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Murray talks music : Albert Murray on jazz and blues

Author: Albert Murray; Paul Devlin
Publisher: Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, [2016] ©20
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Criticism, interpretation, etc
Interviews
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Murray, Albert.
Murray talks music.
Minneapolis : University of Minnesota Press, [2016]
(DLC) 2016000664
(OCoLC)928613519
Named Person: Albert Murray; Albert Murray
Material Type: Biography, Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Albert Murray; Paul Devlin
ISBN: 9781452951546 1452951543
OCLC Number: 946038874
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Foreword. St. George and the blues / Gary Giddins --
Introduction. Albert Murray : making words swing, on and off the page / Paul Devlin --
"Art is about elegant form" : interview with Wynton Marsalis, 1994 --
"Finding ourselves in the role of elder statesmen" : interview with Dizzy Gillespie, 1985-86 --
"How did Basie come by the name Count?" : interview with Dan Minor, 1981 --
"Human consciousness lives in the mythosphere" : interview with Greg Thomas, 1996 --
"Hear that train whistle harmonica!" : talk at St. John's University with Paul Devlin, 2003 --
"A real conservative? I'm not one. I'm an avant-garde person" : interview with Russell Neff, 1989 --
"The blues always come back" : liner notes to Revelations/Blues suite, Alvin Ailey Dance Theater, 1978 --
Second lining, third liners ... and the fourth line : notes on a jazz tradition, 2003-2004 --
"Basie's a special guy" : interview with Billy Eckstine, 1983 --
"It's not bad being Huck" : interview with Janis Herbert and foreword to The world don't owe me nothing : the life and times of Delta bluesman "Honeyboy" Edwards, by David "Honeyboy" Edwards, 1997 --
Three omni-American artists : foreword to Mitchell & Ruff : an American profile in Jazz, by William Zinsser, 2000 --
"I know the world that these sounds come out of!" : interview with Paul Devlin, 2006 --
"Flexibility, the art of adapting, and the necessity of continuous creation" : a talk on jazz, delivered in Morocco, 1956 or 1958 --
"We really integrated Fifty-second Street" : interview with John Hammond, 1982 --
"No better example of the ungaudy" : biographical sketch of Count Basie, 2004 --
"It's a mistake to think of any art form in terms of progress" : interview with Susan Page, 1997 --
"There was no gap : educational gap, cultural gap, between music education and what Negroes were doing in music" : interview with Robert G. O'Meally, 1994 --
The achievement of Duke Ellington : a discussion with Loren Schoenberg and Stanley Crouch, 1989 --
Murray's final published nonfiction statement : Jazz : notes toward a definition, 2004 --
Afterword. The blues and jazz as aesthetic statement / Greg Thomas --
Appendix A. Albert Murray's canon of jazz arrangements, 2001-2002 --
Appendix B. American patterns and variations on rhythm and tune : an Ellington-Strayhorn list, 1990s.
Responsibility: edited by Paul Devlin ; foreword by Gary Giddins ; afterword by Greg Thomas.

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