Hot Jazz Archive A history of jazz before 1930
offering RealAudio files as well as biographies, discographies, and
a flexography covering early jazz musicians and bands such as Bix
Beiderbecke, Louis Armstrong, Bessie Smith, Bennie Moten and Jack
Miner: A Cultural Legacy Cofounder of the New Orleans Jazz
and Heritage Festival, a Jewish woman honored with a traditional
jazz funeral for her work promoting, managing and recording
previously obscure musicians such as the Mardi Gras Indians of the
African American social clubs and pianist Professor Longhair.
Biography and links.
Jazz Heritage A partnership between the Lila Wallace
Reader's Digest Fund and the Smithsonian Institution.
in Search of Bessie Smith Information on biography of the
artist written by Sara Grimes and published in 2002. Photos, Louis
Armstrong audio, reviews, extensive excerpts, where to find the
book, reviews by scholars, artists and music industry readers.
Jazz Archive Lots of jazz links, with information and
resources for jazz research.
Clarinet In Jazz Since 1945 Biographical and disco graphical
information on a long list of notable jazz
clarinetists, including links to other sites.
Kaycee A sound and sight archive from the library of the
Kansas City campus of the University of Missouri.
Jazz The story of jazz told through its 101 most
representative records, with detailed commentaries, and user
and Jazz Overview Jazz History, with information about
jazz and blues artists and bands.
Tenor Information on the documentary film about the lives
of several musicians.
Day in Harlem Click on Art Kane's August 1958 photograph
of 57 jazz musicians for names of those pictured, or browse by
timeline, instrument, or style. Link to the Jean Bach documentary of
the shoot, online sales of the photo originally published in Esquire
Name stands for High Fidelity Digitalization Online, a project
offering both free printable sheet music downloads and RealAudio
files from the University of Chicago Jazz Archives, based on
recordings from about 1910 through 1940.
Jazz Site A brief history of early New Orleans jazz,
musician biographies, and audio links.
Jazz Day Holiday created for jazz enthusiasts to celebrate
and pay homage to the music they love and to the musicians, past and
present, who sustain it. Includes a history of the first 60 years of
Jazz Archive Jazz archive, photos, and vintage records are
displayed. A historic jazz calendar is included.
Music Wav Files Jazz jazz and music 1920's America
listen to soft jazz music
Around Midnight The history of Jazz and The Blues
Jazz Files Guide to musicians who made great jazz in the
1950s including Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Chet Baker, Art Blakey
and Cannonball Adderly. Biographical articles with photos,
discographies, and links.
Greats The music and history of eight great jazz
musicians: Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, John Coltrane, Dizzy
Gillespie, Duke Ellington, Louis Armstrong, Sonny Rollins, and
Thelonious Monk. Maintained by a fan, Eric McKean Allen of Arizona.
Hot and Cold Atlantic Monthly Article, June, 1955, by the
well known Opera and Stage writer, Arnold Sundgaard, is an essay and
brief history of Jazz.
Roots Roots of Jazz web site designed by the award winning
music author, Tom Morgan. Lavishly illustrated, Jazz Roots features
profiles of many prejazz African American songsters.
You Like It This site has many useful articles on Jazz
History, and the people who have made Jazz what it is today. The
site is very informative about the linking of Jazz and Blues music
City Jazz Loose collection of pages devoted to Count Basie,
Jay McShann, Charlie Parker, Don Byas, and Bennie Moten, with a page
for the modern Basie band under Grover Mitchell. Photos, link to
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bay jazz music stores 1920's Jazz Music
and You Jazz History This is a brief historical essay on
the history of Creoles in New Orleans, and their influence on Jazz
Orleans Music and Music History Site contains topics on,
The Origins of Jazz, Jazz in New Orleans, Second Line, and The New
Orleans Jazz Century. Also good articles about, Buddy Bolden, Jelly
Roll Morton, and Louis Armstrong.
Passion for Jazz! Music commentary, history and education
including photo gallery, festivals, music teacher locator, virtual
piano chords and Jazz MIDI files archive.
Studio history of jazz A short history of 'Jazz' from the
late 1800's thru the 1950's. This page has a link to the
Schizophrenia Studio containing many modern 'Real Audio Files'.
Jazz Jazz portal offering audio, video and text relating
to giants such as Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Benny Carter, and
Louis Armstrong. Find history resources from National Museum of
American History including performances, oral histories, artists,
videos, portraits and concert program notes.
Jazz book' by JoachimErnst Berendt An essay about German
author Joachim Ernst Berendt, and review of his book, 'The Jazz
Music Group Jazz Ed Offers a tool to help learn
about the various jazz styles and their historical significance. A
systematic guide to the evolution of jazz and important recordings
that exemplify the periods and artists associated with each style.
is Jazz? Four lectures on jazz history by Dr. Billy
of Gramophones Downloads of historic recordings from
cylinders and 78s as well as online sales of gramophones and