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Gypsy Jazz Guitar, m. Audio-CD
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Gypsy Jazz (sometimes known as Jazz-Manouche) is the first unique style of jazz music originating from Europe. It has influences that stem from, Hungarian Czardas, French musette waltzes, Spanish flamenco, and, of course, the music of the Sinti. It was originally played exclusively by Sinti musicians in a swing style. Django Reinhardt, the most renowned player of Gypsy Jazz, made it popular throughout the world with his ground-breaking techniques. To this day countless guitarists are influenced by the music and personality of Django Reinhardt.In Sinti culture, the techniques of playing Gypsy Jazz are traditionally passed down orally from generation to generation without ever being written down. It is because of this that musicians who are not Sinti often misunderstand the essence of this distinctly intriguing and fascinating music. The need for an authentic, written introduction to Gypsy Jazz guitar inspired Bertino Rodmann, a performing Gypsy Jazz guitarist from Frankfurt, Germany, to create this written method for Gypsy Jazz Guitar. Using the best examples of all the best performances, past and present, as well as showcasing the typical aspects of rhythm and lead guitar in Gypsy Jazz, his book aims to develop the reader’s respect for the ancient traditions of the Sinti and their music and bring this to a wider culture.

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Gypsy Jazz Guitar, m. Audio-CD
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Gypsy Jazz (sometimes known as Jazz-Manouche) is the first unique style of jazz music originating from Europe. It has influences that stem from, Hungarian Czardas, French musette waltzes, Spanish flamenco, and, of course, the music of the Sinti. It was originally played exclusively by Sinti musicians in a swing style. Django Reinhardt, the most renowned player of Gypsy Jazz, made it popular throughout the world with his ground-breaking techniques. To this day countless guitarists are influenced by the music and personality of Django Reinhardt.In Sinti culture, the techniques of playing Gypsy Jazz are traditionally passed down orally from generation to generation without ever being written down. It is because of this that musicians who are not Sinti often misunderstand the essence of this distinctly intriguing and fascinating music. The need for an authentic, written introduction to Gypsy Jazz guitar inspired Bertino Rodmann, a performing Gypsy Jazz guitarist from Frankfurt, Germany, to create this written method for Gypsy Jazz Guitar. Using the best examples of all the best performances, past and present, as well as showcasing the typical aspects of rhythm and lead guitar in Gypsy Jazz, his book aims to develop the reader’s respect for the ancient traditions of the Sinti and their music and bring this to a wider culture.

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Jazz in Word
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K. Krick-Aigner / M.-O. Schuster: Introduction - S. Feinstein: Jazz as a Liberator of Language - Y. Karsunke: bloody Mary - J. N. Pfeifer: Poems - Pre- and Post-World War I - M. de Ridder: "This Music Has Arisen from the Trenches": Jazz as a Measure of Modernity in European Literature after World War I - W. Lamprecht: From the Cakewalk to the Foxtrot - Two-stepping between Dance and Propaganda: The Sound of World War I - K. Nowakowski: A Racketeers' Music? Reactions to Early Jazz in Vienna - P. Cohen-Avenel: Jazz and the Revolution of Dance Music in Dance-Manuals (Koebner, Pollack, Jaffé, Baresel) between 1913 and 1926 - The Interwar Period - K. Krick- Aigner: "Because she's got to dance": Jazz Dance in the Literary Imagination of German Expressionist Women Poets - L. Tessitore: "Sprachen-Ragtime": Jazz Influences on Walter Mehring's Poems for Cabaret - S. Kluge: Delightful Orgies: An Invitation for a New Discussion on Thomas Mann and Jazz - F. Opitz: "Bäbä, tu. Bäbä, tut!": Jazz and Literature in Symphonie für Jazz by René Schickele - V. Hofeneder: Syncopes and Infl ation: The Rhythm of Austrian Literature in the Interwar Period - P.-H. Kucher: "Ein Durcheinander mit viel Jazzmusik": 1928 as a Case Study on Controversial-productive Jazz (Culture) Reception in the Viennese Feuilleton, Literature, Music, and Theater - H. Schreckenberger: Jazz and the "New Woman": Lili Grün's Novel Alles ist Jazz (1933) - 1945 - Present - G. Divers: "legt los, leute, haut rein": US-American Jazz in German Poetry since 1945 - M.-O. Schuster: The Transnational Spin in Marginal Jazz Passages in GDR Literature - H. Justin: Hearing and Writing in the Staircase of History: Remarks on an Imaginary Meeting between Kafka and Borneman - A. W. Hurley: "Always within reach, trumpet gold, interpretation-free, above suspicion"? Günter Grass, Jazz, and Literature - T. Antonic: "God's empty chair", or: You Can't Dig It - Jazz & Poetry of the Beat Generation and Beat-inspired Jazz & Poetry in Austria - S. Richter: Performing Jazz and Poetry: Musings about a Fictitious Concert - H. Neundlinger: Performance - Pattern - Improvisation: The Relationship between Body, Sound, and Text in Christian Loidl's Poetry - L. Uzukauskaitÿe: Jazz in Lithuanian Literature - V. Mihaiu: Global & Local, Words & Jazz in Today's World

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Jazz in Word
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K. Krick-Aigner / M.-O. Schuster: Introduction - S. Feinstein: Jazz as a Liberator of Language - Y. Karsunke: bloody Mary - J. N. Pfeifer: Poems - Pre- and Post-World War I - M. de Ridder: "This Music Has Arisen from the Trenches": Jazz as a Measure of Modernity in European Literature after World War I - W. Lamprecht: From the Cakewalk to the Foxtrot - Two-stepping between Dance and Propaganda: The Sound of World War I - K. Nowakowski: A Racketeers' Music? Reactions to Early Jazz in Vienna - P. Cohen-Avenel: Jazz and the Revolution of Dance Music in Dance-Manuals (Koebner, Pollack, Jaffé, Baresel) between 1913 and 1926 - The Interwar Period - K. Krick- Aigner: "Because she's got to dance": Jazz Dance in the Literary Imagination of German Expressionist Women Poets - L. Tessitore: "Sprachen-Ragtime": Jazz Influences on Walter Mehring's Poems for Cabaret - S. Kluge: Delightful Orgies: An Invitation for a New Discussion on Thomas Mann and Jazz - F. Opitz: "Bäbä, tu. Bäbä, tut!": Jazz and Literature in Symphonie für Jazz by René Schickele - V. Hofeneder: Syncopes and Infl ation: The Rhythm of Austrian Literature in the Interwar Period - P.-H. Kucher: "Ein Durcheinander mit viel Jazzmusik": 1928 as a Case Study on Controversial-productive Jazz (Culture) Reception in the Viennese Feuilleton, Literature, Music, and Theater - H. Schreckenberger: Jazz and the "New Woman": Lili Grün's Novel Alles ist Jazz (1933) - 1945 - Present - G. Divers: "legt los, leute, haut rein": US-American Jazz in German Poetry since 1945 - M.-O. Schuster: The Transnational Spin in Marginal Jazz Passages in GDR Literature - H. Justin: Hearing and Writing in the Staircase of History: Remarks on an Imaginary Meeting between Kafka and Borneman - A. W. Hurley: "Always within reach, trumpet gold, interpretation-free, above suspicion"? Günter Grass, Jazz, and Literature - T. Antonic: "God's empty chair", or: You Can't Dig It - Jazz & Poetry of the Beat Generation and Beat-inspired Jazz & Poetry in Austria - S. Richter: Performing Jazz and Poetry: Musings about a Fictitious Concert - H. Neundlinger: Performance - Pattern - Improvisation: The Relationship between Body, Sound, and Text in Christian Loidl's Poetry - L. Uzukauskaitÿe: Jazz in Lithuanian Literature - V. Mihaiu: Global & Local, Words & Jazz in Today's World

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Cindy Blackman
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Cindy Blackman (born November 18, 1959 in Yellow Springs, Ohio) is an American jazz and rock drummer. Blackman is best-known for recording and touring with Lenny Kravitz. Blackman has recorded several straight-ahead jazz albums under her own name, and has performed with acclaimed jazz and rock artists, including Pharoah Sanders, Ron Carter, Sam Rivers, Cassandra Wilson, Angela Bofill, Buckethead, Bill Laswell and Joe Henderson. Tony Williams is her main drumming influence. In 1997 she recorded Multiplicity as a drum teaching video. "To me, jazz is the highest form of music that you can play because of the creative requirements," says Blackman.

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Gypsy Jazz
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Gypsy jazz (also known as "Gypsy Swing") is an idiom often said to have been started by guitarist Jean "Django" Reinhardt in the 1930s. Because its origins are largely in France it is often called by the French name, "Jazz manouche," or alternatively, "manouche jazz," even in English language sources. Django was foremost among a group of Gypsy guitarists working in and around Paris in the 1930s through the 1950s, a group which also included the brothers Pierre "Baro" Ferret, Etienne "Sarane" Ferret, and Jean "Matelo" Ferret and Reinhardt''s brother Joseph "Nin-Nin" Reinhardt. Many of the musicians in this style worked in Paris in various popular Musette ensembles. The Musette style waltz remains an important component in the Gypsy jazz repertoire. Reinhardt was noted for combining a dark, chromatic Gypsy flavor with the swing articulation of the period. This combination is critical to this style of jazz. In addition to this his approach continues to form the basis for contemporary Gypsy jazz guitar. Reinhardt''s most famous group, the Quintette du Hot Club de France, also brought fame to jazz violinist Stéphane Grappelli.

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Gypsy Jazz
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Gypsy jazz (also known as "Gypsy Swing") is an idiom often said to have been started by guitarist Jean "Django" Reinhardt in the 1930s. Because its origins are largely in France it is often called by the French name, "Jazz manouche," or alternatively, "manouche jazz," even in English language sources. Django was foremost among a group of Gypsy guitarists working in and around Paris in the 1930s through the 1950s, a group which also included the brothers Pierre "Baro" Ferret, Etienne "Sarane" Ferret, and Jean "Matelo" Ferret and Reinhardt''s brother Joseph "Nin-Nin" Reinhardt. Many of the musicians in this style worked in Paris in various popular Musette ensembles. The Musette style waltz remains an important component in the Gypsy jazz repertoire. Reinhardt was noted for combining a dark, chromatic Gypsy flavor with the swing articulation of the period. This combination is critical to this style of jazz. In addition to this his approach continues to form the basis for contemporary Gypsy jazz guitar. Reinhardt''s most famous group, the Quintette du Hot Club de France, also brought fame to jazz violinist Stéphane Grappelli.

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Observations in Ornette Colemans' music during ...
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This study examines the music of a pioneer of free improvisation in jazz: Ornette Coleman. Besides emphasizing the melodic language of this musician, this study presents analyses and transcriptions of his compositions and improvisations, focusing on the period from 1957 to 1963. In addition, Coleman is a rather controversial figure in jazz history, therefore, this study addresses to most commonly asked questions: Does Coleman's music have inner logic and structure in spite of the fact that its ostensibly naive and chaotic surface? Was Coleman a genuine modernist and innovator who was ahead his time? This study hopes to benefit students, professional musicians, theorists, musicologists and jazz aficionados because it will help them study, observe as well as deepen their understanding of the music of Ornette Coleman during that specific period.

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American Folk Music
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American folk music, also known as roots music, is a broad category of music including Bluegrass, country music, gospel, old time music, jug bands, Appalachian folk, blues, Cajun and Native American music. The music is considered American either because it is native to the United States or because it developed there, out of foreign origins, to such a degree that it struck musicologists as something distinctly new. It is considered "roots music" because it served as the basis of music later developed in the United States, including rock and roll, rhythm and blues, and jazz.

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