[Dixielandjazz] Musical Quote
drjz at bealenet.com
Tue Mar 22 08:48:47 PST 2005
Thank you for your suggestion about using the Inter Library Loan (ILL)
progam. It is certainly a wonderful source of books that are out of print or
too expensive to consider owning. Occasionally the ILL librarians have been
able to locate what I want in a nearby state, college, or university library
which means that I haven't had to wait for a week or more for the volume to
be mailed. Along those lines, Scarecrow Press and Greenwood Press publish a
lot of jazz books that are almost all prohibitively costly. Regards.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Charles Suhor" <csuhor at zebra.net>
To: <TCASHWIGG at aol.com>
Cc: <dixielandjazz at ml.islandnet.com>
Sent: Monday, March 21, 2005 3:25 PM
Subject: Re: [Dixielandjazz] Musical Quote
> Sad & funny stuff. Want more? Someone on the list recommended to me Karl
> Koenig's Jazz in Print (1856-1929): An Anthology of Selected Early
> Readings in Jazz History. It's filled with debates about (mostly bashings
> of) ragtime, with ample confusion after 1917 of ragtime, jazz, and other
> popular musics. You can buy this very fat book but I got it on
> interlibrary loan, a gold mine in the U.S. for getting books that aren't
> stocked in your library's shelves, that you can't afford, that you'd like
> to read but not own, etc. Here in Montgomery, Ala., I've borrowed dozens
> of offbeat books that way and the librarians are thrilled, if curious,
> that an old guy would be requesting arcane books on jazz and collections
> by poets with funny names.
> Charlie Suhor
> On Mar 21, 2005, at 1:57 PM, TCASHWIGG at aol.com wrote:
>> In a message dated 3/21/05 11:49:11 AM Pacific Standard Time,
>> barbonestreet at earthlink.net writes:
>>> "Is ragtime a crime? Does it keep the public from buying good music?
>>> more songs and piano pieces by MacDowell be bought if there were fewer
>>> compositions by Irving Berlin for sale?" (Musical Courier, 1916)
>> Hummm: appears not, But then again on some bandstands in my era it seemed
>> like ragtime was a crime. I have not seen anyone releasing the Great
>> songbook reissues yet, but then again perhaps I missed it as well as the
>> of life prior to 1944.
>> Damned, Berlin,!
>> I have also been trying but not succeeding to miss the Rap era as well.
>> Anybody on the list got any Rap Charts for sale?
>> Cheers, :>) VBG
>> Tom Wiggins
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