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  • Author:
    Lee Tanner
  • ISBN:
    1567993672
  • ISBN13:
    978-1567993677
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  • Publisher:
    Metro Books (December 31, 1899)
  • Pages:
    144 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Photography & Video
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Lee Tanner has been photographing jazz musicians for nearly half a century. Great book for someone who is serious about music. The images are beautifully presented and nicely spaced. I want to give this book to any of my other musician friends.

Lee Tanner has been photographing jazz musicians for nearly half a century. His photographs have appeared in Down Beat, Jazz Times, American Photo, and Popular Photography, on the covers of many record albums, and in several books. 4 people found this helpful.

Book by Tanner, Lee, Tanner, L. . His Images of Jazz, a selection of the photos he snapped of everyone from Cannonball Adderley to Zoot Sims, from the 1950s to the present, eloquently expresses his love of subject and medium. In the introduction, Nat Hentoff calls Tanner "the most consistent in his ability to find the person at the core of the player" and says that "Tanner's gift is knowing the moment at which the musician tells his own story-and not only in notes

Lee Tanner has been photographing jazz musicians for nearly half a century and was a jazz fanatic from an early age. Lee Tanner, a leading authority on jazz photography, has selected works - by such noted jazz photographers.

Lee Tanner has been photographing jazz musicians for nearly half a century and was a jazz fanatic from an early age. Lee Tanner, a leading authority on jazz photography, has selected works - by such noted jazz photographers as Herman Leonard, Bob Willoughby, Milt Hinton, and Bill Claxton - that are iconic, candid, explosive, and intimate. The Jazz Image : Masters of Jazz Photography by Lee Tanner (2006, Hardcover). Напишите отзыв первым Об этом товаре.

Jazz and blues photography, Lee Tanner Lucie award winner. Vintage Signed Prints. Estate Stamped Prints. Lee Tanner's Jazz Photography.

See if your friends have read any of Lee Tanner's books. Lee Tanner’s Followers. None yet. Lee Tanner. The Jazz Image: Masters of Jazz Photography by. Lee Tanner, Nat Hentoff (Introduction).

Lee E. Tanner, American materials scientist, photographer, writer, curator. A companion to Lee Tanner's top-selling "Images of Jazz", here is an insightful narrative with candid quotations chronicling dozens of the world's most celebrated blues musicians and singers. 96930/?tag prabook0b-20. The Jazz Image: Masters of Jazz Photography ) Author: Lee Tanner Nov-2006.

Jazz: New Perspectives on the History of Jazz (Da Capo Paperback).

Little Fires Everywhere. Jazz: New Perspectives on the History of Jazz (Da Capo Paperback).

Home Lee Tanner The Jazz Image: Masters of Jazz Photography. Lee Tanner has been photographing jazz musicians for nearly half a century. The Jazz Image: Masters of Jazz Photography. ISBN 10: 0810957493, ISBN 13: 9780810957497. He lives in Sonora, CA. Nat Hentoff is a jazz critic, historian, biographer, and columnist for the Village Voice, The Wall Street Journal, and Jazz Times.

The photos Tanner has selected are iconic, candid, explosive and intimate - together the book gives readers a unique look at.

The photos Tanner has selected are iconic, candid, explosive and intimate - together the book gives readers a unique look at jazz, photography and America, from 1935-65. These incredible images are both historical documents and cultural artifacts, as they are simultaneously records of a period and works of art unto themselves. The photos Tanner has selected are iconic, candid, explosive and intimate - together the book gives readers a unique look at jazz, photography and America, from 1935-65. Издательство: "Abrams" (2006). ISBN: 978-0-8109-5749-7.

The great improvisational American jazz musicians of the mid-20th century inspired a generation of photographers to develop a looser, moodier style of visual expression. That evocative approach is on striking display in The Jazz Image. Covering six decades of performers -from Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington to John Coltrane and Miles Davis-this unique collection is as much a comprehensive catalogue of jazz greats as it is a salute to the photographers who captured them

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Hugifyn
brilliant photos jazz was in its prime. most jazz as I know it is gone today. where there were a multitude of clubs, very few remain. this book is a real keepsake.
Erienan
Arrived in great condition / wonderful book
Yojin
Item delivered on time, was as described
BlessСhild
LEE TANNER HAS CAPTURED THE ESSENCE OF THESE ARTISTS AND GIVES YOU THE FEELING THAT YOU ARE IN THE ROOM WATCHING AND HEARING THEM PLAY