||Digital collection of articles, images and audio clips relating to the influential jazz pianist. Offers an audio tour of his career and the option to download specially selected tracks. Information is offered in both English and French.|| |
|Selected links to resources on jazz and popular music.|| |
|Searchable set of documents about Thelonious Monk, a jazz musician who contributed to the birth of bebop. Includes a discography of Monk's audio and video recordings, a selection of papers and articles about the musician and his life, quotations by and about Thelonious Monk, and a collection of pictures, magazine covers, and album covers from Riverside, Columbia, Blue Note, Prestige, and other labels.|| |
|News, features, criticism and interviews about art exhibitions, concerts, opera stars, jazz, dance, CDs and CD|
Roms, international cuisine and technology in English, French and German.
|An experimental demonstration of sheet music images and their bibliographic description for songs such as Beale Street Blues, I'll See You in Cuba and June Bugs Dance.|| |
|Information about jazz musician Benny Carter, including his career and current activities. Features biography, discography, image gallery and a list of forthcoming appearances.|| |
|Photographs of jazz artists from the jazz scene between 1938 and 1948, primarily in New York City and Washington DC. Among Gottlieb's collection are photographs of Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Charlie Parker, Billie Holiday, Dizzy Gillespie, Earl Hines, Thelonious Monk, Stan Kenton, Ray McKinley, Benny Goodman, Coleman Hawkins, Ella Fitzgerald, and Benny Carter. Also features a selection of articles from Down Beat Magazine.|| |
|A collection of folk music resources including bluegrass and old|
time music, acoustic blues and fingerstyle acoustic guitar.
|Database of composer bibliographies and other information, indexed by topic or subject. Includes headings such as Gospel music, musical theatre, ragtime, Charles Ives, Scott Joplin, John and Alan Lomax and Stephen Sondheim.|| |
|Describes the Louis Armstrong House and Archives Museum in Queens, New York. Lists the contents of the archives, which include 'Satch's' collection of musical recordings, scrapbooks, papers, personal tapes, and musical instruments. Provides a biography and an annotated bibliography of works written by and about the jazz trumpet player.|| |
|Collection of information on jazz music. Includes articles on jazz genres such as contemporary, big band, acid and latin, artist information, interviews, audio reviews and biographies. A time line traces the history of jazz music from pre|
1850 to the present day and new releases and festivals are announced.
|Information about Duke Ellington, whose music reflects every movement in jazz and was mostly written for the conventional 16 piece dance band format. Offers Real Audio files of music recorded by Duke Ellington along with other artists including Bing Crosby, The Mills Brothers, Dolores Parker, Rosemary Clooney and Jimmy Rushing.|| |
|Searchable collection of arts resources with sections on performance television, classical music, ballet, opera, contemporary dance, and jazz. Includes a UK events guide with tickets available for sale online.|| |
|Includes links to artists, electronic magazines, international festivals, radio stations and record labels.|| |
year initiative to research, preserve, and present the history of jazz through exhibitions, performances, recordings, radio broadcasts, publications and educational programs throughout the US. The site includes audio clips, interviews, schedules of performances, bibliographies and links to related sites.
|Offers original articles and features about jazz, plus annotated links to selected relevant Internet resources, compiled by a subject specialist, a subject|
specific bulletin board, and details of related news and events. Includes links to educational resources and biographies of well-known musicians and vocalists including John Coltrane, Miles Davis and Ella Fitzgerald.
|Information about the history of jazz music and the Greystone Ballroom in Detroit, Michigan. Includes essays about the history of both Detroit jazz and the Greystone; four slide shows depicting the Detroit jazz scene from the 1920s to 1990s and audio and video collections (require RealPlayer and QuickTime).|| |
|Academic bookstore at the University of California, provides a source for substantial displays and reviews of trade books, technical books, classical music and jazz.|| |