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Vol. 5.1/5.2 (2011)

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Table of Contents


Introduction: The collective problem in jazz PDF
Nicholas Gebhardt 5-20


'Complaining time is over': Network and collective strategies of the New York Musicians Organization PDF
Michael C. Heller 21-41
‘The revolution never ended’: The cultural politics of a creative-music collective in New York City PDF
Scott Currie 43-65
Remixing jazz culture: Musical hybridity and collectivity in the New Europe PDF
Kristin McGee 67-88
The collective organization of contemporary jazz musicians in the UK PDF
Tim Wall , Simon Barber 89-112
San Francisco State University's Music Federation: A local jazz cooperative for teachers PDF
Meredith Morgan Eliassen 113-122
Common ground: 1970s improvised music as part of a cross-genre Dutch ensemble culture PDF
Loes Rusch 123-141
Ett minne för livet: A Swedish music collective PDF
Alf Arvidsson , Jörgen Adolfsson 142-152
Collectives, a socio-economic, political and aesthetic phenomenon: The example of the Association à la Recherche d'un Folklore Imaginaire PDF
Chloé Meyzie 153-165
Wonderbrass: A South Wales jazz collective PDF
Rob Smith 166-175
JazzWerkstatt: A young Austrian jazz initiative PDF
Christa Bruckner-Haring , Michael Kahr 176-186
Making ourselves heard: From a ‘Field of Dreams’ to building a collective voice PDF
Petter Frost Fadnes 187-199
The Kitchen Orchestra Online: Digital mediation and collective practice PDF
Andrew Dubber 200-210

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