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by Kent Zimmerman,Keith Zimmerman

eBook The Art of Jazz: Monterey Jazz Festival 50 Years download ISBN: 0979403707
Author: Kent Zimmerman,Keith Zimmerman
Publisher: Monterey Jazz Festival; 1 edition (July 31, 2007)
Language: English
Pages: 139
ePub: 1793 kb
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Category: Art and Photo
Subcategory: Music

Keith and Kent Zimmerman's insightful narratives parallel design trends with music trends as well. The Art of Jazz is a tribute to all of the artists who performed at the Monterey Jazz Festival as well as the visual artists who captured each year in a form suitable for framing

Keith and Kent Zimmerman's insightful narratives parallel design trends with music trends as well. The Art of Jazz is a tribute to all of the artists who performed at the Monterey Jazz Festival as well as the visual artists who captured each year in a form suitable for framing

The Art of Jazz includes a year-by-year list of artists who have performed at the Festival from 1958-2007, as well .

The Art of Jazz includes a year-by-year list of artists who have performed at the Festival from 1958-2007, as well as color reproductions of posters and program covers from each year, featuring designers Earl Newman, and many more. Shipping and handling costs and sales tax are not included. Shipping costs will vary by location.

The Monterey Jazz Festival is a nonprofit organization. Zimmerman, Keith and Kent. The Art of Jazz: Monterey Jazz Festival/50 Years (July 2007), page 119. ^ Big names, experience set Monterey apart. It has donated its proceeds to musical education since its inception in 1958. Forty thousand party at Monterey Jazz Festival's 50th birthday.

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Capturing the essence of the infamous Monterey Jazz Festival, this collection of posters, programme covers and photographs takes viewers on a trip down memory lane. ISBN13:9780979403705. Release Date:July 2007.

in-depth history, Monterey Jazz Festival: Forty Legendary Years by William Minor, published in 1997 by Angel City Press. The Art of Jazz is punctuated by striking photographs of legendary musicians important to the history of the festival such as Dave Brubeck, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Tony Bennett and of course Dizzy Gillespie. These are joined by images of new legends Diana Krall, Joshua Redman, Pat Metheny, Chick Corea, Christian McBride, Al Jarreau and many more. In addi-tion,The Art of Jazz lists every artist who has appeared at Monterey since its inception.

Please put more big acts on the garden stage.

In 1997, Bill Minor wrote Monterey Jazz Festival: 40 Legendary Years, a detailed history of the first 40. .

In 1997, Bill Minor wrote Monterey Jazz Festival: 40 Legendary Years, a detailed history of the first 40 years of the Monterey Jazz Festival. Now at the time of the 50th festival, The Art of Jazz celebrates the occasion with a breezier look at Monterey’s legacy, written by Keith and Kent Zimmerman. Each of the five decades is covered with a five-page essay (with space for four to six photos), a full-page photo, 10 pages that simply list the performers at each year’s festival (often just the bandleaders and all-star guests) and 10 other pages showing the cover of each year’s official program

The Art Of Jazz continues that tradition, with one eye focused on the last half-century, while the other scans .

The Art Of Jazz continues that tradition, with one eye focused on the last half-century, while the other scans the horizon of the next. As Clint Eastwood says in his foreword, Monterey (not to be confused with Monterey Pop) is the grandfather of festivals, so it’s a good thing its organisers and archivists assumed these tasks of production and publication. Considerable interview material is included, plus an archaeology of jazz criticism reaching back to Jimmy Lyons in the 40s. Complementing the posteresque colour graphics are black-and-white portraits of the musicians onstage, from Ellington and Davis to Jarreau and Freelon.

The Art of Jazz Monterey Jazz Festival / 50 Years by Keith and Kent Zimmerman // foreword by Clint Eastwood The Art of Jazz: Monterey Jazz Festival/50 Years by noted music and culture writers Keith and Kent Zimmerman celebrates the historic images created to promote and memorialize the festival. It captures the Monterey Jazz Festival experience through posters, program covers and rare photographs dating back to the first festival in 1958. The artwork is by such famed jazz interpreters as Eldon Dedini, Ron Grauer, Fernando Batista, Jerry Takigawa, Harry Briggs and Earl Newman. With a foreword by legendary actor and filmmaker Clint Eastwood, this is a decade-by-decade look at the jazz world and the Festival, explored through art and essays reflecting on its history and the music it spawned.Released in celebration of the Monterey Jazz Festival’s fiftieth year, The Art of Jazz is an intriguing com-panion piece to the festival's in-depth history, Monterey Jazz Festival: Forty Legendary Years by William Minor, published in 1997 by Angel City Press. The Art of Jazz is punctuated by striking photographs of legendary musicians important to the history of the festival such as Dave Brubeck, Miles Davis, Duke Ellington, Tony Bennett and of course Dizzy Gillespie. These are joined by images of new legends Diana Krall, Joshua Redman, Pat Metheny, Chick Corea, Christian McBride, Al Jarreau and many more. In addi-tion,The Art of Jazz lists every artist who has appeared at Monterey since its inception. The Art of Jazz is a tribute to both the musical artists who have performed at Monterey Jazz Festival and to the visual artists who have commemorated it.published by Monterey Jazz Festival distributed by Angel City Press ISBN-13 978-0-9794037-0-5 / ISBN-10 0-9794037-0-7 / $50.00 140 pp; hardcover / 11-1/8"x12" Angel City Press 2118 Wilshire Blvd. #880 Santa Monica CA 90403 tel 310-395-9982 fax 310-395-3353 www.angelcitypress.com