Keeping Time: Readings in Jazz History

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Index
Within some of the longer entries, especially significant first-person statements are indicated in bold.
Abrams, Muhal Richard, 315, 399, 400
accordion, 113
Adderley, Cannonball, 261-93, 305, 372
Addison, Bernard, 145
Adorno, Theodor W., 135, 418
Africa: 161, 162-63, 289, 379, 382, 401, 416; Armstrong tours, 248; music, 65, 83, 105, 144, 299, 329; source of jazz rhythms, 5-7, 36-38, 79, 83, 107, 163, 196, 329, 407
African Americans: cultural experience as prerequisite for jazz, 114-15, 309, 401-10; debates over assimilation, 55-57; dilution of culture, 345, 416; retentions of African culture, 196, 297-301, 329; significance of culture for others, 242-46, 416; writings on jazz, viii
Afro-Cuban influences, 155, 163, 167, 198
Ake, David, 111
Akiyoshi, Toshiko, 329
Alexander, Van, 279
Alexander, Willard, 97
Alkyer, Frank, ix
Allen, Geri, 397
Allen, Henry "Red," 167, 282
American Federation of Musicians, 89, 176
Ammons, Albert, 104, 105, 149
Anderson, Marian, 232
Anderson, Ray, 400
Anderson, T. J., 409
Andrews, Dwight, 199
Ansermet, Ernest, 9-11, 208
Antheil, George, 79
"anti-jazz," 260
Arabia, jazz in, 30
Aragon, Louis, 86
Armstrong, Louis: 197, 73-76; criticizes bebop, 151, 153-55; Ellington on, 108; foreign tours, 240-41, 248; Gillespie on, 167-68; Goffin on, 82, 85; Hammond on, 88, 90-91; Marsalis on, 336-37, 340-41, 347; Mingus on, 226; on racism, 22, 246-49; "Struttin' with some Barbecue," 127; briefly mentioned, vii, 89, 93, 95, 102, 104, 106, 109, 125, 130, 131, 132, 136, 138, 143, 145, 146, 147, 178, 200, 201, 211, 213, 214, 225, 239, 258, 261, 270, 280, 281, 284-85, 302, 303, 304, 307, 313, 335, 339, 351, 382, 399, 400, 417, 418
Art Ensemble of Chicago, 397, 400, 422
art music. See classical music
Association for the Advancement of Creative Musicians (AACM), 315-16, 397, 398
Avakian, George, 196, 197, 199
avant-garde jazz, 281, 283, 419-20. See also free jazz
Ayler, Albert, 368, 397, 399, 400
Babbitt, Milton, 398
Bach, Johann Sebastian, 11, 50, 51, 68, 84, 107, 135, 143, 149, 150, 211, 275, 327, 374, 376, 379
"Back Water Blues," 356-57
Bailey, Benny, 223
Bailey, Buster, 91
Bailey, Mildred, 280
Baker, David, ix
Baker, Houston A., Jr., 402
Balinese music, 378
Ballanta-Taylor, Nicholas G. J., 36-38
banjo, 145
Baraka, Amiri, ix. See also LeRoi Jones
Barnet, Charlie, 95, 303
Barron, Kenny, 329
Bartók, Béla, 149, 150, 271, 342
Bartz, Gary, 416
Basie, Count: 198, 272, 334, 394; on cool jazz, 366; Holiday on, 96-100; as pianist, 149; Small on, 383-84; briefly mentioned, 102, 104, 127, 132, 146, 151, 173, 225, 264, 328, 377
"Basin Street Blues," 173
Baudelaire, Charles Pierre, 160
Beach, Rex, 51
Beatles, the, 368
bebop: 198, 269, 312, 321, 397, 399, 421; criticized, 151-55; Davis on, 365; defended, 155-71; Ellison on, 171-79; LeRoi Jones on, 258-59; the term, 174
Bechet, Joseph, 302
Bechet, Sidney: vii, 3-5, 88, 102, 105, 131, 132, 136; Ansermet on, 9-11; Finkelstein on, 147
Becker, Howard S., 179-91, 425
Beckett, Samuel, 83, 377
Beecham, Thomas, 195
Beethoven, Ludwig van, x, 46, 50, 51, 69, 84, 107, 135, 138, 150, 284, 342, 347, 379, 381, 397
Beiderbecke, Bix, 85, 90, 102, 103, 108, 110, 131, 132, 146, 306, 377, 417
Belair, Felix, Jr., 240-41
Bellson, Louie, 304
Benson, George, 86
Berg, Alban, 175, 271

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgments xii
  • First Accounts 1
  • The Twenties 23
  • The Thirties 71
  • The Forties 121
  • The Fifties 193
  • The Sixties 251
  • The Seventies 295
  • The Eighties 325
  • References 364
  • The Nineties 387
  • References 424
  • Editing Notes 425
  • Select Bibliography 427
  • Index 439
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