Remixing European Jazz CultureMcGee, K., 2020, London: Routledge. 258 p. (Transnational Studies in Jazz)
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Remixing European Jazz Culture examines a jazz culture that emerged in the 1990s in cosmopolitan cities like Amsterdam, Rotterdam, Berlin, London, and Oslo – energised by the introduction of studio technologies into the live performance space, which has since developed into internationally recognised, eclectic, hybrid jazz styles. This book explores these oft-overlooked musicians and their forms that have nonetheless expanded the plane of jazz’s continued prosperity, popularity, and revitalisation in the twenty-first century – one where remix is no longer the sole domain of studio producers.
|Place of Publication||London|
|Number of pages||258|
|ISBN (Print)||9781138585492, 9781138585485|
|Publication status||Published - 2020|
|Name||Transnational Studies in Jazz|