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Jazz Changes$
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Martin Williams

Print publication date: 1993

Print ISBN-13: 9780195083491

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: October 2011

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195083491.001.0001

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Recognition, Prestige, and Respect: They're Academic Questions

Recognition, Prestige, and Respect: They're Academic Questions

(p.296) Recognition, Prestige, and Respect: They're Academic Questions
Jazz Changes

Williams Martin

Oxford University Press

Musicians, reviewers, historians, fans, journalists have a favourite pastime in jazz. When they get together, the conversation will sooner or later lead to laments that jazz is misunderstood, it does not have respect, and the prestige. It will also lead to complaining that established classical critics, mostly music educators not only don't know the music and don't listen to it, but are apathetic of its very history and of the concerns and intentions of its musicians. All must show that they are certainly serious about jazz music as a contribution to world music and culture.

Keywords:   respect, prestige, jazz music, critics, educators, history, world music

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