John Edward Hasse and Tad Lathrop, Discover Jazz and Thomas E. Larson, History and Tradition of Jazz

Contenu

John Edward Hasse and Tad Lathrop, Discover Jazz and Thomas E. Larson, History and Tradition of Jazz
Journal of Music History Pedagogy
5
1
165-170
fall 2014
eng
https://www.ams-net.org/ojs/index.php/jmhp/article/view/153
Jazz history texts address two different audiences: jazz performance majors whose first commitment is to their lessons and ensembles, and non-majors interested in satisfying cultural studies requirements. Discover Jazz by John Edward Hasse and Tad Lathrop takes a broad, culturally grounded view of jazz, while History and Tradition of Jazz by Tomas E. Larson takes a more nuts-and-bolts approach that focuses on the history of styles and musicians, accompanied by a simpler and shorter discussion of jazz’s historical and cultural contexts. Both books target general audiences and are intended for introductory courses.

Origine de la notice

Ce contenu a été déposé le 6 mai 2021 par Stéphane Audard en utilisant le formulaire "Article de revue scientifique" sur le site "BiblioJazz": https://bibliojazz-collegium-musicae.huma-num.fr/s/bibliojazz