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Growing Up with Jazz

Twenty-Four Musicians Talk about Their Lives and Careers

by W. Royal Stokes

  • 383 Want to read
  • 20 Currently reading

Published by Oxford University Press, USA .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Number of Pages240
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL7390468M
ISBN 100195159276
ISBN 109780195159271

Ronald Manheimer ’s Growing Up Existentially offers an authentic testimonial to the enduring relevance of existentialism in providing meaning to our individual and collective lived experiences. Each chapter invites the reader to behold a facet of the existentialist philosophical panorama. All along keeping the discussion relatable, personal, vivid and refreshing. One of my favorites — a great book with wonderful step-by-step exercises to help a singer be more fluent.” — Kate McGarry. I highly endorse this book for singers and sure wish it had been on the scene when I was growing up. No 'shoo be do be's' in this wonderful new book. David Berkman is a wonderful pianist and human being.

A jazz writer for three decades, W. Royal Stokes has a special talent for capturing the initial spark that launches a musician's career. In Growing Up With Jazz, he has interviewed twenty-four instrumentalists and singers who talk candidly about the early influences that started them on the road to jazz and where that road has taken them. Stokes offers a kaleidoscopic look at the Brand: W Royal Stokes. This K likes. We are a new Jazz radio station. Get ready for a cool mix of Smooth, Contemporary and Traditional Jazz. This Jazz will launch on Followers: K.

Growing Up with Chicago. Author: Harrison, Carter H. Publisher: Ralph Fletcher Seymour Binding: Cloth Book Condition: Very Good Jacket Condition: No Jacket. First Printing. pp. Index. B/w photos. Gift inscription in pencil on front free endpaper. Bottom edge of front flyleaf has a small tear. Cover edges are lightly rubbed. Selling Seller Rating: % positive.   It’s no surprise that growing up as a transgender kid wasn’t easy for Jazz Jennings. But the Florida-based teen made it through – and is sharing the lessons she learned with others. Get push.


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