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The Andre Hodeir jazz reader
|Statement||by Andre Hodeir ; edited by Jean-Louis Pautrot.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||313 p. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
Andre Hodeir, the French critic and musician, devoted part of a chapter of his book, Jazz: Its Evolution and Essence, to this Davis was greatly impressed by the arrangements, and in his summation of the band’s importance hewrote, “Men like Evans and Mulligan seem to have understood that the principal objective ofthe arranger. Panassie's Hot Jazz, but it too was widely influential and justifiably gave Hodeir a high reputation in the United States. In Grove Press * This essay is concerned primarily with two books of jazz criticism by Andre Hodeir, Jazz: Its Evolution and Essence (David Noakes, trans., Grove Press, , $) and.
He was the author of two books of Essais ( and ), of numerous film scores, including Le Palais Idéal by Ado Kyrou, the Jazz Cantata for the film Chutes de pierres, danger de mort by Michel Fano, etc. Hodeir was the founder of his own orchestra during the Sixties (Catalyse, Arte della commedia dell’, Transplantation, Crepuscule with. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video An illustration of an audio speaker. The art of jazz; essays on the nature and development of jazz Item Preview Duke Ellington / Vic Bellerby -- Billie Holiday / Glenn Coulter -- The genius of Art Tatum / Andre Hodeir -- Charlie Christian / Al.
“France looms large in the history of jazz performance and criticism. Tom Perchard’s After Django is the most comprehensive study in English of French understandings of jazz, the music’s influence in French intellectual life and entertainment, and the impact of Francophone discourses on jazz cultures in the United States and elsewhere. The music itself remains front and center . He also wrote an important book, first published in the USA in under the title 'Jazz: Its Evolution And Essence.' He played violin and recorded with various jazz groups, including musicians such as Django Reinhardt and Kenny Clarke. However, Hodeir was more interested in composing and writing about jazz and his playing days were thus numbered.
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First trained as a violinist, then as a composer, André Hodeir began writing about jazz in the s. As editor-in-chief of the French magazine Jazz Hot, he was an early proponent of bebop and its practitioners, Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie.
Downbeat called Hodeir's first compilation of jazz writings, Jazz: Its Evolution and Essence, "the best analytical book on jazz Author: André Hodeir. First trained as a violinist, then as a composer, André Hodeir began writing about jazz in the s. As editor-in-chief of the French magazine Jazz Hot, he was an early proponent of bebop and its practitioners, Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie.
Downbeat called Hodeir's first compilation of jazz writings, Jazz: Its Evolution and Essence, "the best analytical book on jazz Author: Andre Hodeir. Downbeatcalled Hodeir's first compilation of jazz writings, Jazz: Its Evolution and Essence, "the best analytical book on jazz ever written," and Martin Williams named it and Hodeir's second book.
Summary: Collects pieces from Andre Hodeir's three books of jazz writings. This book introduces Hodeir to a different generation of jazz enthusiasts and scholars alike. Originally published in as Hommes et problèmes du jazz, this book was perhaps the first to go beyond general description and subjectivity in jazz writing.
Hodeir examined musicians and recordings in great detail, and applied uncompromising, intelligent critical standards to jazz/5. Hodeir's second book on jazz collects essays and articles written between and I would rank the best of these essays with the best of jazz writing.
Along the way are a few pieces which most jazz lovers are likely to find slightly infuriating, /5(2). The Eddie Sauter Big Band*, André Hodeir Et Son Jazz Group De Paris*, The Modern Jazz Quartet - The Historic Donaueschingen Jazz Concert (Album) 5 versions MPS Records, MPS Records ULSP.
This is a fascinating and insightful study of the development of New Orleans jazz and its effect on jazz history. ""New Orleans Style"" is the story of how New Orleans jazz came to be recognizable as a discrete style and how that recognition affected the writing of American jazz.
André Hodeir, The André Hodeir Jazz Reader, ↩ Hodeir, The André Hodeir Jazz Reader, ↩ Hodeir, The André Hodeir Jazz Reader, ↩ One might reasonably object here that Hodeir is talking about jazz, not music as such. While true in certain respects two points are worth mentioning: first, he says “music,” not jazz or even.
Of all the major jazz artists, Thelonious Monk was one of the most original musical thinkers--nonconformist, idiosyncratic, imaginative, eccentric--in a word, unique. In The Thelonious Monk Reader, Rob van der Bliek has brought together some of the most revealing pieces ever written on Monk, providing a full portrait of the musician and his impact on the jazz world.
Bitter Ending is a recording of a work for eight voices composed by Andre Hodeir as commissioned by Ward Swingle. The work is performed by the Swingle Singers with a jazz quintet.
This was the last work by Hodeir and is inspired by James Joyce's Finnegans Wake. Bitter Ending; Studio album by. The Swingle Singers. Toward Jazz [HODEIR, Andre] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Toward JazzAuthor: Andre HODEIR.
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Download Andre Hodeir Le Jazz Et Son Double full book in PDF, EPUB, and Mobi Format, get it for read on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Andre Hodeir Le Jazz Et Son Double full free pdf books. Hodeir (composer, arranger, and critic) examines the music of Charlie Parker, Count Basie, Benny Carter, Django Reinhardt, Thelonious Monk, Art Tatum, Duke Ellington; reflecting Hodeir's experience among jazz musicians in New York City inwhich both enlightened and bewildered him.
The Andre Hodeir Jazz Reader. Andre Hodeir. 30 Jul Paperback. US$ Add to basket. Music Is My Life. Daniel Stein. 30 May Paperback. US$ Add to basket. --Brian Priestly, The Rough Guide to Jazz-- (08/01/) "This book is a model of how these types of books should be If late-period Miles is in the readers.
Part elegy and part prose blues, this extended critical improvisation is Hodeir's lament on the dying ""art"" of jazz. Transposing the riffs, scats, soliloquies and soloist dueling of modern jazz into literature, he tries to capture the ""convulsive ecstasy"" of the music in poems, lectures by non-existent authorities, one-act plays, obituaries and densely argued essays that deliberately.
Nat Peck and Kenny Clarke are foreign guests who don't belong to Le Jazz Groupe De Paris The track "Jazz Et Jazz" was an original soundtrack produced in in the Groupe de Recherche Musicales at the RTF studios Reissue of the Fontana LP This album was originally dedicated to the memory of Henri Crolla.
The book provides an original intertwining of musical and historical narrative, supported by extensive archival work; in clear and compelling prose, Perchard describes the problematic efforts towards aesthetic assimilation and transformation made by those concerned with jazz in fact and in idea, listening to the music as it sounded in.
Jazz: its evolution and essence by AndreÌ† Hodeir Free PDF d0wnl0ad, audio books, books to read, good books to read, cheap books, good books, online books, books online, book reviews epub, read books online, books to read online, online library, greatbooks to read, PDF best books to read, top books to read Jazz: its.Ranging in date from tothese 39 pieces feature the work of some of our best jazz critics, including Leonard Feather, Ira Gitler, Nat Hentoff, Andre Hodeir, Gunther Schuller, Martin Williams, and many others.Read this book on Questia.
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