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Table of Contents

Editorial

Editorial: Jazz in Australasia PDF HTML
Bruce Johnson 5-22

Articles

Demons of discord down under: ‘Jump Jim Crow’ and ‘Australia’s first jazz band’ PDF HTML
John Whiteoak 23-51
Early jazz in Australia as oriental exotica PDF HTML
Aline Scott-Maxwell 52-70
Got a little rhythm? The Australian influence on swing in New Zealand during the 1930s and 1940s PDF HTML
Aleisha Ward 71-90
The reception of jazz in Adelaide and Melbourne and the creation of an Australian sound in the Angry Penguins decade PDF HTML
Bruce Clunies Ross 91-110
Cuba Street parade: Identity, authenticity and self-expression in contemporary Australasian jazz scenes PDF HTML
Nick Tipping 111-125
The lost history of jazz on early Australian popular music television PDF HTML
Liz Giuffre 126-143
Shotgun weddings and bohemian dreams: Jazz, family values and storytelling in Australian film PDF HTML
Christopher Coady 144-162
Perspectives on the Melbourne International Women's Jazz Festival PDF HTML
Louise Denson 163-181
‘A tale of five festivals’: Exploring the cultural intermediary function of Australian jazz festivals PDF HTML
Brent Keogh 182-201
‘I wouldn’t change skins with anybody’ Dulcie Pitt/Georgia Lee, a pioneering Indigenous Australian jazz, blues and community singer PDF HTML
Karl Neuenfeldt 202-222
Examining the legend and music of Australian saxophonist, Frank Smith PDF HTML
Ralph Whiteoak 223-237
Lydia in Oz: The reception of George Russell in 1960s Australia PDF HTML
Pierre-Emmanuel Seguin 238-256
Expressive identity in the voices of three Australian saxophonists: McGann, Sanders and Gorman PDF HTML
Sandy Evans 257-276
Sex and the sonic smorgasbord: The Necks—extending the ‘jazz’ piano trio format PDF HTML
Jane Galbraith 277-295



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