Routledge Music Companions: The Routledge Companion to Jazz Studies

Editors: Gebhardt, Nicholas, Rustin-Paschal, Nichole and Whyton, Tony
Publication Year: 2019
Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 978-1-13-823116-0
Category: Arts & Leisure - Music
Image Count: 20
Book Status: Pending
Predicted Release Month: Dec 2020
Table of Contents

The Routledge Companion to Jazz Studies presents articles from internationally renowned scholars and highlights the strengths of current jazz scholarship in a cross-disciplinary field of enquiry.

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Table of Contents

  • List of Figures
  • List of Images
  • List of Tables
  • List of Examples
  • List of Contributors
  • Preface - Nicholas Gebhardt, Nichole Rustin-Paschal, and Tony Whyton
  • Acknowledgments
  • Part I: Historical Perspectives
  • Wilkie's Story: Dominant Histories, Hidden Musicians, and Cosmopolitan Connections in Jazz - Tony Whyton
  • Diasporic Jazz - Bruce Johnson
  • I Like to Recognize the Tune: Interrupting Jazz and Musical Theater Histories - Julianne Lindberg
  • “That Ain't No Creole, It's a…!”: Masquerade, Marketing, and Shapeshifting Race in Early New Orleans Jazz - Bruce Boyd Raeburn
  • Jazz Education: Historical and Critical Perspectives - Ken Prouty
  • Swan Songs: Jazz, Death, and Famous Last Concerts - Walter van de Leur
  • Jazz on Radio - Tim Wall
  • Part II: Methodologies
  • After Wynton: Narrating Jazz in the Postneotraditional Era - David Ake
  • Jazz and the Material Turn - Floris Schuiling
  • Jazz Meets Pop in the United Kingdom - Catherine Tackley
  • On Billboard, Isaac Hayes, and the “Swinging Relationship” Between Jazz and Its Popular Music Cousins, 1950–1973 - John Howland
  • “Wacky Post-Fluxus Revolutionary Mixed Media Shenanigans”: Rethinking Jazz and Jazz Studies Through Jason Moran's Multimedia Performance - John Gennari
  • Conceptualizing Jazz as a Cultural Practice in Soviet Estonia - Heli Reimann
  • And Then I Don't Feel So Bad: Jazz, Sentimentality, and Popular Song - Alan Stanbridge
  • Part III: Core Issues and Topics
  • Space and Place in Jazz - Andrew Berish
  • Time in Jazz - Mark Doffman
  • Jazz and Disability - George McKay
  • Race in the New Jazz Studies - Patrick Burke
  • The Vocalized Tone - Tom Perchard
  • Jazz and the Recording Process - Benjamin Bierman
  • Figuring Improvisation - Peter Elsdon
  • Listening for Empire in Transnational Jazz Studies - Frederick J. Schenker
  • Part IV: Individuals, Collectives, and Communities
  • New Orleans, the “Creole Concept,” and Jazz - Wolfram Knauer
  • Sitting In and Subbing Out: The Gig Economy of 1960s New York - Marian Jago
  • George Lewis's Voyager - Paul Steinbeck
  • Quiet About It—Jazz in Japan - Michael Pronko
  • Performing Improvisation: Bill Evans and Jean-Yves Thibaudet - Deborah Mawer
  • Bossa Nova and Beyond: The Jazz as Symbol of Brazilian-Ness - Eduardo Vicente
  • Individuals, Collectives, and Communities: Festivals and Festivalization: The Shaping Influence of a Jazz Institution - Scott Currie
  • Part V: Politics, Discourse, and Ideology
  • The Birth of Jazz Diplomacy: American Jazz in Italy, 1945–1963 - Anna Harwell Celenza
  • Jazzing for a Better Future: South Africa and Beyond - Christopher Ballantine
  • Eric Hobsbawm - Roger Fagge
  • Jazz at the Crossroads of Art and Popular Music Discourses in the 1960s - David Brackett
  • The Rhetoric of Jazz - Gregory Clark
  • Unfinalizable: Dialog and Self-Expression in Jazz - Charles Hersch
  • Improvisation: What Is It Good for? - Raymond MacDonald and Graeme Wilson
  • Friends and Neighbors: Jazz and Everyday Aesthetics - Nicholas Gebhardt
  • Part VI: New Directions and Debates
  • “The Reason I Play the Way I Do Is”: Jazzmen, Emotion, and Creating in Jazz - Nichole Rustin-Paschal
  • The Art of Improvisation in the Age of Computational Participation - David Borgo
  • Renaissance or Afterlife? Nostalgia in the New Jazz Films - Björn Heile
  • Comics as Criticism: Harvey Pekar, Jazz Writer - Nicolas Pillai
  • Free Spirits: The Performativity of Free Improvisation - Petter Frost Fadnes
  • My Jazz World: The Rise and Fall of a Digital Utopia - Simon Barber
  • Writing the Jazz Life - Krin Gabbard