Photographs from the Golden Age of Jazz
The William P. Gottlieb Collection, comprising over sixteen hundred photographs of celebrated jazz artists, documents the jazz scene from 1938 to 1948, primarily in New York City and Washington, D.C.
Many thanks to the Library of Congress.
Center-Armstrong Jazz Oral History Project Clips
This page, brought to you by the New York Public Library,
features video clips of all the "heavies" talking about Louis
Armstrong and his important contribution to jazz and 20th century
The Jazz Discography Project
This site lists the complete recorded output of 51 major jazz figures. Our friends in Japan also have complete catalogs for 10 record companies including Blue Note, Prestige, and Riverside.
Jazz at Lincoln
You don't always have to sit in a smoky club to listen to
jazz. Why not a concert hall? Here you'll find a listing of
concerts and special events for all ages.
Learn how to teach jazz (but first learn how to play it).
The International Association of Jazz Educators is a neat site
with some full text articles from their current trade journal.
You'll also find links to other jazz education pages and details
for their next convention.
A really great radio station from the jazz capital of the world-- New York (actually located in Newark, NJ). You may listen to it anywhere
in the world via your computer.
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