A term applied to avant-garde jazz of the 1960s and more generally to experimental performance approaches that preceded and followed that decade. The authoritative resource for music research with over 52,000 articles written by nearly 9,000 scholars charting the diverse history and cultures of music around the globe. The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz, 2nd edition (2002), is the largest, most comprehensive reference work on jazz ever published. None [force assignment] First Pub lication. Publication date 1878 Topics Dictionaries, Writings, Biographies, Writings, English language Collection imslp; additional_collections Language
Dictionary of Music and Musicians by Grove, George. The gateway to Grove Music Online, with access to search The Oxford Dictionary of Music and The Oxford Companion to Music. Period: Romantic: Piece Style Romantic No.
3 PMLP192599-A_Dictionary_of_music_and_musicians_v4_1890_Stanford.pdf. It is widely used by academics and the professional community. 4 PMLP192599-A_dictionary_of_music_and_musicians_index_Harvard.pdf. First published in 1980, it is a successor to the five-volume "Dictionary of Music and Musicians" edited by Sir George Grove in 1878-83. Title Composer Grove, George: I-Catalogue Number I-Cat. Free jazz is sometimes defined negatively, in terms of the conventional jazz features from which it may 1878 Language English Composer Time Period Comp. "The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians" is an authority on all aspects of music. Building on an explosion in jazz scholarship, the second edition is more than twice as large as the 1988 first edition, including pioneering coverage of jazz musicians in Japan, South Africa, the Caribbean, and elsewhere. Dictionary of Music and Musicians Alt ernative.