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Black Manhattan: Theater and Dance Music of James Reese Europe, Will Marion Cook, and Members of the Legendary Clef Club by The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra (review)

Black Manhattan: Theater and Dance Music of James Reese Europe, Will Marion Cook, and Members of... RECORDING REVIEWS Black Manhattan: Theater and Dance Music of James Reese Europe, Will Marion Cook, and Members of the Legendary Clef Club. "The Castle Perfect Trot"; "Carolina Fox Trot"; "Overture to In Dahomey"; "Deep River: Old Negro Melody"; "Sambo: A Characteristic Two Step March"; "When the Band Plays Ragtime"; "Castle House Rag"; "Smyrna: A Turkish Serenade"; "Ballin' the Jack & What it Takes to Make Me Love You--You've Got It"; "Meno D'Amour"; "Hey There! (Hi There!)"; "The Tar Heel Blues Rag"; "Congratulations"; "Strut Miss Lizzie"; "Panama: A Characteristic Novelty"; "The Clef Club March"; "Under the Bamboo Tree"; "Cocoanut Grove Jazz"; "Swing Along!" The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra. Rick Benjamin, Director. Liner notes by Rick Benjamin. 2003. New World Records 80611-2. Recent jazz history pedagogy, as well as other disciplines like film music, have witnessed an effort to reinterpret accepted historical narratives in an attempt to present a more accurate account of jazz's history "as it has never been told before."1 For instance, Alyn Shipton devotes a considerable amount of space to ragtime's trip to the city where it served as the focus of popular "syncopated orchestras," in which New York City played an important role in the developing African http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png American Music University of Illinois Press

Black Manhattan: Theater and Dance Music of James Reese Europe, Will Marion Cook, and Members of the Legendary Clef Club by The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra (review)

American Music , Volume 31 (3) – Mar 14, 2013

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RECORDING REVIEWS Black Manhattan: Theater and Dance Music of James Reese Europe, Will Marion Cook, and Members of the Legendary Clef Club. "The Castle Perfect Trot"; "Carolina Fox Trot"; "Overture to In Dahomey"; "Deep River: Old Negro Melody"; "Sambo: A Characteristic Two Step March"; "When the Band Plays Ragtime"; "Castle House Rag"; "Smyrna: A Turkish Serenade"; "Ballin' the Jack & What it Takes to Make Me Love You--You've Got It"; "Meno D'Amour"; "Hey There! (Hi There!)"; "The Tar Heel Blues Rag"; "Congratulations"; "Strut Miss Lizzie"; "Panama: A Characteristic Novelty"; "The Clef Club March"; "Under the Bamboo Tree"; "Cocoanut Grove Jazz"; "Swing Along!" The Paragon Ragtime Orchestra. Rick Benjamin, Director. Liner notes by Rick Benjamin. 2003. New World Records 80611-2. Recent jazz history pedagogy, as well as other disciplines like film music, have witnessed an effort to reinterpret accepted historical narratives in an attempt to present a more accurate account of jazz's history "as it has never been told before."1 For instance, Alyn Shipton devotes a considerable amount of space to ragtime's trip to the city where it served as the focus of popular "syncopated orchestras," in which New York City played an important role in the developing African

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Published: Mar 14, 2013

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