase.
Skillet
Just want to add this picture to show how I received the book.
Lilegha
The kindle version of this book is horrible. The pages aren't numbered and I'm not even sure on what chapter I'm on.
Cktiell
This book has such a wealth of information and leads for listening and further information. Its everything you ever wished you knew and wanted to know about the origins of jazz. This book is a service to American culture and society. Gridley should have won a Pulitzer Prize for this book!
lets go baby
A beautiful big book which is an essential for anyone needing names bios style description of the major and minor players in jazz history and their influence and inter relationships. With an excellent well developed appendix for the practicing musician, and an excellent index. Highly recommend Ed.
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