Title, Istorija džeza. Muzika / Nolit. Authors, Džems Linkoln Kolijer, James Lincoln Collier. Translated by, Dušan Latković. Publisher, Nolit, Serijal “ISTORIJA DŽEZA” – epizoda: FEMALE JAZZ SINGERS. Public. · Hosted by Interested. clock. Friday, January 15, at PM UTC+ U okviru serijala “Istorija Džeza”, večeras pričamo o Hard Bop-u, te prikazujemo u kultne serije “JAZZ” Ken Burns-a, a muzički izbor je: Art Blakey.
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Remember me on this computer. The name field is required. A fair amount of the course will use documentary films on the history of american jazz, focusing on films by Ken Burns that are full of historical filmed excerpts along with commentary form historians, publicists and jazz musicians. Don’t have an account? Please choose whether or not you want other users to be able to see on your profile that this library is a favorite of yours. University of California Press, Ltd. Your request to send this item has been completed.
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Serijal “ISTORIJA DŽEZA” – 12. epizoda: FEMALE JAZZ SINGERS
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