The Jazz Revolution: Twenties America & the Meaning of Jazz

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Index
Adams, Frank, 26
Adorno, Theodor, 155
Advertising the American Dream: Making Way for Modernity, 1920–1940, 102
Aeolian Company, 88
Aeolian Hall, 159
African dances, 141
African Diaspora, 18–19
African infllicence, 169n
African plastic arts, 146
Afro-American blues, 8
Afro-American culture, 8, 12, 128, 132–33, 190n, 210
Afro-American dance, 35, 128
Afro-American folk tales, 128
Afro-American music, 11, 66, 111, 125, 204
Afro-American origins, 70, 163
Afro-American prose themes, 147
Afro-American slave culture, 22
Afro-American traditions, 83, 119, 121, 171n, 209
Aggie Shelton’s, 112–13
Algiers, 25
Alix, Mac, 80
Allegroes, 22
Allen, Ed, 31
Alien, Frederick Lewis, 167n
Allison, Mose, 108
Ambassador, 64
America Learns to Play, 101
Amos and Andy (Kansas City), 63
Am pico, 89
Anderson, Ivie, 76, 106
Anderson, Jervis, 181n
Anderson, Sherwood, 148
Anderson, Tom, 58
Ansermet, Ernest, 162
Armstrong, Louis: ballrooms, 79–80; beginnings, 29, 71; Chicago, 47, 52; contests, 25; Creole Jazz Band, 77; with Fate Marable, 48; film, 106; participatory performance style, 51; phonograph recordings, 95–97, 108; riverboats, 50; Storyville, 32–33
Art as propaganda, 118, 122
Atlantic City, 35, 64
Audience-performer interaction, 8, 12, 16, 34, 55, 85; Afro-American traditions, 13, 125; commercialization, 163–64; cutting contests, 26; dance, 40, 81; film, 105–6; Louis Armstrong, 80; middle-class audiences, 56; phonograph recordings, 9; professionalization, 46; radio broadcasts, 88; riverboats, 49
Austin High School Gang, 29, 108–9
Autobiographical literature, 198–99
Autobiography of an Ex-Coloured Man, The, 61
Avenue, 60
Baker, Houston, 8, 49
Ballads, 19
“Ballinthe Jack,” 36
Balloon Girls, 69
Ballrooms, 78–82, 206
Baltimore, 62
Bamboo, 62
Banjo, minstrel, 14
Bank’s (Manhattan), 62
Baraka, Amiri, 17–58, 169–7In
Barbarin, Isidore, 27
Barbarin, Paul, 23, 25
Barbary Coast, 63
Barefield, Eddie, 80, 83, 98

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