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The History Of Jazz

Author: Ted Gioia
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0195399706
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A panoramic history of the genre brings to life the diverse places in which jazz evolved, traces the origins of its various styles, and offers commentary on the music itself.

How To Listen To Jazz

Author: Ted Gioia
Publisher: Basic Books
ISBN: 0465097774
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An Economist Best Book of the Year "A radiantly accomplished writer . . . Gioia conveys his passion for the music with vivid description and shrewd judgements."-Wall Street Journal In How to Listen to Jazz, award-winning music scholar Ted Gioia presents a lively introduction to the art of listening to jazz. He tells us what to listen for in a performance and includes a guide to today's leading jazz musicians. From Louis Armstrong's innovative sounds to the exotic compositions of Duke Ellington, Gioia covers everything from the music's history to the building blocks of improvisation. A true love letter to jazz by a foremost expert, How to Listen to Jazz is a must-read for anyone who's ever wanted to understand America's greatest contribution to music. "Gioia could not have done a better job. Through him, jazz might even find new devotees."-Economist "How to Listen to Jazz is a packed and useful introduction to the medium. . . . You feel you are in good hands."-Weekly Standard

The Imperfect Art

Author: Ted Gioia
Publisher: Oxford University Press on Demand
ISBN: 0195063287
Size: 37.52 MB
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Relates the work of jazz artists such as Louis Armstrong, Bix Beiderbecke, Lester Young, Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker, John Coltrane and Ornette Coleman to primitivism in the arts, neoclassicism, good and bad taste, improvization and recordings, and aesthetics in general.

Of Love And Other Demons

Author: Gabriel García Márquez
Publisher: Penguin Books India
ISBN: 9780140246315
Size: 49.57 MB
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This is a comprehensive reference guide for professional and student structural engineers containing key information required on a day-to-day basis. By bringing together data from many sources, this book should help engineers to apply classroom theories into practical projects on the ground. With quick and clear access to charts, tables and data it speeds up scheme design in the office, in transit, or on the site.

Oxford Picture Dictionary English Brazilian Portuguese Edition Bilingual Dictionary For Brazilian Portuguese Speaking Teenage And Adult Students Of English

Author: Jayme Adelson-Goldstein
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0194201414
Size: 28.76 MB
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4,000 words and phrases are organized thematically within 163 topics. Includes English to Brazilian Portuguese translations of vocabulary throughout, and an extensive index in Brazilian Portuguese at the back of the book. A fully integrated vocabulary development program in American English, progressing from essential words to the more complex, delivered in short thematic units. Realistic scenarios and modern artwork are easy to relate to and these, together with story pages and practice exercises, have been applauded for their success in promoting critical thinking skills. Content is fully supported by a range of components (in English only) - including Workbooks, Classroom Activities, Audio and website.

The Swing Book

Author: Degen Pener
Publisher: Back Bay Books
ISBN: 9780316076678
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Ten years ago a revival of swing took place, originating in San Francisco, snowballing into today's international resurgence. This book presents the complete history of swing music and dancing, then and now.

Bossa Nova

Author: Ruy Castro
Publisher: Chicago Review Press
ISBN: 1613745745
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Bossa nova is one of the most popular musical genres in the world. Songs such as The Girl from Ipanema (the fifth most frequently played song in the world), The Waters of March, and Desafinado are known around the world. Bossa Novaa number-one bestseller when originally published in Brazil as Chega de Saudadeis a definitive history of this seductive music. Based on extensive interviews with Antonio Carlos Jobim, Jo+o Gilberto, and all the major musicians and their friends, Bossa Nova explains how a handful of Rio de Janeiro teenagers changed the face of popular culture around the world. Now, in this outstanding translation, the full flavor of Ruy Castro s wisecracking, chatty Portuguese comes through in a feast of detail. Along the way he introduces a cast of unforgettable characters who turned Gilberto s singular vision into the sound of a generation."

Swingin At The Savoy

Author: Norma Miller
Publisher:
ISBN: 9781566398497
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The dancer and choreographer chronicles her life and provides a history of the Savoy Ballroom in Harlem and its influence on American culture.

Last Chance Island

Author: Norma Charles
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ISBN: 9781553804581
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Norma Charles has authored and co-authored some twenty novels for children and young readers, in English and French. She plays an important part in the YA circle, and is well-known to bookstore owners; Two alternating stories: One with Nigerian children escaping from their village destroyed by rebels; the other a young Canadian girl who is sent to live on a remote Irish island when her father dies; The two stories join up when the Canadian girl rescues the African children, left to die on the island; Features a journey with a smuggler on his fishing boat from African to Ireland; The children must fend off starvation and stay hidden from authorities in order to survive; An inspiring ending with the African children being allowed to stay in Ireland and being homeschooled with the possibility of returning to Africa to help other orphaned children; Comparable titles: Another Kind of Hurricane by Tamara Ellis Smith (Schwartz & Wade, 2015), Secrets of Selkie Bay by Shelley Moore Thomas (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2015), Run Marco Run by Norma Charles (Ronsdale, 2011).In this compelling tale, two very different stories intersect with surprising results. There's the story of two African children, Kalu and his cousin, Aisha, who escape from their village after it's destroyed by rebel soldiers. The kids flee to the coast where they find work on a fishing boat bound for Britain. They think they're safe, until the nervous fisherman leaves them with little food or water on Last Chance Island off the coast of Ireland. Meanwhile, Spike, a Canadian teen, finds out that her father has died, and she is being sent to live with a distant relative, a woman who tends the lighthouse on Last Chance Island. Spike can't wait to escape and join a troupe of musicians she's met in Dublin. But one day, she discovers the two African kids in desperate need of help. Will she change her plans to try to save these kids?

Delta Blues The Life And Times Of The Mississippi Masters Who Revolutionized American Music

Author: Ted Gioia
Publisher: W. W. Norton & Company
ISBN: 9780393069990
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“The essential history of this distinctly American genre.”—Atlanta Journal-Constitution In this “expertly researched, elegantly written, dispassionate yet thoughtful history” (Gary Giddins), award-winning author Ted Gioia gives us “the rare combination of a tome that is both deeply informative and enjoyable to read” (Publishers Weekly, starred review). From the field hollers of nineteenth-century plantations to Muddy Waters and B.B. King, Delta Blues delves into the uneasy mix of race and money at the point where traditional music became commercial and bluesmen found new audiences of thousands. Combining extensive fieldwork, archival research, interviews with living musicians, and first-person accounts with “his own calm, argument-closing incantations to draw a line through a century of Delta blues” (New York Times), this engrossing narrative is flavored with insightful and vivid musical descriptions that ensure “an understanding of not only the musicians, but the music itself” (Boston Sunday Globe). Rooted in the thick-as-tar Delta soil, Delta Blues is already “a contemporary classic in its field” (Jazz Review).