Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on June 30, 1973 · Page 78
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 78

Phoenix, Arizona
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Saturday, June 30, 1973
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r AIL EDITIONS Old and new big bands and singers in Jazz Festival LEDBETTER ork Times Service • ( 'Jazz,'< remarked ^the disc jockey, Gerry Bletfsoe, last summer, "Is our greatest music, but it doeCR'ttget played beeatfce it isn't" popblar enough; and it's not'tbfjfllar because it doesn't get played." Fortunately tor New York ^sfilehTiF and visitors, Jazfe ; will «bO , played intensively, '„ And j»t8J5£e will be plenty)fof • opportunities to hear themu- 'sic many; consider this coun-' ;• try's only original art form.' $ Normally eclipsed by loud •'"• rock sounds, watered down by '/pop groups, stigmatized by t cults and generally overlooked when accolades and ;> money are being passed out, "• jazz will come into its own as /•• the richly diverse music it is. „. „ - will be enor- < mous, from the old big bands ''• to the*4KW big bands, from •the old "singers to the new «' ! ; singej&jErom the well-known > giants;to^would be giants. •', Dixieland to swing tomod- «rnT<Tavant-garde will have their Cl fdherents and there will; be many performers not so easily categorized. . In content, much of the jazz 'to be performed will not be new, some of the music pre- sentfld,^will not be jazz and ; thi4££pl be the inevitable fakeiyrGompromisirig, postur- \ztij$8S5& instantly inane nos- talgj^fliat attend any large . gathering' of artists and imita- cians of every pos- style and philo- expressed their this 10-day show- tisplay their interpre- the music so full with the joy and life. selective and ad- r o u s listener should an unprecedented »PIANO SERIES BEGINS NEWiyORK (AP) -.Anew subscription series at Alice Tully Hall, beginning in October, will be titled "The Twen- tietti*£enjury Piano." series, ; which will en- braicew solo 'piano repertorie from" Ijferg, Schoenberg and Webern; through Berio, Cage and Stockhausen, will comprise fo'ur Tuesday evening French* pianist Marie-Fran- will be palying for .the first IUITIY HALL JONES COMEDIAN EXTRAORDINARY!! Motovtr, No Min, Dlnntra Strvi4 SSaOI.VanBwren. 27S-7848 chance to hear the past, present and future of jazz. "This week-and'a-hatf will provide more musicians more exposure and more fans more jazz than either could usually get in a year," .said Juma Sultan, a percussionist-organizer of the New York Musicians Five Boroughs Jazz Festival, recently. the Newport Jazz Festival in New York and the New York Musicians' Five Boroughs Festival are the major components in the jazz del' uge, for they produce the major Shows in the well-known and easily accessible auditoriums and stadiums that draw most fans. But equally as'important are the performances in the jazz clubs around town and those in the small studios and lofts that many musicians call home as well as workshops open to the pUblic. "The fan who stays in midtown Manhattan won't get to see or hear the unknown," said Rashied AH, the former drummer for John Coltrane 'and Sonny Rollins who is-critical of the Five Boroughs Festival for playing in midtown with Newport. "They should follow the example of the Europeans and Japanese last year who would jump into cabs after midnight when the big shows were over and find places where the new jazz is created until wee hours." What these searchers can expect to find lit Soho, the Lower East Side, parts of Brooklyn, and the East and West Village are groups of predominantly black and Latin musicians who have worked at their craft while the music they love has had to survive in the shadow of pop-rock and subsidized classical music. These men and women consistently attempt to play music that strains conventions and provokes throughts. Often they experiment with rythms and chords that infuriate listeners with preconceived notions of jazz as only finger- popping,-toe-tapping music. 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