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Between Beats

The Jazz Tradition and Black Vernacular Dance

PUBLISHER: Oxford University Press
PRODUCT TYPE: Book [Binded]
INSTRUMENT GROUP: Books on Music
Between Beats: The Jazz Tradition and Black Vernacular Dance offers a new look at the complex intersections between jazz music and popular dance over the last hundred-plus years. Author Christi Jay Wells shows how popularentertainment and cultures of social dancing were crucial to jazz music's
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Subtitle The Jazz Tradition and Black Vernacular Dance
Author Christy Jay Wells
Publisher Oxford University Press
Product Type Book [Binded]
Instrument Group Books on Music
Year of Publication 2021
Genre History Of Music
Style Jazz
ISBN 9780197559277
No. Pages 272
No. OUP9780197559277
Release Date 6/3/2021
Description
Between Beats: The Jazz Tradition and Black Vernacular Dance offers a new look at the complex intersections between jazz music and popular dance over the last hundred-plus years. Author Christi Jay Wells shows how popularentertainment and cultures of social dancing were crucial to jazz music's formation and development even as jazz music came to earn a reputation as a "legitimate" art form better suited for still, seated listening.
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