Notes: Toward a New Jazz Discourse
Mark Osteen, "Introduction: Blue Notes Toward a New Jazz Discourse."
I. Jazz History
1. Douglas Field, "Tracing that Pentecostal Feeling: Jazz and the Sanctified Church."
2. Michael Coyle, "Jazz Songbooks and the Modernist Tradition."
3. John P. McCombe, " 'Eternal Jazz': Jazz Historiography and the Persistence of the Resurrection Myth."
II. Jazz Music
4. Tamas Dobozy, "Playing at the Nth Note: John Coltrane and Proliferation."
5. Timothy S. Murphy, "Improvisation as Idiomatic, Ethic and Harmolodic."
6. Philippe Carrard, "Titling Jazz: On the Front Cover of Blue Note Records."
III. Jazz Literature
7. Daniel Stein, "The Performance of Jazz Autobiography."
8. Gregory C. Stallings, "Jazz and Surrealism in Twentieth-Century Spanish Poetry."
9. A. T. Spaulding, "The Cultural Matrix of Ragtime in James Weldon Johnson's The Autobiography of an Ex-Colored Man."
10. Roberta S. Maguire, "The Seven League Boots: Albert Murray's 'Swing' Poetics."
11. Michael Borshuk, "'So Black, So Blue': Ralph Ellison, Louis Armstrong, and the Bebop Aesthetic."
12. Susanna Lee, "The Jazz Harmonies of Connection and Disconnection in 'Sonny's Blues.'"
13. Ken Husbands, "Retuning the Critical Instrument: André Hodeir's The Worlds of Jazz."
1. "The Language of the Other: Jacques Derrida Interviews Ornette Coleman." Translated by Timothy S. Murphy
2. Jacques Derrida, "Play-The First Name." Translated by Timothy S. Murphy.
Jazz Modernism: From Ellington and Armstrong to Matisse and Joyce, by
Alfred Appel, Jr.
Jazz Noir: Listening to Music from Phantom Lady to The Last Seduction,
by David Butler.
Going for Jazz: Musical Practices and American Ideology, by Nicholas
Twelve Bar Blues, by Patrick Neate.