- Title Pages
Roth Family Foundation
OneBeing (and Becoming) John Coltrane: Listening for Jazz “Subjectivity”
TwoMusicology beyond the Score and the Performance: Making Sense of the Creak on Miles Davis's “Old Folks”
ThreeSex Mob and the Carnivalesque in Postwar Jazz
FourRace, Place, and Nostalgia after the Counterculture: Keith Jarrett and Pat Metheny on ECM
FiveRethinking Jazz Education
SixNegotiating National Identity among American Jazz Musicians in Paris
Appendix OneSample of American Jazz Musicians Born Since 1950 Who Studied Jazz at the College Level
Appendix TwoInterview Locations and Dates
- Jazz Matters
- University of California Press
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