Jazz Performers: An Annotated Bibliography of Biographical Materials

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JAZZ PERFORMERS
MUHAL RICHARD ABRAMSpianob Chicago, Sept. 19, 1930
1 Giddins, Rhythm-A-Ning, 23-25. Concert review. See A23.
2 Jost, Jazzmusiker, 188-203. Interview. See A44.
3 Vuijsje, De Nieuwe Jazz, 191-202. Interview. See A83.
PEPPER ADAMSbaritone saxb Highland Park MI, Oct. 8, 1930d Brooklyn NY, Sept. 10, 1986
4 Carner Gary. The Life and Musical Times of Pepper Adams. Thesis, English, City College ( City U. of New York), 1985, 90 pp.

Adapted from interviews with Adams conducted during 1984, some of which were published in Cadence ( January-April, 1986).

5 _____. The Discography, Bibliography, and Musical Style of Pepper Adams. Thesis, Music, Tufts U., 1989, 172 pp.

Biographical essay, discography, analysis of thirteen Adams solos, and bibliography. Cadence interviews are included as an appendix.

6 _____. In Progress: Pepper Adams: His Life and Work [working title]. Washington, London: Smithsonian, 1991, c. 300 pp.

Biography, musicological analysis, and discography of all sound media, with solos identified. Bibliography. Composition list. Music examples. Indexed and illustrated.

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Recent Titles in the Music Reference Collection ii
  • Title Page iii
  • ERRATA vi
  • Contents vii
  • Foreword ix
  • Preface xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Abbreviations xvii
  • Jazz Performers 1
  • Supplementary Bibliography 281
  • AUTHOR INDEX 351
  • SUBJECT INDEX 362
  • About the Compiler 365
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