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Jazz in New Orleans: The Postwar Years Through 1970

Charles Suhor
Format
Book
Published
Lanham, Md. : Scarecrow Press : Institute of Jazz Studies Rutgers, State University of New Jersey, 2001.
Language
English
Series
Studies in Jazz
ISBN
0810839075 (alk. paper)
Contents
  • 1 Discovering Myths, Reclaiming the Past 1
  • Section I. Jazz and the Establishment: From Flouting to Flaunting 17
  • Timeline Chart 1 Commercial and Cultural Victories for Traditional and Dixieland Jazz 49
  • 2 Jazz and the New Orleans Press 50
  • 3 New Orleans Jazz Club: From Ragtime to Riches 55
  • 4 Hello, Central, Give Me Doctor Jazz: Edmond Souchon 60
  • 5 Jazz Museum 64
  • 6 Jazz Archive at Tulane 68
  • 7 Stage Band Movement at Loyola--Or, How to Start a Revolution While Really Trying Not To 71
  • 8 Jazzfest 1968: Review 75
  • 9 Jazzfest 1969: Preview 85
  • 10 Jazzfest 1969: Review 91
  • 11 New Orleans Farewell: Louis Armstrong 98
  • Section II. "Revivals" Beaucoup: Traditional, Dixieland, and Revivalist Jazz 101
  • Timeline Chart 2 Highlights of the Popular Revival in New Orleans, 1947-1953 159
  • 12 Dukes of Dixieland: A Jazz Odyssey 160
  • 13 Pete Fountain 165
  • 14 Al Hirt in Perspective 169
  • 15 Armand Hug: The Making of a Legend 173
  • 16 Raymond Burke and Art Hodes in Concert: Review 177
  • 17 Preservation Hall: New Orleans Rebirth 179
  • 18 Last Rites of a Jazzman: George Lewis 182
  • 19 A Festival for a Funeral? 184
  • 20 New Orleans Jazz--With a Foreign Accent 187
  • Section III. An Invisible Generation: Early Modern Jazz Artists 192
  • Timeline Chart 3 Highlights of Early Modern Jazz in New Orleans, 1945-1970 250
  • 21 New Jazz in the Cradle, Part I 251
  • 22 New Jazz in the Cradle, Part II 255
  • 23 Problems of Modern Jazz in New Orleans 259
  • 24 Jazz Off Bourbon Street 262
  • 25 Buddy Prima Trio: Review 265
  • 26 Modern Jazz Pioneers in New Orleans: A Symposium 267
  • Appendix 1. Jazz Scene: Four Cross Sections 291
  • Appendix 2. Early Modern Jazz Musicians in New Orleans, 1945-1960 305.
Description
xx, 329 p., [32] p. of plates : ill. ; 23 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 309-314) and index.
Series Statement
Studies in jazz ; 38
Studies in jazz no. 38
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