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Record ID marc_loc_updates/v36.i31.records.utf8:14221246:1549
Source Library of Congress
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LEADER: 01549nam a22003018a 4500
001   2008032105
003 DLC
005 20080731174121.0
008 080721s2009    miu      b    001 0 eng  
010    $a 2008032105
020    $a9780472116058 (cloth : alk. paper)
020    $a0472116053 (cloth : alk. paper)
040    $aDLC$cDLC
043    $an-us-ny$an-us---
050 00 $aML3518$b.H68 2009
082 00 $a781.65/3$222
100 $aHowland, John Louis.
245 10 $a"Ellington uptown" :$bDuke Ellington, James P. Johnson, and the birth of concert jazz /$cJohn Howland.
260    $aAnn Arbor :$bUniversity of Michigan Press,$c2009.
263    $a0904
300    $ap. cm.
490 $aJazz perspectives
504    $aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 $aFrom Clorindy to Carnegie Hall : the Harlem entertainment community -- Jazz rhapsodies in black and white : James P. Johnson's Yamekraw -- "The blues get glorified" : Harlem entertainment, Negro nuances, and black symphonic jazz -- Ellingtonian extended composition and the symphonic jazz model -- "Harlem love song" : the symphonic aspirations of James P. Johnson, 1930-1945 -- "Carnegie blues" and the symphonic Ellington -- Conclusion : the legacy of Harlem's concert jazz.
600 10 $aEllington, Duke,$d1899-1974$xCriticism and interpretation.
600 10 $aJohnson, James P.$q(James Price),$d1894-1955$xCriticism and interpretation.
650  0 $aBig band music$zNew York (State)$zNew York$xHistory and criticism.
650  0 $aJazz$xHistory and criticism.