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The History of Jazz: Chapter One

article A Great Day in Harlem is a famous photograph (above) taken by Art Kane in 1958, featuring many of the greatest jazz talents in one place, at one moment. (It was the basis of a wonderful 1994 documentary of the same title, which is worth tracking down.) Under http://www.harlem.org/ there's an interactive site which adapts the photograph to the web. Click over the image to learn more about each person in the photograph, including top listening picks. A must for jazz fans, and what an inspiration if you’re curious about learning more about these great musicians. The History of Jazz By Ted Gioia Chapter One: The Prehistory of Jazz The Africanization of American Music An elderly black man sits astride a large cylindrical drum.... Read more

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