Louis Armstrongs Hot Five and Hot Seven Recordings (Oxford Studies in Recorded Jazz)
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This attitude overlooks the possibility that those early listeners might have heard something valuable on its own terms, something we ourselves have lost.
If we could somehow recapture their perspective-without abandoning our own-how might it change our understanding of these seminal recordings? Technical achievements such as virtuosity, structural coherence, harmonic improvisation, and high-register playing are all shown to have a basis in the workaday requirements of Armstrong's profession.
Invoking a breadth of influences ranging from New Orleans clarinet style to Guy Lombardo, and from tap dancing to classical music, this book offers bold insights, fresh anecdotes, and, ultimately, a new interpretation of Louis Armstrong and his most influential body of recordings.
Cornet Chop Suey 26 February Big Butter and Egg Man 16 November Potato Head Blues 10 May Enter your reading speed here: Estimate To find your reading speed you can take one of our WPM tests. Author Brian Harker.
Word Count 52, words Guess based on page count. For jazz historians, Louis Armstrong's Hot Five and Hot Seven recordings mark the first revolution in the history of a music riven by upheaval. Yet few traces of this revolution can be found in the historical record of the late s, when the discs were made.
Even black newspapers covered Armstrong as just one name among many, and descriptions of his playing, while laudatory, bear little resemblance to those of today. Through a careful analysis of seven seminal recordings in this compact and engaging book, author Brian Harker recaptures the perspective of Armstrong's original audience without abandoning that of today's listeners.
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