This preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.View Full Document
Unformatted text preview: Pianist William “Billy” Taylor, worked with guys above, says jazz is good and equally available to all, Chapter 45 – jazz a summit meeting Playboy helped break down the gender roles of the 50’s First issue included jazz as a trapping of the good life Chapter 42 – Louis armstrong on music and politics Things he said about civil rights were heard by all because he was famous. Chapter 24 – Duke Ellington explains swing He explains what swing is, citing Spanish syncopations. Chapter 15 – the Caucasian storms harlem White people began to listen to jazz and went to urban cabarets Cotton club in harlem is famous Shift from black to white audiences, h Rudolph Fisher, black radiologist, explains cross cultural attraction Chapter 12 – the jazz problem The etude = popular music teachers magazine Jazz is a problem because it corrupts young musicians and make for sloppy technique...
View Full Document
- Spring '08
- Duke Ellington, gene lees, big band Chapter, cultural attraction Chapter