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Essays on Jazz by Burnett James publ Jazz Book Club production 1961 good d./j

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Publisher: Sidgwick and Jackson, London Jazz Book Club production 1961. Hardback, 205 pages, good d/j. Cover, in brown boards with yellow titling to spine, is in very good condition. Internally the book is in good, tight and clean condition with no inscriptions, tears, creases or significant marks. A little tanning to pages commensurate with age and some foxing spots to page block edges. The dustjacket is in generally good condition with a little fading to spine and a couple of small tears at bottom of spine and bottom of front flap. Some fascinating essays on such subjects as The art of improvisation, on swinging Bach, Billie Holday, Lester Young, King Oliver, Bix Beiderbecke, Oscar Peterson, Duke Ellington etc

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Author(s):
Burnett James
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
205
Publisher:
Sidgwick and Jackson, London Jazz Book Club production 1961
Title:
Essays on Jazz

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Publisher: Sidgwick and Jackson, London Jazz Book Club production 1961. Hardback, 205 pages, good d/j. Cover, in brown boards with yellow titling to spine, is in very good condition. Internally the book is in good, tight and clean condition with no inscriptions, tears, creases or significant marks. A little tanning to pages commensurate with age and some foxing spots to page block edges. The dustjacket is in generally good condition with a little fading to spine and a couple of small tears at bottom of spine and bottom of front flap. Some fascinating essays on such subjects as The art of improvisation, on swinging Bach, Billie Holday, Lester Young, King Oliver, Bix Beiderbecke, Oscar Peterson, Duke Ellington etc

Author(s):
Burnett James
Condition:
Used: good
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
205
Publisher:
Sidgwick and Jackson, London Jazz Book Club production 1961
Title:
Essays on Jazz

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