Jazz Styles: Pearson New International Edition

Series
Pearson
Author
Mark C. Gridley  
Publisher
Pearson
Cover
Softcover
Edition
11
Language
English
Total pages
538
Pub.-date
November 2013
ISBN13
9781292042596
ISBN
1292042591
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America’s most popular introduction to jazz–now with MyMusicLab

 

For undergraduate courses in Jazz History, Jazz Survey, Evolution of Jazz, Introduction to Jazz, and Jazz Appreciation.

 

America's most widely used introduction to jazz text captures the minds of students by teaching the history of the styles and how to actively listen to jazz. While its chronological format serves as a great resource for beginners, Jazz Styles is applicable to more advanced students because of its in-depth analysis of musical elements and its technical appendices that discuss music theory concepts.
 
This new edition incorporates a rich array of online features--including a full interactive eText, streaming audio, and historic performance video-through MyMusicLab. MyMusicLab was developed to help engage students in course material and assess their understanding of the material. With powerful online learning tools integrated into the book, the online and textbook experience is more seamless than ever before. MyMusicLab provides wonderful interactive resources that the instructor can bring directly into the classroom. 

 

Teaching and Learning Experience

 

Personalize Learning- The new MyMusicLab delivers proven results in helping students succeed, provides engaging experiences that personalize learning, and comes from a trusted partner with educational expertise and a deep commitment to helping students and instructors achieve their goals.

 

Improve Active Listening- Jazz Styles is celebrated for its detailed listening guides that take students through the key elements in each performance.  Through MyMusicLab, these guides are now integrated with streaming audio for a truly integrated listening experience.

 

Engage Students- In the text, an engaging design, historic photographs, and active listening activities engage students in learning, while streaming audio, historic performances by jazz legends, and a full interactive eText in MyMusicLab engage them online.

 

Support Instructors- Supported by the best instructor resources on the market, including a full Instructor’s Manual, Testbank, MyMusicLab, ClassPrep for digital images.

Features

AMERICA’S MOST POPULAR INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ- NOW WITH MYMUSICLAB Audio Material to Enhance Student Learning:

  • Listening Choices:  Students have the option to listen to the featured examples in the text either through streaming audio (included with MyMusicLab at no additional charge), a downloadable audio file, or the traditional 3-CD Jazz Classics set.  While all the listening examples are available for download or on the CD set, a few are not available in streaming audio format due to licensing issues.  A complete annotated list can be found within the table of contents.
  • DVD:  Listening to Jazz–60-minute video version of the DEMO CD by Steve Gryb.  Demonstrates all the instruments plus rhythm section methods.
  • JAZZ DEMO CD.  Explains 12-bar blues, A-A-B-A form, ride rhythms, walking bass, comping, syncopations, trumpet vs. flugelhorn, clarinet vs. soprano sax vs. alto sax vs. tenor sax vs. baritone sax, Harmon mute, plunger mute, chords, chord changes, blue notes, trombone, vibraphone, and flute.
PERSONALIZE LEARNING
  • The new MyMusicLab delivers proven results in helping students succeed, provides engaging experiences that personalize learning, and comes from a trusted partner with educational expertise and a deep commitment to helping students and instructors achieve their goals. 
  • MyMusicLab In-text Icons: Jazz Styles is keyed to dynamic resources within MyMusicLab using Listen, Watch, Explore, and Hear icons to indicate to students when to visit MyMusicLab for additional interactive and engaging experiences.  (ex. pg. 50)
  • The Pearson eText lets students access their textbook anytime, anywhere, and any way they want—including reading online or downloading to iPad.
  • A personalized study plan for each student, based on Bloom’s Taxonomy, arranges content from less complex thinking—like remembering and understanding—to more complex critical thinking—like applying and analyzing. This layered approach promotes better critical-thinking skills, and helps students succeed in the course and beyond. 
  • Assessment tied to every video, application, and chapter enables both instructors and students to track progress and get immediate feedback. With results feeding into a powerful gradebook, the assessment program helps instructors identify student challenges early—and find the best resources with which to help students. 
  • An assignment calendar allows instructors to assign graded activities, with specific deadlines, and measure student progress. 
  • Class Prep collects the very best class presentation resources in one convenient online destination, so instructors can keep students engaged throughout every class.
IMPROVE ACTIVE LISTENING
  • Listening Guides: Thoughtfully designed listening guides engage students in the music while leading them through a piece highlighting key musical elements. The guides also begin with an overview of the work and its place in jazz history, providing students with important background information. 
  • Streaming Audio:  MyMusicLab features nearly all of the listening examples from the text in streaming audio, at no additional charge.  Integrated into the online listening guides, streaming audio makes it easy for students to understand key concepts in every performance.  Active listening quizzes included in every pre and post-test exercise for each chapter further builds listening skills.
ENGAGE STUDENTS
  • Key concepts are boldfaced in the text to direct student learning and make preparing for exams and papers easier. (ex. pg. 49)
  • Historic photographs specially selected to show musicians in performance from the period of their greatest success (ex. pg. 43)
  • End-of-chapter notes direct students to additional reading, listening, and viewing to enhance their understanding of jazz. (ex. pg. 54)
SUPPORT INSTRUCTORS
  • Create a Custom Text: For enrollments of at least 25, create your own textbook by combining chapters from best-selling Pearson textbooks and/or reading selections in the sequence you want.  To begin building your custom text, visit www.pearsoncustomlibrary.com. You may also work with a dedicated Pearson Custom editor to create your ideal text—publishing your own original content or mixing and matching Pearson content. Contact your Pearson Publisher’s Representative to get started.
  • Updated Endnotes reflecting new research on all aspects of jazz history. Citations of web-accessible literature, recordings, and videos have been added. (ex. pg. 54)
  • Assessment tied to every video, application, and chapter enables both instructors and students to track progress and get immediate feedback. With results feeding into a powerful gradebook, the assessment program helps instructors identify student challenges early–and find the best resources with which to help students. 
  • An assignment calendar allows instructors to assign graded activities, with specific deadlines, and measure student progress. 
  • ClassPrep- This feature within MyMusicLab collects the very best class presentation resources in one convenient online destination including PowerPoint slides, streaming audio and video, audio clips for class tests and quizzes, and all of the book’s illustrations so you can create an interactive lecture. 
  • Instructor’s Manual & Test Bank- This is an invaluable professional resource and reference for new and experienced faculty. Each chapter contains the following sections: Chapter Overview, Chapter Objectives, Key Terms, Lecture and Discussion Topics, Resources, and Writing Assignments and Projects. The test bank includes multiple choice, true/false, short answer, and essay questions.  Available for download on (www.MyMusicLab.com). 
  • MyTest- This flexible, online test-generating software includes all questions found in the printed Test Item File.  Instructors can quickly and easily create customized tests with MyTest. http://www.pearsonmytest.com.

New to this Edition

 
AMERICA’S MOST POPULAR INTRODUCTION TO JAZZ- NOW WITH MYMUSICLAB

  • We are pleased to announce a Downloadable Audio package is now available for packaging with Jazz Styles and MyMusicLab. This package contains all the musical selections from the text and corresponds to the listening guides in the text and on MyMusicLab exactly. Students may load the listening examples directly on a portable MP3 player or their own computer.
  • Included with MyMusicLab is streaming audio for nearly all of the examples included on the 3-CD Jazz Classics set, plus assessment including audio examples.
  • New photos and updated information throughout

PERSONALIZE LEARNING

  • MyMusicLab: New to this edition is a complete MyMusicLab, featuring interactive eText, streaming audio of most musical examples, historic performance films, and complete assessment.  
  • Watch/Listen/Explore/Study icons are integrated into the text to direct students to the interactive assets on MyMusicLab allowing instructors and students access to music, documentaries, videos, and interactive features.
    • Listen icon: Guides students to the downloadable audio or CD selection highlighted in the chapter and additional audio clips, including features on and interviews with great jazz performances. (ex. pg. 50)
    • Watch icon: Links to online video and documentaries including 18 historic performances from Bessie Smith to Weather Report, and documentaries on key performers, places, and trends in jazz history.  (ex. pg. 38)
    • Explore icon: Indicates the plethora of learning materials, such as chapter objectives and flashcards.  (ex. pg. 113)
  • A complete e-Text with dynamic multimedia links, gives students access to their book online and lets them highlight and add their own notes, just like the printed text.
  • A Gradebook with automated grading and quizzes and assignments allows students to follow their own progress and instructors to monitor the work of the entire class. 
  • Active Listening Guides mirror the listening guides in the printed text and feature full streaming audio. 

SUPPORT INSTRUCTORS

Create a Custom Text: For enrollments of at least 25, create your own textbook by combining chapters from best-selling Pearson textbooks and/or reading selections in the sequence you want.  To begin building your custom text, visit www.pearsoncustomlibrary.com. You may also work with a dedicated Pearson Custom editor to create your ideal text–publishing your own original content or mixing and matching Pearson content. Contact your Pearson Publisher’s Representative to get started
  • Updated Endnotes reflecting new research on all aspects of jazz history. Citations of web-accessible literature, recordings, and videos have been added. 
  • Assessment tied to every video, application, and chapter enables both instructors and students to track progress and get immediate feedback. With results feeding into a powerful gradebook, the assessment program helps instructors identify student challenges early—and find the best resources with which to help students. 
  • An assignment calendar allows instructors to assign graded activities, with specific deadlines, and measure student progress. 
  • ClassPrep- This feature within MyMusicLab collects the very best class presentation resources in one convenient online destination including PowerPoint slides, streaming audio and video, audio clips for class tests and quizzes, and all of the book’s illustrations so you can create an interactive lecture. 
  • Instructor’s Manual & Test Bank- This is an invaluable professional resource and reference for new and experienced faculty. Each chapter contains the following sections: Chapter Overview, Chapter Objectives, Key Terms, Lecture and Discussion Topics, Resources, and Writing Assignments and Projects. The test bank includes multiple choice, true/false, short answer, and essay questions.  Available for download on (www.MyMusicLab.com). 
  • MyTest- This flexible, online test-generating software includes all questions found in the printed Test Item File.  Instructors can quickly and easily create customized tests with MyTest. http://www.pearsonmytest.com.
  • Table of Contents

    1. Table of Contents

    2. CD Listing

     

    1. Table of Contents

     

    CONTENTS

    Preface

    Acknowledgements

     

    1. INTRODUCTION

     

    PART I BASICS OF JAZZ

    2. WHAT IS JAZZ?

    3. APPRECIATING JAZZ IMRPOVISATION

     

    PART II PREMODERN JAZZ

    4. ORIGINS OF JAZZ

    5. EARLY JAZZ: COMBO JAZZ PRIOR TO THE MIDDLE 1930s

    6. SWING: THE EARLY 1930s TO THE LATE 1940s

    7. DUKE ELLINGTON

    8 THE COUNT BASIE BANDS

     

    PART III MODERN JAZZ: THE EARLY 1940s TO THE EARLY 1950s

    9. BOP: THE EARLY 1940s TO THE EARLY 1950s

    10. COOL JAZZ

    11. HARD BOP

    12. MILES DAVIS, HIS GROUPS & SIDEMEN

    13. JOHN COLTRANE

     

    PART IV MODERN JAZZ: THE EARLY 1960s TO THE PRESENT

    14. 1960s AND 1970s AVANTE-GARDE AND "FREE" JAZZ

    15. BILL EVANS, HERBIE HANCOCK, CHICK COREA, AND KEITH JARRETT

    16. JAZZ-ROCK FUSION

    17. 1980 TO THE PRESENT

    18. OTHER VOICES

     

    APPENDICES

    APPENDIX A: BREIF OUTLINE OF JAZZ STYLES

    APPENDIX B: ELEMENTS OF MUSIC

    APPENDIX C: STRATEGIES FOR BUYING RECORDED MUSIC

    APPENDIX D: A SMALL BASIC COLLECTION OF JAZZ VIDEOS

    APPENDIX E: GLOSSARY

    APPENDIX F: SUPPLEMENTARY READING

    APPENDIX G: SOURCES FOR SOLO TRANSSCRIPTIONS

    APPENDIX H: FOR MUSICIANS

     

    INDEX

     

    2. CD Listing

     

    Track Listing
    Please refer to the text page number, shown in bold, to view the Listening Guide for each selection.


    CD 1


    African Retentions Sequence
    1. Street Cries of Charleston  (Trad.) [0:30]. African American male street vendor; p. 51.
    Courtesy of The Concord Music Group
    2.  Porgy and Bess: Fisherman, Strawberry, Devil Crab (Gershwin) [0:49]. Miles Davis instrumentally imitating the cry of an African American male street vendor, accompanied by the Gil Evans Orchestra; p. 51.
    Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    3. Hunter’s Dance excerpt (Trad.) [0:36]. West African field recording; p. 52.
    Courtesy of Essential Media Group
    4. One Day excerpt (Trad.) [0:30]. The Angelic Gospel Singers and The Dixie Hummingbirds; p. 53.
    Originally released 1952. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    5. One O’Clock Jump excerpt (Basie) [0:33].  Count Basie; p. 53.
    Originally released 1942.  All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    6. Birdland excerpt (J. Zawinul) [0:25]. Weather Report with Joseph Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, and Jaco Pastorius;  p. 53.
    (P) 1977 Sony Music Entertainment

    Historic Recordings 
    7. Dixie Jazz Band One-Step (D. LaRocca-Joe Jordan) [2:35].  The Original Dixieland Jazz Band; p. 62.
    Originally released 1917. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    8. Wolverine Blues (Morton) [3:19].  Jelly Roll Morton, Johnny Dodds, and Baby Dodds; p. 66.
    Originally released 1927. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    9. Singing the Blues (J.R. Robinson-C. Conrad-S. Lewis-J. Young) [2:58].   Frankie Trumbauer and his Orchestra featuring Bix Beiderbecke; p. 84.
    Originally released 1927. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    10. West End Blues (J. Oliver-C. Williams) [3:14].  Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five featuring Earl Hines; p. 76.
    Originally released 1928. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    11. Hotter Than That (L. Armstrong) [2:58].  Louis Armstrong and his Hot Five; p. 80.
    Originally released 1928. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    12. Handful of Keys (Fats Waller) [2:43].  Fats Waller; p. 71.
    Originally released 1929. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    13. You’ve Got to Be Modernistic (J. P. Johnson) [3:11]; James P. Johnson; p. 74.
    Originally released 1930.  Courtesy of The Verve Music Group, under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    14. Walkin’ and Swingin’ (Mary Lou Williams) [2:38].   Andy Kirk band featuring Mary Lou Williams; p. 114.
    Originally released 1936.  Courtesy of The Verve Music Group, under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    15. Seven Come Eleven (Goodman-Christian) [2:48].  Benny Goodman Sextet, featuring Charlie Christian and Lionel Hampton; p. 116.
    Originally released 1940. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    16. After You’ve Gone (H. Creamer-J. Layton) [2:36].  Roy Eldridge with The Gene Krupa Orchestra; p. 109.
    Originally released 1941. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    17. How Deep is the Ocean? (Irving Berlin) [3:18]. Coleman Hawkins; p. 108.
    Originally released 1943. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    18. Voodte excerpt (Coleman Hawkins)  [1:50].  Coleman Hawkins; p. 108.
    Originally released 1943. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    19. Cottontail excerpt (Ben Webster; arr. Duke Ellington) [0:97].  Ella Fitzgerald and the Duke Ellington Orchestra; p. 122.
    Originally released 1965.  Courtesy of The Verve Music Group under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    20. Cottontail (Ben Webster; arr. Duke Ellington) [3:06]. Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra featuring Ben Webster; p. 133.
    Originally released 1940. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    21. Harlem Airshaft (Ellington) [2:57].  Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra featuring Cootie Williams and Barney Bigard; p. 138.
    Originally released 1940. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    22. Transblucency (Lawrence Brown-Duke Ellington) [2:57].  Duke Ellington, Lawrence Brown, Jimmy Hamilton, Kay Davis, and Oscar Pettiford; p.144.
    Originally released 1946 All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    23. Prelude to a Kiss (Ellington) [4:39].  Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra featuring Johnny Hodges; p. 141.
    Originally released 1957. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    24. Taxi War Dance (Basie-L. Young) [2:49].  Count Basie and His Orchestra featuring Lester Young; p. 153.
    Originally released 1939. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    25. Lester Leaps In (L. Young) [3:13].  Count Basie and His Kansas City Seven featuring Lester Young; p. 158.
    Originally released 1939. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    26. Shaw ’Nuff  (Gillespie-Parker) [3:01]  Dizzy Gillespie and His All-Star Quintette featuring Charlie Parker; p. 183.
    Originally released 1945.  Courtesy of Savoy Label Group
    27. Things to Come (G. Fuller) [2:45]. Dizzy Gillespie and His Orchestra; p. 170.
    Originally released 1946.  Courtesy of Savoy Label Group
    28. Four Brothers (Giuffre) [2:48].  Woody Herman’s Thundering Herd, featuring Stan Getz, Zoot Sims, Herbie Steward, and Serge Chaloff; p. 189.
    Originally released 1947. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    29. Misterioso (Monk) [3:20].  Thelonious Monk and Milt Jackson; p. 175.
    Originally released 1948. Courtesy of Blue Note Records, Under License from EMI Music Marketing. Blue Note® is a registered trademark of Capitol Records, Inc.
    30. Just Friends (John Klenner & Sam Lewis) [3:30].   Charlie Parker with strings; p.168.
    Originally released 1949.  Courtesy of The Verve Music Group under license from Universal Music Enterprises
    31. Body and Soul (Green-Heyman-Sour-Eyton) [3:42]. Sarah Vaughan and Ray Brown; p. 192.
    (P) 1978 The Concord Music Group.  Courtesy of The Concord Music Group
     
    CD 2
     
    1. No Figs (Tristano) [2:51].  Metronome All Stars featuring Lennie Tristano, Lee Konitz, and Stan Getz; p. 205.
    Originally released 1950. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    2. My Lady (Russo) [3:47].  Stan Kenton Orchestra featuring Lee Konitz; p. 208.
    Originally released 1952.  Courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc., Under License from EMI Music Marketing
    3. A Trumpet (Robert Graettinger) [4:46]; Stan Kenton Orchestra featuring Maynard Ferguson; p. 214.
    Originally released 1953.  Courtesy of Capitol Records, Inc., Under License from EMI Music Marketing
    4. Blue Rondo a la Turk (Brubeck) [6:48].  Dave Brubeck Quintet featuring Paul Desmond; p. 222.
    Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    5. Señor Blues (Silver) [7:00].  Horace Silver Quintet featuring Hank Mobley and Donald Byrd; p. 235.
    Originally released 1956.  Courtesy of Blue Note Records, Under License from EMI Music Marketing. Blue Note® is a registered trademark of Capitol Records, Inc
    6. Kiss and Run (Coslow) [7:28].  Sonny Rollins, Clifford Brown, and Max Roach; p. 247.
    Originally released 1956.  Courtesy of The Concord Music Group
    7. Cranky Spanky (Hardman) [7:53].  Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers featuring Jackie McLean; p. 243.
    Originally released 1956. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    8. Maiden Voyage (Hancock) [7:53].  Herbie Hancock featuring Freddie Hubbard; p. 239.
    Originally released 1965  Courtesy of Blue Note Records, Under License from EMI Music Marketing. Blue Note® is a registered trademark of Capitol Records, Inc.
    9. Flamenco Sketches (Bill Evans & Miles Davis) [9:25].  Miles Davis Sextet featuring John Coltrane and Cannonball Adderley; p. 269.
    Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    10. Masqualero (W. Shorter) [8:52].  Miles Davis, Wayne Shorter, Herbie Hancock, Ron Carter, and Tony Williams; p. 278.
    Originally released 1967. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    11. Afro-Blue (Mongo Santamaria) [7:41].  John Coltrane, McCoy Tyner, Jimmy Garrison, and Elvin Jones; p. 299. 
    Originally recorded 1963.  Courtesy of The Concord Music Group
    12. Civilization Day (Coleman) [6:04]. Ornette Coleman, Don Cherry, Charlie Haden, and Billy Higgins; p. 311.
    (P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment

     

    CD 3

     

    1. Fables of Faubus (Mingus) [8:13]. Charles Mingus; p. 322.
    Originally released 1959. All rights reserved by Sony Music Entertainment
    2. Ghosts: First Variation (Ayler) [5:13].  Albert Ayler, Gary Peacock, and Sunny Murray; p. 317.
    Originally released 1964.  Courtesy of ESP Records
    3. Solar (Chuck Wayne) [8:52].  Bill Evans, Scott LaFaro, and Paul Motian; p. 242.
    Originally released 1961.  Courtesy of The Concord Music Group
    4. Steps (C. Corea) [5:03].  Chick Corea, Miroslav Vitous, and Roy Haynes; p. 352.
    Originally released 1968.  Courtesy of Blue Note Records, Under License from EMI Music Marketing. Blue Note® is a registered trademark of Capitol Records, Inc.
    5. Sundial, Part 1 (Keith Jarrett) [8:54].  Keith Jarrett; p. 357.
    Originally released 1976, © 1977.  Courtesy of ECM Records GmbH
    6. Surucucu (W. Shorter) [4:18].  Weather Report, featuring Josef Zawinul, Wayne Shorter, Miroslav Vitous, Dom Um Roman, and Eric Gravatt;  p. 377. 
    (P) 1972 Sony Music Entertainment
    7.  Chameleon excerpt (Hancock) [6:46].   Herbie Hancock, Bennie Maupin, Paul Jackson, Bill Summers, and Harvey Mason; p. 383.
    (P) 1973 Sony Music Entertainment
    8. Above & Below (Randy Brecker) [7:05].  Michael and Randy Brecker; p. 402.
    (P) 1992 The Verve Music Group.  Courtesy of The Verve Music Group under license form Universal Music Enterprises
    9. Red Emma (Dave Douglas) [4:55].  Tiny Bell Trio: Dave Douglas, Brad Shepik, and Jim Black; p. 407.
    (P) 1994 Songlines Recordings; Courtesy of Songlines Recordings
    10. Miami (J. Marquez) [5:34].  Paquito D’Rivera and Jorge Dalto; p. 413.
    (P) 1982 Sony Music Entertainment
    11. Express Crossing (Wynton Marsalis) [5:11].  Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra featuring Wynton Marsalis; p. 420.
    (P) 1997 Sony Music Entertainment
    12. Baseball (Carla Bley) [7:46]. Carla Bley, Larry Goldings, and Gary Valente; p. 431.

     


    Originally released 1999.  Courtesy of ECM Records GmbH

    Available for separate purchase as a Downloadable Package through a special access code card, ISBN 0205205984.

    ISBN 0205036864