New Orleans jazz and second line drumming



Publisher: Manhattan Music in [Miami]

Written in English
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Places:

  • Louisiana,
  • New Orleans

Subjects:

  • Riley, Herlin -- Interviews.,
  • Vidacovich, Johnny, 1949- -- Interviews.,
  • Drum set -- Instruction and study.,
  • Percussion music (Jazz) -- Instruction and study.,
  • Jazz -- Louisiana -- New Orleans -- History and criticism.,
  • Drummers (Musicians) -- Interviews.

Edition Notes

Other titlesRagtime and beyond., Street beats.
Statementby Herlin Riley and Johnny Vidacovich ; interviews by Dan Thress ; James Black and Freddie Kohlman interview by Val Wilmer.
GenreInterviews.
SeriesDCI video transcription series
ContributionsRiley, Herlin., Vidacovich, Johnny, 1949-, Thress, Dan.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsMT662 .N48 1995, SDA 01739
The Physical Object
Pagination119 p. :
Number of Pages119
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL462716M
ISBN 100897249216
LC Control Number98181922
OCLC/WorldCa34342067

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