Frank Mantooth


Frank Mantooth
Jazz Education Journal
38-43, 45-51
Presents an interview with jazz pianist, arranger, and composer Frank Mantooth, who discusses the contributions
of Sammy Nestico and Lennie Niehaus to published jazz music, how published music has changed since 1978,
trends in music, which recordings and people got him interested in jazz, how he keeps new harmonic ideas
coming, composing techniques, his role in jazz education and jazz camps, his enjoyment of teaching theory and
composition, future plans, and advice to student arrangers. Includes the musical notation for the charts which are
referenced in the interview, "I Only Have Eyes for You," "Sanctuary," and "If I Were a Bellson."
Théorie et analyse musicales, pédagogie , Éducation , Répertoires, recueils de partitions