Jazz in Print (1859-1929)

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Karl Koenig
Pendragon Press, 2002 - 594 стор.
This anthology was compiled to aid the scholar working on the origins and evolution of jazz. Covering materials published through 1929, it also begins with article from 1859 which do not concern jazz directly, but will serve to present a solid foundation for understanding the American music scene from which jazz developed. Chronologically listed and well-indexed, the hundreds of articles comprise, in effect, a history of jazz as it evolved. Beginning with accounts of Negro music in the pre-jazz era, continuing in an exploration of spirituals, followed by a description of ragtime, we finally learn about the development of jazz from its practitioners and informed audiences of the time.
 

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18561899
1
Negro Folk Songs
15
the Slave the Freedman
39
Ragtime
51
Syncopated Rhythm
67
Ragtime Speaking
92
Cadman on Ragtime
98
Negro Folk Song Recital
104
Whitman Whiteman
309
Column by Ed Chenette
316
Jazz Is It Music
322
on Her Experiment in Jazz
332
Where Jazz is Taking
370
Jazz Breaks into Society 372 December 23 New Republic Lady Jazz in the Vestibule 437
381
The Triumph of the Jungle 382 January 13 Nation MusicTwo Parodies
443
Ragtime Jazz and High Art 386 Jazz Kings
449

AntiRagtime 105 September New Republic Plus De J azz
154
Canning Negro Melodies 109 Broadways Conquest of Europe
160
A Modest Proposal 116 February 12 New York Times TwoStep to Jazz
167
A Negro Explains 132 the Old South
177
Spreading the Gospel 142 May Metronome Jazz the PresentDay Live Issue
186
Jazz Music and the Modern Dance 149 Jazz Latitude
194
Some Further Opinions on Jazz
202
The New Jazz
208
Shady Dance Steps
214
Untitled
222
Song Dances of the Southland
230
Ted Lewis of Jazz Band Fame
237
Jazz Again
245
Jazz May Be Lowbrow But
252
Quality in Blues
260
Instrumentation for Theatre Pit
268
Jazz or Modern Popular
274
The National Music
280
JazzIts Origin Effect Future
287
An Interview with H T Burleigh
293
Stokowski Declares
302
George Gershwin 40 l Upon Opera
456
Interesting People 407 April American Mercury The Anatomy of Jazz Part I
463
Philadelphia Hears First 411 May 29 Literary Digest The Quarries for Jazz
476
Music in America 424 into Their
482
The Jazz Myth 430 Concerning Blues
488
The Blues
494
1900 51
500
1927
507
More Hot Dirty Breaks
514
The Doctor Looks at Jazz
520
A New York Diary
526
1929
549
Jazz Arrives at the Opera
555
George Gershwin
562
Black Music
573
Index of Names
579
102
582
326
583
Index of Titles 587
587
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