DOCTORED JAZZ

Early Australian Jazz Journals

Authors

  • Bruce Johnson

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/prbt.v3i4.28738

Keywords:

Australian jazz, musical taste

Abstract

Johnson's historical study dissects the role that specialist jazz journals had in constructing agendas of taste and legitimation for particular styles of jazz music in Australia.

References

Breen, M (1997) 'Popular Music', in Cunningham, Sand Turner, G (eds), The Media in Australia: Industries, Texts, Audiences, St Leonards (NSW): Allen & Unwin

Harris, H ( 1951) 'Trenchant Thoughts on the Bells in Britain', AJQ 13/6

Johnson, B (1987) The Oxford Companion to Australian Jazz, Melbourne: Oxford University Press

Johnson, F (J949) 'Rebop and Commercialism', AJQ 812

Miller, B, (1948) 'The Stagnation of Melody in Jazz', AJQ 7/11

__ ( 1954) 'The Eighth Australian Jazz Convention', AJQ 2216

Potts, D and:Potts, A (1985)YanksDownunder 1941-5: the American Impact on Australia, Sydney: Oxford University Press

Swanton, L ( 1994 ), 'Interview with John Shand', Australian Jazz And Blues n 1/6

Vanderstoel, .G ( 1955) 'Melbourne Jazz Scene', AJQ 27/12

Published

2015-10-05

How to Cite

Johnson, B. (2015). DOCTORED JAZZ: Early Australian Jazz Journals. Perfect Beat, 3(4), 26–37. https://doi.org/10.1558/prbt.v3i4.28738

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