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Concert Music, Rock, and Jazz Since 1945

Essays and Analytical Studies (Eastman Studies in Music)

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Published by University of Rochester Press .
Written in English

  • 20th century music,
  • Blues,
  • Jazz,
  • Rock & pop,
  • Theory of music & musicology,
  • Postwar period, 1945 to c 2000,
  • Pop Arts / Pop Culture,
  • Contemporary Music,
  • Music,
  • Popular music,
  • History & Criticism - General,
  • Reference,
  • 20th century,
  • History and criticism

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsElizabeth West Marvin (Editor), Richard Hermann (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    Number of Pages449
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8675383M
    ISBN 10187882242X
    ISBN 109781878822420

    Big Band Goes to War. When the United States entered the war in , swing music went to war, too. Jazz music provided comfort for families at home and soldiers abroad. Many musicians were drafted into the military and took their music with them. Some of them led military jazz bands that traveled the world to boost the morale of troops. For more than years, music and performance have had a central destination in Los Angeles. The Hollywood Bowl is a venue for showcasing artistic greatness and celebrating our global cultural heritage.

    David Sanborn (born J ) is an American saxophonist, most commonly associated with smooth jazz and pop-jazz fusion, along with a slight rock 'n' roll/R and B style. He was born in Tampa, Florida and grew up in Kirkwood, Missouri. Sanborn, who suffered from polio in his youth, has been a highly regarded session player since the mid s. Early Years of Rock and Roll Ennis, Phillip H.: The Seventh Stream: The Emergence of Rock 'n' Roll in American Popular Music (University Press of New England, ) Gillett, Charlie: The Sound of the City: The Rise of Rock and Roll (E.P. Dutton, ) (Da Capo Press, ) Robbins, Ira: Test your rock IQ:the '60s: mindbenders from rock's glory decade (Little, Brown, ).

      Bruno Spoerri: CAJ (Computer-assisted Jazz) Solo concert at the symposium «The Future Sound of Pop Music» at the Bern University of the Arts, December 2, Bruno Spoerri (*) began his. Mainstream: the style of jazz regarded by the average player as the norm, as opposed to fusion, rock, avant-garde, etc.; sometimes the term implies a somewhat conservative, relatively diatonic vocabulary exemplified by Oscar Peterson. Mainstream jazz is in a highly evolved state, having incorporated virtually the entire harmonic language of 20th century tonal music.

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Concert Music, Rock, and Jazz Since by Elizabeth West Marvin and Richard Hermann,University of Rochester Press edition, in English. Concert Music, Rock, and Jazz Since Richard Hermann is assistant professor of music, University of New Mexico.

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by Elizabeth West Marvin and Richard Hermann. University of Rochester Press, Over the last three decades, no musical innovation in jazz has been more important - or controversial - than the wedding of jazz improvisation with rock music. Nicholson's lively text begins with the impact of the Beatles and the British Invasion on American popular culture and how the unexpected rise of rock music in the s almost overwhelmed jazz.

But the future, measured by radio play and music sold and people under the age of 30 caring about a new album by Bruce Springsteen or Wilco or The Hold Steady—the future points away from “rock”.Author: Will Layman.

Since people have been declaring themselves as rebels and deviants. They have picked up their guitars and hit that open E chord and said that they didn’t care how much that doggie in the window cost or that they wouldn’t get fooled again or that they were the antichrist, only to find that they had to get a better accountant to deal.

-economically, it was a difficult period for jazz (rock music had become predominant popular form)-jazz clubs closed-socially, jazz represented an overly intellectualized style of expression (ironic since it had never been a music of the socially elite)-audiences favored the simpler, down to earth honesty of rock and folk.

The term_____ was used to describe the blending of Caribbean and American jazz sounds in New York in the 's and is considered "dance music".

Salsa John Zorn, Dave Douglas, James Blood Ulmer, George Lewis and Steve Coleman are all mentioned in our book. Charlie Parker, “Koko” By no means the first bebop or modern jazz record, this is the one that cracked the firmament.

Parker showed how to make music with advanced harmonies and. 19 Musical Styles Since 20 Music Since Eight Representative Pieces Part VIII: Jazz 1 Jazz Styles: 2 Ragtime 3 Blues 4 New Orleans Style 5 Swing 6 Bebop 7 Jazz Style Since Part IX: Music for Stage and Screen 1 Musical Theater 2 Leonard Bernstein 3 Music in Film Part X: Rock 1 Rock Styles 2 Rock in American Society.

Questions of authorship and identification in the music of Led Zeppelin ’, in Concert Music, Rock, and Jazz sinceed. Marvin, E.W. and Hermann, R. (Rochester, NY, University of Rochester Press), pp. –63Cited by: 4.The first of the new arrivals, Elizabeth West Marvin and Richard Hermann’s Concert Music, Rock, and Jazz Sincecaught reviewers’ attention with the editors’ claims that the book’s diversity of contents “celebrates both the increasing pluralism of topics and approaches found in recent music scholarship, and the supposed collapse Cited by: 3.Jazz is a music genre that originated in the African-American communities of New Orleans, United States.

It originated in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, and developed from roots in blues and ragtime. Jazz is seen by many as "America's classical music". Since the s Jazz Age, jazz has become recognized as a major form of musical then emerged in the Cultural origins: Late 19th century, New Orleans.