Read the full-text online edition of Jazz: A History (). Tirro, Frank. Jazz: a history / by Frank Tirro. – 2nd ed. p. cm. Discography: Includes bibliographical references and index. 1. Jazz-History and criticism. I. Title. Jazz has 34 ratings and 3 reviews. Mike said: This was my textbook from a Jazz History class senior year in college – a CD accompanies it. The fam and I.
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He frakn also revised the entire volume to incorporate the welter of recent jazz research and new insights into the field.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Chris rated it really liked it Dec 30, Tirro deals with every major style, trend, and artist, delineating the most important movements, describing their greatest moments, and transmitting his infectious enthusiasm for the genre in both musical and analytical terms. KIRKUS REVIEW Jazz bistory inspired the broadest range of academic musical attention, from musicological analysis to jes’-folks hisstory history,”” and this scholarly, well-intentioned study welcomes any and all perspectives without achieving any particular voice, thesis, or energy of its own.
Emily rated it really liked it Feb 25, Guthrie rated it really liked it Jul 11, Jose Torres rated it liked it Mar 29, No eBook available Amazon. Sep 12, Rob the Obscure rated it it was amazing. Joan rated it really liked it Dec 25, Now in recognition of the many new developments in jazz over the last two decades, author Frank Tirro has expanded the text to cover historg most recent Michael Belpedio rated it really liked it Aug 04, Return to Book Page. He begins by describing the roots of jazz in Africa and the state of music in late-nineteenth-century America.
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Now in recognition of the many new developments in jazz over the last two decades, author Frank Tirro has expanded the text to cover the most recent iazz styles and to treat such latter-day giants as Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Ornette Coleman, and Wynton Marsalis.
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Jazz has inspired the broadest range of academic musical attention, from musicological analysis to jes’-folks “”oral history,”” and this scholarly, well-intentioned study welcomes any and all perspectives without achieving any particular voice, thesis, or energy of its own.
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The narrative is enlivened throughout by references to the music itself, and many specific tiirro are discussed in depth. Unlike some Jazzuits, Tirro happily includes ragtime, swing, and the blues as part of Jazz, the Great Undefinable, and each receives its own compartmentalized chapter as the author Duke Univ.
Juxtaposing these two significant preconditions, he then embarks on a tirgo exploration of the musical phenomenon known as jazz: The text is keyed to a compact disc containing twenty representative pieces that illustrate major trends in jazz through the ages.
Jazz: A History by Frank Tirro
David Grossman rated it it was amazing Apr 27, Catriel rated it did not like it Aug 02, Since its original publication inthis well-balanced and beautifully illustrated book has been accepted as the standard one-volume history of jazz. Still, the eclectic evenhandedness here is a welcome change from the ivory soundchamber of many jazz purists, and profuse references to available recordings ihstory the Smithsonian Collection of Classic Jazz should make it easy for the zealous reader to listen as Tirro lectures.
This was my textbook from a Jazz History class senior year x college – a CD accompanies it. Lindsay rated it liked it Sep 22, A History by Frank Tirro.