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Document Type:Latin Dissertation
Language of Document:English
Record Number:55154
Doc. No:TL25108
Call number:‭3265420‬
Main Entry:Benjamin Thomas
Title & Author:The development of Cal Tjader's Latin jazz vibraphone styleBenjamin Thomas
College:University of Washington
Date:2007
Degree:D.M.A.
student score:2007
Page No:90
Abstract:The recordings and performances of Cal Tjader in the 1950s and 1960s made him one of the leaders of the Latin Jazz movement. Though he would eventually be known for his interpretations of a wide range of Latin American musics, it was the mambos, cha-chas and other Cuban styles of Machito and Tito Puente that first captured his interest in 1953. This paper analyzes how Tjader developed as an improviser in the Latin Jazz style by utilizing profound understandings of both American jazz and Latin music. Chapter I outlines Tjader's early musical career and his discovery of Latin music. Chapter II examines the elements that Tjader incorporated in his playing during the first five years of his recording as a bandleader. Chapter III focuses on one particular recording, "A Night in Tunisia" from Tjader's Monterey Concerts and shows how he blended the elements from Chapter II into a mature musical style. The appendices include transcriptions and a discography.
Subject:Communication and the arts; Jazz; Latin jazz; Tjader, Cal; Vibraphone; Music; 0413:Music
Added Entry:T. Collier
Added Entry:University of Washington