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eBook Tristesse de St.Louis: Swing Under the Nazis epub
  • ISBN: 0704324202
  • Author: Mike Zwerin
  • Genre: Photography
  • Subcategory: Music
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Quartet Books; First Paperback Edition edition (October 1, 1985)
  • Pages: 224 pages
  • ePUB size: 1357 kb
  • FB2 size 1374 kb
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For a brief time in a Europe threatened and then occupied by Nazi Germany, jazz was heard as ubiquitously as rock .

For a brief time in a Europe threatened and then occupied by Nazi Germany, jazz was heard as ubiquitously as rock ' n' roll is today.

1 La Tristesse de Saint Louis: Swing Under the Nazis. 2 Selected discography. Zwerin's lasting claim to fame, however, is, perhaps, not his trombone playing but his book La Tristesse de Saint Louis: Swing Under the Nazis (1985). Zwerin's lasting claim to fame, however, is, perhaps, not his trombone playing but his book La Tristesse de Saint Louis: Swing Under the Nazis (1985) Zwerin issued an expanded version of La Tristesse de Saint Louis as Swing Under the Nazis in 2000. Selected discography.

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Mike Zwerin has been the pop music critic for the International Herald-Tribune in Paris for twenty years. A professional trombonist, he has recorded with Miles Davis, John Lewis, and Eric Dolphy. Consequently, the time line jumps back and forth from the 1930s and 40s to the 1980s, often with confusing transitions, or none at all.

La Tristesse de Saint Louis: Swing Under the Nazis, Chapter. 4, 1985, Dictionary of Quotations, Chambers: Edinburgh, ., 2005, p. 937.

Mike Zwerin (May 18, 1930 – April 2, 2010) was an American cool jazz musician and author. The is no valid motivation for it other than love– outlaw motivation in a profit-motivated society. La Tristesse de Saint Louis: Swing Under the Nazis, Chapter.

Zwerin's lasting claim to fame, however, is, perhaps, not his trombone playing but his book La Tristesse de Saint Louis: Swing Under the Nazis (1985).

Zwerin's lasting claim to fame, however, is, perhaps, not his trombone playing but his book La Tristesse de Saint Louis: Swing Under the Nazis (1985) Zwerin issued an expanded version of La Tristesse de Saint Louis as Swing Under the Nazis in 2. .

ZWERIN, MIKE (Author) Quartet (Publisher). Swing Under The Nazis - The Clandestine Recordings of The Frankfurt Hot Club, 1941-1944. Sur les traces de la Grande Guerre dans la région de Saint-Quentin. Le 8eme Bataillon . Bataillon de la Sarthe Demenois) a la poche de Saint-Nazaire. How has war in the air changed over time? KS3-4.

Comments: (2)
BeatHoWin
I enjoyed the book. As a gypsy swing guitarist, as well as a pretty avid student of Western European history, I've always been fascinated with music in the leadup, and following through, WWII; the "Golden Age of Jazz." He's a good writer, and lots of colors in the details he provides, many things unknown to me. My only reservation is the strength with which he imbues the rise of Nazism with ensuring the success of jazz in occupied Europe. The conclusion, "...and so it came to pass that a devil named Joseph Goebbels was the most powerful angel jazz ever had, but the gold turned to dust when the devil died and the love died with the hate..." is wildly overreaching.

And, a more minor quibble (because not everyone likes D. Reinhardt, his music, or all "eras" of his music), a few paragraphs earlier: Returning to Paris he [Reinhardt] played in the caves of St. Germain, tried to master the electric guitar and bebop - and then he died in Samois." Is, if his conclusions on Nazism and jazz are overreaching, wildly dismissive. A fair bit more took place between Django's return to Europe and his death in 1953.
Low_Skill_But_Happy_Deagle
I read this and learned a huge amount as well as enjoying it. Really quirky style, too.
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