[Dixielandjazz] Wolpe and the Bauhaus
tubaman at batnet.com
Wed May 28 10:31:40 PDT 2003
Just speaking out of my fish (or is that a hat?) I could see where the
early Dadaists would relate well to jazz. Both developed at about the
same time in the first part of the 20th century. As "anti-intellectual
"intellectual" artists" and creating spontaneous creations I am sure
they embraced the concept of "lower class" Blacks making improvised
"primitive jungle music." My art history classes were many years ago
but i do recall reading about the association of dada and early jazz.
I did a quick Google search on "Dada jazz" and found many hits.
I am guessing that the Bauhaus theories would apply more to
"Neo-classic" or "serious" compositions, not as much to traditional
On Wednesday, May 28, 2003, at 06:31 US/Pacific, Bobolink7736 at aol.com
> In a message dated 5/28/03 7:59:59 AM, a.crouch at unsw.edu.au writes:
> What, pray tell, are Bauhaus principles and how do they impact on a
> Just how would Dadaism affect music composition or performance?
> Speaking of didacticism, maybe you could be more didactic, Anton.
> Thank you,
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