Richard M. Sudhalter

Lost Chords. White Musicians and Their Contribution to Jazz, 1915–1945

1999 (This Edition Published)

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Author Richard M. Sudhalter
Publisher Oxford University Press
Copyright Holder Richard M. Sudhalter
Designed by Adam B. Bohannon
About/Subject Jazz
About/Subject Race & Politics
About/Subject New Orleans Rhythm Kings
About/Subject Emmett Hardy
About/Subject Miff Mole
About/Subject The Original Memphis Five
About/Subject Red Nichols
About/Subject Adrian Rollini
About/Subject The California Ramblers
About/Subject Bud Freeman
About/Subject Jean Goldkette
About/Subject Ben Pollack
About/Subject Casa Loma Orchestra
About/Subject The Dorsey Brothers
About/Subject The Boswell Sisters
About/Subject Bob Crosby
About/Subject Bix Beiderbecke
About/Subject Frankie Trumbauer
About/Subject Jack Purvis
About/Subject Bunny Berigan
About/Subject Benny Goodman
About/Subject Artie Shaw
About/Subject Bobby Hackett
About/Subject Red Norvo
About/Subject Mildred Bailey
About/Subject Pee Wee Russell
About/Subject Jack Teagarden
Cover/Jacket Design by Brad Foltz
Cover photo Archive Photos
Cover photo Frank Driggs Collection
Review by James T. Maher
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Date
This Edition Published 1999
First Published 1999
Copyright 1999
Identifying Codes
ISBN 0-19-505585-3
Barcode 9 780195 055856 90000
Edition No. 1
Price USA $35.00
Format Hardback
Publication Location New York and Oxford
Genre
Page Count / Font 890 pages / Joanna and Gill Sans
Language English
Chapters Preface
Introduction

I In the Beginning: New Orleans to Chicago
1. Bands from Dixieland
2. The New Orleans Rhythm Kings
3. Emmett Hardy
4. White New Orleans Jazz in the 1920s
5. White Chicago Jazz, 1923-1926

II The Sophisticates: New York and Its Hot Jazz Chamber Music
6. Miff Mole and the Original Memphis Five
7. Red Nichols and His Circle
8. Adrian Rollini and the California Ramblers

III The Hot Lineage: Chicago and Its Descendants
9. Revolutionaries from the Suburbs
10. Chicago Jazz in the 1930s
11. Bud Freeman and the Tenor Saxophone
12. Dixieland

IV The Big Bands 1: Creating a Tradition
13. The Jean Goldkette and Ben Pollack Orchestras
14. Casa Loma Stomp
15. Dorseys and Boswells
16. The Bob Crosby Orchestra

V Individual Voices
17. Bix Beiderbecke and Some of His Friends
18. Frank Trumbauer: The Divided Self
19. Jack Purvis
20. Bunny Berigan
21. Guitars, Solo and in Combination

VI The Big Bands 2: At the Summit
22. Benny Goodman
23. Artie Shaw (1): Matchless Music
24. Artie Shaw (2): Time and Change

VII The Fine Art of 'Sui Generis'
25. Bobby Hackett: Making It Sing
26. Red Norvo and Mildred Bailey (1): Early Careers
27. Red Norvo and Mildred Bailey (2): Mr. and Mrs. Swing
28. Pee Wee Russell and Jack Teagarden

Epilogue
Notes
Acknowledgements
Credits
Index
Notes 1st edition, 1999. Hardback with white dust jacket.

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