Latin Jazz

The Other Jazz

Jazz has always been a genre built on the blending of disparate musical cultures. Latin jazz illustrates this perhaps better than any other style in this rich tradition, yet its cultural heritage has been all but erased from narratives of jazz history. Les mer
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Jazz has always been a genre built on the blending of disparate musical cultures. Latin jazz illustrates this perhaps better than any other style in this rich tradition, yet its cultural heritage has been all but erased from narratives of jazz history. Told from the perspective of a long-time jazz insider, Latin Jazz: The Other Jazz corrects the record, providing a historical account that embraces the genre's international nature and explores the dynamic
interplay of economics, race, ethnicity, and nationalism that shaped it.

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Acknowledgements
Introduction: The Other Jazz

Chapter 1: Why call it Latin Jazz? Afro-Latin Jazz, Afro-Cuban Jazz, Cubop, Caribbean Jazz, Jazz Latin, or just... Jazz: the politics of naming an intercultural music
Chapter 2: Caribbean and Latin American Reverberations and the First Birth of Latin Jazz: New Orleans and the Spanish Tinge
Chapter 3: The Second Birth of Latin Jazz: Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington Do the Rumba
Chapter 4: El Tema del Apollo: Latin American and Caribbean music in Harlem
Chapter 5: The "Othering" of Latin Jazz
Chapter 6: "More Cowbell": Latin Jazz in the 21st Century

Epilogue
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