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A selection of articles, reviews and literature on jazz.
The 'Articles' menu tab covers written article contributions to the site. The items vary from
  • reviews of CDs and Recorded media,
  • reviews of books,
  • reviews of published articles and sheet music,
  • interviews and articles dealing with particular performers in jazz and
  • general informatory articles aimed at helping the practising musician ('performance aspects').
    • As elsewhere on the site, contributions are invited from users on relevant subjects.
      • The Articles section is divided into 'Categories' - click on the category heading to view a summary of the items in the category.

  • Reviews (CDs and Recorded Media)  ( 17 items )
    cd_angle_100.pngThis category covers reviews of jazz material including CDs, DVDs, and other recorded material.   Reviews are not necessarily directed at the most recent releases.   If you would like to submit a review, please get in touch with us via the 'contact us' button.   Your review need not be of the artist's 'latest' material - it could be one of your favourites that you would like to tell us about....
  • Performers  ( 9 items )
    pork_pie_1_100.pngThis category selection provides access to stories, inteviews, analyses and other literature dealing with Performers in jazz.   The current material covers interviews with Sir John Dankworth and Pete Cater and a retrospective of Bill Evans.   If you would like to submit an article or an item of a relevant nature, please get in touch with us via the 'contact us' button. Tell us about your jazz.....
  • Aspects of music practice and performance  ( 4 items )
    saxHands_1_100.pngItems in this category deal with the 'nuts and bolts' of practising your music and finding outlets for your product.   Subjects covered to date are 'getting gigs', 'developing improvising skills from a 'classical' background' and 'potential physiological problems of being a practising musician'.   Contact us to make a contribution....