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Author Portugali, Adiel, author.

Title Jazz in contemporary China : shifting sounds, rising scenes / Adiel Portugali.

Publication Info. New York : Routledge, Taylor & Francis Group, 2023.
©2023

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Description xiii, 193 pages : illustrations (black and white) ; 24 cm.
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volume nc rdacarrier
Series Transnational studies in jazz
Transnational studies in jazz.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references (pages 171-180) and index.
Contents Beijing Jazz : A Center Within the Margins. The Jazz Pioneers ; A Rising Scene ; Festivals ; Jazz Studies -- Jazz Politics. Jazz and the State ; Jazz and Protest ; Jazz and the Industry -- Shanghai Jazz : The Cosmopolitan Scene. Reviving the Scene ; Internal Expansions ; The International Shift ; The Voice of Shanghai -- Cultural Politics, Identity, and Myth. Made in China ; Cultural Dispositions ; Sounds of Identity ; Forward to the Past -- Nanjing Jazz & the Case of Suzhou : A Scene Behind the Wall. Looking for a Festival ; Jazz in-Between ; The Case of Suzhou -- Chengdu Jazz : Hybrid Affiliations and Ma Laoban ; A Rising (Secondary) Scene ; Living Jazz ; Place and Identity -- Kunming Jazz : Tracing the Exotic. Ethnic Vibes ; Jazz Realities ; Play it Renao -- On the Spatial Diffusion and Dynamics of Chinese Jazz. Negotiating Space and Time ; From Formation to Expansion ; Spatial Interventions ; Creation and Innovation -- Concluding Notes : Trends of Creativity and Individuality.
Summary "Based on interviews, conversations, and observations during extensive field research, Jazz in Contemporary China: Shifting Sounds, Rising Scenes focuses on contemporary Chinese jazz developments, activities and scenes. It negotiates socio-political, cultural and spatial phenomena associated with Chinese jazz, and provides new insights for understanding China's modern history, society, culture and music. It uniquely examines contemporary Chinese jazz from within, unveiling the insider's view perspective of musicians and individuals engaged in Chinese jazz happenings, thus revealing the way this music generates, as well as disseminates, practices of creativity and individuality in 21st century China"-- Provided by publisher.
Subject Jazz -- China -- History and criticism.
Jazz musicians -- China -- Interviews.
Jazz -- Political aspects -- China.
Music -- China -- Western influences.
China -- Social life and customs.
ISBN 9780367277383 hardcover
0367277387 hardcover
9780367277376 paperback
0367277379 paperback

 
    
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