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Catalog of Copyright Entries, Third Series by Library of Congress. Copyright Office Book Resume:
The record of each copyright registration listed in the Catalog includes a description of the work copyrighted and data relating to the copyright claim (the name of the copyright claimant as given in the application for registration, the copyright date, the copyright registration number, etc.).
Billboard by N.A Book Resume:
In its 114th year, Billboard remains the world's premier weekly music publication and a diverse digital, events, brand, content and data licensing platform. Billboard publishes the most trusted charts and offers unrivaled reporting about the latest music, video, gaming, media, digital and mobile entertainment issues and trends.
Essential Elements Recorder Classroom Method, Student by Kaye Clements,Paul Lavender,Charles Menghini Book Resume:
(Essential Elements Recorder). The new Essential Elements Classroom Method for Recorder is designed for today's classroom, including easy-to-use technology features that enhance the learning experience for any teaching situation. Essential Elements for Recorder is an effective tool for introducing or reinforcing general music concepts, as an introduction to ensemble performance (band, orchestra, and choir), or for individual or small group instruction. Includes over 130 songs, instrument basics, music reading, duets and rounds, music history, and a fingering chart.
Piano Sonatinas, Book Three by Nancy Faber,Randall Faber Book Resume:
(Faber Piano Adventures ). An ample collection of complete sonatinas and selected movements. Contents include: Sonatina in F (Beethoven) * Sonatina in A Minor (Benda) * Sonatina in D (Camidge) * Sonatina Op. 36 No. 2 & 3 (Clementi) * Sonatina Op. 55 No. 3 (Kuhlau) * Sonatina Op. 20 No. 1 (Kuhlau) * Sonatina Op. 49 No. 1 (Lichner) * Sonatina in C (Mozart).
Dixieland Beat by Zepp Meissner Book Resume:
Contents: * When My Sugar Walks Down the Street * Dixie Down Beat * Who's Sorry Now? * It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) * I Can't Give You Anything But Love * New Orleans Masquerade * Randolph Street Strut * Leavin' Town * Blizzard Head Blues * Coney Island Washboard * Louella.
The History of Jazz by Ted Gioia Book Resume:
Jazz is the most colorful and varied art form in the world and it was born in one of the most colorful and varied cities, New Orleans. From the seed first planted by slave dances held in Congo Square and nurtured by early ensembles led by Buddy Belden and Joe "King" Oliver, jazz began its long winding odyssey across America and around the world, giving flower to a thousand different forms--swing, bebop, cool jazz, jazz-rock fusion--and a thousand great musicians. Now, in The History of Jazz, Ted Gioia tells the story of this music as it has never been told before, in a book that brilliantly portrays the legendary jazz players, the breakthrough styles, and the world in which it evolved. Here are the giants of jazz and the great moments of jazz history--Jelly Roll Morton ("the world's greatest hot tune writer"), Louis Armstrong (whose O-keh recordings of the mid-1920s still stand as the most significant body of work that jazz has produced), Duke Ellington at the Cotton Club, cool jazz greats such as Gerry Mulligan, Stan Getz, and Lester Young, Charlie Parker's surgical precision of attack, Miles Davis's 1955 performance at the Newport Jazz Festival, Ornette Coleman's experiments with atonality, Pat Metheny's visionary extension of jazz-rock fusion, the contemporary sounds of Wynton Marsalis, and the post-modernists of the Knitting Factory. Gioia provides the reader with lively portraits of these and many other great musicians, intertwined with vibrant commentary on the music they created. Gioia also evokes the many worlds of jazz, taking the reader to the swamp lands of the Mississippi Delta, the bawdy houses of New Orleans, the rent parties of Harlem, the speakeasies of Chicago during the Jazz Age, the after hours spots of corrupt Kansas city, the Cotton Club, the Savoy, and the other locales where the history of jazz was made. And as he traces the spread of this protean form, Gioia provides much insight into the social context in which the music was born. He shows for instance how the development of technology helped promote the growth of jazz--how ragtime blossomed hand-in-hand with the spread of parlor and player pianos, and how jazz rode the growing popularity of the record industry in the 1920s. We also discover how bebop grew out of the racial unrest of the 1940s and '50s, when black players, no longer content with being "entertainers," wanted to be recognized as practitioners of a serious musical form. Jazz is a chameleon art, delighting us with the ease and rapidity with which it changes colors. Now, in Ted Gioia's The History of Jazz, we have at last a book that captures all these colors on one glorious palate. Knowledgeable, vibrant, and comprehensive, it is among the small group of books that can truly be called classics of jazz literature.