By Catherine Tackley
On January sixteen, 1938 Benny Goodman introduced his swing orchestra to America's commemorated domestic of ecu classical tune, Carnegie corridor. The ensuing live performance - generally one in all the main major occasions in American track historical past - helped to usher jazz and swing track into the yank cultural mainstream. This acceptance has been perpetuated by means of Columbia Records' 1950 liberate of the live performance on LP.
Now, in Benny Goodman's recognized 1938 Carnegie corridor Jazz Concert, jazz pupil and musician Catherine Tackley offers the 1st extensive, scholarly learn of this seminal live performance and recording.
Combining rigorous documentary and archival learn with shut research of the recording, Tackley strips again the collected layers of interpretation and intending to investigate the functionality in its unique context, and discover what the fabric has come to symbolize in its recorded shape. Taking a whole view of the live performance, she examines the wealthy cultural environment within which it happened, and analyzes the compositions, preparations and performances themselves, sooner than discussing the rapid reception, and lasting legacy and impression of this storied occasion and album.
As the definitive examine of 1 of an important recordings of the twentieth-century, Benny Goodman's recognized 1938 Carnegie corridor Jazz Concert is a must-read for all severe jazz fanatics, musicians and students.
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