Living with Jazz

Living with Jazz : An Appreciation

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As Tiro informs students about the music, musicians, history, and social forces that have shaped jazz, he teaches students the aural skills that lead to a true understanding of jazz. This text includes 50 musical examples that are detailed in the text and included on the accompanying 3-CD set.
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  • Paperback | 352 pages
  • 191.8 x 231.6 x 14.2mm | 548.25g
  • Wadsworth Publishing Co Inc
  • Belmont, CA, United States
  • English
  • 0155003186
  • 9780155003187

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Preface List of Illustrations. Part I: The Basics. 1. Identifying the Sounds. The Chocolate Dandies, Bugle Call Rag (TJA#1). 2. Individual Voices. Benny Goodman Sextet, China Boy (TJA#2). 3. The Rhythm Section. Two Rhythm Sections, Three Blues in F (TJA#3,4 & 5). 4. One Soloist Plus the Rhythm Section. Charlie Parker Quartet, Now's The Time (TJA#6). 5. The Element of Swing. Don Redman and His Orchestra, Shakin' The African (TJA#7). 6. Form, Meter, and the Blues Scale. Dave Brubeck Quartet, Blue Rondo A La Turk (TJA#8). 7. The Harmonic Structure and Popular Song Form. Dave Brubeck Quartet, Take The "A" Train (TJA#9). Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra with Betty Roche, Take the "A" Train (TJA#10). 8. The Vocal Line. Billie Holiday, Strange Fruit (TJA#11). Ethel Waters, Black and Blue (TJA#12). 9. Reviewing the Basics. Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra, Knockin' A Jug (TJA#13). Part II: Men and Women of Jazz. 10. Two Superb Pianists. Erroll Garner, Where or When (TJA#14). Bill Evans, Blue in Green (TJA#15). 11. Five Soloists from the Rhythm Section. Gerry Mulligan Ensemble, K-4 Pacific (TJA#16). 12. Improvising Brass I. Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra, Knockin' A Jug (TJA#13). Bix Beiderbecke, Goose Pimples (TJA#17). 13. Improvising Brass II. Dizzy Gillespie and His All Star Quintet, Dizy Atmosphere (TJA#18). Charlie Parker Sextet, Air Conditioning (TJA#19). Ray Anderson Quartet, The Gahtooze (TJA#20). 14. Improvising Brass III: The Women. International Sweethearts of Rhythm, Jump Children (TJA#21). Dizzy Gillespie Orchestra, My Reverie (TJA#22). Rebecca Coupe Franks, Suit of Armor (TJA#23). 15. Four Pianists Before World War II. Jelly Roll Morton, Sporting House Rag (TJA#24). James P. Johnson, The Mule Walk (TJA#25). Pete Johnson, Boogie Woogie (TJA#26). Art Tatum, Tea For Two (TJA#27). 16. Four Modern Masters of the Keyboard. Bud Powell, East Of The Sun (TJA#28). Sun Ra, Calling Planet Earth (TJA#29). Cecil Taylor, Johnny Come Lately (TJA#30). Weather Report, Harlequin (TJA#31). 17. Syncopating Saxophones I. Clarence Williams Blue Five, Texas Moaner Blues (TJA#32). Frankie Trumbauer Orchestra, Clarinet Marmalade (TJA#33). Count Basie Orchestra, Every Tub (TJA#34). Clifford Brown-Max Roach Quintet, What Is This Thing Called Love? (TJA#35). 18. Syncopating Saxophones II. Stan Getz with Bob Brookmeyer, Cool Mix (TJA#36). Cannonball Adderley with Bill Evans, Know What I Mean? (TJA#37). Ornette Coleman Quartet, Free (TJA#38). Michael Brecker, Don't Try This At Home (TJA#39). 19. Syncopating Saxophones III: The Women. Viola Burnside, Sweet Georgia Brown (TJA#40). Vi Redd, Now's The Time (TJA#41). Barbara Thomspon, You Must Be Jokin' (TJA#42). Jane Ira Bloom, Further Into The Night (TJA#43). 20. Reviewing the Men and Women of Jazz. Stan Kenton, Prologue (TJA#44). 21. Review of Concepts and Terms. Stan Freberg, The Great Pretender (TJA#45). 22. Review of Styles. Langston Hughes, The Story of Jazz (TJA#46). Part III: Living With Jazz: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. 23. Yesterday: History and the World of Duke Ellington. Duke Ellington, The Mooche (TJA#47). Duke Ellington, Take The A Train (TJA#10). Duke Ellington, T.G.T.T. (TJA#48). 24. Today and Tomorrow: Neoclassic Jazz and Beyond. Branford Marsalis, Cain and Able (TJA#49). Freddie Bryant, Karma (TJA#50). Appendix A: Worksheet for Listening Assignments. Appendix B.
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Preface List of Illustrations. Part I: The Basics. 1. Identifying the Sounds. The Chocolate Dandies, Bugle Call Rag (TJA#1). 2. Individual Voices. Benny Goodman Sextet, China Boy (TJA#2). 3. The Rhythm Section. Two Rhythm Sections, Three Blues in F (TJA#3,4 & 5). 4. One Soloist Plus the Rhythm Section. Charlie Parker Quartet, Now's The Time (TJA#6). 5. The Element of Swing. Don Redman and His Orchestra, Shakin' The African (TJA#7). 6. Form, Meter, and the Blues Scale. Dave Brubeck Quartet, Blue Rondo A La Turk (TJA#8). 7. The Harmonic Structure and Popular Song Form. Dave Brubeck Quartet, Take The "A" Train (TJA#9). Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra with Betty Roche, Take the "A" Train (TJA#10). 8. The Vocal Line. Billie Holiday, Strange Fruit (TJA#11). Ethel Waters, Black and Blue (TJA#12). 9. Reviewing the Basics. Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra, Knockin' A Jug (TJA#13). Part II: Men and Women of Jazz. 10. Two Superb Pianists. Erroll Garner, Where or When (TJA#14). Bill Evans, Blue in Green (TJA#15). 11. Five Soloists from the Rhythm Section. Gerry Mulligan Ensemble, K-4 Pacific (TJA#16). 12. Improvising Brass I. Louis Armstrong and His Orchestra, Knockin' A Jug (TJA#13). Bix Beiderbecke, Goose Pimples (TJA#17). 13. Improvising Brass II. Dizzy Gillespie and His All Star Quintet, Dizy Atmosphere (TJA#18). Charlie Parker Sextet, Air Conditioning (TJA#19). Ray Anderson Quartet, The Gahtooze (TJA#20). 14. Improvising Brass III: The Women. International Sweethearts of Rhythm, Jump Children (TJA#21). Dizzy Gillespie Orchestra, My Reverie (TJA#22). Rebecca Coupe Franks, Suit of Armor (TJA#23). 15. Four Pianists Before World War II. Jelly Roll Morton, Sporting House Rag (TJA#24). James P. Johnson, The Mule Walk (TJA#25). Pete Johnson, Boogie Woogie (TJA#26). Art Tatum, Tea For Two (TJA#27). 16. Four Modern Masters of the Keyboard. Bud Powell, East Of The Sun (TJA#28). Sun Ra, Calling Planet Earth (TJA#29). Cecil Taylor, Johnny Come Lately (TJA#30). Weather Report, Harlequin (TJA#31). 17. Syncopating Saxophones I. Clarence Williams Blue Five, Texas Moaner Blues (TJA#32). Frankie Trumbauer Orchestra, Clarinet Marmalade (TJA#33). Count Basie Orchestra, Every Tub (TJA#34). Clifford Brown-Max Roach Quintet, What Is This Thing Called Love? (TJA#35). 18. Syncopating Saxophones II. Stan Getz with Bob Brookmeyer, Cool Mix (TJA#36). Cannonball Adderley with Bill Evans, Know What I Mean? (TJA#37). Ornette Coleman Quartet, Free (TJA#38). Michael Brecker, Don't Try This At Home (TJA#39). 19. Syncopating Saxophones III: The Women. Viola Burnside, Sweet Georgia Brown (TJA#40). Vi Redd, Now's The Time (TJA#41). Barbara Thomspon, You Must Be Jokin' (TJA#42). Jane Ira Bloom, Further Into The Night (TJA#43). 20. Reviewing the Men and Women of Jazz. Stan Kenton, Prologue (TJA#44). 21. Review of Concepts and Terms. Stan Freberg, The Great Pretender (TJA#45). 22. Review of Styles. Langston Hughes, The Story of Jazz (TJA#46). Part III: Living With Jazz: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow. 23. Yesterday: History and the World of Duke Ellington. Duke Ellington, The Mooche (TJA#47). Duke Ellington, Take The A Train (TJA#10). Duke Ellington, T.G.T.T. (TJA#48). 24. Today and Tomorrow: Neoclassic Jazz and Beyond. Branford Marsalis, Cain and Able (TJA#49). Freddie Bryant, Karma (TJA#50). Appendix A: Worksheet for Listening Assignments. Appendix B.
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