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Annual Review of Jazz Studies 8: 1996 : Special Edition on Jazz Theory - Henry Martin

Annual Review of Jazz Studies 8: 1996

Special Edition on Jazz Theory

Paperback Published: 1st October 2004
ISBN: 9780810849730
Number Of Pages: 300

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Now in paperback! Showcases professional work in the arena of jazz theory. Among the contributors are scholars of jazz theory as well as musicians, including four of the founding members of the jazz section of the Society for Music Theory. The articles offer a close analysis of a wide variety of jazz styles and span the years from the 1920s to the 1960s. Feature articles include analyses of the music of Johnny Dodds, Charlie Parker, Herbie Hancock, Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane, an overview of jazz theory that examines its history and purpose, a discussion of linear intervallic patterns in the jazz repertory, and a review of scientific analyses of jazz microrhythms. Of great interest to jazz theorists, performers, educators and critics.

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Martin's approach here as editor is an intelligent one; the articles tend to embrace several levels of theory at once, and the serious listener, player, or student should find this volume worthwhile. * Cadence Magazine *

Prefacep. ix
Featured Articles
Jazz Theory--An Overviewp. 1
Blurring the Barline: Metric Displacement in the Piano Solos of Herbie Hancockp. 19
Blues for You, Johnny: Johnny Dodds and His "Wild Man Blues" Recordings of 1927 and 1928p. 39
Linear Intervallic Patterns in Jazz Repertoryp. 63
Microrhythms in Jazz: A Review of Papersp. 117
The Art of Charlie Parker's Rhetoricp. 141
John Coltrane's Meditations Suite--A Study in Symmetryp. 167
Outrageous Clusters: Dissonant Semitonal Cells in the Music of Thelonious Monkp. 181
Pedagogy
How Weird Can Things Get? (Maps for Pantonal Improvisation)p. 203
Hearing Chordsp. 227
Transcribing a Solo Using a Tape Constructed from a Compact Disc Player with A/B Repeat Functionp. 243
Book Review
What to Listen for in Jazz, by Barry Kernfeld (Yale, 1995)p. 247
CD Review
Big Band Renaissance, a CD recording selected by Bill Kirchner (Smithsonian, 1995)p. 261
About the Editorp. 279
About the Contributorsp. 281
About the Institute of Jazz Studiesp. 285
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ISBN: 9780810849730
ISBN-10: 0810849739
Series: Annual Review of Jazz Studies
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 300
Published: 1st October 2004
Publisher: Scarecrow Press
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 21.4 x 18.2  x 2.3
Weight (kg): 0.4

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