Making Music American: 1917 and the Transformation of Culture

Making Music American: 1917 and the Transformation of Culture

The year 1917 was unlike any other in American history, or in the history of American music. The United States entered World War I, jazz burst onto the national scene, and the German musicians who dominated classical music were forced from the stage. As the year progressed, New Orleans natives Nick LaRocca and Freddie Keppard popularized the new genre of jazz, a style that...

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Title:Making Music American: 1917 and the Transformation of Culture
Author:E. Douglas Bomberger
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Edition Language:English

Making Music American: 1917 and the Transformation of Culture Reviews

  • Ted
    Excellent history of artistic change.....
  • Kevin
    Outstanding history of a significant yearThis is a superb history of a pivotal year in American music. This is book is superb in the quality of its writing (as a fascinating page turner) and in the rigor of its research. Douglas Bomberger has cross checked every major event, dug through extensive ne...
  • Amy
    I learned a great deal from this book. I found it engaging and interesting. My husband and I read it aloud to each other and then talked about what we were learning. We also listened to quite a bit of the music that was discussed which just added to the appeal....

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