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Talking with Dave Brubeck: No figure associated with West Coast jazz is better known than Brubeck - and if fame was the sole or chief criterion of our historical inquiry, our task would be a. Product Information. This book and CD package is solely devoted to providing you with a complete overview of the techniques and styles popularized by the greatest West Coast jazz piano players of .
Mar 05, · Buy West Coast Jazz: Modern Jazz in California, New Ed by Ted Gioia, William Claxton (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Cool and West Coast Jazz tempered the unruly language of Bop, re-emphasized the feel of Swing, and often let soloists work over subtle arrangements. Miles Davis' introspective trumpet style was in direct counterpoint to Dizzy Gillespie's fiery approach, while Lester Young's lyrical saxophone was a major influence on Stan Getz and Paul Desmond.
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From the Preface by Ted Gioia: All of these musicians fought their way back over the next decadeCited by: Superb documentation on Central Avenue life in the s, as well as the personalities and sounds that came out of West Coast Jazz. Often regarded as "cool jazz," this was a remarkable period of California culture - as it produced brilliant music by such people as Chet Baker, Art Pepper, Charles Mingus, Shelley Manne and many others/5.
Oct 01, · About the Book. From the Preface by Ted Gioia:All of these musicians fought their way back over the next decade, and their success in re-establishing themselves as important artists was perhaps the first signal, initially unrecognized as such, that a re-evaluation of the earlier West Coast scene was under way.
SMITH: You talk about Dave Brubeck in your book West Coast Jazz (hot link to the excerpt from the book - will send as a separate file) as the leader, the driving force of west coast jazz and an.
West Coast Jazz is a album by Stan Getz accompanied by a quartet including trumpeter Conte Candoli. Getz recorded the album in California, where he was filming parts for The Benny Goodman Story, and appearing for a week at the nightclub Zardi's capitolchamberartists.com musicians that accompanied him at Zardi's were chosen by Getz to make this album with capitolchamberartists.com: Jazz.
Find helpful customer reviews and review ratings for West Coast Jazz: Modern Jazz in California, at capitolchamberartists.com Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users/5(10). West Coast jazz refers to styles of jazz that developed in Los Angeles and San Francisco during the s.
West Coast jazz is often seen as a subgenre of cool jazz, which consisted of a calmer style than bebop or hard capitolchamberartists.com music West Coast jazz book relatively more on composition and arrangement than on the individually improvised playing of other jazz capitolchamberartists.comtic origins: Bebop, swing, classical.
"West Coast jazz," as it soon became known, was a fresh new sound which stirred both controversy and excitement in equal measure. One thing, however, was certain: never before (or since) had so many jazz musicians from the Coast made such an impact on jazz.4/5(2).
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Book Graph ™ B&N Readouts Indie Atlas struck a deal with cool jazz icon Art Pepper to record a series of dates showcasing some of his fellow West Coast acolytes. Due in part to an existing contract with another. Paula West is a West coast-based jazz vocalist who has only recorded sporadically under her own name, though the soulful alto deserves to be more widely known.
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I was a passionate advocate for the local scene, and even wrote about it in West Coast Jazz (Oxford University Press), celebrating the legacy and achievements of the great California artists. But all this was ancient history by the time the book appeared in From the Preface by Ted Gioia:All of these musicians fought their way back over the next decade, and their success in re-establishing themselves as important artists was perhaps the first signal, initially unrecognized as such, that a re-evaluation of the earlier West Coast scene was under way.
Less fortunate than these few were West Coasters such as Sonny Criss, Harold Land, Curtis Counce 4/5(2). Get this from a library. West Coast jazz: modern jazz in California, [Ted Gioia] -- Over the last half-century, New York's preeminence in the world of jazz has been challenged only once--during the s--when California emerged with a splash on the jazz scene.
"West Coast jazz," as. Impressed with this lineup, he took them into the studio to record West Coast Jazz. Generally unlike West Coast jazz of the time, the rapid group interplay with energized bop solos, still stand out particularly on "S-H-I-N-E" and Dizzy Gillespie's "A Night in Tunisia." Coupled with the album's original six tracks, the Verve Master Edition 8/ Blue Note Jazz Cruise features performances by over 75 top-flight musicians, including Kamasi Washington, Christian McBride, Marcus Miller, Robert Glasper, Don Was, to name a few.
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Jazz» Cool» West Coast Jazz An occasional nickname for cool since some of the key pacesetters were centered in Los Angeles, West Coast Jazz evolved directly from bop in the late '40s and '50s.
Essentially, it was a mixture of bop with certain aspects of swing that had been overlooked or temporarily discarded.Note: Citations are based on reference standards.
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is one of those musical terms that causes controversy. Largely dismissed at the time by critics in New York, the musicians, arrangers, composers, producers and labels associated with West Coast Jazz have profoundly influenced the music we listen to today.