modal jazz

The Value of the Traditional and the Progressive in Jazz Development

Recently, two important syntheses on European jazz have been published: Eurojazzland:Jazz and European Sources, Dynamics, and Contexts by Luca Cerchiari, Laurent Cugny and Franz Kerschbaumer (2012); and Jazz behind the Iron Curtain by Gertrud Pickhan and Rüdiger Ritter (2009). The publications show the division of European jazz scenes between east and west, and they also […]

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The Value of the Traditional and the Progressive in Jazz Development

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Gabriel Jonáš, Slovak Jazz Pianist

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The Emergence of the Nordic Concept as a Precursor of Emancipation and Slovak-Scandinavian Relations (1950 – 1970)

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Gabriel Jonáš, Slovak Jazz Pianist

Gabriel Jonáš is a leading Slovak jazz musician. He has made major contributions in shaping the Slovak and Czech jazz scene since the 1970s. The paper focuses on Jonáš’ most significant artistic, compositional and performing activities from jazzrock through to fusion music, and into modal mainstream. Using sheet music transcripitons and recordings, the author demonstrates […]

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