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Listening to Jazz

Second Edition

Benjamin Bierman

Publication Date - March 2019

ISBN: 9780190925901

400 pages
Paperback
8-1/2 x 11 inches

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Retail Price to Students: $86.95

A contemporary and inclusive introduction to jazz history and culture

Description

Listening to Jazz offers the most engaging introduction to the rich history and culture of jazz. Featuring coverage of all standard periods and genres--including a solid focus on contemporary jazz and ample coverage of Latin musicians and women in jazz--this text helps students understand how jazz evolved and how its various styles intersect and blend. Through in-depth listening guides and a narrative that addresses both social history and performance practice, students learn how to listen to and appreciate jazz in all its many forms.

For a truly rich learning experience, use the Listening to Jazz enhanced eBook. Access to the enhanced eBook is included with all new copies of the printed text and is also available for separate purchase.

New to this Edition

  • A media-rich enhanced eBook--included with all new copies of the printed text, and also available for separate purchase--incorporates streaming audio, interactive listening guides, performance videos, and other resources designed to enrich the learning experience and provide a more direct connection between the content of the text and the music at the heart of the course
  • New "Viewing Focus" features highlight twenty-five historic videos of key performances by major artists, from Count Basie to John Coltrane
  • Expanded treatments of social and cultural issues such as race and gender provide crucial context to the discussion of jazz
  • Redesigned "Listening Guides" and "Listening Focus" features make it easier for you to follow along with pieces you are encountering for the first time

Features

  • Full treatment of all jazz eras--with coverage of women's and Spanish-Caribbean musicians' contributions to jazz woven throughout
  • Section overviews provide historical context for the development of jazz and show how cultural/social movements shaped and were shaped by the music
  • Balanced coverage of jazz history and culture, performance, and listening skills
  • In-depth "Listening Guide" and "Listening Focus" boxes build students' listening skills on a variety of levels

About the Author(s)

Benjamin Bierman is Associate Professor of Music at John Jay College, City University of New York.

Reviews

"The format of Listening to Jazz is excellent, the musical examples are great, and the space dedicated to modern artists and newer trends is exceptional. I am impressed with how the material was presented. I would highly recommend this text to others." --Eric High, St. Norbert College

"Overall, I think Listening to Jazz is excellent. It strikes a great balance between detailed musical analysis and describing the cultural context in which the music exists. The book does great job of placing jazz in the context of American society." --Robert Hughes, Saint Louis University

"I really love using Listening to Jazz for my History of Jazz classes, and my students love it too! The longer I use it, the more I appreciate the content--especially the increased coverage of women and Latin traditions in jazz." --Teri Roiger, State University of New York at New Paltz

Table of Contents

    CONTENTS

    Preface
    Jazz Styles Timeline

    1 INTRODUCING JAZZ
    1st Chorus: What Is Jazz?
    What is Jazz?

    2nd Chorus: What Are the Elements of Jazz?
    What are the roles of composition and arranging in jazz?
    What are the different types of jazz instrumentation?
    What are the various types of jazz ensembles?

    CODA: Chapter Summary
    Talkin' Jazz: Key Terms
    Think About This: For Further Discussion and Study
    Look It Up: Key Resources

    Overview PRE-JAZZ: 1865

    2 PRECURSORS OF JAZZ: 1870s
    What was life like for African-Americans after the Civil War?
    1st Chorus: The Blues
    What are the blues?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Tangle Eye Blues" by Walter "Tangle Eye" Jackson (1947)
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Preachin' Blues (Up Jumped the Devil)" (1936) by Robert Johnson
    LISTENING FOCUS: "I'm Your Hoochie Coochie Man" (1954) by Muddy Waters Blues Band
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Everyday I Have the Blues" (1964) by B.B King and His Orchestra
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Back Water Blues" (1927) by Bessie Smith (vocal) with James P. Johnson (piano)

    2nd Chorus: Ragtime 35
    What is ragtime?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Maple Leaf Rag" (1970) by Joshua Rifkin (piano), composed by Scott Joplin.(1899)
    3rd Chorus: Early Jazz
    How did ragtime influence the birth of jazz?
    LISTENING FOCUS: ""Memphis Blues" by Lieut. Jim Europe's 369th US Infantry ("Hellfighters") Band (1919), composed by W. C. Handy (1912)

    CODA: Chapter Summary
    Talkin' Jazz: Key Terms
    Key People
    Think About This: For Further Discussion and Study
    Look It Up: Key Resources

    3 NEW ORLEANS JAZZ: 1880s
    1st Chorus: New Orleans: The Birthplace of Jazz
    How did the mixture of different ethnic groups in New Orleans influence the development of jazz?
    Who were some of the key early New Orleans jazz musicians?

    2nd Chorus: The First Jazz Record
    LISTENING FOCUS: "LIVERY STABLE BLUES" (1917) BY THE ORIGINAL DIXIELAND JAZZ BAND

    3rd Chorus: Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton
    Why was Jelly Roll Morton a key figure in the development of jazz?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Black Bottom Stomp" (1926), Ferdinand "Jelly Roll" Morton and His Red Hot Peppers

    4th Chorus: Joseph "King" Oliver and Sidney Bechet
    What was the influence of "King" Oliver on early jazz music and its performers?
    LISTENING GUIDE: "Dippermouth Blues" (1923) by King Oliver's Creole Jazz Band
    Why is Sidney Bechet considered the first virtuosic soloist in jazz? 54
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Cake Walking Babies (from Home)" (1924) by The Red Onion Jazz Babies

    5th Chorus: Louis Armstrong
    Why is Louis Armstrong among the most influential musicians in the history of jazz?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Hotter Than That" (1927) by Louis Armstrong and His Hot Five

    CODA: Chapter Summary
    Talkin' Jazz: Key Terms
    Key People
    Think About This: For Further Discussion and Study
    Look It Up: Key Resources

    Overview JAZZ GOES TO TOWN: 1910 -1930

    4 CHICAGO JAZZ: LATE 1917-1930
    Why did a thriving jazz scene develop in Chicago in the late 1910s and early 1920s?
    1st Chorus: Bix Beiderbecke and Paul Whiteman
    How did Bix Beiderbecke's style differ from those of Louis Armstrong and other early jazz trumpeters?
    LISTENING GUIDE: "SINGIN' THE BLUES" (1927) BY FRANKIE TRUMBAUER AND HIS ORCHESTRA
    What was Paul Whiteman's role in popularizing jazz?

    2nd Chorus: Earl "Fatha" Hines and Louis Armstrong
    HOW JAZZ DID EARL HINES REVOLUTIONIZE PIANO PLAYING?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "WEATHER BIRD" (1928) BY EARL "FATHA" HINES (PIANO) AND LOUIS ARMSTRONG (TRUMPET)
    VIEWING FOCUS: "Love is Just Around the Corner" (c. 1955) by the Earl Hines Trio

    3rd Chorus: Lovie Austin and Lil Hardin Armstrong
    What role did women play in the early decades of jazz?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "TRAVELING BLUES" (1924) BY LOVIE AUSTIN AND HER BLUES SERENADERS

    CODA: Chapter Summary
    Talkin' Jazz: Key Terms
    Key People
    Think About This: For Further Discussion and Study
    Look It Up: Key Resources

    5 NEW YORK JAZZ: 1920s-1930s
    1st Chorus: Fletcher Henderson
    How did New York City become a major jazz center?
    How did popular songwriters influence the jazz repertoire?
    What role did Fletcher Henderson play in developing the New York jazz scene?
    LISTENING GUIDE: "NEW KING PORTER STOMP" (1932) BY FLETCHER HENDERSON'S ORCHESTRA

    2nd Chorus: New York Bands: Benny Carter, Chick Webb, Cab Calloway, and Jimmie Lunceford
    LISTENING FOCUS: "SYMPHONY IN RIFFS" (1933) BY THE BENNY CARTER ORCHESTRA
    How did the successful New York ballrooms and nightclubs influence the development of jazz?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "GO HARLEM" (1936) BY THE CHICK WEBB ORCHESTRA

    3rd Chorus: Instrumental Masters: Roy Eldridge and Coleman Hawkins
    What role did star soloists play in these bands?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "ROCKIN' CHAIR" (1941) BY ROY ELDRIDGE WITH GENE KRUPA AND HIS ORCHESTRA
    LISTENING FOCUS: "BODY AND SOUL" (1939) BY COLEMAN HAWKINS AND HIS ORCHESTRA

    4th Chorus: Harlem Stride Piano
    What are the distinguishing characteristics of stride piano?
    VIEWING FOCUS: "Your Feet's Too Big" by Fats Waller (c. 1940)/ Demonstration of Piano Styles by Earl Hines (c. 1955)
    LISTENING FOCUS: "LIZA" (1934, TAKE D) BY ART TATUM (PIANO)

    5th Chorus: Spanish-Caribbean Influence on Jazz: Alberto Socarrás
    How has Spanish-Caribbean music influenced jazz?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "MASABI" (1935) BY ALBERTO SOCARRÁS Y SU ORQUESTA CUBANACAN

    CODA: Chapter Summary
    Talkin' Jazz: Key Terms
    Key People
    Think About This: For Further Discussion and Study
    Look It Up: Key Resources

    6 KANSAS CITY JAZZ: 1920s-1940
    1st Chorus: Kansas City and Territory Bands
    Why was Kansas City a center for the early development of swing music?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "THE COUNT" (1940) BY ANDY KIRK AND HIS TWELVE CLOUDS OF JOY

    2nd Chorus: Boogie-Woogie: "Big" Joe Turner and Pete Johnson
    What is boogie-woogie?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "ROLL 'EM PETE" (1938) BY BIG JOE TURNER (VOCAL) AND PETE JOHNSON (PIANO)

    3rd Chorus: William "Count" Basie
    VIEWING FOCUS: "Air Mail Special" by Count Basie and His Orchestra (1941) and "Take Me Back Baby" by Count Basie and His Orchestra featuring Jimmy Rushing (c. 1940)
    What were the key elements of Basie's early style?
    LISTENING GUIDE: "One O'Clock Jump" (1937) by the Count Basie Orchestra
    How did Basie's band change in the years after World War II?

    4th Chorus: Lester Young
    LISTENING GUIDE: "LESTER LEAPS IN" (1939) BY COUNT BASIE'S KANSAS CITY SEVEN

    CODA: Chapter Summary
    Talkin' Jazz: Key Terms
    Key People
    Think About This: For Further Discussion and Study
    Look It Up: Key Resources

    Overview FROM SWING TO BOP: 1930-1950

    7 THE SWING ERA
    What economic and social developments in the country led to the swing era?
    What is swing music?

    1st Chorus: Benny Goodman
    Why is Benny Goodman generally credited as launching the swing era?
    LISTENING GUIDE: "SWINGTIME IN THE ROCKIES" (1938) BY THE BENNY GOODMAN ORCHESTRA

    2nd Chorus: Big-Band Innovators: Artie Shaw, Glenn Miller, and Tommy Dorsey
    Who were some other popular bandleaders during the swing era?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "BEGIN THE BEGUINE" (1938) BY ARTIE SHAW AND HIS ORCHESTRA
    VIEWING FOCUS: "In the Mood" by the Glenn Miller Orchestra led by Tex Beneke (1946)
    VIEWING FOCUS: Medley of Popular Songs by the Dorsey Brothers Band featuring Alice Boulton, vocalist (1929)
    LISTENING FOCUS: "ON THE SUNNY SIDE OF THE STREET" (1944) BY TOMMY DORSEY AND HIS ORCHESTRA

    3rd Chorus: Women in Jazz: "All-Girl" Swing Big Bands
    What were the unique challenges faced by the "all-girl" bands during the swing era?
    LISTENING GUIDE: "Blue Lou" (1944) by the International Sweethearts of Rhythm

    4th Chorus: Latin Styles During the 1930s
    How did Latin bands continue to influence mainstream jazz in the 1930s?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "EL MANISERO" (1930) BY DON AZPIAZÚ AND HIS HAVANA CASINO ORCHESTRA

    CODA: Chapter Summary
    Talkin' Jazz: Key Terms
    Key People
    Think About This: For Further Discussion and Study
    Look It Up: Key Resources

    8 DUKE ELLINGTON
    Why is Duke Ellington considered one of America's most important composers and bandleaders?
    1st Chorus: Early Ellington
    What were the stylistic hallmarks of the early Ellington Band?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "BLACK AND TAN FANTASY" (1927 VICTOR VERSION) BY DUKE ELLINGTON AND THE WASHINGTONIANS

    2nd Chorus: Later Ellington
    What impact did the hiring of Billy Strayhorn have on the Ellington Band?
    LISTENING GUIDE: "KO-KO" (1940) BY DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA
    VIEWING FOCUS: "I Got It Bad (And That Ain't Good)" by Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, featuring vocalist Ivie Anderson (later 1940s)
    How did Ellington's style change in his later years?
    LISTENING FOCUS: A TONE PARALLEL TO HARLEM (THE HARLEM SUITE) (1951) BY DUKE ELLINGTON AND HIS ORCHESTRA

    CODA: Chapter Summary
    Talkin' Jazz: Key Terms
    Key People
    Think About This: For Further Discussion and Study
    Look It Up: Key Resources

    9 SWING-ERA VOCALISTS
    1st Chorus: Swing Vocalists: Billie Holiday and Ella Fitzgerald
    Who were key jazz vocalists during the swing era?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "STRANGE FRUIT" (1939) BY BILLIE HOLIDAY WITH ORCHESTRA
    LISTENING FOCUS: "OH, LADY BE GOOD" (1947 VERSION) BY ELLA FITZGERALD, ACCOMPANIED BY BOB HAGGART AND HIS ORCHESTRA

    2nd Chorus: From Jazz to Pop: Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra 183
    How did some vocalists cross over from jazz to become popular music stars?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "STRAIGHTEN UP AND FLY RIGHT" (1943) BY THE KING COLE TRIO
    LISTENING FOCUS: "COME DANCE WITH ME" (1959) BY FRANK SINATRA WITH BILLY MAY AND HIS ORCHESTRA

    3rd Chorus: Louis Jordan and Dinah Washington
    VIEWING FOCUS: "Caldonia" (Late 1944-early 1945) by Louis Jordan and His Tympany Five
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Teach Me Tonight" (1954) by Dinah Washington with Hal Mooney and His Orchestra

    CODA: Chapter Summary
    Talkin' Jazz: Key Terms
    Key People
    Think About This: For Further Discussion and Study
    Look It Up: Key Resources

    10 BEBOP AND BEYOND: 1940s
    What is bebop?
    1st Chorus: Bird and Diz
    Why are Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie considered the prime movers behind the bebop movement?
    VIEWING FOCUS: "Hot House" (1951) by Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie; composed by Tadd Dameron
    LISTENING GUIDE: "Bloomdido" (1955) by Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Shaw Nuff" (1945) by Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie
    LISTENING FOCUS: "MANTECA" (1947) BY THE DIZZY GILLESPIE ORCHESTRA FEATURING CHANO POZO

    2nd Chorus: Thelonious Monk and Bud Powell
    How did Thelonious Monk and Bud Powell create a new role for pianists in bebop music?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "MONK'S MOOD" (1957) BY THELONIOUS MONK QUARTET WITH JOHN COLTRANE
    LISTENING FOCUS: "UN POCO LOCO" (1951) BY BUD POWELL

    3rd Chorus: Big-Band Bebop
    What role did big bands play in the bebop era?
    LISTENING/VIEWING FOCUS: "Four Brothers" (1947) by Woody Herman's Second Herd and "Four Brothers" (1964) by Woody Herman's Swinging Herd; Jimmy Giuffre (arranger)
    LISTENING FOCUS: "SID'S DELIGHT" (1949) BY TADD DAMERON AND HIS ORCHESTRA/BIG TEN

    CODA: Chapter Summary
    Talkin' Jazz: Key Terms
    Key People
    Think About This: For Further Discussion and Study
    Look It Up: Key Resources

    Overview BUILDING THE MAINSTREAM: 1950-1975

    11 JAZZ IN THE 1950s
    How did American culture change after World War II?
    How did the jazz world change in the 1950s?
    1st Chorus: Cool Jazz/West Coast Jazz, Progressive Jazz
    What is cool jazz?
    LISTENING GUIDE: "BOPLICITY" (1949) BY THE MILES DAVIS NONET
    How did cool jazz develop on the West Coast?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "LINE FOR LYONS" (1952) BY GERRY MULLIGAN QUARTET WITH CHET BAKER
    LISTENING FOCUS: "BLUE RONDO À LA TURK" (1959) BY THE DAVE BRUBECK QUARTET
    What is progressive jazz?

    2nd Chorus: Hard Bop
    What is hard bop?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "MOANIN'" (1958) BY ART BLAKEY AND THE JAZZ MESSENGERS
    LISTENING GUIDE: "JOY SPRING" (1955) BY THE CLIFFORD BROWN-MAX ROACH QUINTET

    3rd Chorus: The Mambo Craze
    How did the mambo craze continue the Latin influence on jazz?
    LISTENING/VIEWING FOCUS: "Mambo Inn" (1955) by the Tito Puente Orchestra and "Conga Jam" (2001) from Cándido: Hands of Fire by Cándido Camero (conga) and Andy Gonzalez (bass)

    CODA: Chapter Summary
    Talkin' Jazz: Key Terms
    Key People
    Think About This: For Further Discussion and Study
    Look It Up: Key Resources

    12 THE 1960s
    How did American culture and music change in the '60s?
    1st Chorus: Soul Jazz
    What is soul jazz?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "SOUL SHOUTIN'" (1963) BY SHIRLEY SCOTT
    VIEWING FOCUS: "Work Song" (1963) by the Cannonball Adderley Quintet
    LISTENING FOCUS: "COMPARED TO WHAT" (1969) BY LES MCCANN AND EDDIE HARRIS

    2nd Chorus: Small Combo Latin Jazz; The Brazilian Influence on Jazz
    What were the key developments in Latin jazz in the early 1960s?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "SOUL SAUCE (GUACHI GUARO)" (ROUGH MIX) (1964) BY CAL TJADER
    LISTENING FOCUS: "DESAFINADO" (1962) BY STAN GETZ AND CHARLIE BYRD

    3rd Chorus: The Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians
    WHAT IS AVANT-GARDE JAZZ?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Congeniality" (1959) by the Ornette Coleman Quartet
    How did the avant-garde jazz movement continue to develop in the 1960s?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "BARNYARD SCUFFEL SHUFFEL" (1973) BY THE ART ENSEMBLE OF CHICAGO
    How did the avant-garde jazz movement of the 1960s continue to develop over the following decades?
    LISTENING/VIEWING FOCUS: "Streams of Chorus and Seed" excerpt (1976) by Cecil Taylor Unit and a Duet from Cecil Taylor: All the Notes (2003) by Cecil Taylor (piano) and Dominic Duval (bass)

    CODA: Chapter Summary
    Talkin' Jazz: Key Terms
    Key People
    Think About This: For Further Discussion and Study
    Look It Up: Key Resources

    13 FIVE VIEWS OF THE MAINSTREAM
    1st Chorus: Miles Davis
    How did Miles Davis continue to innovate and change throughout his career?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "SO WHAT" (1959) BY THE MILES DAVIS SEXTET
    LISTENING FOCUS: "E.S.P." (1965) BY THE MILES DAVIS QUINTET

    2nd Chorus: John Coltrane
    How did John Coltrane set a new standard for jazz saxophone?
    VIEWING FOCUS: "My Favorite Things" (1965)
    LISTENING GUIDE: "RESOLUTION" (1965) BY THE JOHN COLTRANE QUARTET
    LISTENING GUIDE: "Altruvista" (1967) by Alice Coltrane (piano)

    3rd Chorus: Charles Mingus
    How did Charles Mingus revitalize jazz composition and arranging for larger ensembles?
    LISTENING GUIDE: "FABLES OF FAUBUS" (1959) BY CHARLES MINGUS

    4th Chorus: Bill Evans and Herbie Hancock
    What new innovations did pianists-composers Bill Evans and Herbie Hancock bring to jazz?
    LISTENING GUIDE: "WALTZ FOR DEBBY" (TAKE 1, 1961) BY THE BILL EVANS TRIO
    VIEWING GUIDE: "Emily" (1970) by the Bill Evans Trio
    LISTENING GUIDE: "ACTUAL PROOF" (1974, EXCERPT 0:00-6:06) BY HERBIE HANCOCK

    CODA: Chapter Summary
    Talkin' Jazz: Key Terms
    Key People
    Think About This: For Further Discussion and Study
    Look It Up: Key Resources

    Overview INTO THE PRESENT: 1975-TODAY

    14 MANY MOVEMENTS: JAZZ FUSION, NEO-TRADITIONALIST, MAINSTREAM, LARGE ENSEMBLES, AND THE DOWNTOWN SCENE (1970s-1990s)
    How have issues of race, class, gender, and culture continued to resonate in America since the 1970s?
    1st Chorus: Jazz Fusion
    What is jazz fusion music, and why is it controversial among jazz fans?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "BIRDS OF FIRE" (1973) BY JOHN MCLAUGHLIN AND THE MAHAVISHNU ORCHESTRA
    LISTENING GUIDE: "BIRDLAND" (1977) BY WEATHER REPORT

    2nd Chorus: Neo-Traditionalists and the Continuing Mainstream
    Who were the Neo-Traditionalists, and what impact did they have on jazz in the 1980s-1990s?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Delfeayo's Dilemma" (1985) by Wynton Marsalis
    How did mainstream jazz continue to flourish and grow in this period?
    VIEWING FOCUS: "St. Thomas" (1968) by Sonny Rollins

    3rd Chorus: Chorus Large Ensembles
    What role do large ensembles continue to play in jazz?
    LISTENING GUIDE: "Big Dipper" (1966) by Thad Jones/Mel Lewis Orchestra
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Fast Lane" (1966) by Carla Bley Big Band

    4th Chorus: The Downtown Scene
    What is the downtown scene, and what role has it played in jazz music?

    CODA: Chapter Summary
    Talkin' Jazz: Key Terms
    Key People
    Think About This: For Further Discussion and Study
    Look It Up: Key Resources

    15 JAZZ TODAY
    Defining Contemporary Jazz
    What distinguishes today's jazz from that of earlier periods?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Three Revolutions" (2017) by The Afro Latin Jazz Orchestra
    1st Chorus: The Contemporary Rhythm Section
    How has the role of the rhythm section changed in contemporary jazz?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "RUBYLOU'S LULLABY" (2008) BY BRIAN BLADE & THE FELLOWSHIP BAND
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Black Holes" (2018) by the Renee Rosnes Quintet
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Cycling Through Reality" (2017) by the Blue Note All Stars
    VIEWING FOCUS: "Keep Your Eyes Open" by Bill Frisell

    2nd Chorus: Horn Players
    How have the changes in the jazz scene impacted horn players?
    VIEWING FOCUS: "Panonica" Instrumentation: Tenor Saxophone: Joe Lovano

    3rd Chorus: Women in Contemporary Jazz
    Have the difficulties for women in jazz changed in the contemporary scene?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Wistful" (2012) by Teri Lyne Carrington

    4th Chorus: Vocalists
    How have the vocalists extended their technique to suit their work in contemporary jazz?
    LISTENING FOCUS: "Blackbird" (2010) by Cassandra Wilson

    5th Chorus: Strings
    How does the popularity of strings in jazz today reflect a new interest in more varied instrumentation?

    6th Chorus: Small Groups and Big Bands
    How have small groups and bands from musicians' collectives to big bands shaped the new jazz landscape?

    7th Chorus: New Media
    How are jazz musicians using new media and adapting to a changed technological landscape?
    Conclusion

    CODA: Chapter Summary
    Talkin' Jazz: Key Terms
    Key People
    Think About This: For Further Discussion and Study

    Glossary

    Index