Unlimited [Science Book] ✓ Keeping the Beat on the Street: The New Orleans Brass Band Renaissance - by Mick Burns ↠
Jun 27, 2019 - 06:09 AM By Mick Burns

Told in the words of the musicians themselves, Keeping the Beat on the Street celebrates the renewed passion and pageantry among black brass bands in New Orleans Mick Burns introduces the people who play the music and shares their insights, showing why New Orleans is the place where jazz continues to grow Brass bands waned during the civil rights era but revived around 1Told in the words of the musicians themselves, Keeping the Beat on the Street celebrates the renewed passion and pageantry among black brass bands in New Orleans Mick Burns introduces the people who play the music and shares their insights, showing why New Orleans is the place where jazz continues to grow Brass bands waned during the civil rights era but revived around 1970 and then flourished in the 1980s when the music became cool with the younger generation In the only book to cover this revival, Burns interviews members from a variety of bands, including the Fairview Baptist Church Brass Band, the Dirty Dozen, Tuba Fats Chosen Few, and the Rebirth Brass Band He captures their thoughts about the music, their careers, audiences, influences from rap and hip hop, the resurgence of New Orleans social and pleasure clubs and second lines, traditional versus funk style, recording deals, and touring For anyone who loves jazz and the city where it was born, Keeping the Beat on the Street is a book to savor We should be grateful to Mick Burns for undertaking the task of producing the only book to cover the subject of what he rightly calls the brass band renaissance New Orleans Music A welcome look at the history of brass bands These oral histories provide a valuable contribution to New Orleans musical history What shines through the musicians words is love of craft, love of culture New Orleans Times Picayune A seminal work about the Brass Bands of New Orleans Louisiana Libraries
  • Title: Keeping the Beat on the Street: The New Orleans Brass Band Renaissance
  • Author: Mick Burns
  • ISBN: 9780807130483
  • Page: 208
  • Format: Hardcover

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Jeff Crompton Jun 27, 2019 - 06:09 AM
The amazing hybrid brass band music of New Orleans contains elements of traditional jazz, modern jazz, R & B, funk, gospel, and Caribbean music, but it's a world unto itself, and doesn't sound like any other music. The New Orleans brass band tradition almost died out in the early 1970's, as older musicians died off and the younger ones didn't seem interested in taking their places, for the most part. This book tells the story of how that turned around - there are probably 30 or so working br [...]
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Tom Schulte Jun 27, 2019 - 06:09 AM
this is an interesting history mostly told through interviews with committed musicians and scene supporters. the rise of brass bands in the 70s and the pivotal role of The Dirty Dozen Brass Band, Rebirth Brass Band, Pinstripe, etc. becomes plain. The cultural and sociological context, such as a healthy route to direct youthful energy, also becomes clear.
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Anne Jun 27, 2019 - 06:09 AM
It's so fun and enlightening to read about the evolution of New Orleans brass band culture from the perspective of the musicians themselves. If you're a fan of this music and everything that it came from and comes from it (social aid and pleasure clubs, second line parades, etc.), this book is very enjoyable.
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Keeping the Beat on the Street: The New Orleans Brass Band Renaissance By Mick Burns Told in the words of the musicians themselves, Keeping the Beat on the Street celebrates the renewed passion and pageantry among black brass bands in New Orleans Mick Burns introduces the people who play the music and shares their insights, showing why New Orleans is the place where jazz continues to grow Brass bands waned during the civil rights era but revived around 1Told in the words of the musicians themselves, Keeping the Beat on the Street celebrates the renewed passion and pageantry among black brass bands in New Orleans Mick Burns introduces the people who play the music and shares their insights, showing why New Orleans is the place where jazz continues to grow Brass bands waned during the civil rights era but revived around 1970 and then flourished in the 1980s when the music became cool with the younger generation In the only book to cover this revival, Burns interviews members from a variety of bands, including the Fairview Baptist Church Brass Band, the Dirty Dozen, Tuba Fats Chosen Few, and the Rebirth Brass Band He captures their thoughts about the music, their careers, audiences, influences from rap and hip hop, the resurgence of New Orleans social and pleasure clubs and second lines, traditional versus funk style, recording deals, and touring For anyone who loves jazz and the city where it was born, Keeping the Beat on the Street is a book to savor We should be grateful to Mick Burns for undertaking the task of producing the only book to cover the subject of what he rightly calls the brass band renaissance New Orleans Music A welcome look at the history of brass bands These oral histories provide a valuable contribution to New Orleans musical history What shines through the musicians words is love of craft, love of culture New Orleans Times Picayune A seminal work about the Brass Bands of New Orleans Louisiana Libraries

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