Lost Chords:White Musicians And Their Contributions To Jazz [SIGNED]
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Lost Chords:White Musicians And Their Contributions To Jazz  [SIGNED]
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Oxford University Press, New York, 1999, First Printing with complete number line. SIGNED and inscribed in year of publication, to the front free endpaper, with the authorís usual "RMS". Quarter grey cloth over cream boards, mild shelf wear, spine ends are lightly compressed, else near fine; In an about near fine dust jacket, unclipped, light creasing to spine and spine ends. A massive and controversial history of the contributions made to jazz by white musicians between 1915-45, winner of the 2000 Ascap-Deems Taylor Special Citation For Excellence in music writing; by the late Dick Sudhalter, traditional jazz cornetist and biographer of Bix Beiderbecke and Hoagy Carmichael. Uncommon signed copy. J2323

Lost Chords:White Musicians And Their Contributions To Jazz  [SIGNED]
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Lost Chords:White Musicians And Their Contributions To Jazz  [SIGNED]
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Lost Chords:White Musicians And Their Contributions To Jazz  [SIGNED]
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Lost Chords:White Musicians And Their Contributions To Jazz  [SIGNED]
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Lost Chords:White Musicians And Their Contributions To Jazz  [SIGNED]
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