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Various - Concord's Women In Jazz The New Century album flac Performer: Various
Title: Concord's Women In Jazz The New Century
Released: 2001
Country: US
MP3 album: 1426 mb
FLAC album: 1863 mb
Rating: 4.6
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Genre: Jazz

Record Label Concord Jazz. CD is in like new condition. Fujitsu-Concord 25th Jazz Festival, Silver Anniversary Set 2CD Concord Jazz Catalogue Number CCD-7002. This two-disc set was recorded at the Fujitsu/Concord Jazz Festival in Concord, California. The 20 selections comprise the Concord formula - a few originals, but mostly well-done reworkings of standards and jazz flagwavers like "The Very Thought Of You" and "Sweet Georgia Brown. Make offer - Concord's Women In Jazz The New Century 2001 cd6915. Jazz Moods - Jazz At Day's End CD Concord Special Products (New & Sealed).

The Jazz Age's cultural repercussions were primarily felt in the United States, the birthplace of jazz. Originating in New Orleans as a fusion of African and European music, jazz played a significant part in wider cultural changes in this period, and its influence on pop culture continued long afterward Jazz is seen by many as "America's classical music" In the 1920s, jazz became recognized as a major form of musical expression. a b c Borzillo, Carrie, "Women in Jazz: Music on Their Terms-As Gender Bias Fades, New Artists Emerge", Billboard 108:26 (June 29, 1996), pp. 1, 94–96. McCann, Paul (2008).

Dixieland music or New Orleans jazz, sometimes referred to as hot jazz or early jazz, is a style of jazz music which developed in New Orleans at the start of the 20th century. Stylistically it is essentially a form of Ragtime, typically transposed for brass band, banjo and/or clarinet. 1900s -. Electro Swing. Modern interpretation of Swing merged with EDM. Performances typically include both a live band and a DJ. 1990s -. Ethio jazz.

Ever since jazz was born at the dawn of the 20th Century, women have been – and continue to be – a minority in what is a largely male-dominated world. There is, however, one area of the genre where females have always excelled and flourished – the domain of the jazz vocalist. There has been no shortage of talented singers over the decades, but the best female jazz singers possess unique voices and personalities which truly ensure they hold their own against their male counterparts. For those artists, communicating with their audience and conveying deep emotion was paramount. The fewer notes they used, the more profound and eloquent they seemed to be. The inclusion of contemporary chanteuses – among them Dianne Reeves, Madeleine Peyroux and Diana Krall – reveals that Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday and Sarah Vaughan still have descendents in jazz.

Many of the women on this list have been gone for decades, but their incomparable jazz vocals will live on forever. The best female jazz singers in music history have a sound that's like no other. Their melodies and tones captivate us and keep us coming back for more. Many of the women on this list have been gone for decades, but their incomparable jazz vocals will live on forever.

Concord Women's Chorus spring concert features works by noted Boston composer Amy Beach, including the lovely, rarely performed "The Rose of Avon-Town" with fourteen piece orchestra. Works by other early 20th century female composers, including Mabel Daniels, Cécile Chaminade, Lili Boulanger, Ethel Smyth and Rebecca Clarke, will also be performed.

The project, titled Exposure, was meant as a challenge to herself, but it became a display of dauntless prowess and grand ambition. Viewers watched - usually a few thousand at a time - as Ms. Spalding demonstrated complex parts to her pianist, or decided whether to keep or ditch each take. Exposure showed that it was possible to turn the technical, obsessive process of recording jazz into a public spectacle

As always, women forge new pathways in sound; today, they also make waves under the surface of culture by confronting, in their music, the increased fluidity of "woman" itself. What is a woman? It's a timeless question on the surface, but one deeply engaged with whatever historical moment in which it is asked. Our 25 Most Influential Women Musicians of the 21st Century illuminate its complexities. Pop fans of a certain age may only remember Esperanza Spalding as a spoiler, the interloper who once robbed an obsessively worshiped teen idol of his Grammy. If we go back in the music's history," explains Carrington, who is well-versed in women's struggles in jazz, "there are very few people who are accomplished in all of the areas that Esperanza is. She's a virtuosic bass player. Her voice is capable of acrobatics.

Tracklist Hide Credits

1 Diané Schuur* Easy Living
Featuring – Stan Getz
2 Nnenna Freelon Better Than Everything
3 Susannah McCorkle I Can Dream, Can't I?
4 Keely SMith A Lovely Way To Spend And Evening
5 Karrin Allyson What's New
6 Rosemary Clooney Brazil
7 Monica Mancini Ac-Cent-Tchu-Ate The Positive
8 Marian McPartland Take The 'A' Train
9 Niki Harris* You've Changed
10 Sheila E. N Perfect Time

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Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
CCD 4957-2 Various Concord's Women In Jazz The New Century ‎(CDr, Comp, Promo, Adv) Concord Jazz CCD 4957-2 US 2001