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Mabuhay jazz : jazz in postwar Philippines

Author: Richie C Quirino
Publisher: Pasig City, Philippines : Anvil, ©2008.
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Genre/Form: Criticism, interpretation, etc
Interviews
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Quirino, Richie C.
Mabuhay jazz.
Pasig City, Philippines : Anvil, ©2008
(OCoLC)777365718
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Richie C Quirino
ISBN: 9789712720673 9712720675
OCLC Number: 312682998
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xii, 185 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 23 cm
Contents: Stockton California : where Filipino-American jazz was born --
Wartime black and blues --
Jazz booms after the war : giant steps to rebuild the nation --
The V disc --
The Filipino spirit surges forth --
Latin music fever infects las islas Filipinas --
The Cruz missile --
Swing stages a comeback, or, rather, bounces ahead --
The 1950s and all that jazz! --
The Philippine Musicians Guild --
Jazz at Café Indonesia --
Bobby Enriquez : the wildman from Dumaguete --
The Upsilon Sigma Phi fraternity jazz concerts --
Latin jazz : Cal Tjader, Mongo Santamaria et al. --
The executives band : an institution of non-professional musicians --
Jam sessions galore --
Hotspots where musicians jammed --
The Jazz Friends --
The 1960s and the rhythm changes --
The Thomas Jefferson Cultural Center : bastion of American jazz in the Philippines --
Overseas exodus of Filipino musicians --
Fusion crossroads : the marriage of rock and jazz --
A view from the outside by a "naturalilzed Asian" --
The Pinoy jazz photo chest --
One-on-one interviews. Charmaine Clamor (September 2007) ; Mon David (March 2007) ; Mar Dizon (2000) ; Edmund Fortuno (1999) ; Arthur Manuntag (Sept 2007) ; Nelda Lopez Navarro (now Mrs. Alfredo Rizza di Sardi) (2000) ; Josie Quizon Andico (2006) ; Rudy Regalado (2001) ; Marlene del Rosario (September 2007) ; Gerard Salonga (September 2007) ; Nestor Tiangco (2000) ; Sandra Lim Viray (July 2007) ; Aya M. Yuson (September 2007).
Other Titles: Jazz in postwar Philippines
Responsibility: Richie Quirino.

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