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Selected Jazz Books in the Allen Library
Profiles of 21st-century jazz performers.
Interviews with 37 female musicians of all ages, nationalities, and races, and representing nearly every style of jazz.
101 jazz compositions in a wide range of styles, by women composers across the globe from 1922 to the present.
Helps musicians assimilate and execute chord progressions, substitutions, turn arounds, and construct a melody and jazz chorus.
Tells the story of more than 250 key jazz songs, and includes a listening guide to more than 2,000 recordings.
Annotated bibliography to jazz books, recordings, videos, and websites.
Provides everything students need for listening to, understanding, and loving jazz. Combines a dynamic listening experience with vivid narrative history and must-hear masterworks.
133 volumes. Each includes lead sheets and play-along CDs (rhythm section accompaniment).
Over 1200 songs in all styles, from jazz standards to Broadway blockbusters and country classics to pop chart-toppers.
Seventeen jazz artists talk about their art, their influences, and about the musicians with whom they worked.
Top Jazz Databases
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