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The New Face of Jazz

An Intimate Look at Today's Living Legends and the Artists of Tomorrow

Written by Cicily JanusAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Cicily Janus
Photographed by Ned RadinskyAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Ned Radinsky
Foreword by Marcus MillerAuthor Alerts:  Random House will alert you to new works by Marcus Miller

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On Sale: July 13, 2010
Pages: 352 | ISBN: 978-0-8230-2721-7
Published by : Billboard Books Potter-TenSpeed-Harmony
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Jazz is thriving in the twenty-first century, and The New Face of Jazz is an intimate, illustrated guide to the artists, venues, and festivals of today's jazz scene. This book celebrates the living legends, current stars, and faces of tomorrow as they continue to innovate and expand the boundaries of this great musical legacy.
     In their own words, artists such as McCoy Tyner, Arturo Sandoval, Diane Schuur, Terence Blanchard, Charlie Hunter, Nicholas Payton, George Benson, Maria Schneider, Christian McBride, Randy Brecker, Jean-Luc Ponty, Joe Lovano, Lee Ritenour, and more than 100 others share intimately about their beginnings, musical training, inspiration, and hard-earned lessons, creating a fascinating mosaic of the current jazz community.
     Photographer Ned Radinsky contributes 40 amazing black-and-white portraits of these musicians doing what they do best—playing. An appendix offers resources for jazz education; an exclusive reading list; and the lowdown on those organizations and societies doing their part to promote jazz as a living, breathing art form.
     With an introductory word from Wynton Marsalis, a foreword by Marcus Miller, and an afterword by Sonny Rollins, The New Face of Jazz is an unprecedented window onto today's world of jazz, for everyone from the devotee to the new listener.

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