The History of European Jazz - The Music, Musicians and Audience in Context - Francesco Martinelli

The History of European Jazz - The Music, Musicians and Audience in Context - Francesco Martinelli

8. Denmark

The History of European Jazz - The Music, Musicians and Audience in Context - Francesco Martinelli

Tore Mortensen [+-]
Aalborg University
Tore Mortensen is Associate Professor in the Department of Culture and Global Studies at Aalborg University.

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The early years: up to 1930; Reaction to jazz in the 1920s; The first jazz orchestras; Enlightenment and ‘what jazz is’: the 1930s; The ‘golden age’ of Danish jazz: 1940—45; Bebop and revival jazz 1946–60: first encounters with American postwar jazz; The trad jazz scene; Jazzkredsen (‘The Jazz Circle’); The Montmartre era; Some Danish musicians; Reprisen: a new generation, a new venue; The fusion scene; ‘Rhythmic music’: the national subsidization of jazz and jazz education; The Nordic connection; Rytmekons; New jazz venues; Festivals; Internationalization, globalization and the break-up of jazz as a musical genre: 1976–2000; The Jazzpar award and jazz visitors; Status update on 20 years of Danish jazz; Entering the new millennium; Jazz archives in Denmark and the Nordic Jazz Conferences; Listening guide; Bibliography; Archives; Websites; Discographies;

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Mortensen, Tore. 8. Denmark. The History of European Jazz - The Music, Musicians and Audience in Context. Equinox eBooks Publishing, United Kingdom. p. 172-193 Sep 2018. ISBN 9781781794463. https://www.equinoxpub.com/home/view-chapter/?id=33236. Date accessed: 18 Oct 2018 doi: 10.1558/equinox.33236. Sep 2018

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