Madame Jazz: Contemporary Women Instrumentalists

Leslie Gourse (Author)
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Product Details

Price
$54.00
Publisher
Oxford University Press, USA
Publish Date
May 23, 1996
Pages
304
Dimensions
5.52 X 0.77 X 8.5 inches | 0.95 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9780195106473
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About the Author

Leslie Gourse is a freelance writer whose books on jazz includeSassy: The Life of Sarah Vaughan, Unforgettable: The Life and Mystique of Nat King Cole, and Louis's Children, an acclaimed history of jazz singing. In 1991, she received an ASCAP-Deems Taylor Award for a series of articles on women instrumentalists.

Reviews

"ÝGourse¨ knows her topic well....Lively and absorbing."--Jazz Notes
"A major contribution."--W. Royal Stokes, author of The Jazz Scene
"If you know a talented young lady who is seriously dedicated to her art, run--don't walk--to your nearest bookstore and get her this book right away."--Jazz Educators Journal

"[Gourse] knows her topic well....Lively and absorbing."--Jazz Notes
"A major contribution."--W. Royal Stokes, author of The Jazz Scene
"If you know a talented young lady who is seriously dedicated to her art, run--don't walk--to your nearest bookstore and get her this book right away."--Jazz Educators Journal


"[Gourse] knows her topic well....Lively and absorbing."--Jazz Notes
"A major contribution."--W. Royal Stokes, author of The Jazz Scene
"If you know a talented young lady who is seriously dedicated to her art, run--don't walk--to your nearest bookstore and get her this book right away."--Jazz Educators Journal

"[Gourse] knows her topic well....Lively and absorbing."--Jazz Notes
"A major contribution."--W. Royal Stokes, author of The Jazz Scene
"If you know a talented young lady who is seriously dedicated to her art, run--don't walk--to your nearest bookstore and get her this book right away."--Jazz Educators Journal


"[Gourse] knows her topic well....Lively and absorbing."--Jazz Notes


"A major contribution."--W. Royal Stokes, author of The Jazz Scene


"If you know a talented young lady who is seriously dedicated to her art, run--don't walk--to your nearest bookstore and get her this book right away."--Jazz Educators Journal