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A Trumpet Around the Corner The Story of New Orleans Jazz American Made Music  screenshot
2018 | ASIN: B079J27KH4 | [email protected] kbps | ~15:02:00 | 410 MB
Samuel Charters has been studying and writing about New Orleans music for more than 50 years. A Trumpet around the Corner: The Story of New Orleans Jazz is the first book to tell the entire story of a century of jazz in New Orleans. Although there is still controversy over the racial origins and cultural sources of New Orleans jazz, Charters provides a balanced assessment of the role played by all three of the city's musical lineages - African American, white, and Creole - in jazz's formative years. Charters also maps the inroads blazed by the city's Italian immigrant musicians, who left their own imprint on the emerging styles.

The study is based on the author's own interviews, begun in the 1950s, on the extensive material gathered by the Oral History Project in New Orleans, on the recent scholarship of a new generation of writers, and on an exhaustive examination of related newspaper files from the jazz era. The book extends the study area of his earlier book Jazz: New Orleans, 1885-1957, and breaks new ground with its in-depth discussion of the earliest New Orleans recordings. A Trumpet around the Corner for the first time brings the story up to the present, describing the worldwide interest in the New Orleans jazz revival of the 1950s and 1960s, and the exciting resurgence of the brass bands of the last decades. The book discusses the renewed concern over New Orleans's musical heritage, which is at great risk after the catastrophe of Hurricane Katrina's floodwaters


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Specific works like this demand a lot of research and years to get ready. I'm curious, I still don't know what I will find here...

"Samuel Charters" had a vision that subtly tries to deny that jazz is black, tries in subtle words and indirect to put the white as an intellectual mastermind behind the jazz, and we know it was not so.

Such weird narration, if you realize it seems that he recorded at night and is speaking low, he is almost whispering in the microphone not to wake the others.

One of the points that bothers me about 'Samuel Charters', is when he says he didn't find African elements in jazz, be it rhythm or anything else.

But we understood, there was something much deeper and stronger behind the African DNA or soul, it has to do with something deeply human that manifests itself through these wonderful people who were violently thrown into Americas, who had their greatest freedom in all styles of jazz.

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