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Thu Feb 12 22:12:36 2015 UTClccn-n810729810.00Jazz Playbill Collection,0.311.00Harlem Renaissance Award tribute to Max Roach7575133Max_Roachn 81072981618286Roach, MaxwellRoach, Maxwell 1924-2007Roach, Maxwell Lemuel.Roach, Maxwell Lemuel 1924-2007lccn-n82144213Rollins, Sonnyprfitrautpercmplccn-n50050327Parker, Charlie1920-1955othprfmuspercndautorgitrcmplccn-n50033872Gillespie, Dizzy1917-1993othprfmusperautitrcmplccn-n50035608Davis, Milesarrprfpercndautitrcmplccn-n81146628Powell, Budprfmusperautitrcmplccn-n82003123Russell, Curleysngprfitrlccn-n82013477Brown, Cliffordcndprfitrautcmplccn-n80057165Mingus, Charles1922-1979prfmuspercndautitrcmplccn-n82012883Morrow, George1925-1992prfitrperlccn-n82012884Powell, RichieprfitrlyrperRoach, Max1924-2007Piano music (Jazz)Live sound recordingsInterviewsJazzSaxophone music (Jazz)Juvenile worksDocumentary television programsTrumpet music (Jazz)Criticism, interpretation, etcJazzBop (Music)Saxophone music (Jazz)Saxophone with jazz ensemblePiano music (Jazz)Cool jazzAlternate takes (Sound recordings)Trumpet with jazz ensembleTrumpet music (Jazz)Jazz musiciansUnited StatesPiano with jazz ensembleLive sound recordingsAfrican American musiciansRoach, Max,Percussion with jazz ensembleJazz vocalsPerforming artsArt appreciationMusic appreciationAfrican AmericansArmstrong, Louis,Getz, Stan,ArtsMingus, Charles,Coltrane, John,Ontario--TorontoBig band musicBlacksEllington, Duke,Gordon, Dexter,Suites (Jazz ensemble)Davis, MilesMarsalis, Wynton,Shepp, ArchieWeems, Carrie Mae,Amos, Emma,Hudson, Jennifer,Stout, ReneĢeMorgan, Gertrude,Cleage, Albert BWek, AlekHill, Oliver W.,Ali, LailaAmaker, Norman CYoung JeezyDiggs, TayeObote, A. Milton--(Apollo Milton),Ashford, EvelynBrown, Cupcake192420071944194519461947194819491950195119521953195419551956195719581959196019611962196319641965196619671968196919701971197219731974197519761977197819791980198119821983198419851986198719881989199019911992199319941995199619971998199920002001200220032004200520062007200820092010201120122013201420153010927625012781.65M1366ocn045588616ocn021537751ocn003078492ocn020953878ocn045417303ocn019198319ocn027845372ocn017061817ocn018195774ocn068365621ocn016836788ocn050421452ocn050117355ocn043429368ocn018216993ocn027437913ocn013989986ocn032672847ocn031237314ocn191663218ocn018056630ocn811549587ocn021634423ocn046480107ocn053023945ocn030206638ocn034980667ocn593824650ocn263131374ocn019121956ocn027845372ocn746223154ocn051247522ocn025323150ocn689530270ocn052137939ocn738478985ocn238705209ocn694835184ocn039306054ocn051650824ocn164899821ocn825121737ocn691783983ocn085456585ocn762775007ocn761652746ocn659036697ocn762710262ocn658614330ocn762882969ocn659295240ocn659150148ocn658619168ocn466178010ocn896689089ocn896688835ocn896690625ocn225910322ocn780980441ocn897736414ocn225910322ocn742796423116664ocn017891767rcrd19000.26Rollins, SonnySaxophone colossusSaxophone music (Jazz)Jazz109581ocn050117355rcrd19540.31Brown, CliffordClifford Brown and Max Roach84242ocn016836788rcrd19570.28Monk, TheloniousBrilliant cornersPiano music (Jazz)8316ocn045588616rcrd20000.24Burns, KenKen Burns jazz the story of America's musicCriticism, interpretation, etcMusic from the PBS special Jazz, by filmmaker Ken Burns74234ocn020953878rcrd19590.31Quintet (Jazz group)The Quintet jazz at Massey Hall70048ocn050421452rcrd19620.27Ellington, DukeMoney jungle60021ocn021537751rcrd19690.26Davis, MilesBirth of the cool53111ocn057237573rcrd19530.26Powell, BudThe amazing Bud Powell5267ocn003078492rcrd19760.39Bebop46143ocn019345972rcrd19550.37Brown, CliffordStudy in Brown37332ocn018195774rcrd19480.33Parker, CharlieNow's the time37337ocn022521989rcrd19580.54Rollins, SonnyFreedom suite3704ocn061322918rcrd20050.22Gillespie, DizzyTown Hall, New York City, June 22, 1945Live sound recordings36825ocn018216993rcrd19870.27Parker, CharlieCharlie ParkerJazz music performed by various group, all containing Charlie Parker29722ocn027845372rcrd19610.31Roach, MaxPercussion bitter sweet2703ocn045417303rcrd19700.33Hawkins, ColemanColeman Hawkins Ken Burns jazzSolomon Jazz Collection24115ocn030881184rcrd19000.47Parker, CharlieThe Charlie Parker story2345ocn019198319rcrd19880.28Parker, CharlieBird the original recordings of Charlie Parker21117ocn016968626rcrd19540.39Clifford Brown-Max Roach QuintetBrown and Roach, IncTrumpet music (Jazz)Jazz2095ocn018507439rcrd19720.35Powell, BudBud Powell, jazz giant3518ocn045830657visu20000.22Burns, KenJazzHistoryCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyMusicDocumentary television programsIn the 1960s jazz fragments into the avant-garde and many divided schools of thought. Many jazz musicians like Dexter Gordon are forced to leave America in search of work while other use the music as a form of social protest: Max Roach, Charles Mingus, and Archie Shepp make overtly political musical statements. John Coltrane appeals to a broad audience before his untimely death. Saxophonist Stan Getz helps boost a craze for bossa nova music, but in the early 1970s jazz founders Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington pass away. Miles Davis leads a movement of jazz musicians who incorporate elements of rock and soul into their music and "fusion" wins listeners. By the mid-1980's jazz begins to bounce back led by Wynton Marsalis and a new generation of musicians. Now as it approaches its centennial, jazz is still alive, still changing and still swinging1447ocn050685370book20020.63Haydon, GeoffreyQuintet of the yearCriticism, interpretation, etcBiographyThe author explores the legendary "Massey Hall concert" - the night in Toronto in May 1953 when five of the most creative and influential jazz musicians of all time took the stage together, for the only time in their lives: Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Bud Powell, Charles Mingus and Max Roach+-+5909569036324851ocn186969762file20080.35Contemporary Black biography. profiles from the international Black communityBiographyBiographical profiles of important and influential persons of African heritage who form the international black community. Covers persons of various nationalities in a wide variety of fields providing coverage of names found in today's headlines as well as selected individuals from earlier in this century whose influence continues to have an impact on contemporary life+-+1084212325511ocn872343533visu19840.56Sit Down and Listen the Story of Max RoachAt the age of 12 he got his first drum set-and by 19 was the hottest drummer on the New York bebop scene. In this program, the incomparable Max Roach reflects on his lifelong career in music. Footage of the renowned musician, bandleader, composer, and professor in the studio, on tour, and behind the podium sheds light on his many talents. Additional performers include Cecil Bridgewater, Odean Pope, Tyron Brown, the all-star M'Boom Percussion Ensemble, and the Swedenborg String Quartet331ocn527366274book19990.33Contemporary Black biography. profiles from the international Black communityBiographyBiographical profiles of important and influential persons of African heritage who form the international black community. Covers persons of various nationalities in a wide variety of fields providing coverage of names found in today's headlines as well as selected individuals from earlier in this century whose influence continues to have an impact on contemporary life+-+2369712325311ocn040553254visu19980.60Jazz collectionHistoryMusicThe history of the jazz traditions, highlighting ten original artists from archival film together with commentary on the cultural environment of each period and the contributions of contemporaries within it231ocn527365982book19940.21Contemporary musicians. profiles of the people in musicBiographyProvides comprehensive information on musicians and groups from around the world. Entries include a detailed biographical essay, selected discographies, contact information, and a list of sources92ocn052335222visu19920.18Behind the scenes [the complete series]Juvenile worksInterviewsDocumentary television programsFocuses on the creative process behind the visual and performing arts. Goes behind the scenes with renowned artists and performers, covering fields of painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, music, dance and theater. Designed to instill creative and critical thinking skills in children through the creative arts21ocn836716873visu20040.10Max Roach Live at Blues AlleyThis 1981 show, filmed by Gary Keys at Washington D.C.'s famous Blues Alley, features drumming maestro Max Roach and his band (Cecil Bridgewater, Odeon Pope, and Calvin Hill) playing to full effect in the intimate confines of the club. Called "Max Roach's quartet at its best" by The New York City Jazz Record, the set includes "Big Sid," "Mr. Hi-Hat," and "St. James Infirmary," along with between-song banter and plenty of stage presence21ocn752305893rcrd20000.24Burns, KenKen Burns jazz the story of America's musicCriticism, interpretation, etcMusic from the PBS special Jazz, by filmmaker Ken Burns21ocn056010719visu20001.00Harlem Renaissance Award tribute to Max RoachVarious artists pay tribute to Max Roach with minimal flashbacks of the early years21ocn040356362book19960.92We insist. Max Roach. Das Schlagzeug21ocn040428212score19970.92Sanderback, Rande PaulHomage to Max : a new work for solo drum set based on the style of Max Roach11ocn702165418mix1.00Major figures in American music [M-R] : [oral history]Major Figures in American Music is the core unit of Oral History of American Music. The unit consists of interviews with approximately 320 composers, performers, and other significant musicians. Each interview covers a wide range of the subject's work and life experiences, and many subjects have been interviewed on more than one occasion, often over a number of years. In addition to interviews with the primary subjects, Major Figures in American Music also includes testimonies from secondary sources about Harry Lawrence Freeman, George Gershwin, Percy Grainger, Quincy Porter, and Arnold Schoenberg11ocn870856299visu19840.19Repercussions a celebration of African-American musicCriticism, interpretation, etcMusic11ocn065223629book20031.00Levey, StanleyBeyond Central Stanley LeveyInterviewsThe interview begins with Levey's childhood in Philadelphia; it continues to the beginnings of his career as a jazz drummer during the genesis of bebop in the forties, which took him to New York City as a teenager. The interview then follows his distinguished music career, including his move to Los Angeles during the fifties and his involvement in the jazz and studio scenes there until his retirement from playing music in 1973. Major topics include the evolution of jazz music and jazz drumming; figures in jazz such as Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis, Benny Goodman and John Coltrane; East Coast versus West Coast jazz; the Lighthouse and the popularity of jazz in Los Angeles during the fifties and the challenges of maintaining a career in music11ocn034399722art19951.00Tobias, TobiPointless Fun!11ocn054041881rcrd19821.00Jones, Bill TInterview with Bill T. Jones and Arnie ZaneDisc 2, 12/8/82 and 12/9/82 (ca. 31 min.). [Begins abruptly.] Jones and Zane speak about their works Blauvelt mountain and Valley cottage [parts 2 and 3 of an otherwise unidentified trilogy; interview ends and resumes with Zane by telephone on 12/9/82]; Zane speaks about his use of Roach's music; his use of movements from karate; professional work outside of his work with Jones, especially his photography; his collaborations with Johanna Boyce; his and Jones's athletic background; his and Jones's intent to create their own vocabulary; influence on him of Daniel Nagrin and other avant-gardists11ocn025459864visu1.00Max Roach portrait collectionQuarter length portrait of jazz drummer Max Roach11ocn756946514mixJazz Playbill CollectionThe Jazz Playbill Collection spans the years 1923 to 1952 and consists of playbills from early jazz concerts. Artists featured in this collection include: Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Cab Calloway, "Big Sid" Catlett, Charles Mingus Quintet, John Coltrane, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Ella Fitzgerald, Dizzy Gillespie, Fletcher Henderson, Billie Holiday, Duke Jordan, Leadbelly, Loumell Morgan Trio, Brownie McGhee, Thelonius Monk, Charlie Parker, Tommy Potter, Ma Rainey, Buddy Rich, Max Roach, Curly Russell, Pete Seeger, Bessie Smith, Mamie Smith, Art Tatum, Sonny Terry, Fats Waller, Dinah Washington, and Chick Webb. The collection provides rich insight to the early jazz scene that helped shape rock and roll music+-+5909569036324Fri Feb 13 10:57:32 EST 2015batch91066