The Guitar In Jazz: An Anthology
The Guitar in Jazz presents in rich, entertaining detail the history and development of the guitar as a jazz instrument. In a series of essays by some of jazz's leading historians and critics, the volume traces the impressive evolution of jazz guitar playing, from the pioneering styles of Nick Lucas and Eddie Lang through the recent innovations of such contemporary masters as Jim Hall and Ralph Towner. Editor James Sallis has included essays that focus on individual guitarists, including Charlie Christian, Django Reinhardt, and JoePass. Other chapters vividly describe important jazz guitar styles, such as swing guitar and fingerstyle guitar. In all, The Guitar in Jazz provides a full and captivating portrait of the guitar's place in jazz. The book also offers insights into the larger history of jazz-its development, the social contexts in which the music came into being, and its eventual recognition as the American classical music. The essays will appeal to guitar players and enthusiasts, and to all jazz lovers. James Sallis is a guitar player and writer. He is the author of The Guitar Players, available as a Bison Book, and of the novels The Long-Legged Fly, Moth, and Black Hornet.
Frequently Asked Questions About The Guitar In Jazz: An Anthology
How long does it take to read The Guitar In Jazz: An Anthology?
It takes about 4 Hours and 35 minutes on average for a reader to read The Guitar In Jazz: An Anthology. This is based on the average reading speed of 250 Words per minute.
What is the Lexile score for The Guitar In Jazz: An Anthology?
The Lexile score for The Guitar In Jazz: An Anthology is 1270.
How long is The Guitar In Jazz: An Anthology?
The Guitar In Jazz: An Anthology is 220 pages long.
- Who wrote The Guitar In Jazz: An Anthology?
Book Reviews (0)
No customer reviews for the moment.