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Between Beats

PUBLISHER: Oxford University Press
PRODUCT FORMAT: History, Style and Culture
Between Beats: The Jazz Tradition and Black Vernacular Dance offers a new look at the complex intersections between jazz music and popular dance over the last hundred-plus years. Author Christi Jay Wells shows how popularentertainment and cultures of social dancing were crucial to jazz music's
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Author Christy Jay Wells
Publisher Oxford University Press
Product Format History, Style and Culture
Genre History Of Music
Year of Publication 2021
Style Jazz
ISBN 9780197559277
No. OUP9780197559277
Number of pages 272
Description
Between Beats: The Jazz Tradition and Black Vernacular Dance offers a new look at the complex intersections between jazz music and popular dance over the last hundred-plus years. Author Christi Jay Wells shows how popularentertainment and cultures of social dancing were crucial to jazz music's formation and development even as jazz music came to earn a reputation as a "legitimate" art form better suited for still, seated listening.
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