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Classic Jazz: A Personal View of the Music and the Musicians

Sprache: Englisch.
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Floyd Levin, a popular jazz writer for fifty years, collects the best of his writing about New Orleans-style jazz and the musicians who have followed in that tradition.
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Titel: Classic Jazz: A Personal View of the Music and the Musicians
Autor/en: Floyd Levin

ISBN: 0520234634
EAN: 9780520234635
Sprache: Englisch.
UNIV OF CALIFORNIA PR

April 2002 - kartoniert - 337 Seiten

Beschreibung

Floyd Levin, a popular jazz writer for fifty years, collects the best of his writing about New Orleans-style jazz and the musicians who have followed in that tradition.

Portrait

Floyd Levin has been published in many magazines, including Down Beat, Jazz Journal International,and American Rag. He has received several awards for his work, most recently the Leonard Feather Communicator Award given annually by the Los Angeles Jazz Society. He was voted Number One Jazz Journalist in a recent readers' poll in the Mississippi Rag.

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"Levin is an engaging writer and met personally and wrote frequently about the musical legends who shaped jazz in America before and shortly after World War II. The collection is anecdotally rich.... Very worthwhile."-Booklist; "Offers good essays on lesser-known artists."-Library Journal; "Delightful and fascinating. Dozens of rare pictures (many by Levin) fill out this volume, which is obviously a labor of love and fine reading."-San Francisco Chronicle; "[A] fine addition to any collection on jazz."-Charlotte Observer; "I've known Floyd and his wife Lucille for more than fifty years. Floyd's book is a colorful, intimate account of his lifelong love affair with jazz. I'm especially facinated when he writes about his personal encounters with some of the jazz legends of the Century. This book is essential reading for anyone concerned about jazz - its present, its past, and his evolution."-Milt Hinton
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