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Book
xvi, 194 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction
  • 1. Dress Theory, Fashion and a Jazz Aesthetic
  • 2. A Stylish History of Jazz: 1900-1960
  • 3. A Narrative of Jazz Modernity
  • 4. Assessing Elitism and Branding in Jazz
  • 5. Gendered Identities, Ideologies and Cultural Difference
  • 6. Subversive Representation: Vernacular, Dress and Morality
  • 7. Narcotics and Jazz: A Fashionable Addiction
  • 8. Beyond the Gardenia: Billie Holiday
  • 9. Aesthetics of the Jazz Dandy
  • 10. Philadelphia Nightlife, Nostalgia and Popular Culture
  • Coda
  • Appendix I: Recommended Listening
  • Appendix II: Recommended Viewing
  • Bibliography
  • Index.
"Born in the late 19th century, jazz gained mainstream popularity during a volatile period of racial segregation and gender inequality. It was in these adverse conditions that jazz performers discovered the power of dress as a visual tool used to defy mainstream societal constructs, shaping a new fashion and style aesthetic. Fashion and Jazz is the first study to identify the behaviours, signs and meanings that defined this newly evolving subcultural style. Drawing on fashion studies and cultural theory, the book provides an in-depth analysis of the social and political entanglements of jazz and dress, with individual chapters exploring key themes such as race, class and gender. Including a wide variety of case studies, ranging from Billie Holliday and Ella Fitzgerald to Louis Armstrong and Chet Baker, it presents a critical and cultural analysis of jazz performers as modern icons of fashion and popular style. Addressing a number of previously underexplored areas of jazz culture, such as modern dandyism and the link between drug use and glamorous dress, Fashion and Jazz provides a fascinating history of fashion's dialogue with African-American art and style. It is essential reading for students of fashion, cultural studies, African-American studies and history"-- Provided by publisher.
  • Introduction
  • 1. Dress Theory, Fashion and a Jazz Aesthetic
  • 2. A Stylish History of Jazz: 1900-1960
  • 3. A Narrative of Jazz Modernity
  • 4. Assessing Elitism and Branding in Jazz
  • 5. Gendered Identities, Ideologies and Cultural Difference
  • 6. Subversive Representation: Vernacular, Dress and Morality
  • 7. Narcotics and Jazz: A Fashionable Addiction
  • 8. Beyond the Gardenia: Billie Holiday
  • 9. Aesthetics of the Jazz Dandy
  • 10. Philadelphia Nightlife, Nostalgia and Popular Culture
  • Coda
  • Appendix I: Recommended Listening
  • Appendix II: Recommended Viewing
  • Bibliography
  • Index.
"Born in the late 19th century, jazz gained mainstream popularity during a volatile period of racial segregation and gender inequality. It was in these adverse conditions that jazz performers discovered the power of dress as a visual tool used to defy mainstream societal constructs, shaping a new fashion and style aesthetic. Fashion and Jazz is the first study to identify the behaviours, signs and meanings that defined this newly evolving subcultural style. Drawing on fashion studies and cultural theory, the book provides an in-depth analysis of the social and political entanglements of jazz and dress, with individual chapters exploring key themes such as race, class and gender. Including a wide variety of case studies, ranging from Billie Holliday and Ella Fitzgerald to Louis Armstrong and Chet Baker, it presents a critical and cultural analysis of jazz performers as modern icons of fashion and popular style. Addressing a number of previously underexplored areas of jazz culture, such as modern dandyism and the link between drug use and glamorous dress, Fashion and Jazz provides a fascinating history of fashion's dialogue with African-American art and style. It is essential reading for students of fashion, cultural studies, African-American studies and history"-- Provided by publisher.
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Book
xx, 195 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Part I. Prelude : Artists respond to music
  • Stuart Davis and the art of jazz
  • Arthur Dove and George Gershwin: A brush with Rhapsody in Blue
  • Romare Bearden and visual jazz
  • European artists and American jazz
  • Kandinsky and Schoenberg : On the verge. Part II : Interlude 1 : Composers respond to artists
  • Dave Brubeck and his reflections on Miró : Music and art across time
  • Paul Klee : The music in the art
  • Mark Rothko and Morton Feldman : Somewhere between presence and absence, sound and silence
  • Earle Brown and Alexander Calder : Who's in control?
  • John Cage and Robert Rauschenberg : Life of art - art of life. Part III : Interlude 2 : Shared inspiration and influence across domains
  • Claude Debussy and the Fin-de-Siècle
  • Cubism in art and music
  • Georgia O'Keeffe and American modernist composers : The spirit of a new century
  • Diego Rivera and Carlos Chávez : Voices of Mexico in art and music
  • Minimalism in art and music
  • Postlude.
  • Part I. Prelude : Artists respond to music
  • Stuart Davis and the art of jazz
  • Arthur Dove and George Gershwin: A brush with Rhapsody in Blue
  • Romare Bearden and visual jazz
  • European artists and American jazz
  • Kandinsky and Schoenberg : On the verge. Part II : Interlude 1 : Composers respond to artists
  • Dave Brubeck and his reflections on Miró : Music and art across time
  • Paul Klee : The music in the art
  • Mark Rothko and Morton Feldman : Somewhere between presence and absence, sound and silence
  • Earle Brown and Alexander Calder : Who's in control?
  • John Cage and Robert Rauschenberg : Life of art - art of life. Part III : Interlude 2 : Shared inspiration and influence across domains
  • Claude Debussy and the Fin-de-Siècle
  • Cubism in art and music
  • Georgia O'Keeffe and American modernist composers : The spirit of a new century
  • Diego Rivera and Carlos Chávez : Voices of Mexico in art and music
  • Minimalism in art and music
  • Postlude.
Music Library
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ML3849 .L42 2015 Unavailable In process Request
Book
261 pages ; 22 cm
Green Library
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PS3602 .E7683 A13 2014 Unknown
Book
313 p. ; 24 cm.
""Depuis le décès de mon "protecteur" Boris Vian, une coalition de requins a foutu un insidieux embargo sur mes pompes et mes oeuvres, sous prétexte, paraît-il, que j'écris "vach'tement compliqué" (sic)..., ça dérange, et surtout parce que je la ramène trop dans les studios quand ça tourne pas rond, à cause d'un souci de perfection dont le monde des avachis se cagne. Dans le Dictionnaire des crabes, "perfection" a été remplacé par "À la bonne franquette", monnaie courante..." Cet ouvrage est une chronique rétrospective que nous a laissée André Persiani, musicien français. Il nous offre un témoignage incomparable sur une tranche de l'histoire musicale, sociale et politique du XXe siècle. Écrit dans un style dont la gouaille et la causticité ne le cèdent en rien à la concision du propos, il retrace une sorte de cavalcade autobiographique et encyclopédique dans laquelle Rabelais, Michel Audiard, Pierre Dac et un critique de jazz seraient au coude à coude."--P. [4] of cover.
""Depuis le décès de mon "protecteur" Boris Vian, une coalition de requins a foutu un insidieux embargo sur mes pompes et mes oeuvres, sous prétexte, paraît-il, que j'écris "vach'tement compliqué" (sic)..., ça dérange, et surtout parce que je la ramène trop dans les studios quand ça tourne pas rond, à cause d'un souci de perfection dont le monde des avachis se cagne. Dans le Dictionnaire des crabes, "perfection" a été remplacé par "À la bonne franquette", monnaie courante..." Cet ouvrage est une chronique rétrospective que nous a laissée André Persiani, musicien français. Il nous offre un témoignage incomparable sur une tranche de l'histoire musicale, sociale et politique du XXe siècle. Écrit dans un style dont la gouaille et la causticité ne le cèdent en rien à la concision du propos, il retrace une sorte de cavalcade autobiographique et encyclopédique dans laquelle Rabelais, Michel Audiard, Pierre Dac et un critique de jazz seraient au coude à coude."--P. [4] of cover.
Music Library
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ML419 .P4823 A3 2014 Unknown
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151 pages ; 22 cm
Music Library
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ML3508.8 .N5 L44 2014 Unknown
Book
xi, 230 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
Music Library
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ML3509 .G7 B63 2014 Unknown
Book
187 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 31 cm
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Folio
ML87 .B59 2014 F Unknown
Book
xvi, 205 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Authenticity in Black music and poetry
  • Original rags: African-American secular music and the cultural legacy of Paul Laurence Dunbar's poetry/ Ray Sapirstein
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar and the spirituals/ Lauri Ramey
  • "Greatest is the song": blues as poetic communication in early Langston Hughes and Sterling A. Brown/ John Edgar Tidwell
  • "A real, solid, sane, racial something": Langston Hughes's blues poetry/ David Chinitz
  • Part 2. Jazz: its spiritual lyricism
  • The funk aesthetic in African-American poetry/ Tony Bolden
  • "Go in the wilderness": the missionary impulse of Michael Harper's poetry/ Joseph Brown
  • Part 3. Lyricism and the sonic aesthetic
  • Amiri Baraka: phenomenologist of jazz spirit/ Christopher Winks
  • Nathaniel Mackey's "Song of the andoumboulou": making different music/ Scarlett Higgins
  • Hearing a new musical instrument: Harryette Mullen's critical lyricism/ Lisa Mansell
  • Part 4. Transformational lyricism
  • "Taking it out!": Jayne Cortez's collaborations with the firespitters/ Renee M. Kingan
  • Pops, pygmies, and pentecostal fire: Sanders and Thomas's "The creator has a master plan"/
  • Michael Coyle.
  • Authenticity in Black music and poetry
  • Original rags: African-American secular music and the cultural legacy of Paul Laurence Dunbar's poetry/ Ray Sapirstein
  • Paul Laurence Dunbar and the spirituals/ Lauri Ramey
  • "Greatest is the song": blues as poetic communication in early Langston Hughes and Sterling A. Brown/ John Edgar Tidwell
  • "A real, solid, sane, racial something": Langston Hughes's blues poetry/ David Chinitz
  • Part 2. Jazz: its spiritual lyricism
  • The funk aesthetic in African-American poetry/ Tony Bolden
  • "Go in the wilderness": the missionary impulse of Michael Harper's poetry/ Joseph Brown
  • Part 3. Lyricism and the sonic aesthetic
  • Amiri Baraka: phenomenologist of jazz spirit/ Christopher Winks
  • Nathaniel Mackey's "Song of the andoumboulou": making different music/ Scarlett Higgins
  • Hearing a new musical instrument: Harryette Mullen's critical lyricism/ Lisa Mansell
  • Part 4. Transformational lyricism
  • "Taking it out!": Jayne Cortez's collaborations with the firespitters/ Renee M. Kingan
  • Pops, pygmies, and pentecostal fire: Sanders and Thomas's "The creator has a master plan"/
  • Michael Coyle.
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PS310 .J39 B57 2014 Unknown
Book
xvi, 387 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm.
  • From Minter City to Madison Street (1924-1960). Money, marbles, and chalk ; Chicago bound ; Chess moves ; Headhunters and wolfmen ; The world's in a tangle ; Blues leave me alone
  • Rising from the ashes (1970-1989). Walkin' by myself ; Shelter from the storm ; Gold tailed bird ; Feelin' good ; Out on the road
  • Fathers and sons (1989-1997). Changing lanes ; That's all right ; Long gone
  • Coda. The last time.
  • From Minter City to Madison Street (1924-1960). Money, marbles, and chalk ; Chicago bound ; Chess moves ; Headhunters and wolfmen ; The world's in a tangle ; Blues leave me alone
  • Rising from the ashes (1970-1989). Walkin' by myself ; Shelter from the storm ; Gold tailed bird ; Feelin' good ; Out on the road
  • Fathers and sons (1989-1997). Changing lanes ; That's all right ; Long gone
  • Coda. The last time.
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ML419 .R613 G65 2014 Unknown
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216 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
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ML419 .L52 A3 2014 Available
Book
x, 168 pages : illustration, music ; 24 cm.
  • Jazzmen
  • The Bolden legend
  • Just bunk?
  • Cracking-up a chord
  • Bill Russell's American music
  • The "creoles of color"
  • The Original Dixieland Jazz Band
  • New Orleans : capital of jazz
  • The blues and New Orleans jazz.
  • Jazzmen
  • The Bolden legend
  • Just bunk?
  • Cracking-up a chord
  • Bill Russell's American music
  • The "creoles of color"
  • The Original Dixieland Jazz Band
  • New Orleans : capital of jazz
  • The blues and New Orleans jazz.
Music Library
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ML3508.8 .N48 H63 2014 Unknown
Book
56 pages.
Archive of Recorded Sound
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Reference (non-circulating)
ML156.4 .J3 D569 2005 V.7 In-library use At bindery
Book
40 pages.
Archive of Recorded Sound
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ML156.7 .D775 B54 2014 In-library use At bindery
Book
252 p. : ill., ports. (some col.) ; 23 x 29 cm
Music Library
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ML419 .G54 S56 2014 F Unknown
Book
416 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
  • Part 1: The war begins, 1890-1891. Going respectable ; The Sodom of the South ; The first casualty ; Retribution
  • Part 2: Drawing boundaries, mid-1890s-1907. A sporting man ; New sounds ; Desperado ; Storyville rising ; Jazzmen ; The sin factory
  • Part 3: Battlegrounds of sin, 1907-1917. The Black Hand ; A reawakening ; An incident on Franklin Street ; Hard times ; The new prohibitionists
  • Part 4: Twilight of the demimonde, 1917-1920. Exodus ; A killer in the night ; "Almost as if he had wings" ; The Axman's jazz ; The end of an empire ; The soiled phoenix
  • Afterword: Who was the Axman?
"From bestselling author Gary Krist, a vibrant and immersive account of New Orleans' other civil war, at a time when commercialized vice, jazz culture, and endemic crime defined the battlegrounds of the Crescent City. Empire of Sin re-creates the remarkable story of New Orleans' thirty-years war against itself, pitting the city's elite 'better half' against its powerful and long-entrenched underworld of vice, perversity, and crime. This early-20th-century battle centers on one man: Tom Anderson, the undisputed czar of the city's Storyville vice district, who fights desperately to keep his empire intact as it faces onslaughts from all sides. Surrounding him are the stories of flamboyant prostitutes, crusading moral reformers, dissolute jazzmen, ruthless Mafiosi, venal politicians, and one extremely violent serial killer, all battling for primacy in a wild and wicked city unlike any other in the world"-- Provided by publisher.
  • Part 1: The war begins, 1890-1891. Going respectable ; The Sodom of the South ; The first casualty ; Retribution
  • Part 2: Drawing boundaries, mid-1890s-1907. A sporting man ; New sounds ; Desperado ; Storyville rising ; Jazzmen ; The sin factory
  • Part 3: Battlegrounds of sin, 1907-1917. The Black Hand ; A reawakening ; An incident on Franklin Street ; Hard times ; The new prohibitionists
  • Part 4: Twilight of the demimonde, 1917-1920. Exodus ; A killer in the night ; "Almost as if he had wings" ; The Axman's jazz ; The end of an empire ; The soiled phoenix
  • Afterword: Who was the Axman?
"From bestselling author Gary Krist, a vibrant and immersive account of New Orleans' other civil war, at a time when commercialized vice, jazz culture, and endemic crime defined the battlegrounds of the Crescent City. Empire of Sin re-creates the remarkable story of New Orleans' thirty-years war against itself, pitting the city's elite 'better half' against its powerful and long-entrenched underworld of vice, perversity, and crime. This early-20th-century battle centers on one man: Tom Anderson, the undisputed czar of the city's Storyville vice district, who fights desperately to keep his empire intact as it faces onslaughts from all sides. Surrounding him are the stories of flamboyant prostitutes, crusading moral reformers, dissolute jazzmen, ruthless Mafiosi, venal politicians, and one extremely violent serial killer, all battling for primacy in a wild and wicked city unlike any other in the world"-- Provided by publisher.
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F379 .N557 K75 2014 Available
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344 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
"The long-awaited memoir by one of the most influential and beloved musicians of our time. In Herbie Hancock the legendary jazz musician and composer reflects on a thriving career that has spanned seven decades. A true innovator, Hancock has had an enormous influence on both acoustic and electric jazz, R&B and hip-hop, with his ongoing exploration of different musical genres, winning fourteen Grammy awards along the way. From his beginnings as a child prodigy to his work in Miles Davis's second great quintet; from his innovations as the leader of his own groundbreaking sextet to his collaborations with everyone from Wayne Shorter to Joni Mitchell and Stevie Wonder; Herbie Hancock reveals the method behind Hancock's undeniable musical genius. Hancock shares his musical influences, colorful behind-the-scenes stories, his long and happy marriage, and how Buddhism inspires him creatively and personally. Honest, enlightening, and as electrifyingly vital as the man who wrote it, Herbie Hancock promises to be an invaluable contribution to jazz literature and a must-read for fans and music lovers"-- Provided by publisher.
"The book will be, in part, a spiritual journey. Hancock will tell of being a Buddhist and how he does not see himself primarily as a musician, even though he has been playing piano since age 7. He also promises plenty of stories about music, including one about touring with Davis in the 1960s. They were playing in Europe and were having an especially good night, the audience rapt.Hancock has won 14 Grammys and for decades has been mixing jazz with blues, soul, funk and electronic music. He won an Academy Award in 1986 for the score to 'Round Midnight"-- Provided by publisher.
"The long-awaited memoir by one of the most influential and beloved musicians of our time. In Herbie Hancock the legendary jazz musician and composer reflects on a thriving career that has spanned seven decades. A true innovator, Hancock has had an enormous influence on both acoustic and electric jazz, R&B and hip-hop, with his ongoing exploration of different musical genres, winning fourteen Grammy awards along the way. From his beginnings as a child prodigy to his work in Miles Davis's second great quintet; from his innovations as the leader of his own groundbreaking sextet to his collaborations with everyone from Wayne Shorter to Joni Mitchell and Stevie Wonder; Herbie Hancock reveals the method behind Hancock's undeniable musical genius. Hancock shares his musical influences, colorful behind-the-scenes stories, his long and happy marriage, and how Buddhism inspires him creatively and personally. Honest, enlightening, and as electrifyingly vital as the man who wrote it, Herbie Hancock promises to be an invaluable contribution to jazz literature and a must-read for fans and music lovers"-- Provided by publisher.
"The book will be, in part, a spiritual journey. Hancock will tell of being a Buddhist and how he does not see himself primarily as a musician, even though he has been playing piano since age 7. He also promises plenty of stories about music, including one about touring with Davis in the 1960s. They were playing in Europe and were having an especially good night, the audience rapt.Hancock has won 14 Grammys and for decades has been mixing jazz with blues, soul, funk and electronic music. He won an Academy Award in 1986 for the score to 'Round Midnight"-- Provided by publisher.
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ML417 .H23 A3 2014 Unavailable On order Request
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148 p. ; 22 cm.
  • Préambule -- Introduction -- "A quoi sert Becker ?" -- Sa carrière -- Le cursus d'enquêteur -- Le sociologue du travail -- La division du travail, les occupations, les collectifs -- Les techniques de travail -- Le business de la musique -- "Les mondes", Organisations, Institutions, Professions -- Règles ou conventions, interactions ou hasards ? -- Les institutions lourdes et leurs contraintes -- Dégager l'interaction cruciale -- Pragmatisme, Interactionnisme -- Evolutions, processus, transformations -- Relativité des questionnements et des questionnaires -- Pédagogie : les idées du professeur Becker -- L'observation sans dogmes -- Conceptions de la recherche -- La musique en "société" -- Becker en France -- Bon usage du comparatisme franco-américain -- Recul de l'académisme -- Conclusion -- Bibliographie -- Livres -- Becker éditeur -- Articles, préfaces, sites -- Discographie -- Entretiens -- Autour de Becker et de l'Ecole de Chicago (bibliographie sélective).
"Qui est finalement Howard Saul Becker ? Le grand sociologue, un pianiste de jazz, le photographe ? Il est surtout l'auteur connu en France de Outsiders, des Mondes de l'art, de Écrire les sciences sociales, Les Ficelles du métier, ou Comment parler de la société, ainsi que d'un livre récent sur le jazz. Son succès est attesté par les multiples rééditions, leur traduction en une douzaine de langues, l'invention de thématiques et de formes d'écriture qui ont débordé les frontières de la discipline en esthétique, anthropologie, ou sciences de l'éducation. Ce livre raconte "l'ado" de Chicago, le jeune pianiste de boîte de nuit, l'étudiant précoce, le professeur aux innovations sur le terrain ou dans la salle de cours, mais aussi le conférencier au Brésil, en Suisse, aux Pays-Bas, et en France, où il fut quatre fois docteur honoris causa, ce qui fait de lui le plus français des sociologues américains, puisqu'il séjourne régulièrement à Paris. Cette synthèse veut donner les clés de son oeuvre immense, ainsi que celles de sa carrière, où il apparaît essentiellement comme un travailleur acharné de la sociologie."--P. [4] of cover.
  • Préambule -- Introduction -- "A quoi sert Becker ?" -- Sa carrière -- Le cursus d'enquêteur -- Le sociologue du travail -- La division du travail, les occupations, les collectifs -- Les techniques de travail -- Le business de la musique -- "Les mondes", Organisations, Institutions, Professions -- Règles ou conventions, interactions ou hasards ? -- Les institutions lourdes et leurs contraintes -- Dégager l'interaction cruciale -- Pragmatisme, Interactionnisme -- Evolutions, processus, transformations -- Relativité des questionnements et des questionnaires -- Pédagogie : les idées du professeur Becker -- L'observation sans dogmes -- Conceptions de la recherche -- La musique en "société" -- Becker en France -- Bon usage du comparatisme franco-américain -- Recul de l'académisme -- Conclusion -- Bibliographie -- Livres -- Becker éditeur -- Articles, préfaces, sites -- Discographie -- Entretiens -- Autour de Becker et de l'Ecole de Chicago (bibliographie sélective).
"Qui est finalement Howard Saul Becker ? Le grand sociologue, un pianiste de jazz, le photographe ? Il est surtout l'auteur connu en France de Outsiders, des Mondes de l'art, de Écrire les sciences sociales, Les Ficelles du métier, ou Comment parler de la société, ainsi que d'un livre récent sur le jazz. Son succès est attesté par les multiples rééditions, leur traduction en une douzaine de langues, l'invention de thématiques et de formes d'écriture qui ont débordé les frontières de la discipline en esthétique, anthropologie, ou sciences de l'éducation. Ce livre raconte "l'ado" de Chicago, le jeune pianiste de boîte de nuit, l'étudiant précoce, le professeur aux innovations sur le terrain ou dans la salle de cours, mais aussi le conférencier au Brésil, en Suisse, aux Pays-Bas, et en France, où il fut quatre fois docteur honoris causa, ce qui fait de lui le plus français des sociologues américains, puisqu'il séjourne régulièrement à Paris. Cette synthèse veut donner les clés de son oeuvre immense, ainsi que celles de sa carrière, où il apparaît essentiellement comme un travailleur acharné de la sociologie."--P. [4] of cover.
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HM479 .B435 P46 2014 Available
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206 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
  • Early Indianapolis
  • The roarin' twenties
  • Dawn of the Walker Theatre
  • The Avenue returns to life
  • Out-of-towners shine on the Avenue
  • The talent keeps on comin'
  • Along come the Montgomery Brothers
  • To be or not to bop
  • Jazz marches on
  • Here come the young turks
  • The young turks continue
  • Al Coleman's British lounge
  • Local musicians hop on the bandwagon
  • Music scholars and the death of the Avenue.
  • Early Indianapolis
  • The roarin' twenties
  • Dawn of the Walker Theatre
  • The Avenue returns to life
  • Out-of-towners shine on the Avenue
  • The talent keeps on comin'
  • Along come the Montgomery Brothers
  • To be or not to bop
  • Jazz marches on
  • Here come the young turks
  • The young turks continue
  • Al Coleman's British lounge
  • Local musicians hop on the bandwagon
  • Music scholars and the death of the Avenue.
Music Library
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ML3508.8 .I3 W55 2014 Unknown
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v, 431 pages : music ; 24 cm
Music Library
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ML419 .C645 S84 2014 Unknown
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72 pages.
Archive of Recorded Sound
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Reference (non-circulating)
ML156.7 .L86 B54 2014 In-library use At bindery

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