Includes bibliographical references (p. 334-335), discography (p. 336-339), and index.
|Statement||Donald D. Megill, Richard S. Demory.|
|Contributions||Demory, Richard S.|
|LC Classifications||ML3506 .M43 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 348 p. :|
|Number of Pages||348|
|LC Control Number||2003040503|
Introduction to Jazz History by Donald D. Megill is a comprehensive guide to the history and criticism of jazz. Published in 2004, this book delves into the rich heritage of jazz and provides valuable insights into its development and significance. It is a must-read for enthusiasts and scholars alike.
The ISBN10 code for Introduction to Jazz History by Donald D. Megill is 0131829203.
This book falls under the subject of "Jazz -- History and criticism". It provides a comprehensive exploration of jazz history while offering critical analysis and insights into the genre.
Introduction to Jazz History by Donald D. Megill was published in the United States (nju).
If you are interested in jazz history and would like to dive into the world of jazz, this book is available for download in various formats.
"Jazz, with its vibrant rhythms and improvisational nature, has touched the hearts of millions across the world. Through this book, I aim to provide a comprehensive overview of jazz history, shedding light on its significant cultural impact and celebrating the genius of its artists." - Donald D. Megill
|1||Origins of Jazz|
|2||The Swing Era|
|3||Bebop and Beyond|
|4||Modern Jazz Fusion|
Introduction to Jazz History by Donald D. Megill is a valuable resource for those interested in exploring the captivating world of jazz. With its comprehensive coverage and critical analysis, it offers a deeper understanding of jazz's historical significance and cultural impact. Download the book in your preferred format and embark on a journey through the fascinating history of this beloved genre.