Great African-Americans in Jazz (Outstanding African Americans) download epub
by Carlotta Hacker
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From the GREAT AFRICAN AMERICANS series, a series of in-depth profiles of outstanding jazz musicians and singers, among them Louis Armstrong, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Billie Holiday, Thelonius Monk, Charlie Parker and Bessie Smith. Illustrated with 55 colour and black and white photographs.
Including photographs from Bessie Smith and Louis Armstrong to Cindy Blackman and Wynton Marsalis, thirteen African-American jazz musicians are profiled in this ente. see all Including photographs from Bessie Smith and Louis Armstrong to Cindy Blackman and Wynton Marsalis, thirteen African-American jazz musicians are profiled in this entertaining book in the Outstanding African Americans series. see all Including photographs.
Profiles of thirteen African American jazz musicians, including Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, and Billie Holiday. Louis Armstrong - Miles Davis - Duke Ellington - Billie Holiday - Thelonious Monk - Charlie Parker - Bessie Smith - Cindy Blackman - Dizzie Gillespie - Abbey Lincoln - Wynton Marsalis - Carmen McRae - Nina Simone. References to this work on external resources. Recently added by. stroudgreenschool, OST-Middle-School, ImagineWoodbury, HolmW, jland812, pro3128, Muze. Library descriptions. No library descriptions found. LibraryThing members' description.
Outstanding African Americans. By (author) Carlotta Hacker. Other books in this series. 23% off. Great African Americans in History. Free delivery worldwide. Profiles thirteen African Americans who have excelled in various fields, including medicine, science, civil rights, and exploration show more.
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Jazz owes its creation to many visionary African American pioneers who to this day continue to reshape and reinvent its sound
Jazz owes its creation to many visionary African American pioneers who to this day continue to reshape and reinvent its sound. Great African Americans in Jazz follows the fascinating lives and careers of African American jazz artists. Major profiles in this book include: Louis Armstrong Duke Ellington Thelonious Monk Bessie Smith Miles Davis Billie Holiday Charlie Parker plus six additional shorter profiles.
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