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Swing era New York : the jazz photographs of Charles Peterson

著者: W Royal Stokes; Charles Peterson; Don Peterson
出版商: Philadelphia : Temple University Press, 1994.
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Charles Peterson entered the jazz world of New York as a guitarist but made his true contribution documenting an era and its most notable performers. A photographer whose images captured the passion and intensity of his subjects, Peterson took up the camera in the mid-1930s and transformed himself from a performer on stage to a visual recorder and observer of the stage. Creating a photographic style that combines  再读一些...
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类型/形式: Portraits
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所有的著者/提供者: W Royal Stokes; Charles Peterson; Don Peterson
ISBN: 1566392276 9781566392273
OCLC号码: 30071936
描述: xii, 220 p. : ill. ; 21 x 26 cm.
其他题名: Jazz photographs of Charles Peterson
责任: W. Royal Stokes ; photographic preparation by Don Peterson ; foreword by Stanley Dance.

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This text reproduces the photographs of Charles Peterson. The commentary is historical and biographical, with anecdotes connecting the musicians featured in the pictures. The photographs were  再读一些...

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