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R$ 379,90
ISBN 9783836542937

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Editora: TASCHEN

Idioma: INGLÊS/FRANCÊS/ALEMÃO

Dimensões (LxA): 24 x 33,6 cm

Páginas: 600    

Encadernação: CAPA DURA

Ano de Edição: 2016

Autor: CLAXTON, WILLIAM; BERENDT, JOAQUIM E.

 

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In 1960, photographer William Claxton and noted musicologist Joachim Berendt traveled the United States hot on the trail of jazz. Through music halls and marching bands, side streets and subways, they sought to document this living, breathing, beating musical phenomenon that enraptured America across social, economic, and racial lines. The result of Claxton and Berendt’s collaboration was Jazzlife, much sought after by collectors and now revived in this fresh TASCHEN volume. From coast to coast, from unknown street performers to legends of the genre, this defining jazz journey explores just what made up this most original of American art forms. In New Orleans and New York, in St. Louis, Biloxi, Jackson, and beyond, Claxton’s rapturous yet tender images and accompanying texts examine jazz’s regional diversity as much as its pervasive vitality and soul. They show the music makers and the many spaces and people this music touched, from funeral parades to