The Oxford Companion to Australian Jazz

By: Johnson, Bruce

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Melbourne, VIC, Australia: Oxford Univ Press, 1987. Usual library marks and wear. Pages 45 to 49 have creases to bottom corners. 320 pages with b/w illustrations. Combines a comprehemsive analysis of the development of jazz in Australia with biographical accounts of those who have contributed to that development. In addition to around 300 entries on musicians, bands and venues, and more than 150 photographs, there are longer entries and essays on specialist record labels, broadcasting, regional characteristics and a history of the evolution of attitudes to jazz in Australia.. Hard Cover. Good+/Good (minus). 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Ex-Library.

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