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Ekkehard Jost (Hg.): Darmstädter Jazzforum 89. Beiträge zur Jazzforschung

Hofheim 1990 (Wolke Verlag), 237 Seiten, ISBN 3-923997-40-X, 19 €

1989_darmstaedter-jazzforumBeim 1. Darmstädter Jazzforum trafen sich im Dezember 1989 Jazzforscher aus ganz Deutschland zu einem informellen, inhaltlich noch bunt-gemischten Symposium.

Die Beiträge:

  • Bert Noglik: Improvisierte Musik in der Folge des Free Jazz
  • Jürg Solothurnmann: Die aktuelle Situation des Jazz und der improvisierten Musik
  • Hans Kumpf: Sowjetischer Jazz
  • Klaus Scheuer: Zur Improvisationsweise Bix Beiderbeckes
  • Wolfram Knauer: Die Entwicklung des Jazz zwischen Bebop und Free Jazz
  • Ekkehard Jost: Cecil Taylor – Solo
  • Günter Sommer: Die Jazzszene in der DDR
  • Dieter Glawischnig: Eine Gemeinschaftsproduktion mit Ernst Jandl
  • Bernd Konrad: Probleme der Jazzpädagogik
  • Ludolf Kuchenbuch: “Notation” im Amateurjazz der 60er und 70er Jahre
  • Wolfgang Schickhaus: Das Phänomen Swing
  • Peter Niklas Wilson: Syntax und Ästhetik der Musik Ornette Colemans
  • Herbert Hellhund: Einige Strukturprinzipien improvisierter Avantgardemusik

Wolfram Knauer (Hg.): Jazz und Komposition. Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung, Bd. 2

Hofheim 1992 (Wolke Verlag), 225 Seiten, ISBN 3-923997-41-8, 19 €

1991_jazz-und-kompositionBeim 2. Darmstädter Jazzforum ging es um unterschiedlichste Konzepte jazzmusikalischen Komponierens.

Die Beiträge:

  • J. Bradford Robinson: “Jazz”-Rezeption in der Weimarer Periode
  • Hans Ulrich Engelmann: Hans Ulrich Engelmann und der Jazz
  • Lutz Neitzert: Über das problematische Verhältnis der bürgerlichen Musikkultur zu improvisierter Musik
  • Gerhard Putschögl: John Coltrane. Strukturelle Organisation als orale Komposition
  • Wolfram Knauer: Charles Mingus. Jazzkomposition nach Ellington
  • Peter Niklas Wilson: Musikalische Systemphilosophie nach ihrem Ende. Anthony Braxtons musikalische Metaphysik
  • Ekkehard Jost: Typen jazzmusikalischer Komposition
  • Ran Blake: Third Stream – Vorrang des Ohrs
  • Hermann Keller: Komplexe Vorgänge – einfache Grundlagen. Was vom kompositorischen Handwerk in meine Improvisationen eingeht
  • Ulrich Kurth: Zur Rolle der Streichinstrumente. Kompositionen von Tony Oxley, Peter Herborn und Mark Dresser
  • Bert Noglik: Komposition und Improvisation. Anmerkungen zu einem spannungsreichen Verhältnis

Wolfram Knauer (Hg.): Jazz in Europa. Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung, Bd. 3

Hofheim 1994 (Wolke Verlag), 261 Seiten, ISBN 3-923997-42-6, 19 €

1993_jazz-in-europaDas 3. Darmstädter Jazzforum versuchte eine Rundreise mit allgemeinen genauso wie mit ganz speziellen Beiträgen zum europäischen Jazz.

Die Beiträge:

  • Marko Paysan: Transatlantic Rhythm. Jazzkontakte zwischen Deutschland und den USA vor 1945
  • Erik Wiedemann: Jazz in Dänemark 1933 bis 1945
  • Kees Wouters: Von den Wandervögeln zum Wanderers Hotclub
  • Theo Mäusli: Jazz und Geistige Landesverteidigun. Zur Rezeption des Jazz in der Schweiz der Jahre 1933 bis 1945
  • Walter Ojakäär: Jazz in Estland. Hoffnungen und Wirklichkeit
  • Virgil Mihaiu: Entwicklung und Probleme des Jazz in Rumänien 1965 bis 1993
  • Lubomir Doruzka: Jazz in der Tschechoslowakei 1945 bis 1993
  • Bert Noglik: Osteuropäischer Jazz im Umbruch der Verhältnisse. Vom Wandel der Sinne im Prozeß gesellschaftlicher Veränderungen
  • Misha Mengelberg: Misha Mengelberg spricht über seine Musik
  • Wolfram Knauer: “Musicianer”, oder: Der Jazzmusiker als Musikant. Anmerkungen zum Verhältnis von Jazz und Folklore
  • Jürg Solothurnmann: Die Alpine Jazz Herd. Zeitgenössischer Jazz und natonale Folklore, paßt das zusammen?
  • Erik Kjellberg: “Old Folklore in Swedish Modern”. Zum Thema Volksmusik und Jazz in Schweden
  • Ekkehard Jost: Über das Europäische im europäischen Jazz

Wolfram Knauer (Hg.): Jazz in Deutschland. Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung, Bd. 4

Hofheim 1996 (Wolke Verlag), 287 Seiten, ISBN 3-923997-70-1, 19 €

1995_jazz-in-deutschlandBeim 4. Darmstädter Jazzforum wurde der deutsche Jazz thematisiert: von den 30er Jahren bis in die Gegenwart.

Die Beiträge:

  • Horst Bergmeier & Rainer Lotz: Charlie and his Orchestra. Ein obskures Kapitel der deutschen Jazzgeschichte
  • Guido Fackler: Jazz im KZ. Ein Forschungsbericht
  • Bernd Hoffmann: Die “Mitteilungen”. Anmerkungen zu einer “verbotenen Fanpostille”; Die “Mitteilungen (Reproduktion)
  • Wolfram Knauer: Emanzipation wovon? Zum Verhältnis des amerikanischen und des deutschen Jazz in den 50er und 60er Jahren
  • Musikergespräch mit Michael Naura: Es war ein lustiges Völkchen
  • Komponistengespräch mit Klaus König: Reviews (A Revue for Frank Zappa)
  • Bert Noglik: Hürdenlauf zum freien Spiel. Ein Rückblick auf den Jazz der DDR
  • Ernst Ludwig Pettrowsky & Uschi Brüning: Gednaken eines Menschen aus Güstrow, der zwischen Nazi-Märschen, Stalin-Panzern und FDJ-Liedern der Faszination des Jazz erlag
  • Ulrich Kurth: “Kurze Geschichten”. Die 90er Jahre
  • Joachim Ernst Berendt: Wandel und Widerstand

Wolfram Knauer (Hg.): Jazz und Sprache, Sprache und Jazz. Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung, Bd. 5

Hofheim 1998 (Wolke Verlag), 189 Seiten, ISBN 3-923997-79-5, 19 €

1997_jazz-und-spracheBeim 5. Darmstädter Jazzforum im Oktober 1997 ging es um den Einfluß des Jazz auf die Literatur, um den Einfluß von Literatur und Literaturästhetik auf das Verständnis des Jazz, um Lyrik-und-Jazz-Projekte in den USA wie in Europa, um die Umsetzung sprachlich-literarischer Vorlagen im kleinen wie im großen Umfang, um die Sprachlichkeit oder Sprachähnlichkeit von Jazznimprovisation, um Bezüge zwischen dem Sprechen über Musik (also: Jazzkritik) und der Musik selbst.

Die Beiträge:

  • Wolfram Knauer: Jazz – Sprache – Lyrik – Kritik. Einige grundsätzliche Anmerkungen
  • Stephan Richter: Magic Books and a Jam Session. Das Spannungsfeld von Literatur, Literaturtheorie und Jazz
  • Heinz Steinert: “… und in dem allen ist der Gestus von Musik der Stimme entlehnt, die redet.” Über das komplexe Arbeitsbündnis des Genres “Jazz und Lyrik”
  • Ernst Jandl & Dieter Glawischnig: ….. ‘texte und Jazz’ …..
  • Mike Westbrook: The Westbrook Song Book
  • Ekkehard Jost: Zum Sprachcharakter von Musik im allgemeinen und Jazz im speziellen
  • Hans Ulrich Engelmann: Zur szenischen Kantate “Die Mauer”
  • Wolfram Knauer: From Ellington to Malcolm X. Vom Umgang mit Texten/Libretti im Jazz
  • George Gruntz: Jazz – Was für ein Theater?
  • Christian Broecking: Viel Lärm um große Worte. Auch fiese Sätze können swingen. Wynton Marsalis und die Verbalisierung des Jazz in den 90er Jahren

Wolfram Knauer (Hg.): Duke Ellington und die Folgen. Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung, Bd. 6

Hofheim 2000 (Wolke Verlag), 276 Seiten, ISBN 3-923997-91-4, 19 €

1999_duke-ellingtonDas 6. Darmstädter Jazzforum widmete sich erstmals einem einzelnen Musiker. Aus Anlaß seines 100. Geburtstages beschäftigten sich die referate und Konzerte im September/Oktober 1999 mit der Musik des Pianisten, Komponisten ujnd Bandleaders Edward Kennedy “Duke” Ellington. Ellington ist eine der wenigen stilübergreifenden Persönlichkeiten der Jazzgeschichte, wa auf Musiker der 20er und 30er Jahre genauso einflußreich wie auf solche der 60er bis 90er Jahre. Die referate des Darmstädter Jazzforums untersuchen ganz unterschiedliche Aspekte in Ellingtons Schaffen. Es geht um seine Rolle als Komponist, Arrangeur und Pianist, um seinen Einfluß auf die band-eigenen sowie viele nachfolgende Musiker, um seine Ästhetik und um die Rezeption seiner Konzerte in Deutschland. Die Vielfalt der Ansätze ztwischen musikalischer Analyse und musikästhetischer Betrachtung läßt bekannte wie weniger bekannte Seiten seines Schaffens in neuem Licht erscheinen.

Die Beiträge:

  • Wolfram Knauer: “Each Man Prays In His Own Language…” Duke Ellington und seine Welt
  • Wolfram Knauer: “Reminiscing in Tempo”. Tradition und musikästhetische Ideale in Ellingtons kompositorischem OEuvre
  • Bernd Hoffmann: “Zugunsten der deutschen Jugend”. Zur Rezeption afro-amerikanischer Musik in der Nachkriegszeit
  • Peter Niklas Wilson: “Money Jungle”. Fäden eines Beziehungsnetzes
  • Ekkehard Jost: “Open Letter to Duke”. Was Charles Mingus an Duke Ellington schrieb
  • Franz Krieger: “Piano in the Foreground?”. Zum Klavierstil Duke Ellingtons
  • Günter Lenz: “Die kulturelle Dynamik der afroamerikanischen Musik”. Duke Ellingtons Kulturbegriff und seine Bedeutung in der afro-amerikanischen Literatur
  • Bill Dobbins: “Mood Indigo”. Die harmonische Sprache Duke Ellingtons
  • Walter van de Leur: “Scores of Scores”. Einige Anmerkungen zu Manuscripten der Billy-Strayhorn- und Duke-Ellington-Sammlungen in den USA

Martin Pfleiderer: “Far East of the Blues”. Ellington und Weltmusik


Wolfram Knauer (Hg.): Jazz und Gesellschaft. Sozialgeschichtliche Aspekte des Jazz. Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung, Bd. 7

Hofheim 2002 (Wolke Verlag), 304 Seiten, ISBN 3-936000-01-8, 19 €

2003_jazz-und-gesellschaftDer Jazz war immer eine gesellschaftlich relevante Musik. Er hat das 20. Jahrhundert begleitet wie keine andere Musikrichtung, stand für kulturelle Entwicklungen, die auch auf anderen Gebieten von Bedeutung waren: den Wandel vom Euro- zum Amerikazentrismus, die Einführung neuer Medien zur massenkulturellen Verwertung, den Vorrang von Interpretation vor Komposition und individuellem Sound vor klassischem Klangideal. Um die unterschiedlichsten Aspekte der gegenseitigen Einflüsse von Jazzmusik und Gesellschaft, um die Lebensumstände der Musiker in den USA wie in Europa, um musikästhetische Fragen, um den Themenkreis Jazz und Kritik, um eine kritische Bestandsaufnahme soziologischer Forschungen zum Jazz und dergleichen mehr ging es beim 7. Darmstädter Jazzforum, dessen Referate in diesem Band zusammengefasst sind. Das 7. Darmstädter Jazzforum fand gerade mal zwei Wochen nach dem 11. September 2001 statt. Seine Beiträge über die soziale Relevanz von Kunst erhalten dadurch besondere Aktualität.

Die Beiträge:

  • Ralf-Peter Fuchs: Neue Menschen und Kultur der Moderne. Der Jazz und sein Publikum in der deutschen Nachkriegspresse 1945 – 1953
  • Christian Broecking: Adorno versus Berendt revisited. Was bleibt von der Kontroverse im Merkur 1953?
  • Tobias Richtsteig: Jazz und Zahlen. www.jazzpublikum.de – Sozialpsychologische Basisdaten im Zeitvergleich. Ein Forschungsbericht
  • Wolfram Knauer: “Wegweiser Jazz“. Anmerkungen zum Zustand der deutschen Jazzszene
  • Heinz Steinert: Musik und Lebensweise. Warum und wie sich Jazz-Musik eignet, eine soziale Position zu markieren
  • Wolfgang Sandner: Verbaler Impressionismus, wohlmeinende Apologie. Probleme der Jazzkritik
  • Ursel Schlicht: Individuelle Musik auf Jazzbasis. Arbeitsbedingungen und Ausdrucksformen von Musikerinnen in Hamburg und New York
  • Lewis A. Erenberg: Swing Left. Linke Politik und Bigband-Jazz in der Zeit des New-Deal
  • Ingrid Monson: Über Jazz, Geschichte und soziale Theorie. Theoretische Hintergründe der “Freedom Sounds“
  • George E. Lewis: “Gittin’ to know y’all“. Von improvisierter Musik, vom Treffen der Kulturen und von der “racial imagination“
  • Mike Heffley: Vom Anarchischen zum Archaischen. Zur Theorie der freienImprovisation
  • Peter Niklas Wilson: Von der sozialen Irrelevanz improvisierter Musik
  • Ekkehard Jost: Reflexionen über die Soziologie des Jazz

Wolfram Knauer (Hg.): improvisieren… Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung, Bd. 8

Hofheim 2004 (Wolke Verlag), 248 Seiten, ISBN 3-936000-02-6, 19,- €

2001_improvisieren… keine Definition des Jazz wird um diesen Eingangssatz herumkommen. Viele andere Momente spielen eine wichtige Rolle – swing, drive, Instrumentation, spezifische Soundcharakteristika – aber wo zu verschiedenen Zeiten all solche Parameter Schwankungen unterworfen, wechselbar waren, da bleibt die Improvisation sicheres Kontinuum in der Geschichte dieser Musik. Ein großartiger Musiker ist sicher auch, wer gut zu swingen vermag, an erster Stelle aber steht die Fähigkeit, in der Improvisation eine „gute Geschichte“ erzählen zu können. Die Improvisation wurde so sehr zum zentralen Merkmal des Jazz, dass die beiden fast synonym schienen: Wenn sich in den USA oder Europa ab den 1960er Jahren jemand als „improvising musician“, als „improvisierender Musiker“ bezeichnete, so erhielt er sicher in der Regel die Antwort, „Ach ja, Jazz!“ Solche Gleichsetzung zeigt nur, dass die Musikgeschichte offenbar vergesslich ist, denn auch die europäische Musik besaß ja über lange Zeit ihre ganz eigenen Improvisationstraditionen. Und in außereuropäischen Musikkulturen ist Improvisation bis heute selbstverständlich – und hier übrigens wiederum eine ganz andere Form von Improvisation als jene, die im Jazz entwickelt wurde.

Die Beiträge:

  • Wolfram Knauer: Noodlin’ and Doodlin’ and Playin’ Around…Zum sich wandelnden Selbstverständnis des Jazz als improvisierter Musik
  • Lawrence Gushee: Improvisation im frühen Jazz
  • Martin Pfleiderer: Improvisieren – ästhetische Mythen und psychologische Einsichten
  • Thomas Mießgang: Die Kunst des Spontanen. Kann ein Bild improvisiert werden? Über Free Jazz, automatische Saxophone, Jack the Dripper, Materialaktionen und letzte Lockerungen
  • Christopher Dell: Möglicherweise Improvisation
  • George E. Lewis: “Voyager“ … Improvisieren mit dem Computer
  • Ekkehard Jost: Notizen zur Improvisation
  • Joachim Kühn und Bert Noglik im Gespräch: Improvisation und musikalische Realität
  • Paul F. Steinhardt: between the lines. Die verwunderliche Verbindung von Geld und Musik
  • Michael Rüsenberg: Improvisation als Modell wirtschaftlichen Handelns. Eine Erkundung
  • Peter Niklas Wilson: Neue Paradigmen in der improvisierten Musik

Wolfram Knauer (Hg.): Jazz goes Pop goes Jazz. Der Jazz und sein gespaltenes Verhältnis zur Popularmusik. Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung, Bd. 9
Hofheim 2006 (Wolke Verlag), 284 Seiten, ISBN: 3-936000-03-4; 22 €

2005_jazz-goes-popDer Jazz saß zeitlebens zwischen den Stühlen der ästhetischen Schubladen: Für die einen war er die populäre Musik der 1930er Jahre und Grundlage für viele Musikstile in der späteren Popmusik, für die anderen eine dezidierte Kunstmusik, ein Gegenentwurf zu den kommerziellen Seiten der Popmusik. Mit diesem Spagat mussten Jazzmusiker immer leben, mit ihm mussten sie sich auseinandersetzen, ihn konnten sie allerdings durchaus auch für ihre Zwecke nutzen. Beim 9. Darmstädter Jazzforum werden die verschiedenen Seiten im Verhältnis von populärer Musik und Jazz beleuchtet. Dabei geht es um grundsätzliche Fragen (Was macht Musik populär?), um historische Einordnungen (Wo trennen sich Jazz und Popmusik und wie entwickelte sich ihr Verhältnis zueinander?), um wirtschaftliche Fragen (den Einfluss der Plattenfirmen), um aktuelle Tendenzen (das bewusste Spiel mit Popmusik in Aktivitäten jüngerer Musiker), um ästhetische Fragen (Jazz als Kunstmusik und der suspekte Charakter des kommerziellen Erfolgs) und vieles mehr. Neben Wissenschaftlern aus Deutschland, Österreich, Dänemark und Australien kommen auch Praktiker zu Wort wie der britische Komponist Colin Towns, der New Yorker Paul D. Miller alias DJ Spooky. Schließlich kommen in einer Diskussionsrunde Vertreter aus der Plattenproduktion, diverser Medien, Agenturen aber auch Musiker zusammen.

Die Beiträge:

  • Martin Pfleiderer: Was macht Musik populär? Überlegungen zur (Un-)Popularität im Jazz und anderswo
  • Andrew Hurley: Joachim Ernst Berendt – Jazz, U-Musik, Pop-Jazz und die Ambivalenz (1950-1970)
  • Fabian Holt: Not a Silent Way. Populäre Musik und Jazzmodernismus nach Elvis
  • Wolfram Knauer: Healing Force of the Universe? Warum der Free Jazz zahm wurde
  • Jürgen Schwab: New Standards – Die (gar nicht mal so) neue Lust am Covern im Jazz
  • Frithjof Strauß: Zwischen Mystizismus und Funktionalismus. Zur Popularität des Jazz aus Skandinavien
  • Doris Schröder: Bunte Musik. Die Jazzbilder Tony Munzlingers zwischen Karikatur, Popart und Gebrauchskunst
  • Roundtable zu Aspekten der Produktion und Vermarktung von Jazz mit Veit Bremme, Bodo Jacoby, Harald Justin, Reiner Michalke und Olaf Schönborn
  • Peter Kemper: Wer wär nicht gern ein Global Player? – Über die orthodoxe und paradoxe Annäherung von Jazz und Pop
  • Colin Towns: Musik für Herz, Kopf und Füße. Die unterschiedlichen musikalischen Seiten des Colin Towns
  • Wolfram Knauer: Die Wissenschaft vom Rhythmus. DJ Spooky, der Philosoph der Plattenleger, erklärt die DJ-Kunst
  • Andreas Felber: Alter Greis auf der Suche nach neuer Jugend? Anmerkungen zur neuen Offenheit zwischen Jazz und populärer Musik in den 90er- und 00er-Jahren
  • Diedrich Diederichsen: Jazz als Concept-Art

Wolfram Knauer (Hg.): Begegnungen. The World Meets Jazz. Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung, Bd. 10
Hofheim 2008 (Wolke Verlag), 320 Seiten, ISBN: 3-936000-04-7; 24 €

2007_begegnungen-the-worldDer Jazz ist eine Musik mit afro-amerikanischen Wurzeln, doch er blüht überall auf der Welt in allen möglichen (Klang)-Farben. Jazz ist eine produktive Kunst: Musiker in aller Welt, die sich ihm zuwandten, mussten seine Wurzeln als afro-amerikanische Musik genauso kennen und respektieren wie sie aufgefordert waren, ihre eigenen Traditionen mit einzubringen. Von diesen Prozessen zwischen Respekt und Eigenständigkeit handelt dieses Buch. Es geht dabei nicht so sehr um “Weltmusik“ an sich als vielmehr um die produktive Auseinandersetzung mit den Traditionen, und um die Tatsache, dass der Jazz mittlerweile jede Menge Impulse aus allen möglichen Ecken der Welt erhält, wo man ihn auch als eigene Musik begreift.

Dieser Band enthält die Referate des 10. Darmstädter Jazzforums, in denen unterschiedliche musikalische Annäherungen, Adaptionen oder Adoptionen näher beleuchtet werden. Oft handelt es sich dabei um Ideen, die zwar aus ethnischen Musikrichtungen stammen, aber mit der Spielhaltung des Jazz so hervorragend harmonieren, dass es schwer fällt, die musikalischen Ergebnisse noch unter gängigen Genrebegriffen abzulegen. Weder kann man dann nämlich wirklich von „Weltmusik“ sprechen, noch ist es Mainstream-Jazz im herkömmlichen Sinne. Es ist ein kreativer Austausch, der den Jazz verändert, egal ob einem das gefällt oder nicht.

Die Beiträge:

  • Andrew W. Hurley: But Did the World Meet Jazz? Ein Blick hinter Joachim Ernst Berendts Plattenreihe”Jazz Meets the World”
  • Martin Pfleiderer: The World Meets Jazz. Zur Ästhetik des Jazz im Zeitalter der Globalisierung
  • Maximilian Hendler: Jazz oder nicht Jazz? Rollenpolyphonie und ihr Vorkommen auch außerhalb des Jazz
  • Torsten Eßer: Jazz in Lateinamerika – Eine periphere Erscheinung?
  • Wolfram Knauer: Blowin’ Up a (European) Storm. Eine Annäherung an die Personalstile von Harry Beckett, Tomasz Stanko und Enrico Rava
  • Gerhard Putschögl: Flamenco Jazz
  • Timothy R. Mangin: Cosmopolitan Roots. Jazz im Senegal
  • Gerhard Kubik: Referentielle Elementarpulsationen. Bemerkungen zur konzeptuellen Welt unseres Jazz aus dem südlichen Afrika
  • Günther Huesmann: John Zorn und der japanische Traditionsbegriff
  • Ralf Dombrowski: Das Originale und das Originelle. Techniken kultureller Aneignung am Beispiel des Oriental Jazz
  • Gilad Atzmon: Jazz und Jihad. Ein (Bird-)Fundamentalist erklärt seine Sicht des Jazz
  • Karl Berger: Skizzen weltmusikalischer Erfahrungen
  • Harald Justin: Jazz und World Music im Fadenkreuz des Kulturkampfes

Wolfram Knauer (Hg.): Albert Mangelsdorff. Tension | Spannung. Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung, Bd. 11
Hofheim 2010 (Wolke Verlag), 320 Seiten, ISBN: 078-3-936000-05-4; 27,- €

2009_albert-mangelsdorffAlbert Mangelsdorff galt seit den 1950er Jahren als die überragende Persönlichkeit des deutschen Jazz. Er war ein Musiker, der stil- und genreübergreifend Anerkennung fand und an Projekten beteiligt war, die zwischen Tradition, Avantgarde und Rock/Pop wechselten. Man achtete ihn international als einen Künstler mit einem ausgewiesen eigenständigen Stil, als einen Virtuosen auf der Posaune, als einen bedeutenden Komponisten und als einen Wegbereiter des Jazz in Deutschland. Für die Autoren dieses Bandes ist Mangelsdorff Ideengeber für Beiträge, in denen es um Albert Mangelsdorff geht, um die Geschichte des Jazz in Deutschland, um Instrumentaltechnik, um Free Jazz, die Frankfurter Szene, um vokale Expressivität im Jazz, soziale Ordnung im Free-Jazz-Kontext, ein erwachendes politisches Bewusstsein bei Musikern der 1960er Jahre oder das neue ästhetische Selbstbewusstsein europäischer Jazzmusiker heute.

Der Band enthält die Referate des 11. Darmstädter Jazzforums vom Oktober 2009. Er beleuchtet Facetten im Schaffen des Posaunisten, schaut auf musikalische und ästhetische Parallelentwicklungen, aber auch auf jüngste Entwicklungen im deutschen Jazz. Der rote Faden ist dabei letztlich die musikalische Offenheit, die Albert Mangelsdorff vorgelebt hat.

Beiträge:

  • Wolfgang Sandner: Ein Prototyp und Sonderfall: Albert Mangelsdorff, Jazzmusiker in Deutschland
  • Rüdiger Ritter: Jazz-Musiker als „Gründungsväter“ für nationale Jazzszenen? Krzysztof Komeda und der polnische Jazz
  • René Grohnert: Bilder zur Musik. Jazzplakate (von Günther Kieser und Niklaus Troxler) zwischen Ankündigung und Erinnerung
  • Wolfram Knauer: Es sungen drei Engel. Zum Umgang von Jazzmusikern mit deutscher Musiktradition
  • Martin Pfleiderer: Singin’ the Blues. Vokale Expressivität im instrumentalen Jazz
  • Kai Stefan Lothwesen: Emanzipation, Jazz-Dissidenten und Paradigmenwechsel. Anmerkungen zur Diversität des europäischen Jazz
  • Harald Kisiedu: „European Freedom“. Zum Verhältnis von Musik und Politik bei Peter Brötzmann
  • William Bares: Play Your Own Thing „Our“ Thing: „Young German Jazz“ und die deutsche Jazzidentität
  • Silvana K. Figueroa-Dreher: Was kann die Soziologie vom Free Jazz lernen?
  • Harald Justin: Jenseits des Skandals. Albert Mangelsdorff: Autobiographisches Erzählen im Kontext (und mögliche Paradigmenwechsel im deutschen Jazz)
  • Michael Rieth: Goethe und der Blues, Kropotkin und die Krone, Albert und die Anarchie
  • Jürgen Schwab: „50 Jahre institutionalisierte Subkultur“. Das hr-Jazzensemble, eine Bestandsaufnahme
  • Michael Rüsenberg: „Ein musikalisches Zwiegespräch zwischen dem weltberühmten Posaunisten und dem unbekannten Wal“. Anmerkungen zu Albert Mangelsdorff

Wolfram Knauer (Hg.): JAZZ.SCHULE.MEDIEN. Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung, Band 12
Hofheim 2012 (Wolke Verlag), 256 Seiten, ISBN: 978-3-936000-92-4; 24,- €

2011_jazz-schule-medienAuch eine unmittelbare Musik wie der Jazz kommt nicht um Vermittlungsstrategien herum. Die Beiträge in diesem Buch beleuchten unterschiedliche Facetten einer solchen Jazzvermittlung. In einem ersten Block geht es darum, welchen Stellenwert Jazz im schulischen Unterricht besitzt, wie er in Lehrpläne eingebaut werden kann, welche pädagogischen Ansätze sich mit jazz-affinen Themen verbinden lassen, worauf die Musiklehrerausbildung achten muss, um Jazz und Popularmusik an Allgemeinbildenden Schulen gezielt einsetzen zu können. In einem zweiten Block wird aus unterschiedlichen Sichtweisen der Stellenwert diskutiert, den Jazz in den tagesaktuellen Medien besitzt, also in Tageszeitungen, Blogs etc. Schließlich kommen auch Jazzmusiker selbst zu Wort, die über Strategien berichten, ihr Publikum zu erreichen, in einer Zeit der kurzen Aufmerksamkeitsspanne Lust auf die Konzentration machen, die der Jazz verlangt, Neugier zu wecken auf das spontane Experiment der musikalischen Improvisation.

Die in diesem Band enthaltenen Beiträge entstanden aus Anlass des 12. Darmstädter Jazzforums im September 2011, das der theoretischen Diskussion über Jazzvermittlung auch einige praktische Workshops und Konzerte zur Seite stellte. Mit der Publikation wollen wir den Leser mit in den Diskurs darüber einbinden, wie der Jazz auch in Zukunft ein breites Publikum erreichen kann, ohne sich zu verbiegen, ohne seine kreative Freiheit dreinzugeben.

Beiträge:

  • Walter Turkenburg: Jazzpädagogik in Europa . Straße und Schule
  • Joe Viera: Jazzpädagogik. Zur Geschichte in Deutschland nach 1945. Aufgaben – Methoden – Zukunft
  • Siegried Busch: Jazz für Lehrer
  • Bert Gerhardt: Jazz in der Schule – nur was für die Elite?
  • Jürgen Terhag: Jazz als Basis der musikpädagogischen Arbeit mit Populärer Musik. Wege aus dem Ghetto
  • Günter B. Schmidt und Cordula Groß: Black Music als Teil der Schulsozialarbeit
  • Daphne Lipp und Sascha Wild: Jazz und improvisierte Musik in der Schule.! Eine Förderausschreibung der Stiftung Polytechnische Gesellschaft Frankfurt am Main
  • Olaf Stötzler und Jochen Stolla: Vermittlung durch Begegnung. Jugendprojekte der hr-Bigband. Bedingungen und Chancen musikalischer Bildung durch eine Rundfunk-Bigband
  • Wolfram Knauer: jazzwissen.de. Online-Modul als Hilfe zur Vermittlung von Jazz im Schulunterricht
  • Michael Rüsenberg: “Amylgada: das Jazz-Zentrum im Gehirn”. Eine Exkursion zu den Neurowissenschaften
  • Elena Ungeheuer: Herausforderungen der Musikvermittlung heute
  • Bernd Hoffmann: Spieglein, Spieglein an der Wand. Präsentationen des Jazz in deutschsprachigen Medien
  • Hans-Jürgen Linke: Alltagsraunen. Über inhaltliche FRagen, Jazz in der Tagespresse, Feulleton-Betrieb und andere langsam veraltende Probleme
  • Reinhard Köchl: Jazzjournalismus heute: Ohne Anzeige keine Zeile?
  • Nils Wülker: Über dem Publikum muss die Sonne aufgehen
  • Roundtable Jazzjournalismus: Reporter, Kritiker, Vermittler
  • Arndt Weidler: PSSST! … und wenn das Jazzpublikum schuld daran ist, dass so wenig Publikum zu Jazzkonzerten kommt?!
  • Roundtable Musiker: Das Publikum: Amorphe Masse oder Energiespender?

Wolfram Knauer (ed./Hg.): Jazz Debates / Jazzdebatten, Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung Bd. 13
Wolke Verlag (Hofheim), 2014, English and German, 224 pp., Photos, Paperback, € 24,-, ISBN: 978-3-95593-013-4

2013_debattenDebates in jazz history are aesthetic marks which reflect discourses about the directions the music might take. In September 2013 experts from Europe and the USA met at the Darmstadt Jazzforum to discuss how such debates inform the perception of jazz to this day. The essays in this book focus on the effects of jazz debates on the aesthetic opinion. They examine historical as well as current debates within the German jazz scene. They discuss the gender debate in jazz, asking how an ideal of masculinity influences both the music and its reception as well as where in the jazz discourses one might find room for women and the LGBT community. Finally, they focus on the latest debate about the term “jazz” itself, touching questions about both historical and aesthetic ownership of music.

Debatten in der Jazzgeschichte sind ästhetische Wegmarken. Sie spiegeln Entscheidungsdiskurse wider darüber, wie es in der Musik weitergehen kann. Beim Darmstädter Jazzforum im September 2013 ergründeten Experten aus Europa und den USA, wie solche Debatten bis heute die Wahrnehmung des Jazz bestimmen. Die Beiträge dieses Buchs fragen etwa nach den Auswirkungen von Debatten auf das ästhetische Urteil. Sie beleuchten historische und aktuelle Jazzdebatten der deutschen Jazzszene. Sie diskutieren die Genderdebatte, fragen also, wie das Ideal von Maskulinität die Musik und ihre Rezeption prägt und wo in den Jazzdiskursen Raum etwa für Frauen oder die LGBT-Community ist. Und sie thematisieren die jüngste Debatte über den Begriff “Jazz” selbst und damit die Frage, wem der Jazz seiner historischen und ästhetischen Entwicklung nach “gehört”.

Beiträge:

  • Jürgen Arndt: Schlager, Jazz und Argumente: 1953 und 60 Jahre danach oder: Als der Jazz seine Stimme verlor
  • Siegfried Schmidt-Joos: Jazzpapst Revisited. Rückblick auf einen Konflikt
  • Martin Pfleiderer / Wolf-Georg Zaddach: Der gegenwärtige Jazzdiskurs in Deutschland. Versuch einer empirischen Rekonstruktion anhand von Jazzzeitschriften
  • John Gennari:  Remapping the Boundaries of Jazz: The Case of Jason Moran
  • Peter Elsdon: The Potential of the Jazz Record
  • Nichole Rustin-Paschal: Self Portrait: On Emotion and Experience As Useful Categories of Gender Analysis in Jazz History
  • John Gill: Miles in the Sky: Dismantling the glass closet in jazz
  • Tony Whyton: Crosscurrents: the cultural dynamics of jazz
  • Christian Broecking: Not Black enough? Debating jazz in the post-blackness time space
  • Wolfram Knauer “Jazz” or not “Jazz”. From Word to Non-Word and Back

Wolfram Knauer (ed./Hg.): Gender and Identity in Jazz, Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung Bd. 14
Wolke Verlag (Hofheim), 2016, English and German, 308 pp., Photos, Paperback, € 28,-, ISBN: 978-3-95593-014-1

2016knauerThe 14th Darmstadt Jazzforum held in October 2015 focused on different aspects of identity in jazz. The participants talked about the perception of female instrumentalists, about “male” or “female” sound, about homosexuality, about references to the body as well as about the denial of the erotic element in music, about Jutta Hipp, Ivy Benson, Clare Fischer, Sun Ra and others. The conference participants looked at jazz history, but they self-confidently also looked at the jazz scene of today. They discussed how common prejudices can be overcome and how to describe the gender discourse of the 21st century. It is perfectly clear that the view of jazz musicians and their art may be distorted if we reduce them to any parts of their identity, be it their gender, their sexual orientation, their ethnicity, or anything else. However, to ignore these facets, be it in jazz history or today”s jazz scene, is a proof of neglect as well. With this publication we hope to contribute to a discourse which is and remains important in our changing modern world.

Das 14. Darmstädter Jazzforum im Oktober 2015 befasste sich mit ganz unterschiedlichen Aspekten von Identität im Jazz. Es ging um die Wahrnehmung von Instrumentalistinnen, um “männlichen” oder “weiblichen” Sound, um Homosexualität, Körperlichkeit und die Verleugnung des erotischen Moments in der Musik, um Jutta Hipp, Ivy Benson, Clare Fischer, Sun Ra und andere. Die Teilnehmer der Konferenz reflektierten über Jazzgeschichte und schauten selbstbewusst auf die Gegenwart. Sie diskutierten Wege, wie sich Vorurteile überwinden lassen und wie man den Gender-Diskurs des 21sten Jahrhunderts im Jazz angemessen beschreiben kann. Dass der Blick auf den Jazz verfälscht wird, wenn man seine Protagonisten auf einzelne Teile ihrer vielfältigen Identität reduziert, ist klar. Diese jedoch in Jazzgeschichte und -gegenwart völlig außer Acht zu lassen, ist ein genauso großes Versäumnis. In diesem Buch wollen wir somit einen Diskurs fortführen, der auch in unserer bereits erheblich veränderten Welt wichtig bleibt.

Beiträge:

  • Wolfram Knauer: Clash of Identities
  • Mario Dunkel: Sexuality, Eroticism, and the Construction of the Jazz Tradition
  • Katherine Williams: “Alright for a Girl”, and Other Jazz Myths
  • Michael Kahr: Chromaticism and Identity in the Music of Clare Fischer
  • Yoko Suzuki: Gendering Musical Sound in Jazz Saxophone Performance
  • Ilona Haberkamp: Hipp Style or Adaption?
  • Martin Niederauer: Male Hegemony in Jazz – Trying to Understand One Important Element of Jazz’s Gender Relations
  • Joy Ellis and Adam Osmianski: Women and the Jazz Jam
  • Christopher Dennison: One-Armed Ball Players: The Language of Homophobia in Jazz
  • Jenna Bailey: “Play Like a Man and Look Like a Woman”, Exploring the Role of Gender in Ivy Benson’s All Girl Band
  • Ilka Siedenburg: Bigbandklassen: Ein Weg zur musikalischen Praxis jenseits von Geschlechterstereotypen?
  • Mane Stelzer: „Für uns war es fremde Musik“, Wie junge Instrumentalistinnen zum Jazz finden (oder auch nicht)
  • Nicole Johänntgen: SOFIA und mehr, Eine persönliche Annäherung an ein Frauen-Musikprojekt
  • Sherrie Tucker: A Conundrum is a Woman-in-Jazz: Enduring Improvisations on the Categorical Exclusions of Being Included
  • John Murph: Exploring Queer Notions Inside Sun Ra’s Outer Space Ways
  • Christian Broecking: “Authentic Lesbian As I Am”, Aspects of Gender, Marginalization and Political Protest in the Life and Work of Irène Schweizer
  • Nicolas Pillai: Watching Men Play. The Erotics of the Hollywood Jazz Film

Wolfram Knauer (ed./Hg.): Jazz@100. An alternative to a story of heroes. Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung Bd. 15
Wolke Verlag (Hofheim), 2018, English, 296 pp., Photos, Paperback, € 28,-, ISBN: 978-3-95593-015-8

In the centenary of jazz ­the Darmstadt Jazzforum conference in 2017 looked at the pitfalls of jazz historiography, which often relies on myths and legends that distort what is even more important: the multi-perspectivity of a music which is being created not only by great masters, but certainly by many individualists. The fifteen essays in this book try to shift our perspectives on people, places and styles. They focus on what we think we know about jazz in order to question the same knowledge and make us aware both of the ways in which our understanding of the music, its history and its aesthetic has been shaped, and of how that understanding continues to change to this day.

Im hundertsten Geburtsjahr des Jazz warf das Darmstädter Jazzforum 2017 einen Blick auf die Tücken einer Jazzgeschichtsschreibung, in der Legenden oft den Blick auf das verstellen, worauf es in dieser Musik noch viel mehr ankommt: auf die Multiperspektivität einer Musik, die nicht nur von den großen Meistern, auf jeden Fall aber von vielen Individualisten geprägt wird. Die fünfzehn Aufsätze in diesem Buch wagen die Perspektivverschiebung im Blick auf Personen, Orte oder Stile. Sie legen den Fokus auf scheinbar Bekanntes, um genau das zu hinterfragen, und sie machen uns dadurch darauf aufmerksam, auf welche Weise unser Verständnis von Jazz, seiner Geschichte und Ästhetik geprägt wurde und wie es bis in die Gegenwart Veränderungen unterworfen ist.

Beiträge:

  • Arne Reimer: My Encounters with American Jazz Heroes
  • Nicholas Gebhardt: Reality Remade. Narrative and the historical imagination in Alan Lomax’s Mister Jelly Roll
  • Katherine M. Leo: The ODJB at 100. Revisiting Essential Narratives and Copyright Control of Victor 18255
  • Klaus Frieler: A Feature History of Jazz Improvisation
  • Andrew Wright Hurley: In and Out: Processes of Inclusion and Exclusion in Joachim Ernst Berendt’s Jazzbuch, or Towards the Biography of a Book
  • Tony Whyton: A Familial Story: Hidden Musicians and Cosmopolitan Connections in Jazz History
  • Mario Dunkel: Darcy James Argue’s Uchronic Jazz
  • A talk with pianist and composer Orrin Evans: “Just be me!”
  • Krin Gabbard: Syncopated Women. Gender and Jazz History in 1942 Hollywood
  • Wolfram Knauer: Four Sides of a House. How Jazz Spaces Irritate, Fascinate, Stimulate Creativity or Become Icons
  • Oleg Pronitschew: Die Institutionalisierung des Jazz. Wie die westdeutsche Jazzdebatte der 1970er Jahre das Selbstverständnis einer Szene veränderte
  • Rüdiger Ritter: Myths in Jazz – Artistic Prison or Productive Element? The Shaping of “Polish Jazz”
  • Karen A. Chandler: Bin Yah (Been Here). Africanisms and Jazz Influences in Gullah Culture
  • Scott DeVeaux: Was Bebop a Mistake?
  • Nicolas Pillai: A Star Named Miles. Tracking Jazz Musicians Across Media

Veröffentlichungen des Jazzinstituts

Batch_JazzinstitutUnsere “Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung” erscheinen alle zwei Jahre beim Wolke-Verlag. Sie fassen jeweils die Beiträge des zurückliegenden Darmstädter Jazzforums im Vorjahr zusammen und befassen sich mit unterschiedlichen thematischen Schwerpunkten (z.B. “Jazz in Europa”, “Improvisation”, “Duke Ellington und die Folgen” oder “Jazz.Schule.Medien.”).

Regelmäßig ist das Jazzinstitut aber auch maßgeblich an Veröffentlichungen anderer Verlage und Autor/innen beteiligt. In jüngster Zeit dokumentieren wir darüber hinaus auch unsere Ausstellungsserie “Deutsche Jazzfotografen” in einer eigenen Buchreihe.

Das Adressverzeichnis zum Jazzleben in Deutschland, der “Wegweiser Jazz” erschien 2010 letztmalig als Druckversion. Seit 2012 bieten wir unter www.wegweiserjazz.de eine Online-Datenbank mit Adressen zu Jazzaktivitäten in der ganzen Welt an, die fast täglich wächst. Nutzer können dort Einträge selbst anlegen und verwalten. Ein überwachtes Redaktionssystem sorgt für die Sicherheit und die Zuverlässigkeit der Daten.

Nach wie vor sind im Jazzinstitut frühe Ausgaben des Jazznewsletters zu bekommen. Die Printreihe endete mit Nr. 10.  Informationen über Aktivitäten des Jazzinstituts Darmstadt finden sich seitdem loser Folge online im “Jazzbrief”.

Neben wissenschaftlichen oder Service-Publikationen veröffentlicht das Jazzinstitut monatlich den Darmstädter Jazzkalender, ein informatives Faltblatt, das über die musikalischen Aktivitäten der lokalen Jazzszene informiert. Hier finden sich Konzerthinweise und kurze Berichte über neue Projekte Darmstädter Musiker. Der Darmstädter Jazzkalender liegt in Darmstädter Kneipen und Hotels aus, kann im Internet aber auch von der Hauptseite unserer Homepage aus angesteuert werden: “Darmstädter Jazzkalender Online

2007: Begegnungen … The World meets Jazz

Programmheft 2007 als pdfDas 10. Darmstädter Jazzforum befasste sich vom 4. bis 7. Oktober 2007 mit dem Thema “The World Meets Jazz”. Dabei ging es weniger um das Thema Weltmusik als vielmehr um die Tatsache, dass der Jazz von Anfang an eine produktive Musik war und Musiker in aller Welt, die sich ihm zuwandten, seine Wurzeln als afro-amerikanische Musik genauso kennen und respektieren mussten wie sie ihre eigene Traditionen mit einbrachten. Es ging um die produktive Auseinandersetzung mit den Traditionen, um die Tatsache, dass der Jazz mittlerweile jede Menge Impulse aus anderen Ecken der Welt erhält, die ihn als ihre ganz eigene Musik begreifen. Wir wollten diesen unterschiedlichen Annäherungen, Adaptionen oder Adoptionen näher kommen und uns mit Ideen befassen, die zwar aus ethnischen Musikrichtungen kommen, aber mit der Spielhaltung des Jazz so hervorragend harmonieren, dass es schwer fällt, die musikalischen Ergebnisse noch unter gängigen Genrebegriffen abzulegen. Weder handelt es sich dabei nämlich wirklich um “Weltmusik”, noch ist es Mainstream-Jazz im herkömmlichen Sinne. Es ist ein kreativer Austausch, der den Jazz verändert.

Hier: Das komplette Programmheft des 10. Darmstädter Jazzforums als pdf-Dokument.

2009: Albert Mangelsdorff – Spannung

Programmheft Jazzforum 2009 als pdfBeim 11. Darmstädter Jazzforum vom 25. September bis 4. Oktober 2009 stand Albert Mangelsdorff im Zentrum, die wichtigste Jazzpersönlichkeit des Rhein-Main-Gebiets und zugleich eine Integrationsfigur des deutschen und europäischen Jazz. Doch drehte sich nicht alles nur um ihn. Mangelsdorff ist für uns Ideengeber für eine Veranstaltung, in der es um die Geschichte des Jazz in Deutschland genauso ging wie um Instrumentaltechnik, um Free Jazz, um die Frankfurter Szene, um die Auseinandersetzung des Jazz mit Rockelementen, um ein wachsendes Selbstbewusstsein europäischer Jazzmusiker, um musikalische Kommunikation, um ästhetische Probleme und Chancen des Jazz heute. Unser Jazzforum sollte sich also nicht im Zurückschauen begnügen, sondern durchaus auch einen Blick auf die Welt des heutigen Jazz werfen, an der Albert Mangelsdorff sein musikalisches Leben lang mitgearbeitet hat. Der rote Faden ist letztlich die musikalische Offenheit, die Albert Mangelsdorff uns allen vorgelebt hat.

Das Darmstädter Jazzforum umfasste fünf inhaltlich eng miteinander verbundene Programmteile: (1) ein dreitägiges internationales Fachsymposium, (2) eine Konzertreihe, die sich über mehr als eine Woche erstreckt, (3) eine thematische Ausstellung, (4) eine Filmdokumentation über Albert Mangelsdorff, sowie (5) eine Buchdokumentation.

Zum Symposium vom 1. bis 3. Oktober 2009 wurden Musikwissenschaftler, Historiker, Journalisten, Kollegen aus angrenzenden Fachgebieten, vor allem aber auch Musiker eingeladen. Referenten waren der Musikwissenschaftler William Bares (Cambridge, USA, Harvard University) mit einem Beitrag über das Selbstbewusstsein des europäischen Jazz und die Probleme, die sich daraus ergeben; die Soziologin Silvana Figueroa-Dreher (Konstanz) mit einem Beitrag über soziale Ordnung in Free-Jazz-Improvisation; der Kunsthistoriker René Grohnert (Essen) über Plakatkunst, Günter Kieser und den Jazz; der Journalist Harald Justin (Wien) mit einem Beitrag über Biographien und Autobiographien von Jazzmusikern (mit Bezug auf Bruno Paulots Albert-Mangelsdorff-Biographie); der Musikwissenschaftler Harald Kisiedu (New York, Columbia University) mit einem Beitrag über die transatlantischen Bezüge des Free Jazz in den 60er und 70er Jahren; der Musikwissenschaftler Wolfram Knauer (Darmstadt) mit einem Beitrag über Probleme und Projekte deutscher Jazzmusiker mit deutschen Volksmusikweisen; der Musikwissenschaftler Kai Lothwesen (Frankfurt) mit einem Beitrag zur Diversität des europäischen Jazz heute; der Musikwissenschaftler Martin Pfleiderer (Weimar) mit einem Beitrag über die vokale Expressivität im instrumentalen Jazz; der Journalist Michael Rieth mit einem Beitrag über Jazzkritik; der Osteuropa-Forscher Rüdiger Ritter (Berlin) mit einem Beitrag über den polnischen Pianisten Krzysztof Komeda; der Journalist Michael Rüsenberg (Köln) mit einem Beitrag über “The Making Of” der Albert-Mangelsdorff-Rolle, einer Filmdokumentation über Mangelsdorff; der Journalist, Musikwissenschaftler und langjährige Freund des Posaunisten Wolfgang Sandner (Frankfurt) mit einem Grundsatzreferat über Albert Mangelsdorff; der Musiker und Musikwissenschaftler Jürgen Schwab (Hanau) mit einem Beitrag über das Jazzensemble des Hessischen Rundfunks; sowie der Posaunist Nils Wogram (Zürich) in einem Gespräch über Posaunentechnik und den Einfluss Albert Mangelsdorffs.

Eine Konzertreihe vom 25. September bis 3. Oktober 2009 stellte Mangelsdorff zumindest in einem Programmpunkt in den Mittelpunkt; bei den anderen Programmpunkten ging es um die heutige Auseinandersetzung mit der Sprache des Jazz, an der Mangelsdorff sein Leben lang gearbeitet hat. Die Konzerte fanden bereits vorbereitend ab etwa einer Woche vor dem Darmstädter Jazzforum statt und wurden in Zusammenarbeit mit örtlichen Veranstaltern aus dem Rhein-Main-Gebiet durchgeführt.

Konzertprogramm bestand in einem JazzTalk mit dem Emil Mangelsdorff Quartet (am 25. September im Jazzinstitut Darmstadt), einen JazzTalk mit dem Wolfgang Schlüter / Boris Netsvetaev Duo (am 30. September in der Fabrik Frankfurt), ein Konzert mit Roswell Rudd und Lafayette Harris (am 2. Oktober in der Bessunger Knabenschule, Darmstadt), sowie ein Doppelkonzert mit dem Trio Nils Wogram / Florian Ross / Dejan Terzic und dem Duo der beiden Gitarristen Joe Sachse & Uwe Kropinski (am 3. Oktober in der Bessunger Knabenschule, Darmstadt). Das Konzert am 3. Oktober wurde vom Hessischen Rundfunk mitgeschnitten.

Eine Ausstellung beleuchtete Mangelsdorff schließlich als Musiker und Persönlichkeit des öffentlichen Lebens und wurde sowohl in Darmstadt wie auch in Frankfurt gezeigt. Sioe steht nach dem Jazzforum als Wanderausstellung zur Verfügung.

In einer speziellen Filmvorführung wurde die “Albert Mangelsdorff Rolle” in voller Länge vorgeführt, eine viereinhalbstündige Filmdokumentation von Michael Rüsenberg und Christian Wagner.

Das 11. Darmstädter Jazzforum feierte damit das Wirken eines der bedeutendsten deutschen Jazzmusiker mit einer facettenreichen Veranstaltung, die sich vor dem großen Frankfurter verneigt, um dann genau das tat, was er getan hätte: in die Gegenwart und in die Zukunft zu blicken.

Hier können Sie sich das Programmheft des 11. Darmstädter Jazzforums runterladen.

Darmstädter Jazzforum

Das Darmstädter Jazzforum findet seit 1989 alle zwei Jahre statt und widmet sich dabei jedes Mal einem anderen Oberthema. Es ist eine weltweit einmalige Mischung aus Fachkongress, Konzertreihe, Workshop und Ausstellung und wird von Anfang an in Buchform dokumentiert. Die daraus resultierende Buchreihe “Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung” ist mit bislang elf Bänden die einzige in Deutschland erscheinende regelmäßige Buchreihe, die sich zwischen Wissenschaft und Dokumentation mit dem Jazz auseinandersetzt.

Das ausrichtende Jazzinstitut Darmstadt ist eine städtische Kultureinrichtung der Wissenschaftsstadt Darmstadt und das größte öffentliche Informations- und Dokumentationszentrum zum Jazz in Europa.

Kooperationspartner und Förderer

Das 11. Darmstädter Jazzforum ist eine Veranstaltung der Wissenschaftsstadt Darmstadt. Es wurde ermöglicht durch Unterstützung durch das Hessische Ministerium für Wissenschaft und Kunst sowie das Generalkonsulat der Vereinigten Staaten von Amerika in Frankfurt/Main. Unsere Kooperationspartner waren das Institut für Stadtgeschichte Frankfurt/Main und das Kulturzentrum Bessunger Knabenschule e.V.

Darmstädter Jazzkalender

Alle zwei Monate erstellen wir eine Übersicht über alle Jazzveranstaltungen in Darmstadt. Der “Darmstädter Jazzkalender” liegt an über 100 öffentlichen Orten im Darmstädter Stadtgebiet und im Rhein-Main-Gebiet kostenlos aus. Die aktuelle Ausgabe kann hier als pdf-Datei heruntergeladen werden.

Oktober und November 2018-Übersicht als pdf.

Die wichtigsten Spielorte für Live-Jazz in Darmstadt sind die Centralstation, das Kulturzentrum Bessunger Knabenschule, die ev. Stadtkirche Darmstadt, der Jazzclub im Achteckigen Haus und der Gewölbekeller unter dem Jazzinstitut. Daneben gibt es einige Veranstalter, die sporadisch Jazzkonzerte anbieten wie das vinocentral am Hauptbahnhof, das HoffArt Theater oder der Jagdhofkeller.

Jazz im Institut

Konzertkeller_JIDIm akustisch exzellenten Gewölbekeller unter dem Jazzinstitut finden regelmäßig Konzerte statt. Freitags treten hier bekannte und noch weniger bekannte Musikerinnen und Musiker auf. Die Konzertreihe “JazzTalk” lädt regelmäßig, meist deutschsprachige Künstlerinnen und Künstler zum Gesprächskonzert. Daneben veranstaltet hier der Verein zur Förderung des zeitgenössischen Jazz  in Darmstadt e.V. eigene Konzerte sowie jeweils am letzten Freitag des Monats die Bessunger Jam Session.

Jazzerinnen und Jazzer aus der Region nutzen den Konzertraum aber auch für Veranstaltungen in eigener Regie etwa für CD-Releases oder Präsentationen neuer Programme. In der Galerie im Dachgeschoss des Jazzinstituts sowie im Treppenhaus und im Gewölbekeller präsentieren wir wechselnde Ausstellungen Bildender Künstler und Fotografen mit Jazzbezug.

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    LGG Jazzcombo, Ltg. U.Partheil/J.Wuchner

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    Bessunger Jam Session

    Marie Luise Stephan | Cello
    Tobias Doch | Gitarre
    Niklas Traser | Trompete
    Henrik Jourdan | Orgel
    Johannes Zimmer | Piano
    Oskar Partheil | Schlagzeug
    Jan Möller | Bass

    Foto: Jazzinstitut Darmstadt©

    Die Schuljazzcombo des Ludwig -Georgs Gymnasiums, das übrigens in den 1950er Jahren die erste Darmstädter Schule mit einer Schülerjazzband war, eröffnet die Session mit Stücken des legendären Gitarristen Wes Montgomery. Im Anschluss dürfen dann auch Musikerinnen und Musiker jeden Alters zeigen wie sie unser Gewölbe (hohen Alters) zum Klingen bringen. Dennoch gilt für diesen Abend das Motto: "Jugendsession - Vorfahrt für Jugendliche, Erwachsene geduldet"

    Eine Veranstaltung des Fördervereins Jazz e.V.

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    Nov
    2018

    Stephan Crump's Rhombal

    20.30 h

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    JazzTalk 126: Tiefgründige und bewegende Musik

    Stephan Crump | Bass
    Ellery Eskelin | Saxophon
    Adam O’Farrill | Trompete
    Kassa Overall | Schlagzeug

    Rhombal ist die wohl ambitionierteste Besetzung des New Yorker Bassisten Stephan Crump. Im Spannungsfeld zweier herausragender Bläser, einem Urgestein der New Yorker Improvisatoren-Szene, dem Tenorsaxophonisten Ellery Eskelin, und dem brillanten jungen Trompeter Adam O’Farrill, entwickeln sich Crumps musikalische Ideen mit größtmöglicher Präzision. Getragen wird das Ganze durch eine innige rhythmische Kohärenz von Bandleader Crump, seit einer Dekade auch festes Mitglied im Trio des Pianisten Vijay Iyer (und als solcher auch schon Gast im Jazzinstitut) und dem in Seattle geborenen Schlagzeuger und Sänger Kassa Overall.

    Overall war lange Jahre Schlagzeuger der Band Timelife der Pianistin Geri Allen, studierte unter anderem bei Billy Hart, Elvin Jones und Bill Higgins. Er ist nicht nur im Jazz zuhause, sondern seit einiger Zeit recht erfolgreich als Rapper und Produzent. Overall vertritt auf dieser Tour Tyshawn Sorey, der mit im Studio war als Rhombal ihre gleichnamige CD aufgenommen haben.

    Auf dieser Einspielung versammelt die Band Songs, die Bassist Crump nach dem frühen Tod seines Bruders Patrick schrieb. Tiefgründig und bewegend kommt diese Musik daher – fragile Kleinode, meisterliche Stücke von der Vergänglichkeit des Lebens und der Hoffnung der Zurückgelassenen. Zarte, fast gehauchte Bläsertöne kontrastieren mit dem drängenden aber immer klaren und transparenten Spiel der Rhythmusgruppe. Wenngleich die CD bereits Ende 2016 bei PledgeMusic in den USA erschien, kommen Rhombal jetzt erstmals mit diesem Programm auf Europatournee.

    Beim JazzTalk unterhalten sich Stephan Crump und Wolfram Knauer über die Ästhetik des Schmerzes und die kollektiven Umsetzung tiefer Gefühle wie Liebe, Verlust und Trauer in der improvisierten Musik. Das Gespräch findet nach der Pause zwischen den beiden Konzertteilen auf Englisch statt.

    Eine Veranstaltung des Jazzinstituts Darmstadt

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    Nov
    2018

    Hund & Hybris

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    Mit großer Leidenschaft für das Unernste im Sein

    Malte Bogner | Klavier
    Malte Schiller | Saxophone
    Alistair Duncan | Posaune
    Sidney Werner | Kontrabass
    Alexander Schildhauer | Schlagzueug

    Foto: Thomas Rauch©

    Da glauben fünf Berliner Jungs mal noch ganz feste an das Gute im Jazz, entfernen sich dabei mit großen Schritten von jeder ernsthaften Attitüde der Altvorderen und stehen doch trotzdem mit beiden Beinen fest in der Jazztradition. Das mag dann vielleicht manchmal recht konventionell klingen und entwickelt sich dennoch in vielerlei Hinsicht musikalisch äußerst mitreissend. "Hund und Hybris" erzählen mit großer Leidenschaft von der Unernsthaftigkeit des Seins. Von den schönen kleinen Dingen im Leben. Die Stücke ihrer aktuellen CD "Ein Sonntag in den Pilzen" erinnern mit von nostalgischer Verklärung getrübtem Blick vom ersten gemeinsam gestohlenen Pferd,  vom Spielen am Teich, mit dem dicken Nachbarsjungen oder von der heuristischen Evolution. Aber auch von Clowns und Firlefanz und ekstatischem Affengetanz. Von nebulösen Gestalten und Zeit zum Innehalten. Und davon, dass die guten Tage noch lange nicht gezählt sind.

    Nach dem überaus erfolgeichen Veranstaltung mit dem kubanischen Pianisten Ramón Valle und seinem Trio im Februar diesen Jahres ist dies das zweite Konzert, welches die neugegründete Beyond Blue Connection im Gewölbekeller des Jazzinstituts Darmstadt präsentiert.

    Eine Veranstaltung der Beyond Blue Connection in Zusammenarbeit mit dem Jazzinstitut Darmstadt

  • Fr
    16
    Nov
    2018

    Jan Klare 1000

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    Chamberimpclash als telepathisch unterlegte Klangsprache

    Jan Klare | Saxophon
    Bart Maris | Trompete
    Elisabeth Coudoux | Cello
    Wilbert de Joode | Kontrabass

    Foto: Jan Klare_Essex©

    Als Bart Maris, Jan Klare, Wilbert de Joode und Michael Vatcher 2004 die Band 1000 gründeten, war ihre Besetzung noch klar an das legendäre Ornette Coleman Quartett angelehnt. 1000 spielte aber von Beginn an Kompositionen, die eigentlich für Improvisationsmusik ungeeignet waren – z.B. Stücke von Wagner, Bach, Bennett oder Monteverdi. So etablierten sie durch spektakuläre Interpretationen dieses Materials schon früh einen unverkennbaren eigenen Gruppenstil.

    Die Art und Weise wie 1000 improvisierend und adhoc Form gestaltete, beeindruckte von Anfang an das Publikum und die Kritiker gleichermaßen. Im Laufe eines Jahrzehnts erlernte diese Formation einen beinah telepathischen Umgang miteinander – eine intuitive Sprache, die fließend Textur mit Energie und Subtilität balanciert.

    Als Michael Vatcher 2017 nach NYC ging war die Band erschüttert. Nach so vielen Jahren der Vertiefung war die Möglichkeit ihn zu ersetzen und nahtlos weiter zu machen nicht gegeben. Andererseits wollten die verbleibenden drei Musiker nicht aufhören und holten sich anstelle des Schlagzeugers die Cellistin Elisabeth Coudoux ins Quartett. Der neue Sound überzeugte alle Beteiligten und das Umfeld sofort, so dass 1000 zuletzt, mit etwas erweitertem Setting, beim moers festival 2018 einen gefeierten Auftritt hinlegten.

    Eine Veranstaltung des Fördervereins Jazz e.V.

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    23
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    Playground 4

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    Musik zwischen Freiraum und Verdichtung, Puls und Atem

     Esther Bächlin | Klavier
    Stephanie Wagner | Querflöte
    Gina Schwarz | Kontrabass
    Ingrid Oberkanins  | Perkussion

    Foto: Playground©

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    Der reichhaltige musikalische Spielplatz wird von der Band lustvoll ausgelotet, die Spielideen in grossen Spannungsbögen weiter gesponnen. Jenseits von Klischees entsteht so ein intelligentes kollektives Interplay mit Raum für kontrastreiche Solopassagen- eine Musik, die den Zuhörenden in den Sog des kreativen Augenblicks hineinzieht.

    Eine Veranstaltung des Fördervereins Jazz e.V.

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    30
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    Jan Jansohn Quartett

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    Jan Jansohn | Gitarre
    Christian Hamm | Saxophon
    Michael Frassine | Schlagzeug
    Ralf Witte | Kontrabass

    Foto: Jan Jansohn©

    Das Jan Jansohn Quartett wickelt sein Publikum mit leisem Charme um den Finger. Entspannte Gitarrenklänge des Bandnamensgebers Jan Jansohn werden gekonnt ergänzt durch dynamische Saxophoneinlagen von Christian Hamm. Ralf Witte und Michael Frassine runden den Klangraum des Quartetts mit den tiefen Tönen des Kontrabasses und perkussiven Finessen ab. Die vier Musiker lernten sich beim Studium kennen – sie zaubern seitdem Stücke aus eigener Feder und interpretieren Jazz-Größen wie z.B. Biréli Lagrène oder Joshua Redman. Jüngst wurde das neue Album “Takes N’Breaks“ mit ausschließlich eigenen Stücken fertiggestellt.

    Im Snschluss ist die Bühne offen für die monatliche Bessunger Jam Session.

    Eine Veranstaltung des Fördervereins Jazz e.V.

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    07
    Dez
    2018

    Anke Helfrich Trio

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    JazzTalk 127:Down Home Blues

    Anke Helfrich | Klavier
    Dietmar Fuhr | Kontrabass
    Jens Düppe | Schlagzeug

    Erstaunlich genug, dass die Wahlfrankfurterin und Hessische Jazzpreisträgerin 2017 noch nie zu einem JazzTalk ins Jazzinstitut Darmstadt eingeladen war. Zuletzt erhielt sie doch noch genau dort den Blue Bird-Award der Beyond Blue Connection aus ihrer Heimatstadt Weinheim und freundete sich bei zwei mitreißenden Solostücken mit dem wunderbaren Steinway im Gewölbekeller an.

    Damals im Februar deutete sich zumindest an, dass die Zeit für ein ausführliches Kennenlernen mit unserem Flügel längst gekommen war, denn Anke Helfrichs kraftvolles und erdiges Virtuosentum findet in ihm einen wahrhaft dankbaren Mitspieler. Helfrichs Spiel ist grundiert mit amerikanischer Jazztradition, aufgeladen mit großer Erzählkunst und vollendet mit einer ordentlichen Portion bluesiger Kantigkeit, die niemals Langeweile oder Beliebigkeit aufkommen lässt.

    Zum 127sten Gesprächkonzert bringt sie ihr aktuelles Trio mit dem Speyerer Bassisten Dietmar Fuhr und dem Kölner Schlagzeuger Jens Düppe mit ... und möglicherweise geht es im JazzTalk mit Wolfram Knauer vom Jazzinstitut dann um Heimat und Erdung - und den Blues, der in uns allen steckt ... nicht nur kurz vor Weihnachten. 

    Eine Veranstaltung des Jazzinstituts Darmstadt

Jazz Index: Peter Brötzmann

Beispiel für einen Jazz Index zu Peter Brötzmann

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Jazz Index – created on 13. August 2014

The following bibliographical information is drawn from periodicals and books present in the archive of the Jazzinstitut Darmstadt. Our extensive periodical collection comprises more than 55,000 issues of some 1,050 jazz periodicals. Close to two-thirds of the collection has been indexed.

Following the more recent entries are abbreviations denoting the nature of the material in the respective articles. These symbols are:

[A] = analytical remarks
[B] = extensive book review
[BT] = blindfold test
[C] = concert review
[D] = discography
[F] = feature article
[I] = interview
[“I”] = article written by the respective musician himself
[N] = (very short) news item
[O] = obituary
[R] = extensive record review
[T] = transcription

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Brötzmann, Peter (ts * b: 6.Mar.1941, Remscheid/Germany; Lexikon: Feather [1976,1999]; Companion [1987]; New Grove [1988,2001]; rororo [1988]; Reclam [1989]; Dictionnaire [1988,1995]; MusicHound [1999]; Rough Guide [1999,2000]; Wölfer [2008]; vertical file: Peter BRÖTZMANN [1986-1987,1992-1995,1999,2002,2006])

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J.-M. Fehlhaber: Das Peter Brötzmann Trio in Aachen, in: Sounds, 1/1966-67, p. 25-26 (C)

Rainer Blome: Ein neues Gesicht im Jazz. Peter Brötzmann, in: Jazz Podium, 125/8 (Aug.1966), p. 216 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Rainer Blome: Peter Brötzmann – Do It Yourself / Peter Brötzmann Trio, in: Sounds, 4/1967, p. 33-34 (R)

Manfred Miller: Irene Schweizer / Peter Brötzmann. Deserving of wider recognition, in: Jazz Podium, 16/3 (Mar.1967), p. 86-87 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz in Deutschland 1967. Die Musiker. Peter Brötzmann Trio, in: Jazz Podium, 16/3 (Mar.1967), p. 66 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Free Jazz – Pop Jazz. Jazz – unverständlich oder populär? Klaus Doldinger und sein Quartett, Vertreter des modernen Jazz und Peter Brötzmann und sein Trio, exponierte freejazzer, liefern sich musikalisch und in der Diskussion eine harte Auseinandersetzung, in: [WDR archive, call slip], 12.May 1967 (call slip; no further information; video not available at the Jazzinstitut) [digi.copy]

Keith Knox: Peter Brötzmann, in: Jazz Monthly, #155 (Jan.1968), p. 15 (F)

Siegfried Schmidt-Joos: “Weil viele Dinge geändert werden müssen.” Ein Interview mit Peter Brötzmann, in: Jazz Podium, 17/4 (Apr.1968), p. 128-129 (I) [digi.copy]

NN: Wohlklang nein. “Machine Gun” (Brötzmann 2), in: Der Spiegel, 10.Sep.1968, p. 195 (R) [digi.copy]

Manfred Miller: Peter Brötzmann, in: Sounds, #8 (Sep.1968), p. 16-17 (F)

H.D. Schelte: Peter Brötzmann und die Jazzkritik, Köln 1969 [book: Sounds], passim (F/A: “Machine Gun”) [digi.copy]

Günther Eichler: Zwischen Klarheit und Chaos. Konstruktivismus und Free Jazz im Darmstädter Studentenkeller, in: Darmstädter Echo, 6.May 1969 (C: Peter Brötzmann, Fred van Howe, Peter Kowald, Sven Ake Johansson) [digi.copy]

NN: “Brötzmann kommt”, in: [concert info], Darmstadt, 19.Jun.1969 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: Das neue Profil der deutschen Jazzmusiker. Peter Brötzmann, in: Jazz Podium, 19/3 (Mar.1970), p. 91-92 (F)

R. Williams: “Nipples” Is Outstanding, in: Melody Maker, 21.Nov.1970, p. 32 (R)

European Jazz Personalities. German Federal Republic, Part 1, in: Jazz Forum, #13/14 (Fall/Winter 1971), p. 108 (short F: biography)

Dieter Zimmerle: Brötzmann Trio, in: Jazz Podium, 20/8 (Aug.1971), p. 280-286 (F/I with Peter Brötzmann, Fred van Hove, Han Benning) [digi.copy]

Nele Hertling & Peter Brötzmann & Jost Gebers: Free Jazz und Kinder. 15 Kinder & Brötzmann, Van Hove, Bennink, in: Free Jazz und Kinder [EP], FMP S 1/2 (1972) (F/”I”: liner notes) [digi.copy]

W.P.: Peter Brötzmann + Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Sounds, 6/1972, p. 36 (R)

NN: Platte des Monats. Peter Brötzmann Trio + Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium, 21/2 (Feb.1972), p. 34 (R)

R. Williams: Blasting Berlin, in: Melody Maker, 5.Feb.1972, p. 34 (R: Florence Nightingale / The End u.a.)

NN: Brötzmann-van Hove-Bennink, in: Jazz Podium, 21/4 (Apr.1972), p. 104-105 (F)

Peter Schulze: Free Jazz ohne Publikum, in: Jazz Podium, 21/9 (Sep.1972), p. 15-17 (F/I)

NN: Free-Jazz-Förderung, in: Der Spiegel, 19.Mar.1973, p. 137 (short F/I) [digi.copy]

D. Pennequin: Onze Européens parlent de leur musique. Peter Brötzmann, in: Jazz Magazine, #220 (1974), p. 19-21

Gérard Rouy: Brötzmann-Mangelsdorff (Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, in: Jazz Magazine, #220 (1974), p. 4-5

Alfred König: Podium Jam Session. Brötzmann “Einheitsfrontlied”, in: Jazz Podium, 23/1 (Jan.1974), p. 27 (letter)

Werner Panke: A Portrait of Peter Brötzmann, in: Jazz Forum, #38 (Dec.1975), p. 46-48 (F/I)

Peter Brötzmann & Jost Gebers: Free Jazz und Kinder, in: Jost Gebers (ed.): For Example. Workshop Freie Musik 1969-1978. Photographs, Documents, Statements, Analyses, Berlin 1978 [book/LP booklet: FMP/Free Music Production], p. 21 (“I”)

Peter Brötzmann: 10mal Spaß und Musik / Ten Times Fun and Music, in: Jost Gebers (ed.): For Example. Workshop Freie Musik 1969-1978. Photographs, Documents, Statements, Analyses, Berlin 1978 [book/LP booklet: FMP/Free Music Production], p. 126a-127a (“I”)

H. Lukas Lindenmaier: Peter Brötzmann. Interview, in: Cadence, 4/10 (Oct.1978), p. 3, 5-7, 20, 22 (I) [digi.copy]

Werner Panke: Ohne Kompromiß. Weg mit den Jugendsünden des Jazz!, in: Fono Forum, 10/1979, p. 56-57

John Fordham: Storm, in: John Fordham: Shooting from the Hip. Changing Tunes in Jazz, London 1996 [book: Kyle Cathie Limited], p. 83-84 (C; Reprint, from: The Guardian, Oct.1980)

Bert Noglik: Peter Brötzmann, in: Bert Noglik: Jazz-Werkstatt International, Berlin 1981 [book], p. 190-211 (I)

Bernd Ogan: Peter Brötzmann Trio. Aggressivität und Nuancenreichtum, in: Jazz Podium, 30/3 (Mar.1981), p. 22-23

Philippe Haller: Jazz en direct. Peter Brötzmann, in: Jazz Magazine, #296 (Apr.1981), p. 14-15 (C)

Werner Panke: Brötzmann-Schönenberg. Unüberhörbare Annäherungen, in: Jazz Podium, 31/2 (Feb.1982), p. 19

Bernd Ogan: Peter Brötzmann Trio. Überraschende, unkalkulierbare Variationen und Spielarten, in: Jazz Podium, 31/5 (May 1982), p. 25

Peter Kostakis: Peter Brötzmann & Harry Miller & Louis Moholo – “Opened, But Hardly Touched” (FMP), in: Down Beat, 50/4 (Apr.1983), p. 30-32 (R)

Peter Brötzmann: Pieces for Reed-Instruments Solo, Berlin 1984 [sheet music: FMP/Free Music Production] (T)

H.D. Grünfeld: Interview mit Peter Brötzmann. Zu Kurz gekommen: die Klarinette, in: Jazz Podium, 33/11 (Nov.1984), p. 7-8 (I)

Steve Lake: Great Recordings. The Peter Brötzmann Octet – Machine Gun, in: The Wire, #13 (Mar.1985), p. 45 (F/R)

Bernd Ogan: Brötzmann/Hannes Bauer/Bennink (im Nürnberger Jazzstudio), in: Jazz Podium, 34/5 (May 1985), p. 19 (C)

D. Ilic: Peter Brötzmann – 14 Love Poems, in: The Wire, #23 (1986), p. 52 (R)

NN: Szene. Lärm pur von “Last Exit”, in: Der Spiegel, 19.May 1986, p. 185 (short F) [digi.copy]

Steve Lake: Last Exit. The Living End, in: The Wire, #29 (Jul.1986), p. 22-23, 25 (I with Peter Brötzmann, Bill Laswell, Ronald Shannon Jackson, Sonny Sharrock)

Werner Wenzel: Brötzmann – Harth. Offener Austausch, in: Jazz Podium, 35/8 (Aug.1986), p. 27 (C)

Ekkehard Jost: Sieben Wege, ins Freie zu gelangen. Peter Brötzmann: For Adolphe Sax [p. 99-102 (F/A)], Brötzmann – van Hove – Bennink [p. 121-134 (F/A)], in: Ekkehard Jost: Europas Jazz 1960-80, Frankfurt/Main 1987 [book]

Bill Shoemaker: Han Bennink & Peter Brötzmann. First Entrances and Last Exits, in: Down Beat, 54/1 (Jan.1987), p. 24-26 (F/I)

Bill Shoemaker: Peter Brötzmann & Bill Laswell – “Low Life” (Celluloid), in: Down Beat, 54/8 (Aug.1987), p. 40 (R)

Thomas Tang: Peter Brötzmann & Alfred Harth. Offener Austausch, in: Jazz Podium, 36/12 (Dec.1987), p. 31 (C) [digi.copy]

Michael Rüsenberg: Es ist nicht das Metall – Peter Brötzmann, in: Ekkehard Jost & Annette Hauber & Klaus Wolbert (Hgg.): That’s Jazz. Der Sound des 20. Jahrhunderts, Darmstadt 1988 [book], p. 685-687 (I)

James Brinsfield: Peter Brötzmann – “Last Exit” (Enemy); “The Noise of Trouble” (Enemy), in: Down Beat, 55/1 (Jan.1988), p. 27-28 (R)

Edward Jarvis: Tyskfrijazz lever och har hälsan, in: Orkester Journalen, 56/4 (Apr.1988), p. 31-33 (R: several records on FMP)

Ulrich Stock: Peter und Caspar Brötzmann. Nie schön. Der Vater macht Free Jazz, der Sohn Rockmusik, in: Die Zeit, 12.Aug.1988 (F/I) [vert.file]

Thomas Tang: Floros Floridis Meets Peter Brötzmann & Paul Lytton. Energy- and Power-Play, in: Jazz Podium, 38/5 (May 1989), p. 34 (C)

Steve Lake: Backgrounds + Reviews. Last Exit – A Lexicon of Lightning, in: Day In Day Out, #4 (1990), p. 35-36 (F/I)

Michael Scheiner: Das Jazz-Portrait. Peter Brötzmann, in: Jazz Zeitung, 15/2 (Feb.1990), p. 2-3 (F/I)

John Fordham: Cabaret for Elephants, in: John Fordham: Shooting from the Hip. Changing Tunes in Jazz, London 1996 [book: Kyle Cathie Limited], p. 226-227 (C; Reprint, from: The Guardian, Oct.1990)

Ekkehard Jost: Free Jazz. Peter Brötzmann – “Machine Gun” (BRO 2), in: Barry Kernfeld (ed.): The Blackwell Guide to Recorded Jazz, Cambridge/MA 1991 [book: Basil Blackwell]¸p. 413-415 (R)

Thomas Mießgang: Peter Brötzmann, in: Thomas Mießgang: Semantics. Neue Musik im Gespräch, Hofheim 1991 [book], p. 61-66 (I)

Thomas Tang: Peter Brötzmann zum 50. Einen kleinen Auschnitt aus einem kleinen Leben erzählen, in: Jazz Podium, 40/3 (Mar.1991), p. 10-12 (I)

Markus Müller: Nachrichten aus der Wirklichkeit. Die ganze Wahrheit in zwei Akten, in: Jazzthetik, 5/5 (May 1991), p. 16-23 (I)

Bert Noglik: Danke und guten Weg. Peter Brötzmann zum 50., in: Neue Zeitschrift für Musik, 152/6 (Jun.1991), p. 30-35 (F/I)

Peter Erik Hillenbach: Familienkrach. Portrait: Brötzmann & Brötzmann, in: Zeitmagazin, 27.Mar.1992, p. 46-48, 52 (F/I)

Gérard Rouy: Jazz en direct. Peter Brötzmann, in: Jazz Magazine, #311 (Oct.1992), p. 6 (C)

Thomas Tang: Peter Brötzmann. Film-Portrait ist meine Sprache, in: Jazz Podium, 42/1 (Jan.1993), p. 29 (C)

John Corbett: Machine Gun Etiquette, in: The Wire, #108 (Feb.1993), p. 42-43, 46-47 (I) [digi.copy]

Gary Parker Chapin: Brötzmann / Van Hove / Bennink plus Albert Mangelsdorff – “Live in Berlin ’71” (FMP CD 34/35), in: Coda, #253 (Jan/Feb.1994), p. 25 (R) [digi.copy]

Manu Holterbach, Jérome Noetinger & Pascal Kobert: Peter Brötzmann, in: Revue & Corrigée, #22 (Dec.1994), p. 20-21 (I)

Bert Noglik: Peter Brötzmann Quartet, in: Jazzfest Berlin ’95, Berlin 1995 [program], p. 58-59 (F)

Gudrun Edel-Rösnes: Peter Brötzmann. När det låter runt, starkt och skönt – då tycker jag om det, in: Gränslöst, #1 (May 1995), p. 12-16 (I)

Peter Kemper: Behutsamer Berserker. Peter Brötzmann als unermüdlicher Prophet des freien Jazz, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 12.Sep.1995 (F/C) [vert.cile]

Chema Chacón: Peter Brötzmann, in: Margen (Spain), #8 (Winter 1996/1997), p. 39 (F)

Wolfram Knauer: Emanzipation wovon? Zum Verhältnis des amerikanischen und des deutschen Jazz in den 50er und 60er Jahren, in: Wolfram Knauer (Hg.): Jazz in Deutschland, Hofheim 1996 [book], p. 141-157 (F)

Gérard Rouy: Peter Brötzmann. Le free explosif, in: Jazz Actuel, #3 (Apr.1996), p. 4-5 (I)

Ssirus W. Pakzad & Christian Stolberg: Könner an der Kanne, in: WOM Journal, Aug.1996, p. 40 (short F)

Franck Médioni & Alexandre Pierrepont & Gérard Rouy: Albert Ayler. Message reçu, in: Jazz Magazine, #462 (Sep.1996), p. 34 (short I über Albert Ayler)

Jörg Fischer: “Unser Kopf ist rund, damit das Denken die Richtung ändern kann”. Zur stilistischen Entwicklung Han Benninks unter besonderer Berücksichtigung von Einflüssen aus den bildenden Künsten, Mainz 1997 [Examensarbeit], p. 30-31 (A: Brötzmann/van Hove/Bennink: “Balls”, 1970); p. 50-51 (A: Brötzmann/van Hove/Bennink); p. 54-61 (A: Das Spielen mit verschiedenen Idiomen bei Brötzmann/van Hove/Bennink); p. 70-71 (A: “Schwarzwaldfahrt”); passim (F)

Kouichi Ohshima: Peter Brötzmann Discography, Tokyo 1997 [book: Improvised Company] (D)

Gérard Rouy: Les tendres violences de Peter Brötzmann, in: Jazz Magazine, #470 (May 1997), p. 38-39 (I)

Marcello Lorrai: Peter Brötzmann vecchio ragazzo free, in: Musica Jazz, 53/7 (Jul.1997), p. 28-30, 32 (I)

Felix Klopotek: Peter Brötzmann. Saxophonsoloaufnahmen sind heute keine Besonderheiten mehr…, in: Jazzthetik, 11/9 (Sep.1997), p. 52-55 (F/I)

Adam Strider: Peter Brötzmann. Two Nights in New York City, in: Stridernews, #5 (Jul.1998), p. 6-7 (C)

Patrik Landolt: Peter Brötzmann. Genie des Dilettanten. Das große Donnern und der lange Nachhall, in: DU, Jul.1998, p. 70-72 (F)

Bruce Carnevale: Common Currencies. For European jazz musicians bent on freedom and independence, cultural exchange has led to a new definition of terms, in: Jazziz, 15/9 (Sep.1998), p. 116-117 (F/short I with Evan Parker, Peter Kowald, Peter Brötzmann)

Harald Hult: Öppna Öron. Peter Brötzmann, in: Gränslöst, 4/3 (Sep.1998), p. 36-38 (BT: George Lewis: Ice Cream”; Bose Wärmell: “The Golden View”; Don Cherry & Bernt Rosengren: “Brotherhood Suite II”; Anthony Dalgas: “Manes Begoglou”; Ethnic Heritage Ensemble: “Afro Slick”; David Ware: “Blues for a Change”; Lennie Tristano: “Ghost of a Chance”; John Russell & Roger Turner: “Romney Marsh”)

Wolf Kampmann: Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet, in: Jazz Fest Berlin ’99, Berlin 1999 [program booklet], p. 22-23 (F)

Bruce Carnevale: Auditions. Peter Brötzmann – “The Chicago Octet/Tentet” (Okla Disk), in: Jazziz, 16/1 (Jan.1999), p. 60 (F/R)

Reiner Kobe: Die Like a Dog Quartet – “Little Birds Have Fast Hearts” (FMP), in: Jazz Podium, 48/1 (Jan.1999), p. 68 (R)

Bob Rusch: Peter Brötzmann Review, in: Cadence, 25/2 (Feb.1999), p. 5-7 (I)

James Hale: Brötzmann 1998, in: Coda, #284 (Mar/Apr.1999), p. 12-14 (F/R)

Sam Prestianni: Peter Brötzmann’s Die Like a Dog Quartet – “Little Birds Have Fast Hearts, No. 1” (FMP), in: Jazziz, 16/3 (Mar.1999), p. 71 (R)

Steven A. Loewy: Peter Brötzmann Unmasked. Leader of the Pack, in: Coda, #284 (Mar/Apr.1999), p. 8-12 (F/I)

Ben Watson: Peter Brötzmann’s Die Like a Dog Quartet – “Little Birds Have Fast Hearts, Volume Two” (FMP), in: Jazziz, 16/7 (Jul.1999), p. 81, 83 (R)

Carina Prange: Peter Brötzmann. Wanderer dies- und jenseits der Grenzen, in: Jazz Podium, 48/10 (Oct.1999), p. 30-31 (I)

John Corbett: Machine Gunners. Evan Parker / Peter Brötzmann, in: Down Beat, 66/10 (Oct.1999), p. 40-44 (F/I); response, by Matt Banash, in: Down Beat, 66/12 (Dec.1999), p. 12 (letter)

Jon C. Morgan: Iron Lungs. After four decades of intense activity, Peter Brötzmann’s spirit is undiminished, in: The Wire, #188 (Oct.1999), p. 26-29 (F/I)

Klaus Mümpfer: Solokonzertreihe der Jazz-Fabrik Rüsselsheim mit Mangelsdorff, Schlippenbach, Brötzmann, in: Jazz Podium, 48/11 (Nov.1999), p. 40 (C)

Mark Greenaway: Peter Brötzmann. Nipples Out Again, in: Avant, #17 (fall 2000), p. 25 (F)

Mike Heffley: Northern Sun, Southern Moon. Identity, Improvisation, and Idiom in Freie Musik Produktion, Middletown/CT 2000 [PhD thesis: Wesleyan University], passim, especially p. 568-571, 583-584, 590-591, p. 676-721 (F/I), p. 1332-1334 (A: “Die Like a Dog”, p. 1335-1337 (A: “For Adolphe Sax”) [digi.copy]

Steve Kulak: Dying Like a Dog. Inside the mind of God: Sunday Morning, Frankfurt, with the Peter Brötzmann Quartet, in: Avant, #14 (Winter 2000), p. 6-9 (F)

Patrick Hughes: Peter Brötzmann’s Die Like a Dog Quartet featuring Roy Campbell – “From Valley to Valley” (Eremite), in: Jazziz, 17/3 (Mar.2000), p. 66-67 (R)

John Corbett: Freeways. A Tour Diary from the Improvised Road with the Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet Plus Two, in: Down Beat, 67/10 (Oct.2000), p. 36-39 (F)

Amiri Baraka: Peter Brötzmann Sextet & Quartet – “Nipples” (Unheard Music Series/Atavistic), in: Jazz Times, 30/10 (Dec.2000), p. 148 (R)

Jon Andrews: Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet – “Stone/Water” (Okadisk); Peter Brötzmann Sextet/Quartet – “Nipples” (UMS/ALP), in: Down Beat, 67/12 (Dec.2000), p. 76, 78 (R) [digi.copy]

Dan Warburton: On Location. Peter Brötzmann’s Chicago Tentet, Banlieue Bleue Festival, Paris, in: Signal to Noise, #22 (summer 2001), p. 39 (C)

Hannes Schweiger: Peter Brötzmann. Much to Say, in: Jazz Live, 131 (2001), p. 8 (F/I)

Serge Perrot: Peter Brötzmann, in: ImproJazz, #71 (Jan.2001), p. 4-5 (I)

Gérard Rouy: Peter Brötzmann, le colosse de Wuppertal, in: Jazz Magazine, #512 (Feb.2001), p. 24-25 (F/I)

Phil Freeman: Peter Brötzmann Group – “Fuck de Boere” (Atavistic), in: Jazziz, 18/8 (Aug.2001), p. 50 (R)

Andreas Felber: Peter Brötzmann. Teatime in Wuppertal, in: Jazzthetik, 15/11 (Nov.2001), p. 46-48, 50-51 (I) [xerox in vert.file]

Gérard Rouy: Peter Brötzmann, 60 ans saxophoniste, in: Jazz Magazine, #520 (Nov.2001), p. 34-35 (F/I)

Felix Klopotek: Peter Brötzmann, Gregor Hotz. One That Stood Alone, in: Felix Klopotek: How They Do It. Free Jazz, Improvisation und Niemandsmusik, Mainz 2002 [book: Ventil], p. 45-50 (F)

Klaus Mümpfer: Brötzmann-Sommer. Leidenschaftliche Verausgabung, in: Jazz Podium, 51/1 (Jan.2002), p. 43 (C)

Mitch Myers: Peter Brötzmann – “Fuvk de Boere” (Unheard Music/Atavistic); Haaz & Company – “Unlawful Noise” (Unheard Music/Atavistic), in: Down Beat, 69/1 (Jan.2002), p. 73 (R)

Andreas Felber: Der unbezähmbare Realo. Die kultige Sturheit des Peter Brötzmann, in: Jazz Zeit, #30 (Jul/Aug.2002), p. 8 (F/I)

Peter Margasak: Peter Brötzmann, in: Down Beat, 69/9 (Sep.2002), p. 17 (C)

Phil Freeman: Peter Brötzmann Trio – “For Adolphe Sax” (Atavistic), in: Jazziz, 19/10 (Oct.2002), p. 65 (R)

Marc Chénard: Brötzmann + 9 = Wild Nights at the Casa, Casa del Popolo, Montreal, in: Coda, #306 (Nov/Dec.2002), p. 27-28 (C)

Clifford Allen: Peter Brötzmann, in: All About Jazz, #13 (May 2003), p. 5, 17 (I)

Michael Rosenstein: Peter Brötzmann, Four CDs, in: Coda, #309 (May/Jun.2003), p. 23-24 (R)

Bill Shoemaker: Peter Brötzmann & William Parker & Hamid Drake – “Never Too Late but Always Too Early” (Eremite); Peter Brötzmann Die Like a Dog Quartet – “Aoyama Crows” (FMP); Peter Brötzmann Sextet/Quartet – “More Nipples” (Unheard Music Series/FMP Archive Edition), in: Jazz Times, 33/7 (Sep.2003), p. 108 (R)

Georg Kleinert: Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet, in: Jazzclub Magazin (Karlsruhe), 18/4 (Sep/Oct.2003), p. 7 (F: concert preview)

Jérôme Baboulène: Eric Dolphy. L’outrepasseur. La jazz dans la troisième dimension, in: Jazz Magazine, #552 (Oct.2004), p. 18-23 (F/short I with Peter Brötzmann, Denis Colin, Han Bennink, Mats Gustafsson, Joe McPhee, Misha Mengelberg, Evan Parker, Michel Portal, Louis Sclavis, Jef Sicard, Ken Vandermark, Otomo Yoshihide, Mike Zwerin)

Chris Kelsey: Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet – “Signs” (Okkadisk), in: Jazz Times, 34/10 (Dec.2004), p. 125-126 (R)

David Borgo: Sync or Swarm. Improvising Music in a Complex Age, New York 2005 [book: Continuum], passim (F/A)

Mike Heffley: Northern Sun / Southern Moon. Europe’s Reinvention of Jazz, New Haven 2005 [book: Yale University Press], passim; especially p. 137-145 (F: chapter “Peter Brötzmann (Improvisation)” [digi.copy]; “The ’68ers”); p. 265-266 (F/I: chapter “Peter Brötzmann”) [digi.copy]

Ralf Dombrowski: Basis-Diskothek Jazz, Stuttgart 2005 [book: Reclam], p. 31-32 (R: “Machine Gun”, FMP); reprint, in: Ralf Dombrowski: Basis-Diskothek Jazz, Stuttgart 4/2011 [book: Reclam], p. 35-36 (R)

Thomas Loewner: Peter Brötzmann, in: Peter Niklas Wilson (ed.): Jazz Klassiker, Stuttgart 2005 [book: Reclam], p. 659-666 (F)

Ulfert Goeman: Trio Sonore. Überzeugt mit freiem Spiel, in: Jazz Podium, 54/4 (Apr.2005), p. 40 (C)

Christian Broecking: Peter Brötzmann. Harte Arbeit Free Jazz, in: Jazz Thing, #61 (Nov/Jan.2005/2006), p. 78-79 (F/I)

E. Dieter Fränzel & Dietrich Rauschtenberger: Peter Brötzmann. “Wir hatten den Willen, so weit wie möglich zu gehen”, in: E. Dieter Fränzel & JAZZ AGe Wuppertal (eds.): sounds like whoopataal. Wuppertal in der Welt des Jazz, Essen 2006 [book: Klartext], p. 171-181 (I)

E. Dieter Fränzel & Heiner Bontrup: Peter Brötzmann, der Free Jazz und der Zeitgeist, in: E. Dieter Fränzel & JAZZ AGe Wuppertal (eds.): sounds like whoopataal. Wuppertal in der Welt des Jazz, Essen 2006 [book: Klartext], passim; especially p. 168-170 (F)

E. Dieter Fränzel & JAZZ AGe Wuppertal (eds.): sounds like whoopataal. Wuppertal in der Welt des Jazz, Essen 2006 [book: Klartext], passim (F)

Lloyd Peterson: Music and the Creative Spirit. Innovators in Jazz, Improvisation, and the Avant-Garde, Lanham/Md 2006 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 29-33, 43-55 (I)

Hans-Jürgen von Osterhausen: Musik und Bildende Kunst. Gemeinschaftsausstellung Peter Brötzmann / Han Bennink im Remscheid, in: Jazz Zeitung, 31/3 (Mar.2006), p. 4 (F)

Adam Olschewski: Poesie ist in Musik verwandelte Sprache. Freejazz-Veteran Peter Brötzmann hat sich mit dem Chicago Tentet dem Beatnik Kenneth Patchen zugewandt. Ein kleines Update über Jazz und Lyrik und ihre verschiedenen Annäherungen, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, 20.Apr.2006 (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Andreas Fellinger: Live! Gemütlichkeit unerwünscht. Peter Brötzmann Tentett, Alter Schlachthof Wels, in: FreiStil, #9 (Aug.2006), p. 11 (C)

Leif Wigh: På scen. Tre imponerande improvisatörer. Sonore, Ugglan, Stockholm, in: Orkester Journalen, 74/10 (Oct.2006), p. 22 (C)

Scott Verrastro: Peter Brötzmann Group – “Alarm” (Atavistic), in: Jazz Times, 37/1 (Feb.2007), p. 132 (R)

Thierry Lepin: Peter Brötzmann, l’insurgé, in: Jazzman, #138 (Sep.2007), p. 30-32 (F/I)

Christian Broecking: Wer auftreten will, muss Geld mitbringen. Peter Brötzmann im Gespräch über das Berliner Jazzfest, Exportsubventionen und seine Musik, in: Berliner Zeitung, 29.Oct.2007, p. 33 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Bill Meyer: Peter Brötzmann Chicago Tentet – “American Landscapes 1” (Okka Disk 12067); “American Landscapes 2” (Okka Disk 12068), in: Down Beat, 74/10 (Oct.2007), p. 82 (R: 3 1/2 stars; 4 stars)

Howard Reich: Brotzmann ignites fellow tentet players, in: Chicago Tribune, 3.Dec.2007 (C) [digi.copy]

Michael Jackson: Caught. Ten-Year Brötzmann Tentet Takes Chicago by Storm, in: Down Beat, 75/3 (Mar.2008), p. 22-23 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: Peter Brötzmann / Pal Nilssen – “Love”; Mats Gustafsson – “The Fat Is Gone” (Smalltown Superjazz), in: Eartrip, #1 (Mar.2008), p. 72-74 (R) [digi.copy]

Anders Lindén: Brötzmann Brölar, in: Orkester Journalen, 76/5 (Oct/Nov.2008), p. 26-27 (poem)

“swm”: Wie ein einziger kollektiver Urschrei. Enjoy Jazz: Debüt von Saxofonist Peter Brötzmanns Sextett Full Blast in der Alten Feuerwache, in: Mannheimer Morgen, 8.Nov.2008 (C) [digi.copy]

Daniel Spicer: Master Blaster. Until you’ve heard saxophonist Peter Brötzmann in the flesh you only can gain a partial sense of the primeval sound and sheer power of the free jazz German pioneer through listening to him on CD. For those who haven’t heard him live already, this month you’ll get the chance at the London Jazz Festival. Daniel Spicer talks to him about his motivations for playing the way he does and looks back at his seminal album ‘Machine Gun’ 40 years ago, in: Jazzwise, #125 (Nov.2008), p. 30-32 (F/I)

Hans-Jürgen Linke: Das Rudel. Peter Brötzmanns Full Blast in Mannheim, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, 8.Nov.2008 (C) [digi.copy]

Maxi Sickert: Was bleibt, sind die Bilder. Wertmüller, Brötzmann und Haino spielten im Quasimodo ihre Mitmusiker an die Wand, in: die tageszeitung, 8.Nov.2008 (C) [digi.copy]

Amiri Baraka: Digging. The Afro-American Soul of American Classical Music, Berkeley 2009 [book: University of California Press], p. 398-400 (F/R: chapter “Peter Brötzmann, ‘Nipples’, and Joe McPhee, ‘Nation Time'”)

Andrew Wright Hurley: The Return of Jazz. Joachim-Ernst Berendt and West German cultural change, New York 2009 [book: Berghahn Books], passim; especially p. 118-121 (F: chapter “Peter Brötzmann and the “Kaputtspiel” (Playing Things to Pieces)” / “‘Machine Gun’, Free Jazz, and Politics”)

Erik van den Berg: Han Bennink. De wereld als trommel, Amsterdam 2009 [book: Uitgeverij Thomas Rap], passim (F/I)

NN: Peter Brötzmann – “Berg- und Talfahrt. A Night in Sana’a” (ARM 02), in: [CD info], Nov.2009 (F) [digi.copy]

Uli Armbruster: Peter Brötzmann – “Berg- und Talfahrt / A Night in Sana’a / Live at ‘Deutsches Haus'” (ARM 02), in: [CD flyer], Nov.2009 (F) [digi.copy]

Galerie Epikur (ed.): Brötzmann. Arbeiten 1959-2010, Wuppertal 2011 [book: Galerie Epikur], passim (F/art work) [digi.copy]

Harald Kisiedu: “European Freedom”. Zum Verhältnis von Musik und Politik bei Peter Brötzmann, in: Wolfram Knauer (ed.): Albert Mangelsdorff. Tension / Spannung, Hofheim 2010 [book: Wolke Verlag], p. 141-155 (F) [digi.copy]

John Corbett: Chicago, Januar 2011 / January 2011, in: Galerie Epikur (ed.): Brötzmann. Arbeiten 1959-2010, Wuppertal 2011 [book: Galerie Epikur], p. 14-15 (F) [digi.copy]

Jürgen Arndt: Misha Mengelberg und Peter Brötzmann in improvisatorischen Dialogen zwischen Europa und den USA, in: Jazzforschung/jazz research, #42 (2010), p. 33-58 (F)

Marcello Lorrai: William Parker. Conversazioni sul jazz, Milano 2010 [book: Auditorium], passim (F)

Mike Pearson: Cardiff, Dezember 2010 / December 2010, in: Galerie Epikur (ed.): Brötzmann. Arbeiten 1959-2010, Wuppertal 2011 [book: Galerie Epikur], p. 16-17 (F) [digi.copy]

Peter Brötzmann: Personal Statement, in: Jost Gebers (ed.): FMP. Im Rückblick – In Retrospect. 1969-2010, Berlin/Wuppertal 2010 [book: FMP-Publishing], p. 11-16 (“I”/photos)

Ralf Dombrowski: Portrait Saxofon. Kultur, Praxis, Repertoire, Interpreten, Kassel 2010 [book: Bärenreiter], p. 51-52 (F: chapter “Stimmen Europas. Von Peter Brötzmann bis Jan Garbarek”); p. 99-100 (F: chapter “Peter Brötzmann. For Adolphe Sax”)

Susanne Buckesfeld: Die Kunst von Peter Brötzmann, in: Galerie Epikur (ed.): Brötzmann. Arbeiten 1959-2010, Wuppertal 2011 [book: Galerie Epikur], p. 9-11 (F); englisch translation as: The Art of Peter Brötzmann, in: Galerie Epikur (ed.): Brötzmann. Arbeiten 1959-2010, Wuppertal 2011 [book: Galerie Epikur], p. 12-13 (F) [digi.copy]

Dan Rule: No artificial ingredients. Jazz. In his playing as in his art, saxophonist and visual artist Peter Brotzmann is cutting through the claptrap, in: The Age (Melbourne), 1.May 2010, p. 21 (F/I: about his graphic work) [digi.copy]

NN: Hairy Bones, in: Sandra Costantini (ed.): Crossroads. Jazz e altro in Emilia Romagna, Italy, 27.Feb.2010 – 23.May 2010 [festival booklet], p. 22 (F: concert preview) [digi.copy]

Brent Burton: Peter Brötzmann – “Lost & Found” (FMP), in: Jazz Times, 40/2 (Mar.2010), p. 52-53 (R)

Bill Meyer: Sonore – “Call Before You Dig” (Okka Disk 12083), in: Down Beat, 77/4 (Apr.2010), p. 52 (R: 3 1/2 stars) [digi.copy]

Daniel Spicer: On Location. Peter Brötzmann, Café Oto, London, in: The Wire, #314 (Apr.2010), p. 81 (C)

John Fordham: 50 great moments in jazz. Peter Bröttmann’s Machine Gun. A trailblazing piece of free jazz that arrived in the revolutionary year of 1968 – and later found a fan in Bill Clinton, in: The Guardian, 22.Nov.2010 (F) [digi.copy]

Uli Kurth: The 4th Quarter of the Triad. Tony Oxley. Fünf Jahrzehnte improvisierter Musik, Hofheim 2011 [book: Wolke], passim, especially p. 159-162 (F)

Wolfram Knauer: Der europäische Free Jazz, in: Helga de la Motte-Haber & Lydia Rilling & Julia H. Schröder (Eds.): Dokumente zur Musik des 20. Jahrhunderts, Teil 2, Laaber 2011 [book: Laaber], p. 118-119 (F: about Rainer Blome’s “Ein neues Gesicht im Jazz. Peter Brötzmann”)

Julian Weber: Sie nennen ihn Machine Gun. Ausnahmemusiker. Er ist der radikalste Vertreter des Free Jazz – der Saxofonist Peter Brötzmann feiert seinen 70sten, in: die tageszeitung (TAZ), 5.Feb.2011 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Volker Lüke: Nicht mehr alle Tassen im Schrank. Peter Brötzmann im HAU, in: Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin), 9.Feb.2011 (C) [digi.copy]

Valeska von Dolega: Peter Brötzmann. Geburtstag eines Grenzgängers, in: Westdeutsche Zeitung, 4.Feb.2011 (F) [digi.copy]

Markus Schneider: Die Teutonische Axt. Dem großen Free-Jazz-Saxofonisten Peter Brötzmann zum 70. Geburtstag, in: Berliner Zeitung, 5./6.Mar.2011 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-Musiker Brötzmann stellt seine Bilder aus, in: Westdeutsche Zeitung, 10.Apr.2011 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: “Rage!” Un film de Bernard Josse en collaboration avec Gérard Rouy, in: [film info], 30.Apr.2011 (F) [digi.copy]

Alain Brunet: Peter Brötzmann. Un demi-siècle d’improvisation libre, in: , 21.May 2011 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Steven Lafortune: Le jazz expérimental en péril selon Peter Brötzmann, in: La Nouvelle Union (Canada), 21.May 2011 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Nate Chinen: A Kind of Orthodoxy Built on Improvisation, in: New York Times, 9.Jun.2011 (C) [digi.copy]

Valeska von Dolega: Ein Film über Peter Brötzmann. Die leisen Töne der Jazz-Ikone, in: Westdeutsche Zeitung, 16.Jun.2011 (F/I/Film-R: “Brötzmann”) [digi.copy]

Anders Lindén: Brötzmann brölar, in: Orkester Journalen, 79/3 (Jun/Aug.2011), p. 14-15 (poem)

Christian Broecking: Jazzpreis. Er hat wieder gebrötzt, in: Berliner Zeitung, 20.Sep.2011 (F) [digi.copy]

Dan Warburton: Soldier on the Road. Brötz on Film, in: The Wire, #331 (Sep.2011), p. 10 (Film-R) [digi.copy]

Ted Panken: Caught. Vision Fest Brings Brötzmann, New Combos Into Sight, in: Down Beat, 78/9 (Sep.2011), p. 17 (C) [digi.copy]

Gudrun Endress: Peter Brötzmann. Glauben an das, was man tut, in: Jazz Podium, 60/10 (Oct.2011), p. 3-4, 6, 8-9 (I) [digi.copy]

NN: Long Story Short. Brötzmann, in: [festival program], Wels, Austria, 3.-6.Nov.2011 (F) [digi.copy]

“pd” & Peewee Windmüller: Albert-Mangelsdorff-Preis (Deutscher Jazzpreis) 2011 an Peter Brötzmann, in: Jazz ‘n’ More, Nov/Dec.2011, p. 4 (short F)

Andreas Felber: Einen Peter Brötzmann braucht die Welt! Music Unlimited feierte Peter Brötzmann und sich selbst. Die Welser Dezibel-Festspiele gerieten Anfang November 2011 zum denkwürdigen Ereignis, in: Concerto, Dec/Jan.2011/2012, p. 36 (F)

Christoph J. Bauer: Brötzmann. Gespräche, Berlin 2012 [book: Posth Verlag], passim (“I”)

Josef Woodard: Peter Brötzmann. Perpetually Seeking Freedom, in: Down Beat, 79/1 (Jan.2012), p. 40-42, 44-45 (F/I with Peter Brötzmann, Evan Parker, Ken Vandermark, Peer Nilssen-Love) [digi.copy]

Wolfram Knauer & Dieter Mack & Klaus Walter & Armin Köhler: Zitat und Transkulturalität. Beispiele aus der Sicht des Beirats Musik, in: [Goethe-Institut, Protokoll], 4.Mar.2012 (F: Peter Brötzmann – Berg- und Talfahrt: A Night in Sana’a: Live) [digi.copy] {confidential; internal use only}

Shaun Brady: Full Blast & Friends – “Sketches and Ballads” (Trost), in: Jazz Times, 42/3 (Apr.2012), p. 60-61 (R)

Ben Ratliff: Generations United for Improvisation, Refined but Violent. Peter Brötzmann and Jason Adasiewicz at Le Poisson Rouge, in: new York Times, 6.Sep.2012 (C) [digi.copy]

Wolf Kampmann: Mauerpark. Fluchtpunkte. Kraftvoll interurban, in: Jazz Thing, #95 (Sep/Oct.2012), p. 27 (C)

Andrey Henkin: New York at Night. Peter Brötzmann & Jason Adasiewicz, in: New York City Jazz Record, #126 (Oct.2012), p. 5 (C) [digi.copy]

Jacek Slaski: Ein herrliches Gebrüll! Peter Prötzmann im Hau 2. Eine symbolträchtige Entscheidung. Peter Brötzmann, 71, Träger des Deutschen Jazzpreises, spielte mit seinem Chicago Tentet einen Tag nach dem Ende des diesjährigen Jazzfests, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, 6.Nov.2012 (C) [digi.copy]

Jacek Slaski: Ein herrliches Gebrüll! Peter Prötzmann mit seinem Chicago tentet im Hau 2, in: Berliner Zeitung, 7.Nov.2012 (C) [digi.copy]

Alain Drouot: Peter Brötzmann – “Solo + Trio Roma” (Victo 122/123), in: Down Beat, 79/11 (Nov.2012), p. 65 (R: 4 stars) [digi.copy]

Daniel Spicer: The Primner. In the second part of our Peter Brötzmann special, Daniel Spicer provides a user’s guide to the veteran saxophonist’s crucial recordings, in: The Wire, #345 (Nov.2012), p. 46-52 (F) [digi.copy]

Daniel Spicer: The Visual Primer. A guide to the art of Peter Brötzmann, in: The Wire, #345 (Nov.2012), p. 53 (F) [digi.copy]

David Keenan: Last Man Standing. Peter Brötzmann is a legend in his own lifetime – at the age of 71 he remains one of the most uncompromising and catalytic figures in Europe’s postwar free music avant garde. In the forst of a two part special, David Keenan meets the saxophonist and visual artist at his home in Wuppertal to hear about some of the forces and experiences that have shaped his total synthesis of life, music and art over more than four decades, in: The Wire, #345 (Nov.2012), p. 38-45 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Willy Theobald: Culture Club. Ist Free Jazz heilbar? Was soll das Theater, wo spielt die Musik? Unser Experte weist den Weg durch den Kulturbetrieb der nächsten Woche. Diesmal: Die Free-Jazz-Legende Peter Brötzmann, in: Financial Times Deutschland, 3.Dec.2012 (F) [digi.copy]

Henrik Günther: Peter Brötzmann: “Wir sind dabei, einzuschlafen”. Der Jazz-Musiker stellte im Café Ada an der Wiesenstraße sein neues Buch vor, in: Westdeutsche Zeitung, 16.Dec.2012 (F/I) [digi.copy]

David Keenan: Last Man Still Standing. We so enjoyed David Keenan’s interview with peter Brötzmann in last month’s issue, that when we found out he had extracted it from a 35,000 word transcript, we asked him to write up part two from the best of the outtakes, in: The Wire, #346 (Dec.2012), p. 32-37 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Daniel Spicer: After the storm – Peter Brötzmann calls time on Chicago Tentet, in: Jazzwise, #172 (Mar.2013), p. 8 (F/I: announces end of tentet) [digi.copy]

Daniel Spicer: Brötzmann / Edwards / Noble, The Green Door Store, Brighton, in: Jazzwise, #172 (Mar.2013), p. 58 (C) [digi.copy]

Jürg Solothurnmann: “Es gibt keine Freundlichkeiten, es gibt nur Musik.” Jürg Solothurnmann über das neue Buch “Brötzmann – Gespräche” von Christoph J. Bauer und Peter Brötzmann, in: Jazz ‘n’ More, Mar/Apr.2013, p. 28 (B) [digi.copy]

Mats Guistafsson: Vaxdax. I örat på en discaholic, in: Orkester Journalen, 81/2 (Apr/May 2013), p. 46-47 (F: early FMP releases)

Peter Margasak: Peter Brötzmann Creates Strong Global Legacy. “Long Story Short” (Trost 112); “Boneshaper” (Trost 113); Exit!” (Rune Grammofon 2138); “Provoke” (Clean Feed 273), in: Down Beat, 80/5 (May 2013), p. 51 (R: 4 1/2 stars; 4 stars; 4 stars; 4 stars) [digi.copy]

Steve Greenlee: “Long Story Short. Curated by Peter Brötzmann”, in: Jazz Times, 43/4 (May 2013), p. 70 (R)

Simon Leth Stolzenbach: Peter Brötzmann. Skamfuld saxofon fra Tyskland, in: Jazz Special, #133 (Jun/Jul.2013), p. 84-87 (F/I)

Olaf Maikopf: Peter Brötzmann Jubiläum in Wels 2011, in: Jazzthetik, 27/7-8 (Jul/Aug.2013), p. 75 (F/R) [digi.copy]

Olivier Ledure: Peter Brötzmann. Un instant chaviré, Montreuil, in: ImproJazz, #200 (Nov/Dec.2013), p. 47-48 (C)

Michael Jackson: Brötzmann / Noble – “I Am Here Where Are You” (Trost 122), in: Down Beat, 80/12 (Dec.2013), p. 85 (R: 4 stars) [digi.copy]

Oliver Augst: Ab Goldap. Rüdiger Carl im Gespräch mit Oliver Augst, Frankfurt/Main 2014 [book: weissbooks], passim (F) [digi.copy]

Peter Brötzmann & Gérard Rouy: We Thought We Could Change the World. Conversations with Gérard Rouy, Hofheim 2014 [book: Wolke Verlag], passim (“I”)

Rainer Bratfisch: Jazz in Berlin, Berlin 2014 [book: Nicolai Verlag], passim (F)

Reiner Kobe: “Brötzmann Conversations with Gérard Rouy. We Thought We Could Change the World”, in: Jazz Podium, 67/6 (Jun.2014), p. 60 (B) [digi.copy]

Ted Panken: The 80 Coolest Things in Jazz Today. Global Jazz. Peter Brötzmann, in: Down Beat, 81/7 (Jul.2014), p. 50 (short F) [digi.copy]

Jazz Index: Albert Mangelsdorff

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Jazz Index – created on 13. August 2014

The following bibliographical information is drawn from periodicals and books present in the archive of the Jazzinstitut Darmstadt. Our extensive periodical collection comprises more than 55,000 issues of some 1,050 jazz periodicals. Close to two-thirds of the collection has been indexed.

Following the more recent entries are abbreviations denoting the nature of the material in the respective articles. These symbols are:

[A] = analytical remarks
[B] = extensive book review
[BT] = blindfold test
[C] = concert review
[D] = discography
[F] = feature article
[I] = interview
[“I”] = article written by the respective musician himself
[N] = (very short) news item
[O] = obituary
[R] = extensive record review
[T] = transcription

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Mangelsdorff, Albert (tbn * b: 5.Sep.1928, Frankfurt am Main/Germany; d: 25.Jul.2005, Frankfurt am Main/Germany; Lexikon: Feather [1958]; Feather [1960]; Companion [1987]; New Grove [1988]; rororo [1988]; Reclam [1989]; Dictionnaire [1988,1995]; Komponisten [1995]; MusicHound [1999]; Rough Guide [1999]; vertical file: Dieter GLAWISCHNIG [1998]; Albert MANGELSDORFF [1969;1978;1985-1988;1991-2005])

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Martin Kunzler (compiler): Albert Mangelsdorff, article collection for his entry in “ro ro ro Jazz Lexikon”, 1950s to 1980s (F) [digi.copy]

“hoe”: Jazzfestival in Willisau, in: Darmstädter Echo, 29.Jul.1975 (short F: concert preview: Albert Mangelsdorff Quartet) [digi.copy]

NN: Breaks. Leonard Feather, in: Der Drummer, 8/1954, p. 6 (N: Feather calls Mangelsdorff, Koller, Domnerus, Deuchar, Jaspar, Michelot excellent musicians who could play in any US name band) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-Echo war dabei, in: Jazz-Echo, Jul.1954, p. 47 (N/photo: with Hans Koller) [digi.copy]

Ernest Borneman: From Frankfurt, Columnist Ernest Borneman describes A cellar club where jazz stars play for free, in: Melody Maker, 30/1092 (21.Aug.1954), p. 3, 8 (F: Domicile of Jazz; Albert Mangelsdorff, Emil Mangelsdorff, Jutta Hipp, Carlo Bohländer, Harry Schell, Karl Sanner) [digi.copy]

K.B.: “Unser Albert”, in: vierViertel, 8/8 [Jazz Revue, 5/8] (Aug.1954), p. iv-v (F)

Ernest Borneman: Jazz in Germany, in: Jazz-Echo, Nov.1954, p. 42-44 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: … kurz berichtet…, in: Der Drummer, 9/1955, p. 9 (N: records for US label) [digi.copy]

NN: … kurz berichtet…, in: Der Drummer, 10/1955, p. 8 (N: plans new quintet) [digi.copy]

NN: Hans Koller und Albert Mangelsdorff wurden als “Musiker des Jahres” gewählt, in: Jazz-Echo, Jan.1955, p. 1 (N/photo: cover) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News, in: Jazz-Echo, Jan.1955, p. 44 (N: tour through South Germany plus Jutta Hipp Quintet, Two Beat Stompers) [digi.copy]

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Hot, #97 (Mar.1955), p. 15-16 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Baden-Baden, in: Jazz-Echo, Mar.1955, p. 47 (C: Kurt Edelhagen Orchestra with Hans Koller, Albert Mangelsdorff) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Deutschland, in: Jazz-Echo, Jun.1955, p. 43 (N: concert in Koblenz) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz News. Amerika, in: Jazz-Echo, Nov.1955, p. 43 (N: record issued in USA on Angel label) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Deutschland, in: Jazz-Echo, Oct.1956, p. 47 (N: tour “Jazz 1956 – History of Jazz”) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News, in: Jazz-Echo, May 1957, p. 47 (N: German tour of Frankfurt All Stars) [digi.copy]

Pete Schmidt: Am Stateside gemessen. Joki, Albert & Co., in: Jazz Podium, 6/8 (Aug.1957), p. 11 (C) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Blindfold Test. Al Mangles, in: Down Beat, 25/19 (1958), p. 45 (BT) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Europa, in: Jazz-Echo, Mar.1958, p. 48 (N: not accepted by German tour manager as supporting act for the Modern Jazz Quartet) [digi.copy]

“DJF”: Albert Mangelsdorff fährt nach Newport, vertritt Deutschland im “Turmbau-zu-Babel-Orchester”, in: Schlagzeug, 3/9 (May 1958), p. 8 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: “Joki Freund / Albert Mangelsdorff Sextett” (Brunswick 10 804 EPB), in: Jazz-Echo, May 1958, p. 45 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: A. Mangelsdorff beim Newport-Festival. Vertreter Deutschlands beim amerikanischen Jazz-Festival, in: Westjazz, 3/33 (May 1958), p. 3 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Albert Mangelsdorff spielt in Newport!, in: Jazz-Echo, May 1958, p. 40 (short F/copy of telegram announcing Mangelsdorff selection for the International Youth Orchestra) [digi.copy]

Eric T. Vogel: “Ich habe nicht viel Neues gelernt!” Unterhaltung mit Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium, 7/8 (Aug.1958), p. 160 (I) [digi.copy]

Albert Mangelsdorff: Wir spielten mit Satchmo. Albert Mangelsdorff berichtet aus Newport, in: Schlagzeug, 3/13 (Sep.1958), p. 7, 25 (“I”) [digi.copy]

Albert Mangelsdorff: Sam Session, in: Schlagzeug, 3/14 (Oct.1958), p. 12 (“I”: letter) [digi.copy]

NN: Albert Mangelsdorff plays Opa Hirchleitner, in: Schlagzeug, 3/16 (Dec.1958), p. 4 (N) [digi.copy]

Lawrence Gushee: Newport 1958. The International Youth Band, in: Jazz Review, 2/3 (1959), p. 27-28 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Opa Hirchleitner-Story nunmehr musikalisch, in: Jazzpress, 2/1 (12.Jan.1959), p. 2 (F) [digi.copy]

“gr”: Jazz im Konzertsaal, in: Darmstädter Echo, 24.Feb.1959 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Mangelsdorff-Jazztet in San Remo, in: Jazzpress, 2/6 (16.Feb.1959), p. 2 (N) [digi.copy]

“Schi.”: Die gelassene Sieben. Das Albert-Mangelsdorff-Septett in der Stadthalle, in: Darmstädter Echo, 2.Mar.1959 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: Bundesjugendkonferenz des DGB eröffnet mit Jazz, in: Jazzpress, 2/12 (30.Mar.1959), p. 3 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Hans Koller Jazz Stars – “The New Hans Koller Jazz Stars featuring Albert Mangelsdorff” (Brunswick 10 811 EPB), in: Westjazz, 4/41 (Mar.1959), p. 7 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Oberbürgermeister für Jazz, in: Jazzpress, 2/11 (23.Mar.1959), p. 2 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Deutscher Jazz in Italien, in: Schlagzeug, #20 (Apr.1959), p. 5 (N: San Remo Festival) [digi.copy]

NN: Deutscher Jazz in Italien, in: Schlagzeug, #21 (May 1959), p. 4 (N: Mangelsdorff in San Remo) [digi.copy]

NN: Breaks, in: Schlagzeug, #22 (Jun.1959), p. 14 (N: plays for German union) [digi.copy]

NN: Stu Hamer bei Mangelsdorff, in: Schlagzeug, 4/8 (Aug.1959), p. 5 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-Ensemble des Hess. Rundfunks, Albert Mangelsdorff Jazztet, in: Berliner Jazz-Programm, Sep/Oct.1959, p. 3 (F: concert preview) [digi.copy]

NN: Albert Mangelsdorff – “A Ball with Al” (Philips 423 277 PE), in: Schlagzeug, #27 (Nov.1959), p. 32 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Die Opa Hirchleitner Story, musikalisch illustriert, in: Schlagzeug, #27 (Nov.1959), p. 8 (N/photo) [digi.copy]

NN: “Die Opa Hirchleitner Story” (Brunswick 10 815 EPB), in: Schlagzeug, #28 (Dec.1959), p. 31 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Albert Mangelsdorff besetzt um, in: Jazz Podium, 9/2 (Feb.1960), p. 28 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: Überraschung bei Mangelsdorff, in: Schlagzeug, #30 (Feb.1960), p. 4 (short F: changes in Mangelsdorff band: Bent Jaedig replaces Stu Hamer; Hartwig Bartz replaces Rudi Sehring) [digi.copy]

Dieter Zimmerle: Das Mangelsdorff-Quintett wieder neu, in: Jazz Podium, 9/4 (Apr.1960), p. 80 (F) [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Dohl: Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium, 10/4 (Apr.1961), p. 101-102 (F) [digi.copy]

Dieter Zimmerle: jazz pur und gemixt. Rückschau auf den Deutschen Jazz-Salon Berlin 1961, in: Jazz Podium, 10/6 (Jun.1961), p. 152-155 (C: European All Stars, Klaus Doldinger, Rolf Kühn, Attila Zoller, Helmut Brandt, Roland Kovac, Johannes Rediske, Joki Freund, Albert Mangelsdorff, Hans Koller [as painter], others) [digi.copy]

“Schi”: Atemberaubende Jazz-Phrasierung. Mangelsdorff, Grappelly, Auer spielen in Darmstadt, in: Darmstädter Echo, 5.Dec.1961 (C) [digi.copy]

P. Adler: A Juan-les-Pins. Petit Festival, Grande Semaine, in: Jazz Hot, 28/180 (1962), p. 7 (C)

Albert Mangelsdorff: Jazz in Deutschland. Gestern und heute, in: Jazz Podium, 11/1 (Jan.1962), p. 7-9 (“I”) [digi.copy]

NN: Albert Mangelsdorff schwer geschädigt, in: Jazz Podium, 11/2 (Feb.1962), p. 31 (short F: instrument stolen) [digi.copy]

NN: Zuerst Mangelsdorff – dann Hampel, in: Jazz Podium, 11/7 (Jul.1962), p. 159 (N: German tour) [digi.copy]

NN: Albert Mangelsdorff spielte für Atlantic, in: Jazz Podium, 11/9 (Sep.1962), p. 199 (short F: with John lewis) [digi.copy]

Edward A. Podesta: John Lewis & Albert Mangelsdorff & The Zagreb Jazz Quintet – “Animal Dance” (Atlantic 1402), in: Jazz [USA], 3/6 (Oct.1964), p. 18 (R) [digi.copy]

Albert Mangelsdorff: Neue Schallplatten, in: Jazz-Bulletin [Deutsche Jazz Föderation], #1 (Mar.1963), p. 4-6 (“I”: record reviews of: Modern Jazz Quartet, “The Comedy; Horace Parlan Quintet, “On the spur of the moment”; John Coltrane, “Die neue Welle im Jazz”; Sonny Rollins & Co., “The Bridge”; Shelly Manne & Bill Evans, “Empathy”) [digi.copy]

NN: Auslandstournee des Mangelsdorff Quintetts, in: Jazz Podium, 12/4 (Apr.1963), p. 76 (short F: Yugoslavia, Lyia, Egypt, Turkey) [digi.copy]

NN: Kurz notiert…, in: Jazz Podium, 12/5 (May 1963), p. 115 (N: jam session with Albert Mangelsdorff and others in Stuttgart) [digi.copy]

NN: In Kürze notiert. Albert Mangelsdorff Quintett, in: Showbusiness, 3/5 (15.Oct.1963), p. 5 (N: Asia tour planned) [digi.copy]

Horst Lippmann & Albert Mangelsdorff: Langersehnter Startschuß. Horst Lippmann beginnt CBS-Plattenserie mit deutschen Musikern, in: Jazz Podium, 12/10 (Oct.1963), p. 210-211 (F/”I”) [digi.copy]

NN: German Jazzmen to Go to Asia, in: Down Beat, 30/27 (10.Oct.1963), p. 11 (F) [digi.copy]

François-René Cristiani: Des Allemands mal soutenus ont manqué de feeling, in: Jazz Hot, #193 (Dec.1963), p. 15-16 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: German Jazz Group Thrills Local Fans, in: [Malaysian newspaper], 1964 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: Konzert des Monats. Albert Mangelsdorff Quintett, Frankfurt / Main, in: [concert info], 1964 (F: program leaflet for DDR tour) [digi.copy]

NN: Top German jazz group to play in Penang, in: [Manaysian newspaper], 1964 (F) [digi.copy]

Don DeMichael: Albert Mangelsdorff – “Tension” (CBS), in: Down Beat, 31/4 (13.Feb.1964), p. 29 (R) [digi.copy]

Gilbert M. Erskine: John Lewis & Albert Mangelsdorff / Zagreb Jazz Quartet – “Animal Dance” (Atlantic), in: Down Beat, 31/11 (7.May 1964), p. 28-29 (R)

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Jazz für den Fernen Osten. Asien-Tournee des Albert-Mangelsdorff-Quintetts, in: Jazz Podium, 13/6 (Jun.1964), p. 138-140 (F) [digi.copy]

Albert Mangelsdorff: Jazz für den fernen Osten, in: Jazz Podium, 13/7 (Jul.1964), p. 158-159 (“I”) [digi.copy]

NN: Now Jazz Ramwong. Asiatische Themen – aber Jazz à la Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium, 13/8 (Aug.1964), p. 192 (F/R) [digi.copy]

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Teutonic Tour. Through Asia with the Albert Mangelsdorff Quintet, in: Down Beat, 31/25 (10.Sep.1964), p. 13-15 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: S Albert Mangelsdorffem na Dálném východě, in: Melodie [CSSR], 2/10 (Oct.1964), p. 155-156 (F)

NN: Mangelsdorff Pierces Curtain, Takes Jazz to E. Germany, in: Down Beat, 31/30 (19.Nov.1964), p. 13 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium, 13/12 (Dec.1964), p. 298 (N: plans for East German Mangelsdorff release) [digi.copy]

Albert Mangelsdorff: Jazz Studio. Anleitung zur Improvisation für Posaune, Maint 1965 [book: Schott], passim (“I”: A/T)

Pete Welding: Albert Mangelsdorff – “Now Jazz Ramwong” (CBS), in: Down Beat, 32/3 (11.Feb.1965), p. 29-30 (R) [digi.copy]

Reginald Rudorf: Mangelsdorff kommt auch drüben an. Jazzquintett des Hessischen Rundfunks zum zweitenmal in Mitteldeutschland, in: Darmstädter Echo, 30.Jun.1965 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Newport Jazz Festival, in: Jazz Podium, 14/8 (Aug.1965), p. 196-198 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: German 5 Set for Scott Club, in: Melody Makr, 7.Aug.1965, p. 4 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Mangelsdorff. Now Europe Is Swinging, Too, in: Melody Maker, 21.Aug.1965, p. 6 (F/I) [digi.copy]

NN: Editorial. Bilder vom Newport Festival, inkl. Mangelsdorff, in: Sounds & Fury, 1/2 (Oct.1965), p. 12-20 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: Publishers Page. At Newport, in: Sounds & Fury, 1/2 (Oct.1965), p. 1-2 (+ cover) [digi.copy]

Misja Mengelberg: Albert Mangelsdorff Quitnet, in: Holland Festival, 1966 (F) [digi.copy]

“wd”: Ein Jazz-Konzert der Spitzenklasse. Das Albert-Mangelsdorff-Quintett gastierte in Darmstadts Stadthalle, in: Darmstädter Echo, 31.Jan.1966 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: Gastspiele und Tourneen mit Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium, 15/1 (Jan.1966), p. 4 (N: tour listing) [digi.copy]

Gérald Merceron: Albert Mangelsdorff en Angleterre, in: Jazz Hot, #217 (Feb.1966), p. 9 (C) [digi.copy]

“bora”: Das war deutscher Jazz Sound. Das Albert-Mangelsdorff-Quintett gastierte in Krefeld, in: Westdeutsche Zeitung, 1.Apr.1966 (C) [digi.copy]; reprint, in: Günter Holthoff & Mojo Mendiola (eds.): 50 Jahre Jazzkeller Krefeld, Krefeld 2008 [book: Leporello Verlag], p. 65 (C) [digi.copy]

Taylor Castell: Albert Mangelsdorff – Now Jazz Ramwong, in: Sounds & Fury, 2/2 (Apr.1966), p. 56 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz at the Opera. Jazz-Matinee in der Hamburgischen Staatsoper aus Anlaß der Oper “The Visitation” von Gunther Schuller, in: Hör Zu Black Label SHZE 802 BL [LP cover, liner notes], 1967 (F: Rolf Liebermann, Gunther Schuller, Albert Mangelsdorff, Dusko Goykovic, Rolf Kühn, Bent Jaedig, Ralph Hübner, Peter Trunk, John Eaton) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz in Deutschland 1967. Die Musiker. Albert Mangelsdorff Quintett, in: Jazz Podium, 16/3 (Mar.1967), p. 68 (F) [digi.copy]

“uli”: Mangelsdorff und Degenhardt. Konzert in der Darmstädter Stadthalle, in: Darmstädter Echo, 5.May 1967 (C) [digi.copy]

Joachim Ernst Berendt: J.E. Berendt’s Mai Jazz-Notizen. Die Kollegen sagen: Karlhanns Berger aus Heidelberg ist der beste Vibraphonist der Welt, in: Twen, May 1967, p. 140-141 (F: “summit meeting” Baden-Baden with Albert Mangelsdorf/Wolfgang Schoof Band, Rolf + Joachim Kühn Quartet, Eje Thelin/Barney Wilen Quartet) [digi.copy]

“we”: Nichts für ungeübte Ohren. Mangelsdorff-Konzert mit ausgesuchtem Cool-Jazz, in: Darmstädter Echo, 12.Jun.1967 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz News. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium, 17/3 (Mar.1968), p. 75 (N: concert in Belgium) [digi.copy]

NN: Platte des Monats. Albert Mangelsdorff – “Folk Mond & Flower Dream” (CBS), in: Jazz Podium, 17/3 (Mar.1968), p. 72 (R) [digi.copy]

Claus Schreiner: Albert Mangelsdorff Quintett, Marburg 1969 [program booklet; vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

Dieter Glawischnig: Motivische Arbeit im Jazz, in: Jazzforschung/jazz research, #1 (1969), p. 133-139 (A/T: “Blues du Domicile”)[digi.copy](F)

“ap”: Jazz und Turnen. Neue Impulse durch aktuelle Musik, in: Darmstädter Echo, 3.Feb.1969 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: Unter der Lupe. Ein weiterer Versuch. Jazz statt Jahn – Seltsamer Applaus, in: Darmstädter Echo, 4.Feb.1969 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz News, in: Jazz Podium, 18/3 (Mar.1969), p. 77 (N: tours Yugoslavia, France) [digi.copy]

Alan Heineman: Lee Konitz & Albert Mangelsdorff & Attila Zoller -“Zo-Ko-Ma” (MPS), in: Down Beat, 36/26 (25.Dec.1969), p. 30, 32 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Das neue Profil der deutschen Jazzmusiker. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium, 19/3 (Mar.1970), p. 88-92 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Mangelsdorff auf Europatournee, in: Jazz Podium, 19/4 (Apr.1970), p. 121 (N) [digi.copy]

R. Williams: Straight Ahead for Elvin (Mangelsdorff Quartet at the Expo, London), in: Melody Maker, 31.Oct.1970, p. 30 (C)

European Jazz Personalities. German Federal Republic, Part 1, in: Jazz Forum, #13/14 (Fall/Winter 1971), p. 113 (short F: biography) [digi.copy]

NN: the german all-stars 71. a music tour organized by the Goethe-Institut, München 1971 [program booklet: Goethe-Institut], p. 4 (F) [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Sandner: Anmerkungen zur Improvisationstechnik von Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazzforschung/jazz research, #3/4 (1971/1972), p. 166-171 (A/T: excerpts from “Never Let It End”; “Square Dance”; “Open Mind”)[digi.copy]

Dieter Zimmerle: Wieder daheim: German All Stars, Kommentare und Kritik, in: Jazz Podium, 20/6 (Jun.1971), p. 214-219 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Jazz Goes Europe, in: Frankfurter Hefte, 7/1972, p. 522-525 (F)[digi.copy]

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Spontan komponieren. Allein. Mit Humor. Ausschnitte aus einem Gespräch mit Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium/Jazz Now, 1972, p. 17-18 (I) [digi.copy]

W.P.: Peter Brötzmann + Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Sounds, 6/1972, p. 36 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Platte des Monats. Peter Brötzmann Trio + Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium, 21/2 (Feb.1972), p. 34 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Mangelsdorff Quartett, in: Jazz Podium, 21/4 (Apr.1972), p. 102-103 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Solo Now! Spontan komponieren. Allein. Mit Humor. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium, 21/8 (Aug.1972), p. 17-18 (I) [digi.copy]

NN: Neues Mangelsdorff Quintett, in: Jazz Podium, 21/9 (Sep.1972), p. 8 (N) [digi.copy]

“p”: Free Jazz und Elektronik. Tage für Neue Musik beginnen am Samstag, in: Darmstädter Echo, 23.Nov.1972 (short F: concert preview: workshop with Albert Mangelsdorff, Manfred Schoof, Peter Trunk) [digi.copy] {filed under “Deutschland/Darmstadt”}

Ivan A. Gonzalez: Albert Mangelsdorff, Santiago de Chile, in: Coda, 11/3 (1973), p. 41-43 (C) [digi.copy]

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Albert Mangelsdorff, interviewed, in: Jazz Forum, #21 (1973), p. 41-45 (I) [digi.copy]

NN: Posaunist hielt Treue, in: Westdeutsche Zeitung, 19.Mar.1973 (short F/photo: Jazzkeller Krefeld, with Peter Giger) [digi.copy]

Gerard Rouy: Brötzmann-Mangelsdorff (Musée d’Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris), in: Jazz Magazine, #220 (1974), p. 4-5 (C) [digi.copy]

Ray Townley: Albert Mangelsdorff – “Live in Tokyo” (Enja), in: Down Beat, 41/1 (17.Jan.1974), p. 24 (R)

NN: How They See the EJF. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Forum, #28 (Apr.1974), p. 35 (short I) [digi.copy]

“hoe”: festival für Mangelsdorff. Jazztage in der Schweizer Gemeinde Willisau, in: Darmstädter Echo, 4.Sep.1975 (C) [digi.copy] {filed under “Schweiz/Willisau”}

Bernd Ogan: 2x4tett. Alexander von Schlippenbach und Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium, 24/12 (Dec.1975), p. 19 (C) [digi.copy]

Werner Panke: Federal Republic of Germany. Recording Awards for Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Forum, #42 (1976), p. 12 (N) [digi.copy]

Claus Berger: Burton und Mangelsdorff beim NDR Workshop, in: Jazz Podium, 25/2 (Feb.1976), p. 21 (C) [digi.copy]

Steve Lake: The stunning art of Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Melody Maker, 17.Apr.1976, p. 39, 44 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Jean Buzelin: Concerts. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Hot, #327 (May 1976), p. 34 (C) [digi.copy]

Bill Smith: Heard and Seen. Solo Now – Albert Mangelsdorff, Gunter Hampel, Pierre Favre, Joachim Kühn, Morris Pollack Concert Hall, Montreal, in: Coda, #148 (Jun.1976), p. 28-29 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: Ack van Rooyen. Ist es aus Ihrer Sicht ratsam, als Jazzsolist seine Existenzgrundlage in einem Rundfunkorchester zu suchen?, in: Jazz Podium, 25/10 (Oct.1976), p. 15 (I) [digi.copy]

Steve Lake: Albert Mangelsdorff/Sato/Warren/Blairman – Spontaneous, in: Melody Maker, 4.Dec.1976, p. 28 (R)

Dietrich J. Noll: Aspekte der Klangflächenimprovisation. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Dietrich J. Noll: Zur Improvisation im deutschen Free Jazz, Hamburg 1977 [book], p. 55-90 (A/T) [digi.copy]

Robert Urmann: Mangelsdorff + The Trio = “Mumps”, in: Blues Notes, 9/30 (1977), p. 43 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: Melody Maker International Critics’ Poll, in: Melody Maker, 15.Jan.1977, p. 28-29, 32 (top trombonist)

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Albert Mangelsdorff. Big Noise from Frankfurt, in: Down Beat, 44/3 (10.Feb.1977), p. 16, 41, 44 (I) [digi.copy]; response, by Al Trapani: Chords & Discords. Bone of Contention, in: Down Beat, 44/8 (21.Apr.1977), p. 8 (letter: Phil Wilson also uses multiphonics) [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Sandner: Jazzporträt. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: HiFi, Jul.1977, p. 813, 815-818 (F/A) [digi.copy]

Tom Everett: Albert Mangelsdorff. Interview, in: Cadence, 3/4-5 (Oct.1977), p. 10-11, 16 (I) [digi.copy]

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Wiederentdecken, was Jazz in Wirklichkeit ist. Gespräch mit Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Joachim Ernst Berendt: Ein Fenster aus Jazz, Frankfurt/Main 1980 [book; reprint, O: Frankfurt/Main 1978], p. 61-74 (I) [digi.copy]

Michael Henkels: Albert Mangelsdorff. Die wichtigsten umfragen nennen Albert Mangelsdorff seit Jahren den weltbesten Jazzposaunisten…, in: [unknown source], 1978 (F/I) [digi.copy]

NN: Mangelsdorff – Pastorius – Mouzon. Triologue, in: Swinging Newsletter, 8/35 (Feb.1978), p. 9 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: The MPS Decade. Albert Mangelsdorff. Trombonist Extraordinaire, in: Jazz Journal, 31/5 (May 1978), p. MPS xiii-xiv (F) [digi.copy]

Michael Henkels: Halbe Sachen nie. Albert Mangelsdorff, “Wunderkind” der internationalen Musik-Szene, wurde 50, in: Musik Joker, 18.Sep.1978, p. 21 (short F) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

Peter Gropp: Mangelsdorff – Dauner – Gomez – Elvin Jones in Baden-Baden, in: Jazz Podium, 27/10 (Oct.1978), p. 18 (C) [digi.copy]

Robert Palmer: Jazz. Mangelsdorff, in: new York Times, 14.Nov.1978, p. C10 (C) [digi.copy]

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Der Höhenflug des Albert Mangelsdorff. Ein Porträt des Jazzposaunisten, in: Fono Forum, 5/1979, p. 26-32 (F) [digi.copy]

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Jazz in Germany ’79, in: Jazz Journal, 32/1 (Jan.1979), p. 9, 11, 13-14 (F) [digi.copy]

Bill Smith: Albert Mangelsdorff, Music Gallery, Toronto, in: Coda, #164/165 (Feb.1979), p. 57 (C) [digi.copy]

Karl Heinz Nass: Podium jam Session.A lbert was here. Gedanken zu Michael Nauras Marsch durch die Institutionen, in: Jazz Podium, 38/2 (Feb.1979), p. 3 (letter) [digi.copy]

Scott Albin: Albert Mangelsdorff. The Kitchen Center, New York City, in: Down Beat, 46/3 (8.Feb.1979), p. 41-42 (C) [digi.copy]

Jean Buzelin: Concerts. Mangelsdorff/Portal Group(s), in: Jazz Hot, #360 (Apr.1979), p. 36 (C)

Michael James: Albert Mangelsdorff – ” Jazz Tune I Hope” (MPS 15.528), in: Melody Maker, 5.May 1979, p. 39 (R) [digi.copy]

Bill Smith: Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Coda, #168 (Aug.1979), p. 4-10 (I) [digi.copy]

Yves Thébault: Jazz en direct. Ellingtonia, in: Jazz Magazine, # 288 (Aug.1980), p. 19-20 (C)

Graciela Rava: Autour du Globe, in: Jazz Magazine, # 289 (Sep.1980), p. 68-69, 104 (I/Globe Unity) [digi.copy]

Lee Jeske: Free Players from Many Lands Form Globe Unity Orchestra, in: Down Beat, 47/9 (Sep.1980), p. 28, 31-33 (F/I with Alexander von Schlippenbach, Alber Mangelsdorff, Enrico Rava) [digi.copy]

Bert Noglik: Albert Mangelsdorff. Thirty Years in Jazz, in: Jazz Forum, #69 (1981), p. 32-35 (I) [digi.copy]

Bert Noglik: Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Bert Noglik: Jazz-Werkstatt International, Berlin 1981 [book], p. 65-84 (I) [digi.copy]

Bruce Fowler: Pro Session. Winds. Vocal Multiphonics, in: Down Beat, 48/1 (Jan.1981), p. 59-61[digi.copy]

Didier Francfort: Jazz en direct. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Magazine, #294 (Feb.1981), p. 14 (C) [digi.copy]

Philippe Carles: Pieges pour Albert, in: Jazz Magazine, # 298 (Jun.1981), p. 72-73 (I) [digi.copy]

Fred Bouchard: Albert Mangelsdorff – “Tension” (L+R LR 41.001); “Tromboneliness” (Sackville 2011); “Trilogue. Live at the Berlin Jazz Days” (Pausa 7055); “Hamburger Idylle” /Pausa 7091), in: Down Beat, 48/7 (Jul.1981), p. 44-45 (R: 4 1/2 stars; 5 stars; 2 1/2 stars; 3 1/2 stars) [digi.copy]

Lee Jeske: Northsea Jazz Festival, The Hague, Holland, in: Down Beat, 48/11 (Nov.1981), p. 55 (C) [digi.copy]

Hans-Jürgen Linke: Ein Interview mit Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Johannes Oehlmann (Hg.): Jazzaz. Texte zur Jazzmusik, Gießen 1982 [book], p. 108-134 (I) [digi.copy]

Danilo Lubej: Mangelsdorff/Dudas. Jazz – der Jugend nahegebracht, in: Jazz Podium, 31/2 (Feb.1982), p. 22 (C)[digi.copy]

Wolfgang Dichans: Milan Sladek/Albert Mangelsdorff. Masken und Improvisationen, in: Jazz Podium, 31/11 (Nov.1982), p. 28-29 (C) [digi.copy]

D. Matthews: Albert Mangelsdorff By Himself (North Sea Festival), in: Crescendo, 21/9 (1983), p. 6 (C)

Franz Reininger: Die deutsche Jazzszene. Der Kreis um Albert Mangelsdorff, Wien 1983 [book/Magisterarbeit] (F/I) [digi.copy]

Gerard Rouy: L’Europe des huit. Albert Mangelsdorff. Des voix en coulisse, in: Jazz Magazine, #315 (1983), p. 38-40 (I) [digi.copy]

Volker Kriegel: Albert Mangelsdorff. Posaune, in: Burghard König (Hg.): Jazzrock. Tendenzen einer modernen Musik, Reinbek 1983 [book], p. 164-172 (I) [digi.copy]

NN: Harlachinger Einkehr. Albert Mangelsdorff Solo, in: Jazz Zeitung, 8/1 (Jan.1983), p. 1 [digi.copy]

Thomas Fitterling: Albert Mangelsdorff Trio – Triple Entente, in: Jazz Podium, 31/5 (May 1983), p. 49 (R) [digi.copy]

Frank van Dixhoorn: Albert Mangelsdorff. ‘Soms hoor je me ritme-gitaar spelen op de trombone’, in: Jazz Freak, 12/2 (15.Nov.1984), p. 58-60 (I) [digi.copy]

Piet van Engelen: Subliem concert van Alberrt Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Freak, 12/2 (15.Nov.1984), p. 54 (C) [digi.copy]

Armando Bausch: Albert Mangelsdorff – Der Jazz ist eine universale Musik, in: Armando Bausch: Jazz in Europa, Luxemburg 1985 [book], p. 44-50 (F/I) [digi.copy]

B. Olson: Händelserik expedition (Mangelsdorff Trio, Scharinska Villa i Umeå), in: Orkester Journalen, 53/5 (May 1985), p. 17 (C)

Gudrun Endress: Albert Mangelsdorff. Arbeit mit dem Deutsch-Französischen Jazz Ensemble., in: Jazz Podium, 34/9 (Sep.1985), p. 16-17 (I) [digi.copy]

Hans Ruland: Gebrüder Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz-Zeitung, 10/10 (Oct.1985), p. 19 (C)

Klaus Robert Bachmann: Albert Mangelsdorff in der Freiburger Jazzschule, in: Jazz Podium, 34/11 (Nov.1985), p. 20 (C) [digi.copy]

Dita von Szadkowski: Mehr dienen als herrschen – Traditionalisten im Jazz. “Albert”, in: Dita von Szadkowski: Grenzüberschreibungen. Jazz und sein musikalisches Umfeld der 80er Jahre, Frankfurt/Main 1986 [book: Fischer], p. 143-148 (F) [digi.copy]

Michael Rieth: Einmal Winter – Sommer und zurück! Erster Klasse natürlich. Ein Stück Wegs mit Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Container, 1986/87, p. 25-41

Ulfert Goemann: Albert Mangelsdorff – Hot Hut, in: Jazz Podium, 35/1 (Jan.1986), p. 46 (R) [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Dichans: Albert Mangelsdorff. Zuerst muß es swingen, in: Fachblatt Musik Magazin, Feb.1986, p. 80-81, 83, 85-86 (I) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

Michael Frohne: Monolog für drei Stimmen. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium, 35/3 (Mar.1986), p. 26-27 (C) [digi.copy]

Jörg Eipasch: Mangelsdorff – Surman – Phalanx, in: Jazz Podium, 35/5 (May 1986), p. 21 (C) [digi.copy]

Pete Gamble: Camden Jazz Week. Holland / Jones / Mangelsdorff / Surman, in: Jazz Journal, 39/5 (May 1986), p. 22 (C) [digi.copy]

Laszlo Molnar: Nicht oben, nicht unten. Albert Mangelsdorff und Wolfgang Dauner in der Filderhalle, in: Stuttgarter Zeitung, 24.Nov.1986 (C) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

Ekkehard Jost: Bundesrepublik Deutschland. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Ekkehard Jost: Europas Jazz 1960-80, Frankfurt/Main 1987 [book], p. 199-210 (F/A) [digi.copy]

Klaus Mümpfer: Emil und Albert Mangelsdorff. Zur simplen Basis des Blues gefunden, in: Jazz Podium, 36/7 (Jul.1987), p. 34 (C)

Dita von Szadkowski: Albert Mangelsdorff. Ein Portrait, in: Jazzthetik, 1/5 (Sep.1987), p. 10-13 (F; Vorabdruck) [digi.copy]

“atz”: Eine Posaune und sonst nichts, in: Die Welt, 28.Dec.1987, p. 6 (F) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

Hans Kumpf: Albert, der Posaunenweltmeister. 40 Jahre auf der Bühne, in: Jazz Podium, 36/12 (Dec.1987), p. 32 (F) [digi.copy]

Peter Watrous: Reviews / Music. One-Man Trombone Choir, in: New York Times, 26.May 1988 (C) [digi.copy]

“lind”: Der Botschafter. Vorzeigejazzer Albert Mangelsdorff sechzig, in: Stuttgarter Zeitung, 5.Sep.1988 (F) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

Michael Laages: A. Mangelsdorff wird 60. Der Mann mit den zwei Stimmen, in: Die Welt, 5.Sep.1988 (F) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Sandner: Der Asket. Albert Mangelsdorff wird sechzig, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 5.Sep.1988, p. 29 (F) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

Jean Quist: Albert Mangelsdorff speelt nog een paar jaar, in: Jazz Nu, 10/123 (Feb.1989), p. 174-175 (I) [digi.copy]

Klaus Robert Bachmann: Albert Mangelsdorff und Die Free Dig Big Band. Die Jazzer auf dem Tanztrip, in: Jazz Podium, 38/2 (Feb.1989), p. 37 (C)

Albert Mangelsdorff: Frankfurt am Main. Jazzmusik und grüne Soß, Freiburg 1990 [book] (“I”)

M.O.C. Döpfner: Dreistimmig auf einer Posaune. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Wolfgang Sandner (ed.): Jazz in Frankfurt, Frankfurt/Main 1990 [book: Societäts-Verlag], p. 68-75 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Michael Naura: Der freischwebende Posaunist. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Michael Naura: Jazz-Toccata. Ansichten und Attacken, Reinbek bei Hamburg 1991 [book: rororo], p. 157-159 (F)

Detlev Reinert: Auf neuen Abwegen. Der Jazzposaunist mit Mitgliedern der Klaus-Lage-Band auf Deutschland-Tournee, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 14.Feb.1991, p. 33 (C) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

“mt”: Der Jazzmusiker Albert Mangelsdorff erhält die Goethe-Plakette, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 7.Mar.1991, p. 43 (F) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

Mike Hennessey: Albert Mangelsdorff. La rivoluzione a coulisse, in: Musica Jazz, 47/6 (Jun.1991), p. 16-20 (F) [digi.copy]

Detlev Gollasch: Heftige Spontan-Trance. Jazz zwischen Kalkül und Impulsivität im Palmengarten. Tenorsaxophonist Matthias Schubert, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 4.Sep.1991 (C) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

Bernd Ogan: Weber, Mangelsdorff. Konzert extremer Polaritäten, in: Jazz Podium, 41/3 (Mar.1992), p. 52-53 (C)

Detlev Gollasch: Der typische Kiekser. Albert Mangelsdorff & Members in der Alten Oper, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 11.Mar.1992, p. 38 (C)

Rainer Köhl: Furioser Naturlaut. Watson/Lindberg/Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium, 41/6 (Jun.1992), p. 42 (C)

Bruno Paulot: Albert Mangelsdorff. Gespräche, Waakirchen 1993 [book] (F/I mit Mangelsdorff und diversen Musikern/D)

“mak”: Langer Atem des Klangs. Albert Mangelsdorff, Eric Watson und John Lindberg beim Jazz im Palmengarten, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, 16.Aug.1993 (C) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

Bert Noglik: Harte Arbeit im Stollen für die Glanzleistungen auf dem Hochseil. Die Botschaft des Jazz – Buchpräsentation und Geburtstagskonzert für und mit Albert Mangelsdorff im Amerikahaus, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, Sep.1993 (F/C) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

Detlev Gollasch: Musikalisches Kapitel. Albert Mangelsdorff im Amerika-Haus, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 18.Sep.1993, p. 48 (C) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

Bert Noglik: Opposition im Medium der Klänge. Albert Mangelsdorff im Gespräch, in: Franz Ritter (ed.): Heinrich Himmler und die Liebe zum Swing. Erinnerungen und Dokumente, Leipzig 1994 [book], p. 143-154 (I) [digi.copy]

Michael Scheiner: Das Jazz-Portrait. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz-Zeitung, 19/5 (May 1994), p. 4-5 (F) [digi.copy]

Anja Krause: Mozart mit Jazz. Alois Kottmann und Albert Mangelsdorff im Hanauer Schloß, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 11.Jun.1994, p. 50 (C)

Wolfgang Sandner: Gigantisches Posaunen-Palaver. Albert Mangelsdorff und die Gruppe “Slideride” beim Jazz im Palmengarten, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27.Aug.1994, p. 49 (C) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF]

Ulfert Goemann: Jazz und Popularmusik. Professorenstellen für Dr. Karl Hans Berger und Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium, 43/9 (Sep.1994), p. 42 (C)

G.R.K.: Berliner Bekenntnis, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 21.Oct.1994, p. 43 (F) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

Albert Mangelsdorff: JazzFest 1995 – “Jazz Played in Germany”, in: Jazzfest Berlin ’95, Berlin 1995 [program], p. 5 (“I”)[digi.copy]

Lothar Jänichen: Albert Mangelsdorff-Wolfgang Dauner Quintett feat. Christof Lauer, in: Jazzfest Berlin ’95, Berlin 1995 [program], p. 12-13 (F) [digi.copy]

Libero Farné: Il vecchio e il nuovo sotto il tiro dei trombonisti, in: Musica Jazz, 51/4 (Apr.1995), p. 20-21 (C)

Paul-Hermann Gruner: Jazz-Dinner nach Maß. Mangelsdorff und Weber im Auerbacher Schloß, in: Darmstädter Echo, 26.Jun.1995 (C) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF]

Wolfgang Sandner: Die Sprungkraft des Einhorns. Spielt und spielt und spielt Posaune. Albert Mangelsdorff, das Wunder vom Main, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 2.Sep.1995 (F) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF] [digi.copy]

Heribert Ickerott: Albert Mangelsdorff, künstlerischer Leiter des JazzFestes Berlin. Auf dem JazFest Berlin waren schon immer zu wenige deutsche Musiker repräsentiert, in: Jazz Podium, 44/11 (Nov.1995), p. 8 (I) [digi.copy]

Paul Hermann Gruner: Tempel der Improvisation. Ethno-Jazz mit Mangelsdorff und Weber, in: Darmstädter Echo, 20.Nov.1995 (C) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF]

Peter Bölke: Albert Mangelsdorff. Solo auf geraden Wegen, in: Spiegel Special, 12 (Dec.1995), p. 132-135 (F) [digi.copy]

Wolfram Knauer: Emanzipation wovon? Zum Verhältnis des amerikanischen und des deutschen Jazz in den 50er und 60er Jahren, in: Wolfram Knauer (Hg.): Jazz in Deutschland, Hofheim 1996 [book], p. 141-157 (F) [digi.copy]

Christoph Ekowski: Albert Mangelsdorff denkt an Bosnien. Uraufführung in Hanau, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 17.Jan.1996, p. 49 (C) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF]

Jürgen Schwab: Mangelsdorff und Dauner. Jazz im Palmengarten, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 30.Jul.1996 (C) [vert.file: Albert MANGELSDORFF]

Kasia Kumpf: Eurojazz. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Forum (Poland), #175 (1997), p. 47-49 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Patrick Hinely: Albert Mangelsdorff. Atmospheric Conditions Permitting, in: Coda, #271 (Jan/Feb.1997), p. 8-11 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Christian Ekowski: Keine Sünden wider den Geist der Moderne. Der Posaunist Albert Mangelsdorff beim Jazz im Frankfurter Palmengarten, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 16.Aug.1997, p. 53 (C) [vert.file]

Mike Zwerin: Albert Mangelsdorff, a Strong Pair of Chops, in: International herald Tribune, 21.Nov.1997 (F) [digi.copy]

Albert Mangelsdorff: Liebe JazzFest-Besucherinnen und -Besucher, in: Jazzfest Berlin ’98, Berlin 1998 [program booklet], p. 5 (“I”)[digi.copy]

Deborah Colcutt: Blowing His Own Trumpet. World famous jazz trombonist Albert Mangelsdorff has always laid his hat and trombone in his home town of Frankfurt, in: Gateway Frankfurt, Winter 1998, p. 33-35 (F/I) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Johannes Kaiser: Weltmeister auf der Posaune. Ein Porträt des Musikers und Komponisten Albert Mangelsdorff, Radio-Feature for Deutschlandradio Berlin [Internet transcript], Jan.1998 (F/I) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

NN: Mangelsdorff/Dauner Quintett, in: Jazzclub Magazin (Karlsruhe), 13/3 (Jun/Jul.1998), p. 15 (F: concert preview) [digi.copy]

Gudrun Endress: Albert Mangelsdorff. “Ob ich vielleicht der Beste war, hat für mich nie eine Rolle gespielt”, in: Jazz Podium, 47/9 (Sep.1998), p. 3-7 (I with Mangelsdorff, Dieter Ilg, Wolfgang Dauner, Wolfgang Haffner, Günter Lenz, Ralf Hübner, Joki Freund, Peter Brötzmann, Alex von Schlippenbach, Lee Konitz, Charlie Mariano) [digi.copy]

Peter Bastian: Albert Mangelsdorff wird siebzig, in: Jazzthetik, 12/9 (Sep.1998), p. 20-22 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Reiner Kobe: Albert Mangelsdorff. Siebzig Jahre alt, in: Freiburger Jazzhaus Journal, 12/9 (Sep.1998), p. 14 (F) [digi.copy]

Reiner Kobe: Albert Mangelsdorff siebzig Jahre, in: Jazz Zeitung, 23/9 (Sep.1998), p. 25 (F) [digi.copy]

Rolf Westermann: “Spott ist das Schlimmste, was passieren kann”. Frankfurts Oberbürgermeisterin Petra Roth legt Posaunist Albert Mangelsdorff ein Saxophon an den Mund, in: Darmstädter Echo, 16.Sep.1998, p. 4 (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Volker Kriegel: Widerstandssignale aus dem Posaunenkanal. Bericht von einer Geburtstags-Gala zu Ehren des Jazzposaunisten Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 5.Sep.1998, p. 33 (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Klaus Matthias Schmidt: Die deutsche Posaunenlegende. Weltstar Albert Mangelsdorff im Jazzkeller, in: Rheinische Post, 30.Nov.1998 (C) [digi.copy]

Ute Büchter-Römer: Legendäre Posaunenphantasien. Albert Mangelsdorff spielte zum 40. Geburtstag im vollbesetzten Jazzkeller zusammen mit dem “Percussion-Orchestra”, in: Westdeutsche Zeitung, 30.Nov.1998 (C: Krefeld) [digi.copy]

“gui.”:Vermittler großer Erlebnisse. Verdienstorden für Mangelsdorff und Rau, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 17.Nov.1998, p. 54 (short F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Klaus Matthias Schmidt: Die deutsche Posaunenlegende. Weltstar Albert Mangelsdorff im Jazzkeller, in: Rheinische Post, 30.Nov.1998 (C); reprint, in: Günter Holthoff & Mojo Mendiola (eds.): 50 Jahre Jazzkeller Krefeld, Krefeld 2008 [book: Leporello Verlag], p. 66 (C)

Michael Pilz: “Chet Baker unterm Beat ist Piraterie.” Musik für die Spieler? Albert Mangelsdorff über das Prinzip Jazz und sein Berliner JazzFest, in: Die Welt (Internet), 3.Nov.1998 (I) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Ulrich Möller-Arnsberg: “The Horn is a Lady”. Albert Mangelsdorff zum 70. Geburtstag, in: GEMA Nachrichten, #158 (Nov.1998), p. 170-173 (F/I with Wolfgang Dauner, Klaus Doldinger, Eberhard Weber, Manfred Schoof, Joe Viera) [digi.copy]

Fritz Boensel: Lohnschreiber, in: Fritz Boensel: So weit der Gugl hupft. Mutmaßungen über Mitmenschen, [no place] 1999 [book: Thiele & Schwarz], p. 12-13 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: Albert Mangelsdorff. Lifelines, in: [press release with biographical data], Marburg 1999 [Concert Büro Claus Schreiner] (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Mike Zwerin: Six Eurojazzers You Should Know (But Don’t Call Them That), in: Jazziz, 16/5 (May 1999), p. 46-48 (F/short I with Joachim Kühn, Daniel Humair, Enrico Rava, Albert Mangelsdorff, Richard Galliano, Michel Portal) [digi.copy]

Achim Heidenreich: Jazz im Palmengarten. Albert Mangelsdorff und das Karlheinz Miklin Trio, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 8.Aug.1999 (C) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Klaus Mümpfer: Solokonzertreihe der Jazz-Fabrik Rüsselsheim mit Mangelsdorff, Schlippenbach, Brötzmann, in: Jazz Podium, 48/11 (Nov.1999), p. 40 (C)

Albert Mangelsdorff: “Ein großartiges Publikum.” Deutschlands bedeutendster Jazzmusiker hat aus Esslingen nur gute Erfahrungen, in: Günther Graf & Udo Klinner & Alexander Maier (eds.): Musik aus Mauern. Chronik des Esslinger Jazzkellers, Esslingen 2000 [book: Jazzclub Esslingen], p. 106 (“I”)[digi.copy]

Mike Heffley: Northern Sun, Southern Moon. Identity, Improvisation, and Idiom in Freie Musik Produktion, Middletown/CT 2000 [PhD thesis: Wesleyan University], passim, especially p. 492-498 (F/I); p. 584-587 (F/I) [digi.copy] [digi.copy]

Mathias Bäumel: Old Friends. Mehr Schatten als Licht in der Dresdner Semperoper, in: Jazz Podium, 49/2 (Feb.2000), p. 44 (C)

Marc Peschke: Was die Vögel nervös macht. Albert Mangelsdorff und Freunde bei “Jazz im Palmengarten”, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 8.Jul.2000 (C) [vert.file]

Reinhard Köchl: German Jazz Masters. Ludwigsburger Gipfelgespräche, in: Jazz Thing, #35 (Sep/Oct.2000), p. 72-74 (I with Manfred Schoof, Klaus Doldinger, Albert Mangelsdorff, Wolfgang Dauner, Eberhard Weber, Wolfgang Haffner) [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Sandner: Auf einen Zug. Von gebührendem Rang: “Die Albert Mangelsdorff Rolle” (WDR), in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 2.Sep.2000 (Film-R) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Dirk Meissner: Alte Freunde müsst ihr sein. Sechs German Jazz Masters – sechs Stilistiken, in: Jazz Zeitung, 25/10 (Oct.2000), p. 8 (R)

Hans-Jürgen von Osterhausen: Die Albert Mangelsdorff-Rolle. Ein außergewöhnlicher Film, in: Jazz Podium, 49/11 (Nov.2000), p. 34 (Film-R)

“tja”: 1. Paul-Hindemith-Preis an Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, Dec.2000 (short F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

“tja”: Plattmacher, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, 12.Dec.2000 (short F/photo: protest against Hindemith prize for Mangelsdorff) [digi.copy]

Johannes Anders: Albert Mangelsdorff erhält ersten Hindemith-Preis, in: Jazz ‘n’ More, Feb/Mar.2001, p. 8 (N)

Martin Schuster: Mister Trombone. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Concerto, Feb/Mar.2001, p. 22-24 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Messner: Transcription of Albert Mangelsdorff’s “Al-Lee”, in: Jazz Research News, #2 (Feb.2001), p. 77-79 (T) [digi.copy]

Tobias Böcker: Spiellaune. Jazz Masters im Birdland, in: Jazz Zeitung, 26/4 (Apr.2001), p. 6 (C)

Géza Gábor Simon: Immens gut. Attila Zoller. Sein Leben und seine Kunst. Bio-Diskographie, Budapest 2003 [book: Jazz Oktatási és kutatási alapítvány], passim (F)

Hans Dieter Grünefeld: Albert Mangelsdorff. Posaune als alter ego, in: Music Manual, fall 2003, p. 30 (F) [digi.copy]

Marc Sarrazy: Joachim Kühn. Une histoire du jazz moderne, Paris 2003 [book: Éditions Syllepse], passim (F)

Gérard Rouy: Cooperation. Vingt ans de Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Magazine, #534 (Feb.2003), p. 6 (F) [digi.copy]

Jürgen Schwab: Jazz-Stadt Frankfurt. Die Mangelsdorff-Brüder und der synkopierte Viervierteltakt, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27.Jun.2003 (F/I) [vert.file: D/Frankfurt] [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Sandner: Freiheit für die Posaune. Albert Mangelsdorffs brillante “Music for Jazz Orchestra”, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 9.Aug.2003, p. 35 (F/R) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Berthold Klostermann: Hut ab! Hut ab vor Deutschlands Jazzmusiker Nr. 1! Am 5. September wird Albert Mangelsdorff 75 Jahre alt. Pünktlich zum Geburtstag erscheint ein neues Album, das den Erneuerer des Posaunenspiels im Jazz zum ersten Mal als Big-Band-Komponist und -Arrangeur präsentiert. Grund genug für Berthold Klostermann, ihn im Frankfurter Übungskeller zu besuchen, in: Fono Forum, Sep.2003, p. 98-100 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Carina Prange: Albert Mangelsdorff. Multiphonics zum 75. Geburtstag, in: Jazz Zeit, #40 (Sep.2003), p. 6 (F) [digi.copy]

Dieter Wackerbarth: Albert Mangelsdorff. Glück und Talent sowie Zufall und Zielstrebigkeit, in: Jazz Podium, 52/9 (Sep.2003), p. 8-10, 12-13 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Hans-Jürgen Linke: Mit sanfter Besessenheit. Nicht ohne seine Posaune: Der Jazzmusiker Albert Mangelsdorff feiert heute seinen 75. geburtstag, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, 5.Sep.2003 (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Johannes Völz: Albert Mangelsdorff. Heimlich, still und laut, in: Jazz Thing, #50 (Sep/Oct.2003), p. 40-41 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Michael Rieth: Gelungener Feier-Abend. Albert Mangelsdorffs Geburtstagskonzert mit alten Freunden in der Alten Oper, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, 15.Sep.2003 (C) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Peter Kleiß: Wildgänse. Peter Kleiß für Albert Mangelsdorff zum 75., [manuscript, Sep.2003] (poem) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Stefan Arndt: Happy Birthday, Albert! Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazzthetik, 17/9 (Sep.2003), p. 16-21 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Tobias Böcker: Die Stimme der Posaune im deutschen Jazz. Albert Mangelsdorff wird heute 75 Jahre alt – Stilbildend auf seinem Instrument und für die Szene, in: Allgäuer Zeitung, 5.Sep.2003 (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Tobias Schumacher: albert mangelsdorff. geburtstagsgeschenk: erstes werk für großes jazzorchester, in: Clarino.print, Sep.2003, p. 40 (F) [digi.copy]

Tom Fuchs: Ein Gespräch mit Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Thüringer Allgemeine, 4.Sep.2003 (I) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Ulrich Olshausen: Generalvertretung des Jazz. Albert Mangelsdorff feiert den 75. in der Alten Oper – eine Demonstration lebendiger deutscher Jazzgeschichte, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 14.Sep.2003 (C) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Werner Theurich: Jazz mit Meisen und Menschen. Albert Mangelsdorff wird 75, in: Spiegel Online, 5.Sep.2003 (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Andrey Henkin: Albert Mangelsdorff. A Legend at 75, in: All About Jazz, #18 (Oct.2003), p. 21 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Dietmar Hoscher & Wolfgang Gonaus: Jazz. Jazzstatements in Wort und Bild, Wien 2004 [book: Dr. Peter Müller Verlag], p. 96-97 (short I/photos)

Jürgen Schwab: Der Frankfurt Sound. Eine Stadt und ihre Jazzgeschichte(n), Frankfurt/Main 2004 [book: Societäts Verlag], passim (F)

Jürgen Schwab: Der Frankfurt Sound. Eine Stadt und ihre Jazzgeschichte(n), Frankfurt/Main 2004 [book: Societäts Verlag], p. 105-109, 153-154, 173, 232-233, 249, passim (F) [digi.copy]

Peter Niklas Wilson: Traumhochzeit oder Mesalliance? Alte Musik und Neuer Jazz, in: Jazzforschung / jazz research, #36 (2004), p. 107-121 (F/A: Albert Mangelsdorff, Michael Riessler, Michel Godard, Barry Guy, Joachim Kühn, Richie Beirach & Gregor Huebner / George Mraz, Uri Caine) [digi.copy]

Jürgen Jung: Albert Mangelsdorff, Musiker, im Gespräch, in: , 9.Jan.2004 (I) [digi.copy]

“ste”: Skulptur zur Erinnerung an Mike Gehrke, in: Hannoversche Allgemeine, 6.Sep.2004 (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy] [digi.copy]

Fritz Rau: 50 Jahre Backstage. Erinnerungen eines Konzertveranstalters, Heidelberg 2005 [book: Palmyra], passim (F)

Gerd Filtgen: Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Peter Niklas Wilson (ed.): Jazz Klassiker, Stuttgart 2005 [book: Reclam], p. 445-453 (F)

Helga Reuter-Kumpmann: Üben und improvisieren. Gespräch mit Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Gerhard Kilger (ed.): macht musik. Musik als Glück und Nutzen für das Leben, Köln 2005 [book: Wienand Verlag], p. 76-83 (F)

Kurt Dietrich: Jazz ‘Bones. The World of Jazz Trombone, Rottenburg 2005 [book: Advance Music], p. 532-536 (F) [digi.copy]

Mike Heffley: Northern Sun / Southern Moon. Europe’s Reinvention of Jazz, New Haven 2005 [book: Yale University Press], passim; especially p. 31-34 (F/I: chapter “Albert Mangelsdorff: Trombone Archaisms”) [digi.copy]

Ralf Dombrowski: Basis-Diskothek Jazz, Stuttgart 2005 [book: Reclam], p. 137-139 (R: “Three Originals”, MPS); reprint, in: Ralf Dombrowski: Basis-Diskothek Jazz, Stuttgart 4/2011 [book: Reclam], p. 159-161 (R)

NN: Ehrenmitgliedschaft für Albert Mangelsdorff, in: [press release: Internationale Posaunen-Vereinigung] 14.Jan.2000 (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Hans-Jürgen Linke: Alberts bestes Trio. Eine Jazz-Wiederentdeckung, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, 21.Jun.2006 (R: “Triplicity”) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Ulfert Goeman: Die Posaune des Jazz – Ein Filmportrait von Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Podium, 54/6 (Jun.2005), p. 8-9 (F) [digi.copy]

Ben Mattison: Jazz Trombonist Albert Mangelsdorff Dies at 76, in: Playbill News, 26.Jul.2005 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Christian Broecking: Wir haben auf totales Risiko gespielt. Der Erfinder des deutschen Jazz nach dem Krieg. Zum Tod des Posaunisten Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Berliner Zeitung, 26.Jul.2005 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Gregor Dotzauer: Der Evoluzzer. Liebe zur Mehrstimmigkeit. Zum Tod des Posaunisten und Jazz-Botschafters Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Der Tagesspiegel (Berlin), 26.Jul.2005 (F/O) [vert.file]

Hans-Jürgen Linke: Ein warmer, fester Ton. Nicht nur ein großer, sondern auch ein folgenreicher Musiker – Der Frankfurter Posaunist Albert Mangelsdorff ist im Alter von 76 Jahren gestorben, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, 26.Jul.2005 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Harald Budewig: Zum Tode von Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 26.Jul.2005 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Harald Budweg: Jazz. Zum Tode von Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 26.Jul.2005 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

John Fordham: Albert Mangelsdorff. German jazz trombonist noted for stunning solo improvisations, in: Guardian, 298.Jul.2005 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Josef Engels: Seine Multiphonics waren weltberühmt. Jazzposaunist Albert Mangelsdorff ist gestorben, in: Berliner Morgenpost, 26.Jul.2005 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Michael Naura: Freies Schweben. Zum Tode des berühmten deutschen Jazzmusikers Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Die Zeit, 28.Jul.2005 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

NN: Zum Tod von Albert Mangelsdorff. Programmänderungen im hr-Fernsehen und in hr2, in: [press release hr radio], 26.Jul.2005 (F) [digi.copy]

Odilo Clausnitzer: Zum Tode des Posaunisten Albert Mangelsdorff. Manfred Schoof im Gespräch mit Odilo Clausnitzer, in: WDR Jazzpoint Special, 30.Jul.2005 (F/O; I with Manfred Schoof) [digi.copy]

Raimund Dillmann: albert, in: [e-mail correspondence], 28.Jul.2005 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Rainer Hartmann: Der Pilot, der keine Grenzen kannte, in: Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger, 27.Jul.2005 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Steve Voce: Albert Mangelsdorff. Master of the unaccompanied jazz trombone, in: The Independent, 27.Jul.2005 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Tobias Rapp: Der Mann mit den vielen Stimmen, in: die tageszeitung, 27.Jul.2005, p. 5 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Sandner: Der Asket auf der Posaune. Auf der Höhe seiner Kunst hatte er niemanden mehr über sich. Zum Tode des Jazzmusikers Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 27.Jul.2005, p. 35 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Sandner: Europas Jazz trägt seinen Namen. Albert Mangelsdorff hat den Klang einer Epoche geprägt, durch die er in Frankfurt geformt wurde, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 1.Aug.2005, p. 7 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

“S.R.”: Ein Kapitel der Posaunengeschichte, in: Fono Forum, Sep.2005, p. 12 (F/O) [digi.copy]

“zer.”: Albert Mangelsdorff auf dem Hauptfriedhof beigesetzt, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 2.Aug.2005, p. 40 (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Gunter Hampel: When Angels Sing. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: [e-mail correspondence], 3.Aug.2005 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Hans-Jürgen Linke: Keine Epoche ist zu Ende. Zur Beerdigung von Albert Mangelsdorff in Frankfurt, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, 3.Aug.2005 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Niranjan Jhaveri: Albert Mangelsdorff – RIP, in: [personal e-mail correspondence], 1.Aug.2005 (F/O) [digi.copy]

Bert Noglik: Danke und Hut ab. In memoriam Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Zeitung, 30/9 (Sep.2005), p. 11 (F/O) [digi.copy]

Bruce Crowther: Obituaries. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Journal, 58/9 (Sep.2005), p. 20 (F/O) [digi.copy]

Gerard Rouy: Albert Mangelsdorff. La coulisse reste sans voic. Agé de 76 ans, le tromboniste allemand est mort à Francfort, sa ville natale, le 25 juillet des suites d’une leucémie, in: Jazz Magazine, #562 (Sep.2005), p. 9 (F/O) [digi.copy]

Gunter Hampel & Wolfgang Dauner & Eberhard Weber & John Surman & Willem Breuker & John Lindberg & George Lewis & Barre Phillips & Fred van Hove & Pierre Favre: Albert Mangelsdorff, 1928-2005, in: All About Jazz (New York), #41 (Sep.2005), p. 12-13 (F/O) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

John Evers: As Time Goes By… Posaunenvogel. Zum Tod von Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazzzeit, #56 (Sep/Oct.2005), p. 90 (F/O) [digi.copy]

NN: Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Orkester Journalen, 73/9 (Sep.2005), p. 35 (F/O) [digi.copy]

NN: Farewell. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz ‘n’ More, Sep/Oct.2005, p. 8 (O) [digi.copy]

Reinhard Köchl: Albert Mangelsdorff. Einer fehlt, in: Jazzthetik, 19/9 (Sep.2005), p. 18, 20-21 (F/O) [digi.copy]

Ulrich Olshausen: Der tiefe Gesang der Posaune. Albert Mangelsdorff wurde 76, in: Jazz Podium, 54/9 (Sep.2005), p. 3-4 (F/O) [digi.copy]

Wolf Kampmann: In Memoriam Albert Mangelsdorff. Das Lied von der Erde, in: Jazz Thing, #60 (Sep/Oct.2005), p. 6 (F/O) [digi.copy]

Hans-Jürgen Schaal: Galerie der Großen (19). Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Clarino.print, 3/10 (Oct.2005), p. 18 (F) [digi.copy]

Martin Schuster: Albert Mangelsdorff (1928-2005), in: Concerto, Oct/Nov.2005, p. 37 (F/O) [digi.copy]

Michel Laplace: Larmes. Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Jazz Hot, #624 (Oct.2005), supplement, p. 7 (F/O) [digi.copy]

Peter Ortmann: Begegnungen. Peter Ortmann zum Tode von Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Musikforum, 3/4 (Oct/Dec.2005), p. 58 (F/O) [digi.copy]

Patrick Hinely: Albert Mangelsdorff, 1928-2005, in: Coda, #324 (Nov.2005), p. 8 (F/O) [digi.copy]

E. Dieter Fränzel & JAZZ AGe Wuppertal (eds.): sounds like whoopataal. Wuppertal in der Welt des Jazz, Essen 2006 [book: Klartext], passim (F)

Pannonica de Koenigswarter: Les Musiciens de jazz et leurs trois voeux, Paris 2006 [book: Buchet/Chastel; German translation as: “Die Jazzmusiker und ihre drei Wünsche”, Stuttgart 2007: Reclam; English translation (original language) as: “Three Wishes. An Intimate Look at Jazz Greats”, New York 2008: Abrams Image], p. 297, 299 (short I) [digi.copy]

Dieter Wackerbarth: Dichtung & Wahrheit über den “Nestor des deutschen Jazz”. Augenzwinkernde Hommage an Albert Mangelsdorff zum 1. Todestag, in: Jazz Podium, 55/7-8 (Jul/Aug.2006), p. 3-6 (F) [digi.copy]

Christian Hoesch: Hommage und Show. Gedenkabend für Albert Mangelsdorff bei den “Jazznights” der Alten Oper, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 7.Sep.2006, p. 51 (C: tribute to Mangelsdorff) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Gerd Döring: Vorher und nachher. Ein Abend für Albert Mangelsdorff in der Frankfurter Alten Oper, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, 7.Sep.2006 (C: tribute to Mangelsdorff) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

NN: Albert Mangelsdorff Quintett, “Folk Mond & Flower Dream”. The Lost Tapes. Fast eine Familienstory, in: [press release], 14.Sep.2007 (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Claus Schreiner: Wiedergutmachung. Mit dem Posaunisten Albert Mangelsdorff starb 2005 eine herausragende internationale Jazz-Persönlichkeit. Zu Lebzeiten gab es viele seiner wichtigsten Aufnahmen nicht auf CD. Das ändert sich nun zum 80. Geburtstag, in: Jazz Echo, 11/2 (2008), p. 23 (F) [digi.copy]

Günter Holthoff & Mojo Mendiola (eds.): 50 Jahre Jazzkeller Krefeld, Krefeld 2008 [book: Leporello Verlag], p. 64-67 (F) [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Sandner: Gedenkkonzert für Albert Mangelsdorff. Jazz auf großer Flamme. Jubeltöne für den Posaunenmeister. Herausragende Jazzkoryphäen geben sich am 6. September im Großen Saal ein musikalisches Stelldichein. Ihr Einsatz dient der Erinnerung an einen berühmten Frankfurter, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 31.Aug.2008 (F: concert preview) [digi.copy]

Christian Broecking: Markenzeichen: Soloposaune, in: Berliner Zeitung, 5.Sep.2008 (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Hans-Jürgen Linke: Nicht schlecht. Eine Ehrung und ein kleines Gedenk-Jazzfestival zum 80. Geburtstag von Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, 8.Sep.2008 (C: tribute concert with Albert Mangelsdorff Memorial Quintet; Joachim Kühn, Miroslav Vitous, Daniel Humair; Lee Konitz & Martial Solal; Emil Mangelsdorff & hr Big Band) [digi.copy]

Ulrich Olshausen: Vier Schritte zur Geisterbeschwörung. Eine musikalische Gedenkfeier für Albert Mangelsdorff in der Alten Oper Frankfurt, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 8.Sep.2008 (C: tribute concert with Albert Mangelsdorff Memorial Quintet; Joachim Kühn, Miroslav Vitous, Daniel Humair; Lee Konitz & Martial Solal; Emil Mangelsdorff & hr Big Band) [digi.copy]

Volker Schmidt: Albert Mangelsdorff. Der größte Frankfurter nach Goethe. Vom Swing−Kid zum Blech−Pionier: Der Posaunist Albert Mangelsdorff zerrte den deutschen Jazz aus dem Nachkriegsmief in die frische Luft der 68er. Jetzt wäre er 80 geworden. Eine Erinnerung, in: Die Zeit, 4.Sep.2008 (F) [digi.copy]

Dieter Wackerbarth: Zum 80. Geburtstag von Albert Mangelsdorff. Mangelsdorff beyond – Ertrag und Perspektive für die Posaune im Jazz, in: Jazz Podium, 57/10 (Oct.2008), p. 3-4, 6, 8-9 (F) [digi.copy]

Dieter Wackerbarth: Zum 80. Geburtstag von Albert Mangelsdorff. Mangelsdorff beyond – Ertrag und Perspektive für die Posaune im Jazz, in: Jazz Podium, 57/11 (Nov.2008), p. 36-38 (F) [digi.copy]

Alfred Krondraf: Kein Mangel an Mangelsdorff. Erinnerungen en masse, in: Concerto, Dec/Jan.2008/2009, p. 46 (F/R)

Andrew Wright Hurley: The Return of Jazz. Joachim-Ernst Berendt and West German cultural change, New York 2009 [book: Berghahn Books], passim; especially p. 158-167 (F: chapter “The Goethe Institut’s Jazz Ambassadors Strike Up”)

Heinz Protzer: Attila Zoller. Sein Leben, seine Zeit, seine Musik, Erftstadt 2009 [book: privately published], passim (F)

Martina Taubenberger: “The Sound of Democracy – The Sound of Freedom”. Jazz-Rezeption in Deutschland (1945-1963), Mainz 2009 [PhD thesis: Johannes-Gutenberg-Universität], passim; especially p. 260-292 (I: chapter “Zeitzeugeninterview. Albert Mangelsdorff”)

NN: Darmstädter Forum für einen Virtuosen. Jazzinstitut ehrt Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Wiesbadener Kurier, 5.Jan.2009 (F) [digi.copy]

“clan”: Ding der Woche. Mangelsdorffs Ersatz-Posaune, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 14.Feb.2009 (F) [digi.copy]

“zer.”: Nachlass mit Posaunen. Grundstock gelegt für das Mangelsdorff-Archiv, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 12.Feb.2009 (F) [digi.copy]

Claudia Michels: Nachlass. Mangelsdorff-Jazz-Archiv eröffnet, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, 12.Feb.2009 (F) [digi.copy]

Jensen Zlotowicz: Jazzarchiv zieht den Kürzeren, in: Thürinigsche Landeszeitung, 13.Feb.2009 (F: about Albert Mangelsdorff Archiv in Frankfurt) [digi.copy]

NN: Presseinformation. Grundstock für Albert-Mangelsdorff-Archiv in Frankfurt gelegt. Nachlass der Jazz-Legende für die Stadt Frankfurt gesichert. Institut für Stadtgeschichte plant Archiv zur Frankfurter Jazzgeschichte, in: [press release of the Stadt Frankfurt], 11.Feb.2009 (F) [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Sandner: Metropole des Jazz. Mangelsdorff-Archiv gegründet, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 12.Feb.2009 (F) [digi.copy]

Ulfert Goeman: In Frankfurt Grundstock gelegt für ein Albert-Mangelsdorff-Archiv, in: Jazz Podium, 58/4 (Apr.2009), p. 43 (F) [digi.copy]

Heinz Zietsch: Mangelsdorff zu Ehren. Jazzforum. Das elfte Darmstädter Festival steht unter dem Motto “Spannung” – Beginn am Freitag, in: Darmstädter Echo, 22.Sep.2009 (F: concert preview) [digi.copy]

Nick van Dijk: Woodshed. Solo. Albert Mangelsdorff’s Multiphonic Solo on ‘Morbidia’, in: Down Beat, 76/11 (Nov.2009), p. 76 (A/T) [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Schorlau: Das brennende Klavier. Der Musiker Wolfgang Dauner, Hamburg 2010 [book: Nautilus], passim, especially p. 125-127 (F: chapter “Das Albert Mangelsdorff-Wolfgang Dauner Duo”)

Wolfram Knauer (ed.): Albert Mangelsdorff. Tension / Spannung, Hofheim 2010 [book: Wolke Verlag], passim (F) [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Sandner: Ein prototyp und Sonderfall. Albert Mangelsdorff, Jazzmusiker in Deutschland, in: Wolfram Knauer (ed.): Albert Mangelsdorff. Tension / Spannung, Hofheim 2010 [book: Wolke Verlag], p. 17-27 (F) [digi.copy]

Wolfram Knauer: Es sungen drei Engel. Zum Umgang von Jazzmusikern mit deutscher Musiktradition, in: Wolfram Knauer (ed.): Albert Mangelsdorff. Tension / Spannung, Hofheim 2010 [book: Wolke Verlag], p. 65-85 (F) [digi.copy]

Harald Justin: Jenseits des Skandals. Albert Mangelsdorff: Autobiographisches Erzählen im Kontext (und mögliche Paradigmenwechsel im deutschen Jazz), in: Wolfram Knauer (ed.): Albert Mangelsdorff. Tension / Spannung, Hofheim 2010 [book: Wolke Verlag], p. 217-243 (F) [digi.copy]

Michael Rieth: Goethe und der Blues, Kropotkin und die Krone, Albert und die Anarchie, in: Wolfram Knauer (ed.): Albert Mangelsdorff. Tension / Spannung, Hofheim 2010 [book: Wolke Verlag], p. 245-265 (F; partly a reprint of Rieth’s earlier essay in Jazzcontainer, Hofheim 1986) [digi.copy]

Michael Rüsenberg: “Ein musikalisches Zwiegespräch zwischen dem weltberühmten Posaunisten und dem unbekannten Wal”. Anmerkungen zu Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Wolfram Knauer (ed.): Albert Mangelsdorff. Tension / Spannung, Hofheim 2010 [book: Wolke Verlag], p. 293-301 (F) [digi.copy]

Tobias Böcker: Albert Mangelsdorff über Attila Zoller. “Er hat mit Haut und Haar für die Musik gelebt”, in: Jazz Podium, 59/3 (Mar.2010), p. 36-37 (I)

Uwe Wittstock: Der Posaunen-Goethe. Frankfurt war mal deutsche Jazz-Hauptstadt. Daran erinnert das Archiv des Musikers Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Welt Online, 23.Mar.2010 (F) [digi.copy]

Ralf Dombrowski: Buch-Tipp: Albert Mangelsdorff, in: , 2.Dec.2010 (B: “Albert Mangelsdorff. Tension / Spannung”, edited by Wolfram Knauer) [digi.copy]

Karlheinz Drechsel & Ulf Drechsel: Zwischen den Strömungen. Mein Leben mit dem Jazz, Rudolstadt 2011 [book: Greifenverlag], passim (F)

Ulfert Goeman: Wegbeieiter mit Posaune. Jazz – Das Darmstädter Institut publiziert bedeutende Beiträge zu Albert Mangelsdorff, in: Darmstädter Echo, 31.Jan.2011 (B: “Tension / Spannung”, edited by Wolfram Knauer) [digi.copy]

Ulfert Goeman: “Albert Mangelsdorff. Tension / Spannung. Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung, Band 11”, edited by Wolfram Knauer, in: Jazz Podium, 60/2 (Feb.2011), p. 60 (B) [digi.copy]

Bert Noglik: Buchrezension: Darmstädter Beiträge zur Jazzforschung Band 11. Albert Mangelsdorff – Tension – Spannung, in: [SWR 2 NOW Jazz Magazin], 3.Mar.2011 (F: manuscript) [digi.copy]

NN: Der Jazz-Posaunist als Model. Fundstücke aus dem Mangelsdorff-Nachlass, in: , 24.Aug.2011 (F) [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Sandner: Es war nicht die Meise. Gesprächskonzert mit Jürgen Schwab und Christof Lauer, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 25.Aug.2011 (C) [digi.copy]

Wolfram Knauer: “Three Angels”. Albert Mangelsdorff’s and Other Musicians’ Reworking of the German Folk Music Tradition, in: Current Research in Jazz, #4 (2012) [Dan Morgenstern Festschrift] <crj-online.org/v4/> (F) [digi.copy]

Lukas Gedziorowski: Vogeljazz am Teich. Ein bislang namenloser Enten- und Reiherweiher, an dem der Posaunist Albert Mangelsdorff oft Vögel beobachtete, soll jetzt nach dem legendären Frankfurter Musiker benannt werden, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, 14.Mar.2013 (F) [digi.copy

NN: Straßenbenennungen und Angaben zum amtlichen Straßenverzeichnis, in: Amtsblatt (Frankfurt), 24.Jul.2013 (F: planned re-naming of Frankfurt street in “Albert-Mangelsdorff-Allee”; never realized) [digi.copy]

NN: Albert Mangelsdorff Quintett – “Legends Live” (Jazzhaus 201727), in: [LP inpo], Jul.2013 (F) [digi.copy]

Evanthia Triantafillou: Einladung zur Einweihungsfeier des Albert-Mangelsdorff-Weihers, in: [letter], 17.Sep.2013 (F: small lake in Frankfurt park to be named after Albert Mangelsdorff) [digi.copy]

Ulrich Stock: Wiederentdeckt. Erste Weltmusik aus Deutschland. Das Albert Mangelsdorff Quintett holte Thailand nach Freiburg, in: Die Zeit, 12.Dec.2013 (R: “Live at Audimax Freiburg, June 22, 1964”, SWR/Arthaus Musik) [digi.copy]

Rainer Bratfisch: Jazz in Berlin, Berlin 2014 [book: Nicolai Verlag], passim (F)

Jazz Index: Charlie Parker

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Jazz Index – created on 13. August 2014

The following bibliographical information is drawn from periodicals and books present in the archive of the Jazzinstitut Darmstadt. Our extensive periodical collection comprises more than 55,000 issues of some 1,050 jazz periodicals. Close to two-thirds of the collection has been indexed.

Following the more recent entries are abbreviations denoting the nature of the material in the respective articles. These symbols are:

[A] = analytical remarks

[B] = extensive book review

[BT] = blindfold test

[C] = concert review

[D] = discography

[F] = feature article

[I] = interview

[“I”] = article written by the respective musician himself

[N] = (very short) news item

[O] = obituary

[R] = extensive record review

[T] = transcription

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Parker, Charlie (as * real name: Charles Christopher Parker; b: 29.Aug.1920, Kansas City/KS; d: 12.Mar.1955, New York; Lexikon: Feather [1960]; Companion [1987]; New Grove [1988]; rororo [1988]; Reclam [1989]; Dictionnaire [1988,1995]; MusicHound [1999]; Rough Guide [1999]; vertical file: Charlie PARKER [1988,1998,2000,2003-2005])

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LITERATURE:

NN: Flash!, in: Metronome, 62/6 (Jun.1945), p. 6 (N: Philadelphia concert with Don Byas, Buddy DeFranco, Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker) [digi.copy]

NN: Flash!, in: Metronome, 62/6 (Jun.1945), p. 6 (N: New Jazz Foundation concert in New York with Billie Holiday or Coleman Hawkins, Erroll Garner Trio, Remo Palmieri, Don Byas, Charlie Parker, Buck Clayton, Slam Stewart, Joe Guy) [digi.copy]

The Two Deuces (= Barry Ulanov & Leonard Feather): Dizzy Gillespie – “Blue ‘n’ Boogie” / “Groovin’ High” (Guild 1001), in: Metronome, 62/6 (Jun.1945), p. 14 (R: calling Parker “The Diz of the alto”) [digi.copy]

Barry Ulanov & Leonard Feather: Tiny Grimes/Charlie Parker, in: Metronome, Oct.1945 (C); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 239-240 (R)

Barry Ulanov: Dizzy Dazzles for an Hour. Rest of Concert Drags, in: Metronome, Oct.1945 (C); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 181-183 (C)

Horst Lippmann: Letzte Neuheiten. Charlie Parker hat eigene Band, in: Die Jazz-Club News, #3/4 (Oct/Nov.1945), p. 22 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: 652nd Street Invades Toronto Studio, in: Down Beat, 12/24 (15.Dec.1945), p. 2 (N/photo)

NN: Parker Exciting L.A. With Be-Bop, in: The Capitol News from Hollywood, 4/4 (Apr.1946), p. 10 (short F: at Finale Club with Miles Davis, Joe Albany) [digi.copy]

NN: Sunset and Vine, in: The Capitol News from Hollywood, 4/4 (Apr.1946), p. 2 (news column: wants to stay in Hollywood permanently; just signed recording contract) [digi.copy]

Barry Ulanov & George T. Simon & Leonard Feather: Charlie Parker’s Re Boppers – “Now’s The Time”/”Billie’s Bounce”, in: Metronome, Mar.1946; Reprint, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 240-241 (R)

Barry Ulanov & George T. Simon & Leonard Feather: Charlie Parker’s Ri Bop Boys – “Ko Ko”, in: Metronome, May 1946; Reprint, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 241-242 (R: excerpt referring to Parker)

NN: Noteworthy People. New Maetsro – Charlie (Bird) Parker, in: Hollywood Note, 1/4 (Jun.1946), p. 24 (short F)

Michael Levin: Charlie Parker – “Ornithology” / “A Night in Tunesia” (Dial 1002), in: Down Beat, 15.Jul.1946 (R: 2 stars / 3 stars); reprint, in: Frank Alkyer & Ed Enright & Jason Koransky (eds.): The Miles Davis Reader. Interviews and Features from DownBeat Magazine, New York 2007 [book: Hal Leonard Books], p. 183 (R)

NN: Charlie Parker Shows Recovery, in: Down Beat, 23.Sep.1946 (N) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 51}

George T. Simon & Leonard Feather: Charlie Parker – “Be-Bop”/”Lover Man”, in: Metronome, Nov.1946 (R); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 242 (R)

NN: Benefit presented here for Charlie Parker, in: [unknown manuscript], 16.Dec.1946 (C) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 18}

NN: Parker Fund to Hospital, in: [unknown source], 1947 (F: benefit money turned over to West View Hospital) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 162}

NN: Benefit, in: [unknown source], Feb.1947 (short F: benefit for Charlie Parker at Club Royale in Los Angeles earning 500 dollar) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 17}

Ross Russell & Chan Richardson: [correspondence], in: NN: Pop, Including Bird – The Chan Parker Collection, London, 8.Sep.1954 [auction catalogue], p. 9 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 7}

Elliott Grennard: Sparrow’s Last Jump, in: Ralph J. Gleason: Jam Session. An Anthology of Jazz, London 1961 [book], p. 235-248 (short story; Reprint aus: Harper’s Magazine, May 1947) [digi.copy]

NN: Yardbird Parker Is Blue Monday’s Jam ‘Sesh’ Star, in: New York Amsterdam News, 3.May 1947, p. 23 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: The Bird, in: Metronome, 63/6 (Jun.1947), p. 27 (short F/photo) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Yardbird Flies Home. Back in New York, Charlie Parker reviews his life and his musical thinking, in: Metronome, 63/8 (Aug.1947), p. 14, 43-44 (F/I) [digi.copy]; Reprint, in: Jerry’s Rhythm Rag, 2 (spring 1993), p. 28-30 (F/I); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck: The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 61-65 (F/I)

NN: Charlie Parker – “Buzzy” / “Donna Lee” (Savoy 512), in: Metronome, 63/8 (Aug.1947), p. 32 (R) [digi.copy]

Joe Segal: Jazz Moods. Be-Bop Arrives As ‘Bird’ Comes to Chi, in: [unknown source, ca.Oct.1947 (F: upcoming engagement at Argyle Show Lounge) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 167}

Michael Levin: Dizzy, Bird, Ella Pack Carnegie. Despite Bad Acoustics, Gillespie Concert Offers Some Excellent Music, in: Down Beat, 14/22 (22.Oct.1947), p. 1, 3 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Dizzy Gillespie. The Bebop Years 1937-1952, Cambridge 2000 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 51 (C)

Allan Morisson & Nicole Barclay: Charlie “Yardbird” Parker, in: Jazz News [France], #1 (Noel 1948), p. 6-7 (F)

André Hodeir: Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Hot, #special (Jan.1948), p. 8-10l, 13 (F/A); erratum, in: Jazz Hot, #19 (Jan.1948), p. 11

Charles Delaunay: Discographie de Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Hot, #special (Jan.1948), p. 8 (D)

Hubert Rostaing: Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Hot, #special (Jan.1948), p. 9 (F)

NN: Influence of the Year. Charlie Parker, in: Metronome, 64/1 (Jan.1948), p. 22 (F) [digi.copy]

Raymond Fol: Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Hot, #special (Jan.1948), p. 8 (F)

NN: Harris, Parker Get Beat Plaques, in: Down Beat, 15/8 (21.Apr.1948), p. 18 (N); Reprint, in: Ken Vail: Bird’s Diary. The Life of Charlie Parker 1945-1955, Chessington/Surrey 1996 [book], p. 36 (N)

Tom Herrick: Charlie Parker – “The Parkers” (Savoy 509), in: Down Beat, 21.Apr.1948 (R: 3 stars); reprint, in: Frank Alkyer & Ed Enright & Jason Koransky (eds.): The Miles Davis Reader. Interviews and Features from DownBeat Magazine, New York 2007 [book: Hal Leonard Books], p. 183-184 (R)

NN: Bop vs. Boogie Show, in: Down Beat, 15/10 (19.May 1948), p. 3 (N)

Tom Herrick: Charlie Parker Quartet – “This Is Always” / “Dewey Square” (Dial 1019), in: Down Beat, 11.Aug.1948 (R: 2 stars / 3 stars); reprint, in: Frank Alkyer & Ed Enright & Jason Koransky (eds.): The Miles Davis Reader. Interviews and Features from DownBeat Magazine, New York 2007 [book: Hal Leonard Books], p. 184 (R)

Leonard Feather: A Bird’s-ear View of Music. Nobody gets the bird from bird as broadminded parker takes the blindfold test, in: Metronome, 64/8 (Aug.1948), p. 14, 21-22 (BT: Stan Kenton: “Monotony”/”Elegy for Alto”; Benny Goodman: “Nagasaki”; Sonny Stitt: “Seven-Up”; Jay McShann: “Sepian Stomp”; George Wettling: “Heebie Jeebies”; Stravinsky: “The Song of the Nightingale”; Hot Lips Page: “Lafayette”; Count Basie: “House Rent Boogie”; Charlie Barnet: “The Gal from Joe’s”; Dizzy Gillespie: “Stay On It”; Johnny Hodges: “Passion Flower”); Reprint, in: Down Beat, 32/5 (11.Mar.1965), p. 32 (BT); Reprint, in: Jazz Times, 25/5 (Jun.1995), p. 122, 120 (BT); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck: The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 65-69 (BT)

Martha Mee: Letters to the Editors. Ornithology, in: Metronome, 64/10 (Oct.1948), p. 26 (letter)

Eddie Ronan: Bird a Floperoo; Hawk Still Tops, in: Down Beat, 15/25 (15.Dec.1948), p. 7 (C) [digi.copy]

Tom Herrick: Charlie Parker – “Barbados” / “Parker’s Mood” (Savoy 936), in: Down Beat, 15.Dec.1948 (R: 2 stars / 3 stars); reprint, in: Frank Alkyer & Ed Enright & Jason Koransky (eds.): The Miles Davis Reader. Interviews and Features from DownBeat Magazine, New York 2007 [book: Hal Leonard Books], p. 184 (R)

Marke Paise: Fans Score; Bird Fails to Show Up, in: Down Beat, 15/26 (29.Dec.1948), p. 11 (N); Reprint, in: Ken Vail: Bird’s Diary. The Life of Charlie Parker 1945-1955, Chessington/Surrey 1996 [book], p. 43 (N)

Charles Delaunay: [letter to Charlie Parker], in: NN: ‘Bird’. The Chan Parker Collection Auction, in: Crescendo & Jazz Music, 31/4 (Aug/Sep.1994), p. 10 (F: excerpts from letter inviting Charlie Parker to Paris) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 8}

George Hoefer: Parker and Phillips Beep New Type Bop With Bongo Beat, in: [unknown source], 1949 (R: Charlier Parker & Machito) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 166}

Gil Fuller: Be-Bop Instrumental Choruses for Alto Sax by Charlie Parker. 6 Original Choruses on Outstanding Be-Bop Themes, New York & London 1949 [sheet music: J.J. Robbins / Bosworth & Co.] (T: “Oop Bop Sh’Bam”, “Things to Come”; “That’s Earl, Brother”; Ray’s Idea”; “One Bass Hit”; “Good Dues Blues”)

Harold Davison: [letter to Charlie Parker], in: NN: ‘Bird’. The Chan Parker Collection Auction, in: Crescendo & Jazz Music, 31/4 (Aug/Sep.1994), p. 10 (F: excerpts from letter inviting Charlie Parker to Paris) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 8}

Horst Lippmann: Über die beste Combo der Welt (Charlie Parker Quintett), in: Jazz Home, 1/2 (1949), p. 14-18 (F) [digi.copy]

J. Blume et al: Discographie de Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Hot, 15/39 (1949), p. 30-32 (D)

Van Alexander: The Be-Bop Style, New York 1949 [sheet music: Criterion Music Corporation] (F/A/T: “Yardbird Suite”, “Moose the Mooche”, “Confirmation”)

Tom Herrick: Charlie Parker – “Embraceable You” / “Bongo Bop” (Dial 1024), in: Down Beat, 28.Jan.1949 (R: 3 stars / 2 stars); reprint, in: Frank Alkyer & Ed Enright & Jason Koransky (eds.): The Miles Davis Reader. Interviews and Features from DownBeat Magazine, New York 2007 [book: Hal Leonard Books], p. 185 (R)

George Simon: Metronome Poll. Charlie Parker, in: Metronome, 65/1 (Jan.1949), p. 18 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: Charlie Parker All Stars – “Barbados” / “Parker’s Mood” (Savoy 936), in: Metronome, 65/1 (Jan.1949), p. 47 (R) [digi.copy]

“N.K.”: Charlie Parker Quartet” – “Bird’s Nest” / “Coal Blues” (Esquire 10-017), in: Jazz Journal, 2/2 (Feb.1949), p. 5 (R) [digi.copy]

Barry Ulanov & Barbara Hodgkins & Peter Dean: Charlie Parker – “Bongo Bop”/Embraceable You”, in: Metronome, Feb.1949 (R); in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 243 (R)

André Hodeir: Charlie “Yardbird” Parker, in: Jazz Hot, #33 (May 1949), p. 8-9 (F)

Boris Vian: Charlie Parker. Le Superman du Jazz, in: Jazz Hot, #33 (May 1949), p. 21 (F); Reprint, in: Boris Vian: Écrits sur le jazz. Tome 1: Jazz Hot/Combat, Paris 1981 [book: Christian Bourgois Éditeur], p. 75-77 (F); Dutch translation, as: Charlie Parker, de superman van de jazz, in: Boris Vian: Over jazz. Teksten 1946-1958, Amsterdam 1984 [book: Van Gennep], p. 43-45 (F); German translation, in: Boris Vian: Rundherum um Mitternacht. Schriften, Glossen und Kritiken über Jazz, Wien 1989 [book], p. 77-79 (F)

NN: Do You Get It?, in: Time, 23.May 1949 (C: Paris concert) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 16}

S.F.: Charlie “Yardbird” Parker, in: Jazz News [France], #5 (May 1949), p. 6-7 (F)

NN: Charlie Parker’s New Stars – “Stupendous”; Howard McGhee Sextet – “High wind in Hollywood” (Parlophone R. 3142), in: Orkester Journalen, 17/6 (Jun.1949), p. 30-31 (R)

Rolf Dahlgren: Charlie Parker’s New Stars – “Stupendous”; The Howard McGhee Sextet – “High Wind in Hollywood (Parlophone R 3142), in: Estrad, 11/6 (Jun.1949), p. 15 (R)

Michael Levin: Charlie Parker – “Crazelogy Part I / Part II” (Dial 1034), in: Down Beat, 17.Jun.49 (R: 1 stars; 3 stars); reprint, in: Frank Alkyer & Ed Enright & Jason Koransky (eds.): The Miles Davis Reader. Interviews and Features from DownBeat Magazine, New York 2007 [book: Hal Leonard Books], p. 187 (R)

Boris Vian: Parker et les Cubains, in: Combat, 11.Jul.1949 (F); Reprint, in: Boris Vian: Écrits sur le jazz. Tome 1: Jazz Hot/Combat, Paris 1981 [book: Christian Bourgois Éditeur], p. 353-354 (F)

Frank Ténot (aka “Le Raisin Moisi”): Fausses Notes. Charlie Parker et Max Roach m’ont dit…, in: Jazz Hot, #36 (Sep.1949), p. 11 (F: satire); reprint, in: Frank Ténot: Frankly Speaking. Chroniques de Jazz de 1944 à 2004, Paris 2004 [book: Editions du Layeur], p. 28-29 (F)

Michael Levin & John S. Wilson: Charlie Parker. No Bop Roots in Jazz: Parker, in: Down Beat, 9.Sep.1949, S. 1 (F/I); Reprint, as “Charlie Parker. The Chili Parlor Interview”, in: Down Beat, 32/6 (1965), p. 13-15 (F/I); Reprint, in: Ekkehard Jost & Annette Hauber & Klaus Wolbert (eds.): That’s Jazz. Der Sound des 20. Jahrhunderts, Darmstadt 1988 [book], p. 187-189 (F/I); Reprint, in: Down Beat, 57/12 (Dec.1990), p. 20 (F/I); Reprint, in: Down Beat, 61/2 (Feb.1994), p. 24, 26 (F/I); Reprint, in: Down Beat: 60 Years of Jazz, Milwaukee 1995 (Hal Leonard Corp.) [book], p. 67-68 (F/I); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck: The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 69-79 (F/I); reprint, in: Down Beat, 76/5 (May 2009), p. 44-46 (F/I) [digi.copy]; reprint, in: Frank Alkyer & Ed Enright (eds.): Down Beat. The Great Jazz Interviews. A 75th Anniversary Anthology, New York 2009 [book: Hal Leonard Books], p. 32-36 (F/I)

NN: Jazz at Massey Hall, in: Down Beat, 56/9 (Sep.1989), p. 52 (R; Reprint from: Down Beat, 1950s) [digi.copy]

Claes Dahlgren: Hermans stora band upplöst. Nytt från New York. Billy Eckstine – Charlie Parker – Herbie Fields – Birdland öppnar med Jazz Festival, in: Orkester Journalen, 18/1 (Jan.1950), p. 12-13, 17 (C)

NN: Charlie Parker All Stars – “Birds gets the worm” / James Moody and his Cool Cats – “Dexterious” (Metronome B 511), in: Orkester Journalen, 18/1 (Jan.1950), p. 23 (R)

NN: The All Stars. Charlie Parker, in: Metronome, 66/1 (Jan.1950), p. 16 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Un chorus entre mille. Chorus de Charlie Parker sur “Ornithology”, in: Jazz Hot, #40 (Jan.1950), p. 33 (T)

NN: Charlie Parker Solo on ‘Groovin’ High’, in: Down Beat, 17/5 (10.Mar.1950), p. 12 (T); Reprint, in: Down Beat, 36/14 (10.Jul.1969), p. 40 (T)

Tom Cundall: Charlie Parker – “Donna Lee” / “Buzzy” (Savoy 928), in: Jazz Journal, 3/3 (Mar.1950), p. 7 (R) [digi.copy]

J.-L. Scali: Discographie de Charlie Parker. corrections/additions, in: Jazz Hot, #43 (Apr.1950), p. 30 (D)

NN: At Mosque. Tickets Ready For Bird, Slam, Shearing Date, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 8.Apr.1950, p. 20 (short F: concert preview) [digi.copy]

Ruth McClendon: Chords and Discords. Parker’s ‘Mood’, in: Down Beat, 17/8 (21.Apr.1950), p. 10 (letter: disappointing concert)

Barry Ulanov & Barbara Hodgkins & George T. Simon: Charlie Parker – “Klactoveedsedstene”/”Charlie’s Wig”, in: Metronome, May 1950 (R); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 244 (R)

Marshall Stearns & James Maher: Charlie Parker Interview [transcription], in: [website], radio interview, around May 1950 (I) [digi.copy]

Marshall Stearns: Charlie Parker Interview, in: Ken Vail: Bird’s Diary. The Life of Charlie Parker 1945-1955, Chessington/Surrey 1996 [book], p. 74-77 (I from May 1950)

Victor Mitz: Advenimiento de Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Crisis (Spain), 1/9 (Jun/Jul.1950), p. 70, 74 (F)

Barry Ulanov & Barbara Hodgkins & George T. Simon: Charlie Parker and Strings, in: Metronome, Aug.1950 (R); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 245-246 (R)

Barry Ulanov: In Person. Charlie Parker, in: Metronome, 66/8 (Aug.1950), p. 19 (C); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck: The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 183-184 (C)

Charles Delaunay: [letter to Charlie Parker], in: NN: ‘Bird’. The Chan Parker Collection Auction, in: Crescendo & Jazz Music, 31/4 (Aug/Sep.1994), p. 10 (F: excerpts from letter inviting Charlie Parker to Paris) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 8}

Leonard Feather: Charlie Parker et son orchestre à cordes, in: Jazz Hot, #47 (Sep.1950), p. 17 (F)

Leonard Feather: Charlie Parker Interview, in: [website], radio interview, Voice of America, Mar/Apr.1951 (I) [digi.copy]

NN: Charlie Parker – “Drifting on a Reed” / “The Gypsy” (Dial 1043), in: Metronome, 67/4 (Apr.1951), p. 29 (R)

Marshall Stearns & John Maher: Interview – Charlie Parker, ca. May 1, 1951, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 91-109 (I)

NN: Charlie Parker – School, in: Metronome, 67/9 (Sep.1951), p. 11-12

NN: Charlie Parker’s Discography, in: Metronome, 67/9 (Sep.1951), p. 12

Lucien Malson: Charlie Parker, in: Lucien Malson: Que sais-je? Les maitres du jazz, Paris 1952 [book], p. 107-120 (F)

Mike Butcher: Matters for Moderns. … then I heard Bird – so ugly, so angular and so sharp, in: Melody Maker, 1952 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 161}

Lars Resberg: Charlie Parker Quintet – “This Is Always” / “Carving The Bird” (Metronome B 582), in: Estrad, 14/1 (Jan.1952), p. 14 (R)

NN: Charlie Parker – “Star Eyes” / “Au Privave” (Mercury 11087), in: Down Beat, 7.May 1952 (R: 2 stars / 3 stars); reprint, in: Frank Alkyer & Ed Enright & Jason Koransky (eds.): The Miles Davis Reader. Interviews and Features from DownBeat Magazine, New York 2007 [book: Hal Leonard Books], p. 189-190 (R)

Alun Morgan: Retrospection, in: Jazz Journal, 5/8 (Aug.1952), p. 6 (F/R: “Quasimodo”, “Dewey Square”)

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Das Jazzbuch. Entwicklung und Bedeutung der Jazzmusik, Frankfurt/Main 1953 [book: Fischer Bücherei], p. 67-71 (F)

M. Nevard: Is Parker Washed Up?, in: Melody Maker, 29/1058 (1953), p. 3

André Hodeir: Un chorus par disque. Le solo de Charlie Parker sur “Ornithology”, in: Jazz Hot, #73 (Jan.1953), p. 14 (A/T)

Nat Hentoff: Counterpoint [Bird with Strings a.o.], in: Down Beat, 20.Jan.1953 (F/I); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck: The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 79-81 (F/I); reprint, in: Down Beat, 76/7 (Jul.2009), p. 102 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Nat Hentoff: Counterpoint [Bird with Strings a.o.], in: Down Beat, 61/7 (Jul.1994), p. 38 (F/I; Reprint aus DB, 28.Jan.1953)

Nat Hentoff: Counterpoint, in: Down Beat, 20/2 (28.Jan.1953), p. 15 (F/I: on strings, Hindemith, Stravinsky, Bartok, Lennie Tristano, Dave Brubeck, Paul Desmond)

NN: I’m as happy as a bird with my King Super-20, in: Down Beat, 20/1 (14.Jan.1953), p. 18 (advertisement)

NN: “Charlie Parker” (Mercury MGC 513), in: Down Beat, 20/4 (25.Feb.1953), p. 13 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Bird Turns Teacher, in: Down Beat, 20/4 (25.Feb.1953), p. 6 (N) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 50}

NN: Bird, Diz To Pace Toronto Jazz Fete, in: Down Beat, 20/5 (11.Mar.1953), p. 5 (N: Massey Hall Concert) [digi.copy]

NN: Charlie Parker – “I Can’t Get Started” / “Night and Day” (Mercury), in: Down Beat, 20/8 (22.Apr.1953), p. 21 (R)

William Hoffman: Chords and Discords. Where’s Bird?, in: Down Beat, 20/12 (17.Jun.1953), p. 8 (letter) [digi.copy]

Gordon Wells: Charlie Parker – The “Bird”, in: Jazz Journal, 6/6 (Jun.1953), p. 1 (F)

John McLellan: Charlie Parker Interview, in: [website], radio interview, WHDH Boston, 13.Jun.1953 (I) [digi.copy]

John McLellan: Charlie Parker Interview, in: Ken Vail: Bird’s Diary. The Life of Charlie Parker 1945-1955, Chessington/Surrey 1996 [book], p. 130-132 (I from Jun.1953)

John McLellan: Interview – Charlie Parker, Boston, probably June 13, 1953, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 109-121 (I)

George T. Simon: Winding-Parker at Birdland, in: Metronome, 69/7 (Jul.1953), p. 18-19 (C); Reprint, in: Ken Vail: Bird’s Diary. The Life of Charlie Parker 1945-1955, Chessington/Surrey 1996 [book], p. 133 (C); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck: The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 184 (C: excerpt referring to Parker)

NN: Want To Buy A Combo?, in: Down Beat, 20/14 (15.Jul.1953), p. 28 (very short F) [digi.copy]

Barry Ulanov: Charlie Parker – “In the Still of the Night”/”Old Folks”, in: Metronome, Sep.1953 (R); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 246 (R)

NN: “Jazz at Massey Hall” (Debut DLP-2, Debut DLP-3), in: Down Beat, 20/26 (30.Dec.1953), p. 14 (R) [digi.copy]

Billy Eckstine: Bird Blew In His Socks!, in: Melody Maker, 30/1091 (1954), p. 3-4

Billy Eckstine: Dizzy, Bird and the Birth of Bop, in: Melody Maker, 30/1094 (1954), p. 5

Leonard Feather & Robert Reisner: Bird, in: Eddie Condon & Richard Gehman (Hgg.): Eddie Condon’s Treasury of Jazz, New York 1956 [book], p. 228-241 (F; Reprint aus: Down Beat 1954; 1956)

NN: “Bird” Attempts Suicide on Eve of Tour, in: Melody Maker, 30/1096 (1954), p. 1, 16

NN: Charlie Parker Booked to Play in Britain, in: Melody Maker, 30/1094 (1954), p. 1, 8

Ted Hallock: Parker Talks to the MM, in: Melody Maker, 30/1059 (1954), p.3

John McLellan & Paul Desmond: Charlie Parker Interview, in: [website], radio interview, WHDH Boston, Jan.1954 (I) [digi.copy]

John McLellan: Charlie Parker Interview, in: Ken Vail: Bird’s Diary. The Life of Charlie Parker 1945-1955, Chessington/Surrey 1996 [book], p. 144-146 (I from Jan.1954)

John McLellan: Interview – Charlie Parker, Paul Desmond, Boston, January 1954, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 121-131 (I)

Jack Tracy: Charlie Parker – “She Rote” / “K.C. Blues” (Clef 11101), in: Down Beat, 10.Feb.1954 (R: 5 stars / 2 stars); reprint, in: Frank Alkyer & Ed Enright & Jason Koransky (eds.): The Miles Davis Reader. Interviews and Features from DownBeat Magazine, New York 2007 [book: Hal Leonard Books], p. 193 (R)

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Charlie Parker Quintett – “Au privave” / “Star Eyes” (Austroton), in: Jazz Podium, 3/2 (Feb.1954), p. 18 (R) [digi.copy]

Edgar Jackson: “Jazz at Massey Hall” (Vogue), in: Melody Maker, #1073 (10.Apr.1954), p. 11 (R) [digi.copy]

Barry Ulanov: Bird on the Run, in: Metronome, 70/3 (Mar.1954), p. 34

Nat Hentoff: “Jazz at Massey Hall, Vol. 3” (Debut DLP-4), in: Down Beat, 72/1 (Jan.2005), p. 86 (R: 5 stars; reprint, from: Down Beat, 5.May 1954) [digi.copy]

Nat Hentoff: Charlie Parker – “Almost Like Being in Love” / “What Is This Thign Called Love?” (Clef), in: Down Beat, 21/10 (19.May 1954), p. 10, 12 (R)

K. Klaphek: Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Podium, 3/8 (Aug.1954), p. 5

NN: Charlie Parker Quintett – “Star Eyes” / “Au Privave” (Austroton 5192 V), in: Jazz-Echo, Aug.1954, p. 51 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Den Großen Deutschen Jazz-Plattenpreis 1954 – Combos (modern) – erhielt Charlie Parker, in: Jazz-Echo, Aug.1954, p. 37 (N/photo) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News, in: Jazz-Echo, Aug.1954, p. 48 (N: European tour planned with Sarah Vaughan, Illinois Jacquet) [digi.copy]

Dorothy Kilgannon: Fired ‘Bop King’ Tries to Kill Self, in: [New York Journal?], 4.Sep.1954 (short F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 1}

NN: Entertainment. Charlie Parker Tries Suicide After Being Fired, in: Jet, 6/19 (16.Sep.1954), p. 56 (short F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 61}

NN: Vaughan, Jacquet, Parker Will Entertain GIs in Europe, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 18.Sep.1954, p. 18 (F: play England, Germany) [digi.copy]

NN: Charlie Parker ne viendra pas en Europe, in: Jazz Hot, #92 (Oct.1954), p. 22 (N)

NN: Jazz-News, in: Jazz-Echo, Oct.1954, p. 48 (N: Charlie Parker, Sarah Vaughan, German tour dates) [digi.copy]

NN: Parker “vilar” efter skandal och självmordsförsök med jod, in: Estrad, 16/10 (Oct.1954), p. 1 (F)

NN: Selbstmordversuch Charlie Parkers, in: Jazz Podium, 3/10 (Oct.1954), p. 5

NN: Jazz-News, in: Jazz-Echo, Nov.1954, p. 46 (N: Parker’s European tour cancelled after suicide attempt) [digi.copy]

George Hoefer: Charlie “Yardbird” Parker, in: [manuscript], ca.1955 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 191-200}

George Hoefer: The Bird Blows the Blues, in: [manuscript], ca. 1955 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 159-160; also p. 172-173}

Gion Mili: Six, in: NN: Newport Jazz Festival 1955, Newport 1955 [program booklet: Jacques Willaumez Associates], p. 72-77 (short F/photo) [digi.copy]

Nat Shapiro & Nat Hentoff (eds.): Hear Me Talkin’ to Ya. The Story of Jazz by the Men Who Made It, New York 1955 [book: Rinehart & Company]; London 1955 [book: Peter Davies]; London 1958 [book: Peter Davies]; Harmondsworth 1962 [book: Penguin]; New York 1966 [book: Dover]; German translation as “Jazz erzählt. hear me talkin’ to ya”, München 1959 [book: Nymphenburger Verlagshandlung]; German translation as “Jazz erzählt. Von New Orleans bis West Coast”, München 1962 [book: dtv]; German translation as “Jazz erzählt. 50 Jahre Jazzgeschichte aus erster Hand”, Frankfurt/Main 1984 [book: JAS Publikationen], passim (short I)

NN: To Parker, in: NN: Newport Jazz Festival 1955, Newport 1955 [program booklet: Jacques Willaumez Associates], p. 28-29 (short F) [digi.copy]

Harvey Kahn: Death of Parker Rumours Began as Joke in Paris Club, in: Melody Maker, 29.Jan.1955, p. 20

Charles Gruenberg: Jazz World Mourns Loss of ‘Cool’ Charlie Parker, in: New York Post, 15.Mar.1955, p. 4, 38 (F/O) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 43-45}

Bob Sylvester: The Yardbird Dies, in: New York Daily News, 16.Mar.1955 (F/O) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 41}

Julie Macdonald: Dear Mr. Stearns…, in: [manuscript], 17.Mar.1955 (F: letter to Marshall Stearns about Charlie Parker’s death, possible benefit) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 163}

Leonard Feather: Sudden Death of Charlie Parker, in: Melody Maker, 19.Mar.1955, p. 1, 20

M. Nevard: Fallen Bird, in: Melody Maker, 19.Mar.1955, p. 3

NN: Charlie Parker, Jazz Master Dies. A Be-Bop Founder and Top Saxophonist Is Stricken in Suite of Baroness, in: New York Times, 15.Mar.1955 (F/O) [digi.copy]

Carroll Peery: Charlie Parker Memorial Concert Jams Carnegie Hall, in: Daily Worker (New York), 5.Apr.1955, p. 7 (C: memorial concert) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 42}

NN: Neger. Charlie ist tot, in: Der Spiegel, 13.Apr.1955, p. 46 (F/O) [digi.copy]

André Hodeir: Le Bird n’est plus, in: Jazz Hot, #98 (Apr.1955), p. 7-8 (F/O)

Bill Coss: Charlie Parker – “Cosmic Rays”/”Kim”, in: Metronome, Apr.1955 (R); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 247 (R)

Billie Wallington: Charlie Parker… un être humain, in: Jazz Magazine, #5 (Apr.1955), p. 20 (F); reprint, in: Les Années Jazz Magazine 1954-2000, Turin 2000 [book: Filipacchi], p. 24 (F)

Hubert Damisch: Charlie Parker. Fragile, mystérieux, insaisissable, in: Jazz Magazine, #5 (Apr.1955), p. 16 (F); reprint, in: Les Années Jazz Magazine 1954-2000, Turin 2000 [book: Filipacchi], p. 22 (F)

Jean Berdin: Bird of Paradise, in: Jazz Magazine, #5 (Apr.1955), p. 17, 20 (F); reprint, in: Les Années Jazz Magazine 1954-2000, Turin 2000 [book: Filipacchi], p. 23-24 (F)

Leonard Feather: Charlie Parker tel que je l’ai connu, in: Jazz Hot, #98 (Apr.1955), p. 8-10 (F/O)

Leonard Feather: Parker Finally Finds Peace, in: Down Beat, 20.Apr.1955 (F/O); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck: The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 81-83 (F/O); Reprint, in: Down Beat, 66/7 (Jul.1999), p. 34-35 (F/O)

NN: Charlie Parker (gestorben), in: Jazz Podium, 4/4 (Apr.1955), p. 4

NN: Farewell to Bird, in: Melody Maker, 2.Apr.1955, p. 9 (funeral)

NN: Jazz. Neger. Charlie ist tot, in: Der Spiegel, 9/16 (13.Apr.1955), p. 46 (F/O) [digi.copy]

NN: The Amen Corner. Farewell to the Bird, in: [unknown source], Apr.1955 (short F) [digi.copy]

Ted Raymond: The Strange Case of “Yardbird” Parker and Baroness Rothschild. The King of Bop Died Before his Time – in The Fifth Avenue Apartment of a Titled Heiress. This Complex of Wealth & Be-Bop Fascinates Because Be-Bop Makes for Curious Friendships, in: [unknown source], p. 22-23, 52 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 169-171}

Billie Wallington: Concert-souvenir. Charlie Parker au Carnegie Hall, in: Jazz Magazine, #6 (May 1955), p. 6 (C)

Billie Washington: Jazz Magazine a assisté aux funérailles de Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Magazine, #6 (May 1955), p. 22-23 (F); reprint, in: Les Années Jazz Magazine 1954-2000, Turin 2000 [book: Filipacchi], p. 26-27 (F)

Gene Ramey: My Memories of Bird Parker, in: Melody Maker, 28.May 1955, p. 5, 10 (F); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck: The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 135-139 (F)

George T. Simon: Simon Says…, in: Metronome, 71/5 (May 1955), p. 54

Joe Brown [Joachim Ernst Berendt]: Charlie Parker. Ein Leben zum Tode…, in: Jazz-Echo, May 1955, p. 39-41 (F/O) [digi.copy]

Lee Saner: Le concert de Carnegie Hall à la mémoire de Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Hot, #99 (May 1955), p. 29 (C)

Leonard Feather: Les obsèques de Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Hot, #99 (May 1955), p. 13 (F)

Leonard Feather: The Parker Memorial Concert (at Carnegie Hall), in: Melody Maker, 7.May 1955, p. 5 (C)

Marcel Zannini: Le dernier chorus du Bird, in: Jazz Hot, #99 (May 1955), p. 10 (F)

NN: Charlie Parker 1920-1955, in: Metronome, 71/5 (May 1955), p. 6

NN: Charlie Parker Records, in: Jazz Magazine, #6 (May 1955), p. 8 (N)

NN: Im Gedenken an Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Podium, 4/5 (May 1955), p. 4 (Spendenaufruf)

NN: Jazz-News. Deutschland, in: Jazz-Echo, May 1955, p. 42 (N: Deutsche Jazz Föderation collects money for Parker family) [digi.copy]

E. Wiedemann: Charlie Parker – Bird Discography, in: Melody Maker, 25.Jun.1955, p. 5

Gene Ramey: Memories of “Bird”… Hur Parker började, in: Estrad, 17/6 (Jun.1955), p. 5 (F)

NN: Jazz-News. Amerika, in: Jazz-Echo, Jun.1955, p. 44 (N: Carnegie Hall memorial concert) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Deutschland, in: Jazz-Echo, Jun.1955, p. 43-44 (N: benefit collection for Parker family by Deutsche Jazz Föderation) [digi.copy]

Rolf Dötsch: Nachrichten aus Westdeutschland. Konzert des HC im Wintergarten – “In memoriam Charlie Parker”, in: Jazz Podium, 4/6 (Jun.1955), p. 22 (N) [digi.copy]

E. Jackson: Charlie Parker Memorial Album, in: Melody Maker, 9.Jul.1955, p. 7 (R)

Gene Ramey: Souvenirs de Bird, in: Jazz Magazine, #8 (Jul/Aug.1955), p. 20-21 (F); reprint, in: Jazz Magazine, #633 (Jan.2012), p. 40-41 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: “Charlie Parker All Stars/Sextet” (Jazztone J-702), in: Jazz-Echo, Jul.1955, p. 52 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Amerika, in: Jazz-Echo, Jul.1955, p. 44 (N: “Charlie Parker Memorial”-Platten in USA) [digi.copy]

NN: Sad Case of Charlie Parker. Dead at 34, the ‘Bird’s tragic life, his early death symbolize the plight of many Negro musicians / At April benefit artists, musicians turned out to acknowledge ‘Bird’s genius / ‘Bird’s tragic life and untimely death are American Tragedy, in: Our World, Jul.1955, p. 9-10, 12 (F/O) [digi.copy] {Rutgers Papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 56-59}

Jörgen Grunnet Jepsen: Charlie Parker Diskografi, in: Orkester Journalen, 23/8 (Aug.1955), p. 34-35 (D)

NN: Jazz-News. Amerika, in: Jazz-Echo, Aug.1955, p. 43 (N: Chan Parker organizes memorial sessions in Lumberville, Pennsylvania) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Deutschland, in: Jazz-Echo, Aug.1955, p. 42 (N: benefit collection by DJF results in 1.000 DM) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Amerika, in: Jazz-Echo, Oct.1955, p. 43 (N: Deutsche Jazz Föderation collects 10.698,26 Dollar for Parker’s family) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Amerika, in: Jazz-Echo, Dec.1955, p. 45 (N: biography by Bob Reisner) [digi.copy]

NN: Readers Name Charlie Parker Fourth Hall of Fame Member, in: Down Beat, 39/13 (20.Jul.1972), p. 25 (Reprint, from: Down Beat, 28.Dec.1955)

Alun Morgan & Raymond Horricks: Parker and Gillespie – The Dominating Figures of the Post-Minton Development, in: Alun Morgan & Raymond Horricks: Modern Jazz. A Survey of Developments since 1939, Westport/CT 1977 [book; Reprint, O: London 1956], p. 43-59 (F)

André Hodeir: Charlie Parker and the Bop Movement, in: André Hodeir: Jazz. Its Evolution and Essence, New York 1956 [book: Grove Press; also: London 1956: Secker & Warburg; New York 1961: Grove Press/Black Cat], p. 99-115 (A/T) [digi.cpy]; reprint, in: André Hodeir & Jean-Louis Pautrot: The André Hodeir Jazz Reader, Ann Arbor/MI 2006 [book: University of Michigan Press], p. 53-67 (A/T)

André Hodeir: Charlie Parker et le mouvement “Bop”, in: André Hodeir: Hommes et Problèmes du Jazz, Paris 1954 [book: Au Portulan, chez Flammarion], p. 124-143 (A/T)

André Hodeir: Le problème de l’improvisation. La mélodie dans le jazz, in: André Hodeir: Hommes et Problèmes du Jazz, Paris 1954 [book: Au Portulan, chez Flammarion], p. 171-192 (A/T: “Cool Blues”)

André Hodeir: The Problem of Improvisation. Melody in Jazz, in: André Hodeir: Jazz. Its Evolution and Essence, New York 1956 [book: Grove Press; also: London 1956: Secker & Warburg; New York 1961: Grove Press/Black Cat], p. 139-157 (A/T: “Cool Blues”) [digi.copy]

B. Harvey: Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Monthly, 2/7 (1956), p. 28, 31

Bill Coss: Charlie Parker 1920-1955, in: Metronome Yearbook 1956 (1956), p. 38-41, 76-79, 96 (F/O) [digi.copy]

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Charlie Parkers Leben zum Tode, in: Joachim Ernst Berendt: Variationen über Jazz, München 1956 [book], p. 60-72 (F)

Leonard Feather: A Bird’s – Ear View of Music, in: Metronome Yearbook 1956 (1956), p. 42-43

NN. Charlie Parker, in: Metronome Yearbook 1956 (1956), p. 80-84 (I with Teddy Charles, Kenny Clarke, J.J. Johnson, John LaPorta, Joe Maini, Charlie Mariano, Charles Mingus, Jack Montrose, Jimmy Raney, David Schildkraut, George Wallington) [digi.copy]

Orrin Keepnews: Charlie Parker, in: Orrin Keepnews: The View from Within. Jazz Writing 1948-1987, New York 1988 [book], p. 85-99 (F; Reprint aus: Nat Shapiro & Nat Hentoff (Hgg.): The Jazz Makers, New York 1956)

Tony Scott: Tony Scott on Charlie Parker, in: Metronome Yearbook 1956 (1956), p. 44-45

Whitney Balliett: The Measure of “Bird”. The unique Charlie Parker, a year after his death, in: [unknown source], ca. 1956, p. 33-34 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 104-105}

William S. Brown: The Last Time I Saw Yardbird, in: Don Friedman & Ken Joffe (eds.): Jazz New York. The First Annual New York Jazz Festival, New York 1956 [program booklet], p. 24-25 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Amerika, in: Jazz-Echo, Jan.1956, p. 46 (N: story about saxophone used for record cover) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Amerika, in: Jazz-Echo, Mar.1956, p. 45 (N: Charlie Parker Memorial Fund) [digi.copy]

M. Nevard: Giants of Jazz. Charlie Parker, in: Melody Maker, 7.Apr.1956, p. 17

Mark Gardner: Bargain Bird, in: Jazz Journal, 20/6 (Jun.1956), p. 8-11 (F/D)

Horst Lippmann: “Das Quintett des Jahres 1953” (Brunswick), in: Jazz Podium, 5/7 (Jul.1956), p. 20 (R: Massey Hall Concert) [digi.copy]

Joe Brown: Charlie Parker / Dizzy Gillespie – “Das Quintett des Jahres” (Brunswick 10 050 EPB), in: Jazz-Echo, Jul.1956, p. 46-47 (R) [digi.copy]

M. Knueppel: Lover Man, in: Jazz Podium, 5/8 (Aug.1956), p. 10

Bill Coss: Charlie Parker – “All Star Sextet” (Roost), in: Jazz Today, 1/1 (Oct.1956), p. 40 (R)

Nat Hentoff: Armstrong aime Parker!, in: Jazz Hot, #115 (Nov.1956), p. 22 (short F/I)

M. Allen: Ornithology, in: Jazz Monthly, 3/6 (1957), p. 12 (poem)

Martin Williams: Collected Bird, in: Martin Williams: Jazz Changes, New York 1992 [book: Oxford University Press], p. 231-233 (R; Reprint von 1957)

Max Harrison: Aspects of an Alto, in: Jazz Monthly, 3/6 (1957), p. 5-6, 27

Max Harrison: Backlog 4. The Originators, in: Jazz Monthly, 3/7 (1957), p. 29, 31

Orrin Keepnews: Charlie Parker, in: Nat Shapiro & Nat Hentoff: The Jazz Makers. Essays on the Greats of Jazz, New York 1979 [book; Reprint, O: 1957], p. 202-217 (F)

T. Brown: The Truth About Charlie Parker, Told By His Friend, the Baroness de Koenigswarter-Rothschild, in: Melody Maker, 16.Feb.1957, p. 4-5

Barney Wilen: Charlie Parker à travers les disques, in: Jazz Hot, #119 (Mar.1957), p. 12-13 (F) [digi.copy]

Eddie Bernard: L’Albatros, in: Jazz Hot, #119 (Mar.1957), p. 10-11 (F) [digi.copy]

Jack Maher: “Jazz at Massey Hall”(Debut), in: Jazz Today, 2/4 (May 1957), p. 28 (R) [digi.copy]

Jack Maher: “The Charlie Parker Story” (Savoy), in: Jazz Today, 2/4 (May 1957), p. 31 (R) [digi.copy]

Whitney Balliett: The Measure of “Bird”, in: Jazz Journal, 10/5 (May 1957), p. 3-4 (F)

Joe Brown (= Joachim Ernst Berendt): “The Art of Charlie Parker (Vol. II)” (Jazztone J 1017), in: Jazz-Echo, Jun.1957, p. 46 (R) [digi.copy]

Ralph J. Gleason: The Rhythm Section. After Parker, Jazz Was Never the Same, in: San Francisco Chronicle, 9.Jun.1957 (F/R: Verve release of eight Parker LPs) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 60}

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Jul.1957, p. 46 (N: book planned by Chan Parker) [digi.copy]

Raymond Horricks: Parker Revisited, in: Melody Maker, 20.Jul.1957, p. 15

NN: Yardbird Suite, in: Jazz Podium, 6/8 (Aug.1957), p. 7, 9

Jack Maher: Moments of Genius, in: Jazz Today, 2/9 (Oct.1957), p. 19-20 (R)

Leonard Feather: “J’ai enregistré Charlie Parker Junior”, in: Jazz Magazine, #31 (Oct.1957), p. 14 (N)

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Oct.1957, p. 45 (N: 5-year-old Charles Baird Parker sings “Salt Peanuts” on tribute LP for Mode Records) [digi.copy]

NN: The Christmas issue…, in: [unknown source], 28.Nov.1957 (N: Adam Claton Powell couldn’t make Parker’s funeral; his assiatant Rev. Licorish garbled names and biographical data) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 55}

Arnold Shaw: Ballad of the Bird. The Legend of Charles Christopher Parker, in: Esquire, Dec.1957 (F) [digi.copy]

François Postif & Guy Kopelowicz: Les héritiers de Parker ont choisi le ténor, in: Jazz Magazine, #33 (Dec.1957), p. 25-30 (F on Parker, short features on Sonny Sitt, Sonny Rollins, John Coltrane, Hank Mobley, Yusef Lateef, J.R. Monterose, Clifford Jordan, John Gilmore, Bobby Jaspar, Barney Wilen, James Clay, Seldon Powell, Lucky Thompson, Curtis Porter, Frank Foster, Frnk Wess, Bill Perkins, Richie Kamuca)

Horst Lippmann: Charlie parker – “Early Bird” (Brunswick 10117 EPB), in: Jazz Podium, 6/12 (Dec.1957), p. 23 (R) [digi.copy]

Horst Lippmann: Charlie Parker & Dizzy Gillespie – “The Immortal Session, Vol. 1” (Sonet SCP-2808), in: Jazz Podium, 6/12 (Dec.1957), p. 22 (R) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Dec.1957, p. 44 (N: new biography by Bob Reisner and Richard Gehman) [digi.copy]

NN: Charlie Parker – “Early Bird” (Brunswick 10 117 EPB), in: Jazz-Echo, Dec.1957, p. 48, 84 (R) [digi.copy]

Alun Morgan: The Charlie Parker Story (on Savoy), in: Jazz Monthly, 3/11 (1958), p. 5-6, 32

Bill Coss: Behind the Jazz Masik. Charlie Parker. From Here to Eternity, in: Metronome Yearbook 1958 (1958), p. 43

Ralph J. Gleason: Charlie “Bird” Parker, in: Ralph J. Gleason: Celebrating the Duke…, New York 1975 [book], p. 87-95 (F; Reprint aus Hi-Fi Stereo Review, 1958; 1971)

Bob Cato: Designer’s Choice. A Statement, in: Infinity. American Sicuety of Magazine Photographers, Feb.1958, (short F/photo: Baird Parker blowing Bird’s saxophone) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 149-151}

Horst Lippmann: Dizzy Gillespie & Charlie Parker – “The Immortal Session Vol. 2” (Sonet); Charlie Parker All Stars – “Night in Tunesia” (Sonet), in: Jazz Podium, 7/2 (Feb.1958), p. 45 (R) [digi.copy]

George Hoefer: Charlie “Yardbird” Parker, in: [letter to Murray Fisher], 5.Mar.1958 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 62-67; also p. 174-179}

George Hoefer: The Hot Box, in: Down Beat, 25/7 (3.Apr.1958), p. 34 (F/R: “The Charlie Parker Story, Savoy MG-12079) [digi.copy]

François Postif & Guy Kopelewicz: Discographie de Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Hot, #132 (May 1958), p. 39-41 (D); part 2, in: Jazz Hot, #133 (Jun.1958), p. 40-42 (D); part 3, in: Jazz Hot, #134 (Jul/Aug.1958), p. 36-38 (D); part 4, in: Jazz Hot, #135 (Sep.1958), p. 38 (D)

“S.J.”: “Charlie Parker Bigband” (Columbua-Clef LP 33CX10004), in: Schlagzeug, 3/10 (Jun.1958), p. 21 (R) [digi.copy]

Steve Race: Immortal Charlie Parker, in: Melody Maker, 21.Jun.1958, p. 4 (R)

Steve Race: Parker, in: Melody Maker, 5.Jul.1958, p. 4

NN: Charlie Parker – “Bird on 52nd Street” (Jazz Workshop Inc JWS-501), in: Jazz-Echo, Nov.1958, p. 44 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Charlie Parker All Star Sextet – “Air Conditioning” / “Bird Feathers” / “Quasimodo” / “Crazeology” (Sonet), in: Westjazz, 4/39 (Nov.1958), p. 7 (R) [digi.copy]

Johs Bergh: Charlie Parker Quintet – “Sewey Square” / “Embraceable You” / “Klacktoveedsedtene” / “Bongo Bop” (Sonet SXP 2826)

NN: Charlie Parker All Stars – “Night in Tunisia” / “Moose the Mooche” / “Yardbird Suite” / “Ornithology” (Sonet SXP 2815) [digi.copy]

Steve Race: Blue Bird, in: Melody Maker, 13.Dec.1958, p. 5 (R: Parker’s Mood)

E. Wiedemann: News and Views. Ornithologically Speaking, in: Jazz Review, 2/5 (1959), p. 42

H.W. Shih: Reconsiderations 3. Charlie Parker Memorial, in: Jazz Review, 2/1 (1959), p. 42-43 (R)

John S. Wilson: The Collector’s Jazz. Modern, New York 1959 [book: J.B. Lippincott], p. 220-225 (short F) [digi.copy]

Lucien Malson: Jazz d’aujourd’hui. Quatre ans après sa mort Charlie Parker demeure le plus vivant des moderns, in: Jazz Magazine, 5/49 (1959), p. 18ff.

Max Harrison: Charlie Parker, in: Nat Hentoff & Albert J. McCarthy (eds.): Jazz. New Perspectives on the History of Jazz by Twelve of the World’s Foremost Jazz Critics and Scholars, New York 1959 [book: Rinehart & Company]; reprint: New York 1961 [book: Grove Press]; reprint: London 1962 [book: The Jazz Book Club & Cassell]; reprint: New York 1975 [book: Da Capo], p. 275-286 (F)

Sadik Hakim: The Charlie Parker KoKo Date, in: Jazz Review, 2/2 (1959), p. 11

Siegfried Schmidt: Charlie Parker. Ein Porträt, Wetzlar 1959 [book: Pegasus Verlag] (F)

Max Harrison: Charlie Parker’s Savoy Recordings, in: Max Harrison: A Jazz Retrospect, London 1991 [book; Reprint, O: 1976], p. 15-22 (F; Reprint aus: Jazz Monthly, Jan.1959)

Sadik Hakim: The Charlie Parker KoKo Date, in: The Jazz Review, 2/2 (Feb.1959), p. 11 (F) [digi.copy]

Erik Wiedemann: News and Views. Ornithologically Speaking, in: The Jazz Review, 2/5 (Jun.1959), p. 42 (F/R: Parker reissues) [digi.copy]

Lucien Malson: Jazz d’aujourd’hui. Quatre ans après sa mort Charlie Parker demeure le plus vivant des modernes, in: Jazz Magazine, #49 (Jun.1959), p. 18-21, 42 (F)

NN: breaks, in: Schlagzeug, 4/8 (Aug.1959), p. 25 (N: Polish biography by Jozef Balcerak, Jan Sitkowski) [digi.copy]

NN: breaks, in: Schlagzeug, 4/9 (Sep.1959), p. 14 (N: article in “Confidential” about Parker’s love life) [digi.copy]

NN: Breaks, in: Schlagzeug, #26 (Oct.1959), p. 26 (N: Richard Gehman declines cooperation in Charlie Parker biography) [digi.copy]

H.-J. Dietzel: “Jazz-Bücherei, Charlie Parker”, by Siegfried Schmidt, in: Schlagzeug, #28 (Dec.1959), p. 18 (B) [digi.copy]

NN: Charlie Parker, in: Schlagzeug, #28 (Dec.1959), p. 22-24 (F) [digi.copy]

Bill Crow: Dizzy Gillespie and Charlie Parker – Diz ‘n’ Bird in Concert, in: Jazz Review, 3/2 (1960), p. 29-30 (R) [digi.copy]

Carlo Bohländer: Charlie Parker, in: Carlo Bohländer: Jazz. Geschichte und Rhythmus, Mainz 1960 [book: B. Schott’s Söhne], p. 49-50 (short F)

Charles Fox & Peter Gammond & Alun Morgan & Alexis Korner: Jazz on Record. A Critical Guide, London 1960 [book: Grey Arrow], p. 248-254 (F)

Leonard Feather: The Jazzman as Critic. The Blindfold Test. Reactions to Charlie Parker, in: Leonard Feather: The Encyclopedia of Jazz, New York 1960 [book: Bonanza Books], p. 480 (F/I with Charles Mingus, Sy Oliver, Bob Morse, Lennie Tristano)

Max Harrison: Charlie Parker, in: Sinclair Traill & The Hon. Gerald Lascelles (Hgg.): Just Jazz 4, London 1960 [book], p. 22-28 (F)

Max Harrison: Kings of Jazz. Charlie Parker, New York 1960 [book: A.S. Barnes and Company] (F)

Nat Hentoff: Charlie Parker, New York 1960 [booklet: BMI] [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 180-188}

NN: Norman Granz Unloads Record C. For $2 1/2 Million As Parker Heirs Sue, in: New York Amsterdam News, 1960 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 40}

Bob Dawbarn: Four New Tracks from Bird (from a concert at the Amiralen Dance Hall, Malmö, Sweden), in: Melody Maker, 12.Mar.1960, p. 14 (R)

Dizzy Gillespie: Charlie Parker tel que je l’ai connu…, in: Jazz Hot, #152 (Mar.1960), p. 38-39 (F)

R.A. Perlongo: The Real Story Behind the Charlie Parker with Strings, in: Metronome, 77/8 (Aug.1960), p. 20-21 (Satire)

John McLellan: The Jazz Scene. Time To Give Bird The Bird, in: [unknown source, Boston newspaper?], 13.Se.1960 (F/short I with Ornette Coleman) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 71}

Gene Lees: Bird et Diz, in: Jazz Magazine, 7/73 (1961), p. 29-31

Hans-Jürgen Winkler: Charlie Parker, in: Hans-Jürgen Winkler: Jazz für Jedermann, München 1961 [book], p. 271-273 (F)

J.-R. Masson: Des inédits de Bird, in: Jazz Magazine, 7/71 (1961), p. 18

NN: The Bird’s Family To Get Record Money After 6 Years, in: [unknown source], 1961 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 158}

Siegfried Schmidt-Joos: Charlie Parker – Ich war immer in Panik [p. 44-48 (F)]; Charlie Parkers Erben [p. 263-268 (F)], in: Siegfried Schmidt-Joos: Jazz. Gesicht einer Musik, Gütersloh 1961 [book]

NN: You are invited to a press conference to discuss the estates of Charlie Parker and Billie Holiday, in: [invitation], 14.Feb.1961 (F: list of panelists, among them Doris Parker, Louis McKay, Marely Dufty, Aubrey Mayhew, Bernard Stillman, Florynce R. Kennedy) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 70, 95}

Philip Benjamin: Royalties Sought By Two Estates. Billie Holiday and Charlie Parker Foundations Would Use Funds From Disks, in: Time, 15.Feb.1961 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 78-79}

Lars Werner: Charlie Parker – “Historical Recordings Vol. 3” (Le Jazz Cool), in: Orkester Journalen, 29/2 (Feb.1961), p. 28 (R)

Philip Benjamin: Royalties Sought By Two Estates. Billie Holiday and Charlie Parker Foundations Would Use Funds From Disks, in: New York Times, 15.Feb.1961, p. 40 (F) [digi.copy]

Bob Dawbarn: These Bird Tracks Are Unrivalled, in: Melody Maker, 8.Apr.1961, p. 17 (R: Diz ‘n’ Bird in Concert)

NN: Two Estates Seek Royalties, in: Down Beat, 28/8 (13.Apr.1961), p. 14-15 (F: estates of Charlie Parker and Billie Holiday)

Edward Kosner: Charlie Parker – The Echoes Linger, in: new York Post, 16.Apr.1961 (F/I with Doris Parker: estate seeks royalties) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 85}

NN: Sidney Bechet en Charlie Parker, in: Rhythme. Nederlands enige Jazz-Periodiek, 12/139 (Apr.1961), p. 33 (photo)

Dizzy Gillespie & Gene Lees: The Years with Yard, in: Down Beat, 28/11 (25.May 1961), p. 21-23 (F); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck: The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 161-167 (F); reprint, in: Frank Alkyer & Ed Enright (eds.): Down Beat. The Great Jazz Interviews. A 75th Anniversary Anthology, New York 2009 [book: Hal Leonard Books], p. 82-84 (F)

Humphrey Lyttelton: Bird Was Anything But Cool, in: Melody Maker, 6.May 1961, p. 5

Ira Gitler: Charlie Parker – “Historical Recordings Vol.1” (LeJazz Cool), in: Down Beat, 28/11 (1961), p. 24, 26 (R)

NN: A Charlie Parker Record Company, in: Down Beat, 28/11 (25.May 1961), p. 11 (short F)

NN: Some Great Reed Solos. Charlie Parker – “Relaxin’ at Camarillo”; “Groovin’ High”, in: Down Beat, 28/11 (25.May 1961), p. 44 (T); Reprint, in: Down Beat, 36/14 (10.Jul.1969), p. 40-41 (T)

NN: Neue Parker-Platten, in: Jazz Podium, 10/6 (Jun.1961), p. 151 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Pickles. Mer Parker, in: Orkester Journalen, 29/6 (Jun.1961), p. 5 (N: Charlie Parker Record Company founded)

NN: Aus dem Nachlaß, in: Bravo, 16.Jul.1961, p. 23 (N: release of unissued recordings by Charlie Parker planned by his widow) [digi.copy]

NN: Press Release, in: [press release], 18.Jul.1961 (F: estates of Charlie Parker and Billie Holiday) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 80-84}

John Williams: Subject: Charlie Parker. revealing things nobody ever knew about the bird, in: Swank, 8/3 (Jul.1961), p. 8-9, 58-60 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 96-99}

Ira Gitler: Charlie Parker – Bird Is Free, in: Down Beat, 28/20 (28.Sep.1961), p. 35-36 (R) [digi.copy]

Ira Gitler: Charlie Parker – “Bird Is Free” (Charlie Parker),l in: Down Beat, 28/20 (28.Sep.1961), p. 35-36 (R)

Edward Kosner: At Charlie Parker’s Grave. A Rest, in: New York Post, 4.Oct.1961 (F/I with Dizzy Gillespie at Charlie Parker’s grave in Kansas City) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 106}

Jack Cooke: The Blithe Spirit, in: Jazz Monthly, 7/9 (Nov.1961), p. 14-15 (F: Parkers Schüler)

NN: Blues for Bird in Kansas City, in: Down Beat, 28/23 (9.Nov.1961), p. 11 (short F/I with Dizzy Gillespie)

Ira Gitler: “A Handful of Modern Jazz. Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Miles Davis” (Baronet); “The Early Bird” (Baronet), in: Down Beat, 28/25 (7.Dec.1961), p. 42, 44 (R: 3 1/2 stars; 4 stars) [digi.copy]

NN: Trials and Tribulations, in: Down Beat, 28/26 (21.Dec.1961), p. 13-14 (F: Charlie Parker Estate, Charlie Parker Record Co.) [digi.copy]

André Hodeir: Charlie Parker’s Solo on “Ornithology”, in: André Hodeir: Toward Jazz, New York 1962 [book: Grove Press; London 1965: The Jazz Book Club], p. 181-183 (A/T)

André Hodeir: The Bird Is Gone. A Tribute to Charlie Parker, in: André Hodeir: Toward Jazz, New York 1962 [book: Grove Press; London 1965: The Jazz Book Club], p. 15-18 (F); reprint, in: André Hodeir & Jean-Louis Pautrot: The André Hodeir Jazz Reader, Ann Arbor/MI 2006 [book: University of Michigan Press], p. 125-129 (F)

Don DeMichael: Repackaged (Charlie Parker Records), in: Down Beat, 29/24 (1962), p. 35-36

J.-L. Ginibre: Pages et plages pour Bird, in: Jazz Magazine, 8/84 (1962), p. 18

J.-R. Masson: Il y a sept ans, in: Jazz Magazine, 8/80 (1962), p. 20ff.

James Poling (ed.): Esquire’s World of Jazz, London 1962 [book: Arthur Baker], p. 90-105 (F: chapters “Segue to today” / “For Bird, an elegy”)

Leonard Feather: La légende de l’oiseau, in: Jazz Magazine, 8/85 (1962), p. 23-24

Martin Williams: Charlie Parker – The Dial Recordings, Volume 2, in: Martin Williams: Jazz in Its Time, New York 1989 [book], p. 201-206 (liner notes; Reprint von 1962)

Martin Williams: Concert Treasures, in: Martin Williams: Jazz Changes, New York 1992 [book: Oxford University Press], p. 252-255 (R: Massey Hall Concert; Reprint von 1962)

Martin Williams: Once There Was Bird – Charlie Parker, in: Martin Williams: Jazz Heritage, New York 1985 [book], p. 184-191 (F; Reprint: liner notes, 1962)

Max Harrison: Parker, Charlie, in: Stanley Dance (ed.): Jazz Era. The ‘Forties, London 1962 [book: The Jazz Book Club & MacGibbon & Kee], p. 196-198 (F)

Robert Reisner: Bird. The Legend of Charlie Parker, New York 1962 [book: Citadel Press] (F/I mit: Angelo Ascagni, Harold Baker, Ahmed Basheer, Walter Bishop Jr., Art Blakey, Rudi Blesh, August Blume, Teddy Blume, Vince Bottari, Pietro Carbone, Teddy Charles, Tutty Clarkin, Earl Coleman, Junior Collins, Al Cotton, Harvey Cropper, Ernest Daniels, Miles Davis, Kenny Dorham, Ralph Douglas, Tommy Douglas, Billy Eckstine, Art Farmer, Warren Fitzgerald, Lou Flanigin Jr., Jimmy Forrest, Dizzy Gillespie, Tony Graye, Elliot Grennard, Gigi Gryce, Sadik Hakim, Benny Harris, Earl Hines, Cliff Jetkins, Ted Joans, Budd Johnson, Buddy Jones, Duke Jordan, Sheila Jordan, Lawrence Keyes, Henry Kier, Baroness Pannonica de Koenigswarter, Dave Lambert, Jerry Lloyd, Julie MacDonald, Edward Mayfield Jr., Howard McGhee, Jackie McLean, Jay McShann, Charles Mingus, Orville Minor, Alan Morrison, Bob Newman, Anita O’Day, Addie Parker, Doris Parker, Oscar Pettiford, Tommy Potter, Gene Ramey, Jimmy Raney, Teddy Reig, Jerome Richardson, Max Roach, Ross Russell, George Salano, Frank Sanderford, Dave Schildkraut, Tony Scott, Noble Sissle, Buster Smith, Sonny Stitt, Idress Sulieman, Symphony Sid Torin, Lennie Tristano, Ray Turner, Barry Ulanov, Edgar Varese, Ted Wald, Bob Wallace, George Wallington)

John S. Wilson: A History of Jazz. Part V. Boppers & Moldy Figs. While the traditionalists dug New Orleans sounds, Bird and Diz fronted a revolution aimed at the future, in: Show Business Illustrated, Apr.1962, p. 53-55, 79 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parher”, p. 100-103}

Max Jones: Chasing the Bird – In Print, in: Melody Maker, 7.Jul.1962, p. 11

Ralph Ellison: On Bird, Bird-Watching, and Jazz, in: Ralph Ellison: Living with Music. Ralph Ellison’s Jazz Writings, New York 2001 [book: Modern Library], p. 65-76 (F; reprint from: Saturday Review, 28.Jul.1962)

Alun Morgan: Bird & the Lover Man Session, in: Jazz Monthly, 8/6 (Aug.1962), p. 3-6 (F)

Victor Schonfield: Rare Bird, in: JazzJournal, 15/9 (Sep.1962), p. 19, 22 (F), p. 1

Alun Morgan: Le commencement de la fin, in: Jazz Magazine, 9/93 (1963), p. 32-35

Bill Coss: Charlie Parker, in: Dom Cerulli & Burt Korall & Mort Nasatir (Hg.): The Jazz Word, London 1963 [book], p. 90-94 (F)

Jack Kerouac: Charlie Parker, in: Dom Cerulli & Burt Korall & Mort Nasatir (eds.): The Jazz Word, London 1963 [book], p. 76-78 (poem) [digi.copy]

Pete Welding: Charlie Parker Memorial Concert, Sutherland Lounge, Chicago, in: Down Beat, 30/12 (1963), p. 36 (C)

Eric T. Vogel: The Legend of Charlie Parker – Bird, von Robert Reisner, in: Jazz Podium, 12/2 (Feb.1963), p. 44 (B)

Leonard Katz. New Battle On Over Charley Parker Estate, in: New York Post, 5.Apr.1963 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 107}

NN: Parker Records Sued for Alleged Past-Due Royalties, in: [unknown source], 9.May 1963 (short F) [digi.copy]

Martin Williams: Charlie Parker Made Easy, in: Martin Williams: Jazz Masters in Transition, 1957-1969, New York 1970 [book], p. 106-107 (R: Lou Donaldson, Cannonball Adderley; reprint aus: Saturday Review, 11.May 1963)

Walther Hein: Bird und Dizz, in: Jazz Podium, 12/6 (Jun.1963), p. 128-129

Claes Dahlgren: Minnesfond för Parker. Amerikanska nyheter, in: Orkester Journalen, 31/7-8 (Jul/Aug.1963), p. 8 (short F: Charlie Parker Award)

Philip Larkin: On the Wing. “Bird. The Legend of Charlie Parker”, by Robert H. Reisner, in: Richard Palmer & John White (eds.): Reference Back. Philip Larkin’s Uncollected Jazz Writings 1940-84, Hull 1999 [book: University of Hull Press], p. 59-60 (B; reprint, from: Guardian, 6.Sep.1963)

Benny Green: Charlie Parker, in: Benny Green: The Reluctant Art. The Growth of Jazz, London 1964 [book: The Jazz Book Club & MacGibbon & Kee], p. 159-191 (F)

M. Delorme & P. Koechlin: Les paroles du Bird, in: Jazz Hot, 30/200 (1964), p. 24-30

Ralph Gervin: Charlie Parker (“Bird”), in: John Henrik Clarke (Hg.): Harlem. A Community in Transition, New York 1970 [book; Reprint, O: 1964], p. 76 (poem)

Ross Russell: Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie, in: Martin Williams (Hg.): Jazz Panorama. From the Pages of Jazz Review, New York 2/1967 [book, O: New York 11964], p. 180-186 (F/R)

Wilfrid Mellers: From art back to jazz. Modern jazz and the composing improviser. Thelonious Monk and Charlie Parker, Ornette Coleman and John Coltrane, in: Wilfrid Mellers: Music in a New Found Land. Themes and Developments in the History of American Music, London 1964 [book], p. 331-350 (F/A)

Peter S. Friedman: Chords and Discords. New Bird Is Old Bird, in: Down Beat, 31/3 (30.Jan.1964), p. 4, 6 (letter)

Ira Gitler: Old Wine, New Bottles. Charlie Parker – “Bird on 52nd Street” (Fantasy); “Bird at St. Nick’s” (Fantay), in: Down Beat, 31/10 (23.Apr.1964), p. 31-32 (R) [digi.copy]

Don DeMichael & Pete Welding: Jazz Basics. Charlie Parker – “Jazz at Massey Hall” (Fantasy); “Bird Symbols” (Charlie Parker); “The Genius of Charlie Parker, Vol. 2” (Savoy), in: Down Beat, 31/9 (9.Apr.1964), p. 24-5, 40 (R)

M. Gardner: The Bird Speaks, in: Jazz Journal, 17/5 (May 1964), p. 25-27 (I/D) [digi.copy]

NN: A Discography of the “Live” Recordings of Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Journal, 17/5 (May 1964), p. 29 (D); part 3, in: Jazz Journal, 17/7 (Jul.1964), p. 25 (D)

Walther Hein: Re-Boppers-Session vom 26.11.1945/Bird Sessions 1947/1951, in: Jazz Podium, 13/7 (Jul.1964), p. 160-162 (R)

Michel Delorme: Les paroles du Bird. Interview par Mark Gardner, in: Jazz Hot, #200 (Jul/Aug.1964), p. 24-26 (I)

Homer Brown: Chords & Discords. Worry About Bird Film, in: Down Beat, 31/31 (3.Dec.1964), p. 6-7 (letter)

Max Jones: Bird – Unquestionably the Greatest Ever, in: Melody Maker, 19.Dec.1964, p. 19 (R: Historical Masterpieces, Vol.1-3/Memorial Album Vol.6)

D. Lemery: Les enfants du Bird, in: Jazz Magazine, #116 (1965), p. 16-27

Don Heckman: Bird in Flight. Parker the Improviser, in: Down Beat, 32/6 (1965), p. 22-24

Down Beat, 32/6 (1965), passim (Charlie Parker memorial issue)

Leonard Feather: Blindfold Test. Charlie Parker, in: Down Beat, 32/6 (1965), p. 32 (BT)

M.T. Cohen: With Care and Love, in: Down Beat, 32/6 (1965), p. 19-20

Martin Williams: The Listener’s Legacy, in: Down Beat, 32/6 (1965), p. 20-21, 35

NN: Parker’s Mood, in: Down Beat, 32/6 (1965), p. 25

Siegfried Schmidt-Joos: Bird. The Genius of Charlie Parker, in: Jazz, 4/6 (1965), p. 8-9

Whitney Balliett: Bird, in: Whitney Balliett: Such Sweet Thunder. 49 Pieces on Jazz, Indianapolis 1966 [book: Bobbs-Merrill], p. 249-251 (C: Tribute to Parker; reprint from 1965); Reprint, in: Whitney Balliett: Collected Works. A Journal of Jazz 1954-2000, New York 2000 [book: St.Martin’s Press], p. 238-239 (C)

Bob Dawbarn: Bird Flies High in Sweden, in: Melody Maker, 20.Feb.1965, p. 15 (R: In Sweden)

John S. Wilson: Charlie Parker, Saxophonist, Recalled in ‘Legends’ at Café, in: New York Times, 17.Feb.1965, p. 39 (C: tribute play at Café au Go Go) [digi.copy]

Joe Segal: Bird in Chicago, in: Down Beat, 32/6 (25.Mar.1965), p. 18-19 (F); response, by Guy Warren, in: Down Beat, 32/13 (17.Jun.1965), p. 10 (letter)

Leonard Feather: Charlie Parker 1920-1955. A Fist at the World, in: Down Beat, 32/6 (11.Mar.1965), p. 15-18 (F); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck: The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 83-88 (F)

Bob Dawbarn: The Pick of Parker, in: Melody Maker, 3.Apr.1965, p. 10 (R)

Don DeMichael: “The World of Charlie Parker” (Roost), in: Down Beat, 32/11 (20.May 1965), p. 28-29 (R)

Harvey Pekar: “Charlie Parker 10th Memorial Concert” (Limelight), in: Down Beat, 32/16 (29.Jul.1965), p. 32 (R); response, by D.C. Washington, in: Down Beat, 32/19 (9.Sep.1965), p. 10 (letter)

J.A.: Parker. Tenth Memorial Concert in Chicago, in: Melody Maker, 11.Sep.1965, p. 6

Alun Morgan: Charlie Parker – “Bird Is Free” (Egmont AJS-5); “Bird Symbols” (Verve VLP 9105 / Egmont AJS-3), in: Jazz Monthly, 11/10 (Dec.1965), p. 11 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Potpourri: Opera dedicated to Charlie Parker scheduled to be premiered, in: Down Beat, 32/27 (30.Dec.1965), p. 16 (N)

André Francis: Jazz, Bourges 1958 [book: Solfèges / Éditions du Seuil]; reprint: Bourges 1966 [book: Solfèges / Éditions du Seuil], p. 106-111 (F)

Ira Gitler: Charlie Parker and the Alto and Baritone Saxophonists, in: Ira Gitler: Jazz Masters of the Forties, New York 1966 [book: Macmillan]; reprint, New York 1974 [book: Collier Books], p. 15-57 (F); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck: The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 23-58 (F); updated reprint, in: Ira Gitler: The Masters of Bebop. A Listener’s Guide, New York 2001 [book: Da Capo], p. 15-57 (F)

Martin Williams: Eight Recorded Solos. Embraceable You / Ornithology, by Charlie Parker, in: Martin Williams: Where’s the Melody? A Listener’s Introduction to Jazz, New York 1966 [book], p. 44-47 (F)

Martin Williams: Now’s the Time / Billie’s Bounce, by th Charlie Parker Quintet, in: Martin Williams: Where’s the Melody? A Listener’s Introduction to Jazz, New York 1966 [book], p. 52-54 (F)

NN: Potpourri. Charlie Parker Memorial Concert, in: Down Beat, 33/6 (24.Mar.1966), p. 16 (C)

Herb Levinson & George P. Godwin & Charles Preston & George Fox & James McCormick III & Baird Parker: Chords & Discords. Bird Issue Huzzahs… And One Disappointment, in: Down Beat, 32/9 (22.Apr.1965), p. 8, 10 (letters); response, by J.C. Farquhar, John Periam (“More on the Bird Issue”), in: Down Beat, 32/10 (6.May 1965), p. 8 (letters)

NN: Seven Steps in Jazz, in: Melody Maker, 7.May 1966, p. 8 (Kurzbiographie)

Richard Chesmore: Caught in the Act. An Opera for the Bird – “Without Memorial Banners”, Atkins Auditorium, Kansas City, Mo., in: Down Beat, 33/9 (5.May 1966), p. 13 (C)

Bob Dawbarn: New Bird Plus Old Greats, in: Melody Maker, 18.Jun.1966, p. 12 (R: Ornithology)

Bob Dawbarn: Great Jazz Solos. Parker’s Mood, by Charlie Parker, in: Melody Maker, 9.Jul.1966, p. 6

B. Houston: More Parker, But Watch the Duplication, in: Melody Maker, 15.Oct.1966, p. 14 (R: Charlie Parker, Vol.1/2 / The World of Charlie Parker)

Bill Quinn: Caught in the Act. Charlie Parker Memorial Concert, Either/Or Club, Chicago, in: Down Beat, 33/21 (20.Oct.1966), p. 22-23 (C)

Charlie Parker: Sketch-Orks, New York 1967 [sheet music] (T: lead sheets of “Au Privave”; “Back Home Blues”; “Ballade”; “The Bird”; “Bloomdido”; “Blues for Alice”; “Cardboard”; “Celebrity/Celerity”; “Chi Chi”; “Confirmation”; “Cosmic Rays”; “Dewey Square”; “Diverse”; “K.C. Blues”; “Kim”; “Laird Baird”; “Leap Frog”; “Mohawk”; “Moose the Mooche”; “My Little Suede Shoes”; “An Oscar for Treadwell”; “Ornithology”; “Passport”; “Relaxin’ with Lee”; “Scrapple from the Apple”; “Segment”; “She Rote”; “Si Si”; “Visa”; “Yardbird Suite”)

B. Houston: A Bird Collection – And All for Fifty Bop, in: Melody Maker, 1.Jul.1967, p. 11 (R: Charlie Parker, Vol.1-4)

André Hodeir: Ceci n’est pas le jazz, in: Jazz Hot, 34/243 (1968), p. 6-7

Barry Witherden: Charlie Parker – Ballads and Birdland, in: Jazz Studies (British Institute of Jazz Studies), 2/2 (1968), p. 30-31 (R)

Denes Agay: The Joy of Jazz. Easy to Medium Grade Piano Solos, London 1968 [sheet music], p. 44-45 (piano solo arrangement of “Anthropology”)

Tony Williams: Charlie Parker. A discography, [no place] 1968 [book: Discographical Forum] (D)

Ira Gitler: “Tribute to Charlie Parker” (RCA Victor 3783), in: Down Beat, 35/13 (27.Jun.1968), p. 31 (R: 4 stars) [digi.copy]

Tony Williams: Charlie Parker. A Discography, in: Discographical Forum, #8 (Sep.1968), p. Parker/1-Parker/5 (D); part 2, in: Discographical Forum, #9 (Nov.1968), p. Parker/6-Parker/11 (D); part 3, in: Discographical Forum, #10 (Jan.1969), p.Parker/12-Parker/17 (D)

B. Houston: Second Opinion. Charlie Parker, in: Melody Maker, 26.Oct.1968, p. 10

Ross Russell: Yardbird in Lotus Land. Les souvenirs de Ross Russell sur Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Hot, 35/255 (1969), p. 22-25; part 2: At Billy Berg, in: Jazz Hot, 36/257 (1970), p. 15-17; part 3: Moose the Mooche, in: Jazz Hot, #258 (1970), p. 18-20; part 4: Rumeurs dans la nuit, in: Jazz Hot, 36/259 (1970), p. 26-28; part 5: Ornithology, in: Jazz Hot, #260 (1970), p. 26-28; part 6: Hollywod, in: Jazz Hot, 36/262 (1970), p. 16ff.; part 7: Lover Man, in: Jazz Hot, 36/264 (1970), p. 24-25

Siegfried Schmidt-Joos: Grenzen zwischen den Zeiten. Improvisationen über den Tod Charlie Parkers nach einem Thema von Archibald McLeish, in: Jazz Podium, 18/3 (Mar.1969), p. 82-83 (F) [digi.copy]

Tony Williams: Charlie Parker Discography, part 4, in: Discographical Forum, #11 (Mar.1969), p. 18-23 (D); part 5, in: Discographical Forum, #12 (May 1969), p. 24-29 (D)

Barry McRae: Jazz Basics. Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Journal, 22/4 (Apr.1969), p. 17 (F)

Jim Burns: Bird in California, in: Jazz Journal, 22/7 (Jul.1969), p. 10-12 (F) [digi.copy]

Barry Tepperman: Budget Bird, in: Coda, 9/8 (1970), p. 10-11

Barry Witherden: Charlie Parker – “10th Memorial Concert” (Mercury SMWL 21040), in: Pieces of Jazz, 1970, p. 82-83 (R)

C. Paris: Charlie Parker in Time, in: Jazz Hot, 36/261 (1970), p. 16-19

Martin Williams: Charlie Parker. The Burden of Innovation, in: Barney Rossett (ed.): The Evergreen Review. A Ten-Year Anthology, Secaucus/NJ 1968 [book: Castle Books], p. 317.321 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 73-77}; reprint, in: Martin Williams: The Jazz Tradition, New York 2/1983 [book; New York 1/1970], p. 135-153 (F); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck: The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 10-23 (F); Reprint, in: Steven C. Tracy (ed.): Write Me a Few of Your Lines. A Blues Reader, Amherst/MA 1999 [book: University of Massachusetts Press], p. 509-513 (F)

NN: Charlie Parker Memorial Concerts (in Chicago), in: Jazz & Pop, 9/9 (1970), p. 12

Pete Moon: Bird Still Lives, in: Pieces of Jazz, 1970¸p. 87-88 (F)

Pete Moon: Charlie Parker All Stars – “Bird on 52nd Street” (America 30 AM 6061), in: Pieces of Jazz, 1970, p. 15 (R); response, by Derrick Stewart-Baxter: Comment, in: Pieces of Jazz, 1970, p. 38a (letter)

Owen Peterson: The Massey Hall Concert, in: Jazz Journal, 23/3 (Mar.1970), p. 8-10 (F) [digi.copy]

Martin Williams: Music Workshop. A Charlie Parker Masterpiece, in: Down Beat, 37/7 (2.Apr.1970), p. 34-35 (A/T: “Embraceable You”)

Barry Tepperman: Budget Bird, in: Coda, 9/8 (Jul/Aug.1970), p. 10-11 (F)

Mark Gardner: Chords & Discords. Bird Lore, in: Down Beat, 37/13 (9.Jul.1970), p. 8 (letter: “Klact-oveesedstene”)

Martin Williams: Legendarne nagranie. Charlie Parkera, in: Jazz. Rythm i piosenka, #167/168 (Jul/Aug.1970), p. 22 (F/T)

David Amram: Bird in Washington, in: Jazz Journal, 23/8 (Aug.1970), p. 4-5 (F)

Mark Gardner: Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Journal, 23/8 (Aug.1970), p. 2-3 (F)

NN: Bird Month in Chicago Honors Jazz Immortal, in: Down Beat, 37/17 (3.Sep.1970), p. 7 (short F)

Peter Keepnews: Chords & Discords. On Bird, in: Down Beat, 37/17 (3.Sep.1970), p. 6 (letter)

Burt Korall: The Pop and Jazz Scene. Salute to Bird, in: International Musician, 69/4 (Oct.1970), p. 6 (C)

NN: Charlie Parker Memorial (à Kansas City), in: Jazz Magazine, #186 (1971), p. 15

Ross Russell: The Last Apprentice [p. 179-186 (F)]; Charlie Parker [p. 196-205 (F)], in: Ross Russell: Jazz Style in Kansas City and the Southwest, Berkeley 1971 [book: University of California Press]

NN: Bird Lives. K.C. Plans Art Center, Memorial, in: Down Beat, 38/2 (21.Jan.1971), p. 11 (F)

Alfred Rosenberg: Jazzstruktur-Analysen, in: Jazz Podium, 20/2 (Feb.1971), p. 72-73 (A/T; Donna Lee); part 2, in: Jazz Podium, 20/3 (Mar.1971), p. 104-105 (A/T: Donna Lee); part 3, in: Jazz Podium, 20/4 (Apr.1971), p. 144-146 (A/T: Donna Lee); part 4, in: Jazz Podium, 20/5 (May 1971), p. 178-180 (A/T: Donna Lee); part 5, in: Jazz Podium, 20/7 (Jul.1971), p. 251-253 (A/T: Donna Lee); part 6, in: Jazz Podium, 20/9 (Sep.1971), p. 322-323 (A/T: Donna Lee); part 7, in: Jazz Podium, 20/10 (Oct.1971), p. 358-359 (A/T: Donna Lee); part 8, in: Jazz Podium, 20/11 (Nov.1971), p. 398-399 (A/T: Donna Lee); part 9, in: Jazz Podium, 20/12 (Dec.1971), p. 440-441 (A/T: Donna Lee)

NN: Charlie Parker Jahr in Kansas City, in: Jazz Podium, 20/2 (Feb.1971), p. 48 (N)

Burt Korall: “Bird”, in: International Musician, 69/9 (Mar.1971), p. 9 (N: plans for monument in Kansas City)

R. Williams: Essential Parker, in: Melody Maker, 17.Jul.1971, p. 28 (R: Charlie Parker, Vol.2, on Xtra)

Owen Peterson: Early Bird, in: Jazz Journal, 24/4 (Apr.1971), p. 34-36 (F/R)

Lucien Malson: Charlie Parker, in: Lucien Malson: Que sais-je? Les maitres du jazz, Paris 1972 [book], p. 74-87 (F)

Jim Burns: The Charlie Parker Ko Ko Date, in: Jazz & Blues, 1/9 (Jan.1972), p. 10 (F)

Alfred Rosenberg: Jazzstruktur-Analysen, part 10, in: Jazz Podium, 21/2 (Feb.1972), p. 51-52 (A/T: Donna Lee); part 11, in: Jazz Podium, 21/3 (Mar.1972), p. 80-81 (A/T: Donna Lee); part 12, in: Jazz Podium, 21/6 (Jun.1972), p. 200-201 (A/T: Donna Lee); part 13, in: Jazz Podium, 21/7 (Jul.1972), p. 240-242 (A/T: Donna Lee); part 14: Harmonik, in: Jazz Podium, 21/8 (Aug.1972), p. 37, 36 (A)

NN: Charlie Parker auf Dial, in: Jazz Podium, 21/5 (May 1972), p. 150-151 (F/R)

Paul Warren: Charlie Parker. Holding up all sorrow for heaven to see, in: The Village Voice, 6.Jul.1972 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 109-110}

Benny Green: Virtuosi. Bird 1966 / Bird 1968, in: Benny Green: Drums in My Ears, London 1973 [book], p. 128-131 (R)

Hildred Roach: Charlie (Bird) Parker, in: Hildred Roach: Black American Music. Past and Present, Boston 1973 [book], p. 89-90 (F)

Max Harrison: Ross Russel’s “Bird Lives”, in: Jazz & Blues, 3/4 (1973), p. 4-5

Ross Russell: Bird Lives! The High Life and Hard Times of Charlie ‘Yardbird’ Parker, New York 1973 [book: Charterhouse; London 1973: Quartet; London 1980] (F)

Ted Joans: Bird Lives!, in: Jazz Magazine, #216 (1973), p. 44-45 (B)

NN: Potpourri. Charlie Parker tribute at Boston’s Jordan Hall, produced by Jaki Byard, in: Down Beat, 40/4 (1.Mar.1973), p. 12 (N)

Gary Giddins: “The Charlie Parker/Dizzy Gillespie Years” (Roulette); “The Best of Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, John Coltrane” (Roulette), in: Down Beat, 40/9 (10.May 1973), p. 25-26, 29-30 (R)

NN: Potpourri, in: Down Beat, 40/12 (21.Jun.1973), p. 12 (N: tribute to Charlie Parker)

Philip Larkin: Birdlife. “Bird Lives!”, by Ross Russell, in: Richard Palmer & John White (eds.): Reference Back. Philip Larkin’s Uncollected Jazz Writings 1940-84, Hull 1999 [book: University of Hull Press], p. 95-96 (B; reprint, from: Guardian, 28.Jun.1973)

Ross Russell: Parker, The Man Who Changed Music, in: Melody Maker, 16.Jun.1973, p. 30-31 (Vorabdruck)

Steve Voce: It Don’t Mean a Thing. Bird and Bits, in: Jazz Journal, 26/8 (Aug.1973), p. 18-19 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Potpourri, in: Down Beat, 40/15 (13.Sep.1973), p. 45 (N: Parker marathon, WKCR-FM, New York)

B. Palmer: Charlie Parker. Post-Flight, in: Rolling Stone, #164 (1974), p. 22

Dan Morgenstern: Charlie Parker, in: Dan Morgenstern: Living with Jazz. A Reader, New York 2004 [book: Pantheon], p. 352-358 (F; originally published as liner notes for “First Recordings!”, Onyx, 1974)

J. Isaacs: The Comprehensive Charlie Parker – Live Performances Vol.1/2, in: Rolling Stone, #156 (1974), p. 64-65 (R)

Leonard Feather: Bop and Bird, in: Leonard Feather: From Satchmo to Miles, London 1974 [book: Quartet; originally published in New York, 1972: Stein and Day], p. 129-145 (F)

Piet Koster & Dick M. Bakker: Charlie Parker Vol. One: 1940-1947; Volume Two: 1948-1950; Volume Three: 1951-1954; Volume Four: 1940-1955, Alphen aan de Rijn/NL 1974-1976 [book: Micrography] (D)

Thomas Owens: Charlie Parker. Techniques of Improvisation, Los Angeles 1974 [PhD thesis: University of California] (F/A/T: “Anthropology”; “Au Privave”; “Barbados”; “Bebop”; “Bernie’s Tune”; “Big Foot”; “Billie’s Bounce”; “The Bird”; “Bird Gets the Worm”; “Bluebird”; “The Bluest Blues”; “Blues for Norman”; “Body and Soul”; “Carvin’ the Bird”; “Chasin’ the Bird”; “Cherokee”; “Cheryl”; “Chi Chi”; “The Closer”; “Constellation”; “Cool Blues”; “Dark Shadows”; “Dewey Square”; “Dexterity”; “Diverse”; “Dizzy Atmosphere”; “Dizzy Boogie”; “Donna Lee”; “Don’t Blame Me”; “Embraceable You”; “Fifty-Second Street Theme”; “4-F Blues”; “Funky Blues”; “G.I. Blues”; “Groovin’ High”; “Home Cooking”; “Honeysuckle Rose”; “Hootie Blues”; “Hot House”; “The Hymn”; “I Can’t Get Started”; “I Got Rhythm”; “I Love Paris”; “Indiana”; “I’ve Found a New Baby”, “Jump the Blues”; “Kim”; “Koko”; “Lady Be Good”; “Laird Baird”; “Little Willie Leaps”; “Lover Come Back to Me”; “Mango Mangue”; “Meandering”; “Mohawk”; “Moose the Mooche”; “Moten Swing”; “My Heart Belongs to Daddy”; “My Little Suede Shoes”; “Night in Tunesia”; “Now’s the Time”; “Okiedoke”; “The Opener”; “Ornithology”; “An Oscar for Treadwell”; “Out of Nowhere”; “Parker’s Mood”; “Perhaps”; “Quasimodo”; “”Red Cross”; “Relaxin’ at Camarillo”; “Relaxin’ with Lee”; “Round About Midnight”; “Salt Peanuts”; “Scrapple from the Apple”; “Segment”; “Sepian Bounce”; “Sippin’ at Bells”; “Slim Slam Blues”; “The Squirrel”; “Street Beat”; “Swingmatism”; “That’s the Blues”; “Thriving From a Riff”; “Tico Tico”; “Tiny’s Tempo”; “Twentieth-Century Blues”; “Warming Up a Riff”; “Wee (Allen’s Alley)”; “What Is This Thing Called Love”) [digi.copy]

Bill Esposito: Homage to Bird. Buddy Tate, Budd Johnson and Seldon Powell talk about the genius of Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Journal, 27/3 (Mar.1974), p. 4-5 (F)

Neil Tesser: Charlie Parker – “First Recordings” (Onyx 221), in: Down Beat, 41/13 (18.Jul.1974), p. 32 (R: 35 stars) [digi.copy]

C. Welch: Parker Genius, in: Melody Maker, 6.Jul.1974, p. 59 (R: Charlie Parker on Dial)

Max Jones: Flight of the Bird, in: Melody Maker, 19.Oct.1974, p. 52 (B: Robert Reisner)

Burt Korall: Jazz View. Charlie Parker Still Has a Lot of Sax Appeal, in: New York Times, 24.Nov.1974 (F: on Charlie Parker, and recent Supersax albums) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 111}

Burnett James: “Bird. The Legend of Charlie Parker”, by Robert Reisner, in: Jazz Journal, 27/11 (Nov.1974), p. 25 (B) [digi.copy]

Lawrence O. Koch: Ornithology. A Study of Charlie Parker’s Music. Part 1, in: Journal of Jazz Studies, 2/1 (Dec.1974), p. 61-87 (A)

Patrick Sullivan: Charlie Parker on Dial.Spotlite Set, in: Jazz Forum, #32 (Dec.1974), p. 61, 63-64 (F/R)

Graham Collier: Charlie Parker, in: Graham Collier: Jazz. A Student’s and Teacher’s Guide, London 1975 [book: Cambridge University Press], p. 40-48 (F)

Henryk Cholinski: Charlie Parker on LP, in: Jazz Forum, #35 (1975), p. 49-54 (F/D); part 2: Studio Recordings, in: Jazz Forum, #36 (1975), p. 49-53 (F/D); part 3: Live Recordings, in: Jazz Forum, #37 (1975), p. 56-61 (F/D)

Hugues Panassié: Une déclaration de Charlie Parker, in: Hugues Panassié: Monsieur Jazz, Paris 1975 [book: Stock], p. 353-362 (F)

J. Patrick: Charlie Parker and harmonic sources of Bebop composition. Thoughts on the repertory of new jazz in the 1940s, in: Journal of Jazz Studies, 2/2 (1975), p. 3-23 (A)

Studs Terkel: Charlie Parker. Yardbird!, in: Studs Terkel: Giants of Jazz, New York 1975 [Thomas Y. Crowell], p. 163-172 (F); German translation as “Giganten des Jazz”, Frankfurt am Main 2005 [book: Zweitausendeins], p. 179-188 (F)

W.L. Fowler: Music Workshop. Bird Motives, in: Down Beat, 42/16 (1975), p. 43 (Ornithology)

Harry Miedema: Music Workshop. “Now’s the Time”, in: Down Beat, 42/4 (27.Feb.1975), p. 35 (T)

Chris Sheridan: Chasin’ the Bird, in: Jazz Journal, 28/3 (Mar.1975), p. 6, 8-10 (F) [digi.copy]

Mark Gardner: Bird. Twenty years after, in: Jazz Journal, 28/3 (Mar.1975), p. 4-5 (F) [digi.copy]

Mark Gardner: Bird. Twenty Years After, in: Jazz Journal, 28/3 (Mar.1975), p. 4-6, -10 (F)

James Patrick: Charlie Parker and Harmonic Sources of Bebop Composition. Thoughts on the Repertory of New Jazz in the 1940s, in: Journal of Jazz Studies, 2/2 (Jun.1975), p. 3-23 (F)

Lawrence O. Koch: A Numerical Listing of Charlie Parker’s Recordings, in: Journal of Jazz Studies, 2/2 (Jun.1975), p. 86-95 (D)

Lawrence O. Koch: Ornithology. A Study of Charlie Parker’s Music, part 2, in: Journal of Jazz Studies, 2/2 (Jun.1975), p. 61-85 (A/T: “Embraceable You”)

Lawrence O. Koch: Ornithology. A Study of Charlie Parker’s Music, part one, errata, in: Journal of Jazz Studies, 2/2 (Jun.1975), p. 115-119 (T: corrections)

J.H. Alexander: McLean to Play in Parker Tribute, in: new York Post, 22.Aug.1975 (F/I with Jackie McLean) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 116}

John S. Wilson: Sound of Charlie Parker Still Echoes in Jazz World. Musical Identity Was Sudden Discovery to Bird, in: New York Times, 22.Aug.1975, p. 33, 44 (F/I with Jackie McLean, Red Rodney, Roy Haynes, Tommy Potter, Al Haig) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 113-114}

Patricia O’Haire: A mute salute, in: new York Daily News, 28.Aug.1975 (F: tribute to Charlie Parker at Avery Fisher Hall cancelled) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 115}

NN: Parker Tribute. Fiasco at Fisher, in: [unknown source], Aug.1975 (F: tribute to Charlie Parker at Avery Fisher Hall cancelled) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 168}

John Litweiler: “Charlie Parker on Dial, Vol.1-6” (Spotlite), in: Down Beat, 42/17 (23.Oct.1975), p. 30-34 (R); response, by Lorne Schoenberg, in: Down Beat, 42/20 (4.Dec.1975), p. 8 (letter)

John Litweiler: Old Wine, New Bottles, in: Down Beat, 42/17 (23.Oct.1975), p. 30, 32-34 (R: “Charlie Parker on Dial”)

William L. Fowler: Bird Motives, in: Down Beat, 42/16 (9.Oct.1975), p. 43 (T: “Ornithology”)

Carl Strommen: Insight. Bird’s Oboe Player Remembers the Man, in: Jazz (Magazine) [USA], 1/1 (Summer 1976), p. 30-31 (F/I with Martin Sperber) [digi.copy]

Gary Giddins: The Charlie Parker Reissue Parade, in: Gary Giddins: Riding On a Blue Note. Jazz & American Pop, New York 1981 [book]; reprint, New York 2000 [book: Da Capo Press], p. 111-119 (F/R; Reprint aus: Village Voice, 1976-1978)

Nat Hentoff: The Great Speckled Bird, in: Nat Hentoff: Jazz Is, New York 1976 [book: Ridge Press/Random House; reprint: 1984], p. 169-195 (F)

Tom Stites: Memorial for Bird, in: Jazz (Magazine) [USA], 1/1 (Summer 1976), p. 15 (F) [digi.copy]

Mark Gardner: “Charlie Parker Discograph. Volume 2, 1948-1950”, by Piet Koster & Dick M. Bakker, in: Coda, #144 (Jan/Feb.1976), p. 37 (B) [digi.copy]

Tom Owens: Parker at the Trade Winds – Bootleg Jazz, in: Jazz Journal, 29/1 (Jan.1976), p. 7 (F/R) [digi.copy]

David Behrens: Where ‘The Bird’ Still Soars. “Charlie Parker was a musical genius who helped to bring about the music you listen to today … [It was revolutionary…”, in: Newsday, 9.Dec.1976 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 117-118}

Dan Morgenstern: One Night at Birdland, in: Dan Morgenstern: Living with Jazz. A Reader, New York 2004 [book: Pantheon], p. 483-491 (F; originally published as liner notes for “One Night at Birdland”, Columbia, 1977)

Sy Johnson: Bird Lives, in: Jazz (Magazine) [USA], 1/4 (Summer 1977), p. 31 (F) [digi.copy]

Alun Morgan: How Garner tried to provide a nest egg for Bird, in: Jazz Journal, 30/7 (Jul.1977), p. 34 (F)

André Hodeir: Le Bird n’est plus, in: Philippe Adler (Hg.): Les grandes signature, Paris 1987 [book], p. 59-60 (F; Reprint aus: Jazz Hot, Apr.1955)

Carl Strommen: Woodshed. “Embraceable You”, take 1/2, in: Jazz (Magazine) [USA], 2/3 (Spring 1978), p. 84-85, 87 (A/T)

James Lincoln Collier: Charlie Parker. An Erratic Bird in Flight, in: James Lincoln Collier: The Making of Jazz. A Comprehensive History, London 1978 [book], p. 362-376 (F)

Jamey Aebersold & Michael H. Goldsen (eds.): Charlie Parker Omnibook. Transcribed Exactly from His Recorded Solos, Lynbrook NY, 1978 [sheet music: Goldfeder], passim (T for Eb instruments / C clef instruments: “Ah-Leu-Cha”; “Another Hairdo”; “Anthropology”; “Au Privavce”; “Back Home Blues”; “Ballade”; “Barbados”; “Billie’s Bounce”; “The Bird”; “Bird Gets the Worm”; “Bloomdido”; “Blue Bird”; “Blues (fast)”; “Blues for Alice”; “Buzzy”; “Card Board”; “Celerity”; “Chasing the Bird”; “Cheryl”; “Chi Chi”; “Confirmation”; “Constellation”; “Cosmic Rays”; “Dewey Square”; “Diverse”; “Donna Lee”; “K.C. Blues”; “Kim”; “Klaun Stance”; “Ko Ko”; “Laird Baird”; “Leap Frog”; “Marmaduke”; “Merry-Go-Round”; “Mohawk”; “Moose the Mooche”; “My Little Suede Shoes”; “Now’s the Time”; “Ornithology”; “An Oscar for Treadwell”; “Parker’s Mood”; “Passport”; “Perhaps”; “Red Cross”; “Relaxing with Lee”; “Scrapple from the Apple”; “Segment”; “Shaw ‘Nuff”; “She Rote”; “Si Si”; “Steeplechase”; “Thriving from a Riff”; “Visa”; Warming Up a Riff”; “Yardbird Suite”)

Jerry Coker: Charlie Parker, in: Jerry Coker: Listening to Jazz, Englewood Cliffs/NJ 1978 [book], p. 104-114 (F/A: “Don’t Blame Me”)

John McDonough: Charlie Parker – One Night at Birdland/Bird with Strings, in: Down Beat, 45/4 (1978), p. 27-28 (R)

Kirk L. Bjornsgaard & Russ SHor: The Spirit of Bird Still Flying, in: IAJRC Journal, 11/1 (Winter 1978), p. 12-13 (F)

Philippe Baudoin: Compositions de C. Parker, in: Le Jazzophone, #1 (1978), p. 21-22 (F)

Michael Zwerin: Bird Dies, in: Black Music and Jazz Review, 1/5 (Aug.1978), p. 9 (F)

Günther Buhles: Charlie Parker – “Summit Meeting at the Birdland” (CBS 82 291); “Bird with Strings. Live at the Apollo, Carnegie Hall & Birdland” (CBS 82 292), in: Jazz Podium, 27/10 (Oct.1978), p. 35-36 (R) [digi.copy]

Rüdiger Böttger: Charlie Parker – “The Very Best of Bird” (Warner Bros. WB 3198), in: Jazz Podium, 27/10 (Oct.1978), p. 34-35 (R) [digi.copy]

Björn Fremer: Charlie Parker in Sweden. The Beautiful Dream That Came True, in: Jazz Journal, 31/11 (Nov.1978), p. 33 (F)

Bernard Cash: Bird of Paradise, in: Chris Goddard: Jazz Away from Home, New York 1979 [book: Paddington Press], p. 103-104 (T)

Dizzy Gillespie & Al Fraser: Bird and Diz, in: Dizzy Gillespie & Al Fraser: To Be or Not to Bop. Memoires, New York 1979 [book], p. 391-404 (F)

H.A. Reed: The Black Bar in the Making of a Jazz Musician. Bird, Mingus, and Stan Hope, in: Journal of Jazz Studies, 5/2 (1979), p. 76-90

Kitty Grime: Hearing Bird, in: Kitty Grime: Jazz at Ronnie Scott’s, London 1979 [book], p. 31-39 (I mit diversen Musikern)

Tom Piazza: Bird’s Rainbow, in: Jazz Magazine (USA), 3/2 (Spring 1979), p. 30-35 (F)

Mike Healy: UB Jazz Scholar Explores Genius of Charlie Parker, in: Buffalo Courier-Explorer, 2.Apr.1979 (F/I with James Patrick) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 120}

Daniel Soutif: Parker chez Dial, in: Jazz Magazine, #273 (Mar.1979), p. 36-39 (F/R)

Al Haig & Duke Jordan: High Voltage. Ornithology. Charlie Parker, in: Black Music & Jazz Review, 2/2 (May 1979), p. 13 (F)

Bart Becker: Jay McShann Interview, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 139-142 (F; Reprint, from: Cadence, Sep/Oct.1979)

Harry Meidema: Bloomdido – Charlie Parker Plays the Blues, in: Down Beat Music ’80 (1980), p. 51-52 (T) [digi.copy]

Harry Meidema: Charlie Parker’s Embraceable You Solo, in: Down Beat Music ’80 (1980), p. 51 (T) [digi.copy]

Al Levitt: Parkeriana. Chasing the Bird, in: Jazz Magazine, #284 (Mar.1980), p. 26-29 (F)

Jacques Réda: La coupure de Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Magazine, #284 (Mar.1980), p. 25 (F); Reprint, in: Jacques Réda: La coupure de Charlie Parker, in: Jacques Réda: L’improviste. Une lecture du jazz, Paris 1980 [book], p. 85-89 (F); Reprint, in: Jacques Réda: L’improviste. Une lecture du jazz, Paris 1990 [book: Folio Essais], p. 130-134 (F)

Marshall Stearns: Het Charlie Parker Interview, in: Jazz Nu, 2/6-7 (Mar/Apr.1980), p. 266-268 (I)

Pierre Rigaud: Parkeriana. Romance à clés, in: Jazz Magazine, #284 (Mar.1980), p. 2-24 (F)

Ross Russell: Parkeriana. Ouverture chez Billy Berg, in: Jazz Magazine, #284 (Mar.1980), p. 18-21, 58, 60, 62 (F; extract from “Bird Lives!”)

Chan Parker: Now’s the Time, in: Jazz Hot, #373 (May 1980), p. 31-41 (F) [digi.copy]

Piet Koster: Charlie Parker. The Complete Savoy Studio Sessions, in: Micrography, #53 (Jul.1980), p. 13-14 (D) [digi.copy]

David Knight: The Night Charlie Parker Died, in: Down Beat, 47/8 (Aug.1980), p. 22-25 (F) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather & Conrad Silvert: Jazz World Remembers Bird, in: Down Beat, 47/8 (Aug.1980), p. 26-28, 60-61 (F/I with Max Roach, Art Blakey, Sonny Rollins, Jimmy Heath, Leonard Feather, J.J. Johnson, Johnny Griffin, Jackie mcLean, Norman Granz, Charles Owens, Med Flory, Benny Carter) [digi.copy]

Arrigo Polillo: Charlie Parker, in: Arrigo Polillo: Jazz. Geschichte und Persönlichkeiten, München 1981 [book: Herbig], p. 482-502 (F); reprint, in: Arrigo Polillo (ed. Hans-Jürgen Schaal): Jazz. Die neue Enzyklopädie, München 2003 [book: Herbig], p. 520-540 (F)

Denis Levaillant: Le Jeu, in: Denis Levaillant: L’improvisation musicale. Essai sur la puissance du jeu, Paris 1981 [book], p. 132-133 (A/T: Parker’s Mood)

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Charlie Parkers und Dizzy Gillespie, in: Joachim Ernst Berendt: Das große Jazzbuch. Von New Orleans bis Jazz Rock, Frankfurt/Main 1981 [book], p. 100-112 (F)

Lee Bash: The Historical and Pedagogical Implications of Motivic Formulas as Supplied by the Charlie Parker Recordings of “Cherokee”, in: Jazz Research Papers, 1 (1981), p. 1-9 (A/T)

NN: Charlie Parker on Dial, in: Tzaz, 13 (1981), p. 84-87 (F – auf griechisch)

Paul O.W. Tanner & Maurice Gerow: Five Out of Many. Charlie Parker (1921-1955), in: Paul O.W. Tanner & Maurice Gerow: A Study of Jazz, 4/1981 [book, 1/1963], p. 161-164 (F)

Whitney Balliett: New Bird, in: Whitney Balliett: Goodbye and Other Messages. A Journal of Jazz 1981-1990, New York 1991 [book], p. 18-22 (Film-R: To Bird with Love; Reprint von 1981); reprint, in: Whitney Balliett: Collected Works. A Journal of Jazz 1954-2000, New York 2000 [book: St.Martin’s Press], p. 593-597 (F)

Chris Goddard: Jazz Oral History Project. Buster Smith, January 13, 1981, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 142-151 (F)

Chan Parker: Dear Mrs. Sneed…, in: [letter to Judy Sneed], 19.Jul.1981 (letter: about Parker’s home on 151 Aveue B, NYC) [digi.copy]

Lee Jeske: To Bird with Love, by Chan Parker and Francis Paudras, in: Down Beat, 48/9 (Sep.1981), p. 65 (B) [digi.copy]

Chan Parker: To Bird with Love…, in: Coda, #181 (Dec.1981), p. 4-7 (F)

Gene DiNovi: Bebop Forever, in: Coda, #181 (Dec.1981), p. 20-21 (F)

Sadik Hakim: My Experiences with Bird and Prez, in: Coda, #181 (Dec.1981), p. 16-19 (F)

Ted Joans: Bird and the Beats, in: Coda, #181 (Dec.1981), p. 14-15 (F)

Alfons Michael Dauer: Day lydisch-chromatische Tonsystem von George Russell und seine Anwendung, in: Jazzforschung/jazz research, #14 (1982), p. 106-107 (A/T: “Lady Be Good”)

André Francis: Jazz (nouvelle édition), Malesherbes 1982 [book: Microcosme / Seuil], p. 116-122 (F)

Ian Carr: Bird Land, in: Ian Carr: Miles Davis. A Biography, New York 1982 [book], p. 12-30 (F)

Ira Gitler: Jazz Oral History Project. Howard McGhee (1982), in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 151-161 (F)

Mike Zwerin: Remembering Bird, in: Michael Zwerin: Broken Up and Dances, Paris 41982 [book], p. 53-55 (F)

Jack Sohmer: Charlie Parker – One Night in Washington / Jazz Perennial. The Genius Vol.7, in: Down Beat, 49/8 (Aug.1982), p. 31-32 (R)

John Clare: Charlie Parker: Two Perspectives. The Artist (1), in: Jazz (Australien), 2/11 (Sep/Oct.1982), p. 8-10 (F)

Niels Nielsen: Charlie Parker: Two Perspectives. The recordings (2), in: Jazz (Australien), 2/11 (Sep/Oct.1982), p. 11-13 (F/R)

Brian Priestley: Mingus. A Critical Biography, New York 1983 [book: Da Capo Press], passim (F) [digi.copy]

G. Arnaud & J. Reese: Charlie Parker fait danser le P.C., in: Jazz Hot, 49/398 (1983), p. 31

Hanns-Werner Heister: How High the Moon/Ornithology, in: Hanns-Werner Heister: Jazz, Kassel 1983 [book], p. 79-85 (A/T)

Joe Chambers: Ornithology, 1947-8, in: Joe Chambers: Milestones 1. The Music and Times of Miles Davis to 1960, New York 1983 [book], p. 58-89 (F)

Michael S. McLaughlin: African Music, Rhythm, and Jazz, in: Jazz Research Papers, 3 (1983), p. 74-91 (A/T)

Vittorio Castelli & Luca Cerchiari: Jazz su disco, Milano 1983 [book: Oscar Mondadori], p. 275-280 (R: “The Complete Savoy Studio Sessions”, Savoy; “On Dial Vol. 1”, Spotlite; “On Dial Vol. 4”, Spotlite; “On Dial Vol. 5”, Spotlite; “The Verve Years”, Verve)

N. Nielsen: Charlie Parker in Retrospect, in: Jazz Journal, 36/5 (May 1983), p. 16-18

Sadik Hakim: Dinosaure du Bop, in: Jazz Hot, #405 (Nov.1983), p. 48 (F)

Brian Priestley: Charlie Parker, Tunbridge Wells 1984 [book]

Brian Priestley: Parker – ‘Embraceable You’, in: The Wire, #7 (Summer 1984), p. 26-27 (F/R: Parker on Dial Vol. 4)

Michael James: Another Reading. The Parker Dials, in: The Wire, #7 (Summer 1984), p. 28-30 (F/R)

Xavier Prévost: L’oiseau retrospectif, in: Jazz Magazine, #329 (1984), p. 62-63 (R: Bird on Verve, Vol.1-8)

A. Leonardi: Charlie Parker. Mito di una generazione, in: Musica Jazz, 40/2 (Feb.1984), p. 43

Chan Parker: Dear Judy…, in: [letter to Judy Sneed (Rhode)], 19.Mar.1984 (letter: about the Parker home on 151 Avenue B, NYC) [digi.copy]

Renze de Vries: Bird Lives – zes jazzvogels, in: Jazz Nu, 6/66 (Apr.1984), p. 242-245 (F)

NN: Bird and Diz, in: Jazz Podijm, 33/10 (Oct.1984), p. 15-18 (B: To be or Not to Bop von Dizzy Gillspie)

Günther Buhles: Charlie Parker, von Brian Priestley, in: Jazz Podium, 33/11 (Nov.1984), p. 58 (B)

A. Vulbeau & A. Legido: Si Parker s’etait présenté…, in: Jazz Magazine, #337 (1985), p. 24-27

Benny Waters: Lester Young and Other Musicians I Admire, in: Benny Waters: The Key to a Jazzy Life, Toulouse 1985 [book], p. 77-79 (F)

Charles Delaunay: Delaunay’s Dilemma. De la peinture au jazz, Macon/F 1985 [book], p. 173-175 (F)

Gérard Moreau: Signé Jazz, Bordeaux 1985 [book: Editions du Ponant], p. 114-115 (very short F/drawing of the artist)

I. Böcker: Charlie Parker – Loverman, in: Musikern, 1/1985, p. 18-19

John Norris: Ornithology. The Continuing World of Charlie Parker, in: Coda, #202 (1985), p. 1

Max Harrison: Charlie Parker, by Brian Priestley, in: Jazz Forum, #92 (1985), p. 57-59 (B)

NN: Bird Lives!, in: Jazz Forum, #94 (1985), p. 56-57 (R) [digi.copy]

Brian Davis: Bird on Verve, in: The Wire, #13 (Mar.1985), p. 33-35 (F/R)

Brian Priestley: Charlie Parker (1920-1955). The Brilliance of Bird, in: The Wire, #13 (Mar.1985), p. 25-27 (F)

Charles Fox: Early Bird. Charles Fox surveys Parker’s background and hears from Jay McShann about the days when Parker toured with his big band, in: The Wire, #13 (Mar.1985), p. 27-28 (F/I with Jay McShann)

Greg Murphy: Bird – Studio Versus Live. Greg Murphy indulges in a session of fascinating and, ultimately, enlightening listening…, in: The Wire, #13 (Mar.1985), p. 31-32 (F)

Jeff Tempo: Up Against the Wall. Jeff Tempo opens a text book and finds that, in jazz, things are never quite as “black and white” as they seem, in: The Wire, #13 (Mar.1985), p. 29-30 (F: photo forgery)

Joe Kienemann: Das Jazz-Portrait – Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Zeitung, 10/3 (Mar.1985), p. 2-4 (F) [digi.copy]

Keith Shadwick: Under the Influence. Keith Shadwick looks at the startling effect Bird’s music had immediately on his contemporaries but asks who was to carry the legacy forward?, in: The Wire, #13 (Mar.1985), p. 35-37 (F)

Stan Britt: Bird Rappin’. Musicians talk about Charlie Parker, in: The Wire, #13 (Mar.1985), p. 39-41, 43 (F/I with Red Holloway, Sonny Stitt, Horace Silver, Eddie Cleanhead Vinson, Mary Lou Williams, Ruby Braff, Jimmy Witherspoon, Johnny Griffin, Art Pepper, Arnett Cobb, George Coleman, Harry Edison, Slim Gaillard, Hampton Hawes, Lee Konitz, B.B. King, Dexter Gordon, Joe Zawinul, Ernie Wilkins, Tony Scott, Peter King, Red Rodney, Jackie McLean, Thad Jones, Sonny Rollins, Jay McShann)

B. Räftegård: Parkers mästarballader, in: Orkester Journalen, 53/4 (Apr.1985), p. 15-17

Marcello Piras: Charlie Parker, in: Musica Jazz, 41/4 (Apr.1985), p. 35-50

O. Snismarck: “Bird” i stan, in: Orkester Journalen, 53/4 (Apr.1985), p. 19

R. Dahlgren: Charlie Parker i Sverige, in: Orkester Journalen, 53/4 (Apr.1985), p. 18, 20-22

John Norris: Ornithology. Publisher John Norris investigates the continuing world of Charlie Parker, in: Coda, #202 (Jun/Jul.1985), p. 18-19 (F)

Yusef Lateef: The Genius of Charlie Parker, in: Down Beat, 52/8 (Aug.1985), p. 56 (F)

Günther Buhles: Ross Russell . Bird lebt!, in: Jazz Podium, 34/11 (Nov.1985), p. 52 (B)

Al van Starrex: Charlie Parker, by Brian Priestley, in: Coda, #207 (1986), p. 18 (B)

Henry Martin: Charlie Parker/Dizzy Gillespie – “Koko” [p. 67-69 (A)]; Charlie Parker [p. 125-127 (A)]; Charlie Parker – “Shaw ‘Nuff'” [p. 242-243 (A/T), in: Henry Martin: Enjoying Jazz, New York 1986 [book]

J. Cooke: Charlie Parker – Birth of the Bebop, in: The Wire, #29 (1986), p. 37-38 (R)

Juergen Abi Schmitt: Von Strömen wird die Rede sein, vom Fliessen, von Wüsten innen und außen. Essay über Charlie Parker und Edgar Varèse, in: Ingrid Karl (Hg.): Jazz op. 3. Die heimliche Liebe des Jazz zur europäischen Moderne, Wien 1986 [book], p. 17-35 (F)

N. Coleman: Charlie Parker – The Complete Savoy Sessions, Vol.2, in: The Wire, #24 (1986), p. 45 (R)

Richard Cook: Charlie Parker – At Storyville, in: The Wire, #25 (1986), p. 50-51 (R)

Robert Gordon: Diz and Bird in Lotusland, in: Robert Gordon: Jazz West Coast. The Los Angeles Jazz Scene of the 1950s, London 1986 [book], p. 5-22 (F)

Scott Yanow: Charlie Parker – The Complete Roost Performances, in: Coda, #206 (1986), p. 33 (R)

Scott Yanow: Charlie Parker – The Cole Porter Songbook, in: Coda, #206 (1986), p. 34 (R)

, in: Nathan W. Pearson, Jr.: Goin’ to Kansas City, Urbana 1987 [book: University of Illinois Press], passim (F)

Amiri Baraka: A Tribute to Bird, in: LeRoi Jones & Amina Baraka: The Music. Reflections on Jazz and Blues, New York 1987 [book], p. 277-278 (F)

Gary Giddins: Bird Lives!, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 3-9 (F/I with Jay McShann, Dizzy Gillespie, Red Rodney, Buddy De Franco, Joe Newman, Thad Jones; Reprint, from: Gary Giddins: Celebrating Bird [1987])

Gary Giddins: Celebrating Bird. The Triumph of Charlie Parker, New York 1987 [book: Beech Tree Books], passim (F) [digi.copy]

Paul Smith & Morris Feldman (eds.): Charlie Parker for Piano, Book One, New York 1987 [sheet music] (T: piano solo arrangements of “Yardbird Suite”; “Confirmation”; “Au Privave”; “Chi Chi”; “Kim”; “Moose the Mooche”; “My Little Suede Shoes”; “Ornithology”; “Visa”; “Segment”; “An Oscar for Treadwell”; “Back Home Blues”; “Card Board”; “Blues for Alice”; “The Bird”)

Javier Coma: Charlie Parker. La esclavitud del libertador, in: Quartica Jazz, #17 (Mar.1987), p. 26-27 (F)

J.C: Diaz: Pentagrama. Maestros del Be Bop. Charlie Parker, in: Quartica Jazz, #18 (Apr.1987), p. 54-56 (A)

Michael Bourne: Ad lib. Celebrating Bird, in: Down Beat, 54/4 (Apr.1987), p. 63 (F)

Michael Bourne: Celebrating Bird, by Gary Giddins, in: Down Beat, 54/4 (Apr.1987), p. 63 (B)

Martin Isherwood: Bird Film Bio, in: Down Beat, 54/12 (Dec.1987), p. 12 (Film-R)

Graham Lock: Forces in Motion. Anthony Braxton and the Meta-Reality of Creative Music, London 1988 [book], p. 64-67 (F)

Iron Werther: Charlie Parker, in: Iron Werther: Bebop. Die Geschichte einer musikalischen Revolution und ihrer Interpreten, Frankfurt/Main 1988 [book], p. 78-99 (F)

Lawrence O. Koch: Ornithology. A Study of Charlie Parker’s Music, in: Lawrence O. Koch: Yardbird Suite. A Compendium of the Music and Life of Charlie Parker, Bowling Green 1988 [book: The Popular Press], p. 289-232 (A/T); Reprint, in: Lawrence O. Koch: Yardbird Suite. A Compendium of the Music and Life of Charlie Parker, revised edition, Boston 1999 [book: Northeastern University Press], p. 311-342 (A/T); review, by Andy Hamilton, in: Jazz Review, #5 (Feb.2000), p. 43 (B)

Lawrence O. Koch: Yardbird Suite. A Compendium of the Music and Life of Charlie Parker, Bowling Green 1988 [book: The Popular Press] (F/A/D)

NN: Doin’ Bird. The Clint Eastwood Interview, in: Straight No Chaser, #2 (1988), p. 22-24 (I mit Eastwood)

NN: Play Ornithology for Me… Charlie Parker, in: The Jazz Rag, #7 (1988), p. 3 (Film-R)

Paul Smith (ed.): Charlie Parker for Piano, Book Two, New York 1988 [sheet music] (T: piano solo arrangements of “Au Privave”; “Bloomdido”; “Blues (Fast)”; “Celebrity/Celerity”; “Cosmic Rays”; “Dewey Square”; “K.C. Blues”; “Laird Baird”; “Leap Frog”; “Mohawk”; “Passport”; “Relaxing with Lee”; “Scrapple from the Apple”; “She Rote”; “Si Si”)

Peter Niklas Wilson & Ulfert Goeman: Charlie Parker. Sein Leben, seine Musik, seine Schallplatten, Schaftlach 1988 [book: Oreos] (F/A/D)

Coen de Jonge: Charlie Parker op tenor. Nog net niet op ellepijp en spaakbeen, in: Jazz Nu, #114 (Apr.1988), p. 274-275 (F/R)

Christer Nilsson: Chan nöjd med Eastwood, in: Orkester Journalen, 56/5 (May 1988), p. 17 (F/I with Chan Parker)

Leonard Feather: In un film capolavoro. Parker vive!, in: Musica Jazz, 44/7 (Jul.1988), p. 7 (Film-R)

Jaap Lüdeke: Rolprent over Charlie Parker. Het regent veel in film Bird, in: Jazz Nu, #118 (Sep.1988), p. 432-433 (Film-R)

Scott Yanow: Bird – The Movie, in: Down Beat, 55/9 (Sep.1988), p. 24-26 (Film-R)

Didier Deutsch: Cinemusic – “Bird”, in: Jazziz, 5/6 (Oct/Nov.1988), p. 61, 76 (Film-R)

Gary Giddins: Birdman of Hollywood, in: Gary Giddins: Faces in the Crowd. Musicians, Writers, Actors, and Filmmakers, New York 2/1996 [book: Da Capo; O: New York 1992: Oxford University Press], p. 39-51 (F/Film-R; Reprint, from: Esquire, Oct.1988)

Günter Buhles: Ein Universum musikalischer Schönheit. Zur Stilentwicklung und Konzeption von Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Podium, 37/10 (Oct.1988), p. 3-4, 6-7 (F/A) [digi.copy]

Claudio Sessa & Giuseppe Piacentino & Giacomo Battistella: Bird com’era, in: Musica Jazz, 44/11 (Nov.1988), p. 35-46 (F/D)

Francis Davis: Bird on Film. Charlie Parker gets lost in a fan’s new movie, in: Atlantic Monthly, Nov.1988 (F/Film-R) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Francis Davis: Birdland, Mon Amour, in: Francis Davis: Jazz and Its Discontents. A Francis Davis Reader, New York 2004 [book: Da Capo Press], p. 272-278 (Film-R: “Bird”; originally published in Nov.1988)

Giuseppe Piacentino & Pino Candini & Marzio Castagnedi: Bird. Un cult-movie che fa discutere, in: Musica Jazz, 44/11 (Nov.1988), p. 12-18 (Film-R)

Günter Buhles: Zur Stilentwicklung und Konzeption von Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Podium, 37/11 (Nov.1988), p. 16-18, 20, 22 (F/A) [digi.copy]

Horst Kruse: 2 Filme über Charlie Parker (Clint Eastwood, Marc Huraux), in: Jazzthetik, 2/11 (Nov.1988), p. 24-25 (Film-R) [digi.copy]

Peter Watrous: The Man Who Defined Modern Jazz. Charlie Parker’s music remains the primer for musicians who are serious about their art, in: New York Times, 13.Nov.1988, p. 26, 28 (F) [digi.copy] {also in: Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 135-137}

Chan Parker: Rare Bird. Charlie Parker’s great love relives her years with a tumultuous jazz giant, in: People Magazine, 1.Dec.1988, p. 79-80, 82 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 132-134}

Günter Buhles: Charlie Parker. Der Prototyp des Bebopkünstlers, in: Jazz Podium, 37/12 (Dec.1988), p. 8, 10, 12, 15-16 (F) [digi.copy]

Helmut Weihsmann: Bird. Kurzkritik über den Charlie Parker Film von Clint Eastwood, in: Jazz Podium, 37/12 (Dec.1988), p. 17 (Film-R) [digi.copy]

Richard B. Woodward: The Year of the Bird. Charlie Parker paid his dues, as jazz players say. Now he gets his due, with a big film and a burst of CDs honorin one of the world’s great musicians, in: World Monitor, Dec.1988, p. 78-81 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 121-124}

Laurent Cugny: Las Vegas Tango. Une vie de Gil Evans, Paris 1989 [book: P.O.L./Collection Birdland], passim (F)

Mark Miller: Cool Blues. Charlie Parker in Canada 1953, London/Ontario 1989 [book: Nightwood Editions] (F)

Norman Saks & Leonard Bukowski & Robert M. Bregman: The Charlie Parker Discography, Toronto 1989 [book: B.B.S.] (D)

Paul Smith: Charlie Parker for Piano, Book Three, Lynbrook/NY 1989 [sheet music] (T: piano solo arrangements by Paul Smith of “Ah-Leu-Cha”; “Anthropology”; “Barbados”; “Billie’s Bounce”; “Cheryl”; “Constellation”; “Donna Lee”; “Ko Ko”; “Marmaduke”; “Now’s the Time”; “Perhaps”; “Red Cross”; “Shawnuff”; “Steeplechase”; “Thriving From a Riff”)

Philippe Koechlin & Filips & Artur & Patrice Narès & Alain Leroi: Oncle Ornicar presente Jazz Cartoon, Paris 1989 [book: Art Moderne], p. 50-51 (cartoon)

Raymond Federman: Erinnerung an Charlie Parker oder Wie wird man es wieder los, in: Lettre International, 3/6 (1989), p. 46-48 (F) [digi.copy]

Stan Britt: On the Street Where You Bop (with Bird, Miles, Bud, et al), in: Stan Britt: Dexter Gordon. A Musical Biography, New York 1989 [book], p. 63-69 (F)

Tony Scott: La mia vita nel mondo deineri, in: Blu Jazz, 1/3 (1989), p. 15-34 (F)

Val Wilmer: Bird Lies? Vi brakte I forrige utgave en fyldig omtale av filmen Bird I utlandet raser nå debatten im filmen. Nazznytt har derfor valgt å presentere den følgende artikkelen av Val Wilmer for å rette søkelyset på en side av filmen som i liten grad har vaert omtalt her til lands…, in: Jazz Nytt, 1/1989, p. 6-7 (F)

Whitney Balliett: Bird, in: Whitney Balliett: Barney, Bradley, and Max. 16 Portraits in Jazz, New York 1989 [book], p. 181-189 (F); Reprint, in: Whitney Balliett: American Musicians II. Seventy-One Portraits in Jazz, New York 1997 [book: Oxford University Press], p. 276-282 (F)

Günter Buhles: Über das musikalische Umfeld von Charlie Parker, IV, in: Jazz Podium, 38/1 (Jan.1989), p. 3-4, 6, 8, 10-11 (F) [digi.copy]

Sandy Carter: Slippin’ & Slidin’. Bird. Chasing the Legend, in: Zeta Magazine, Jan.1989, p. 61-64 (F/Film-R: “Bird”) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 138-141}

Buddy Collette & Elaine Cohen: Bird, from Someone to Watch Over Jazz, in: Coda, #224 (Feb/Mar.1989), p. 6-8 (F)

Kevin Whitehead: Messy Life, Perfect Art, in: Down Beat, 56/2 (Feb.1989), p. 6 (Film-R)

Scott Yanow: Retrospectives. Charlie Parker, in: Jazziz, 6/2 (Feb/Mar.1989), p. 37, 63 (F/R)

Stanley Crouch: Bird Land. Charlie Parker, Clint Eastwood, and America, in: The New Republic, 27.Feb.1989, p. 25-31 (F/Film-R) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 142-148}; reprint, in: in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 251-262 (F/Film-R)

Dave Helland: Parker Postage, in: Down Beat, 56/3 (Mar.1989), p. 3 (F: Parker-Briefmarke)

Kevin Whitehead: Ornithology. The Complete Savoy Studio Sessions / The Complete Charlie Parker on Verve / The Savoy Years. The Complete Royal Roost Performances / The Bird You Never Heard / Bebop and Bird Vol.1/2, in: Down Beat, 56/3 (Mar.1989), p. 37-39 (F/R) [digi.copy]

Paul Smith: Charlie Parker’s Solo on Dewey Square. A Piano Arrangement, in: Down beat, 56/4 (Apr.1989), p. 56-57 (T)

Helmut Weihsmann: Jazz im Film. Bird Now. Geschichten vom Bird. Bemerkungen zur Semidokumentation, in: Jazz Podium, 38/5 (May 1989), p. 27 (Film-R)

Aad Lohman: Camarillo over Charlie Parker. ‘Een vrijwel ondoordringbare persoonlijkheid’, in: Jazz Nu, 11/127 (Jun.1989), p. 333-336 (F/B/R)

John Fordham: Chan, in: John Fordham: Shooting from the Hip. Changing Tunes in Jazz, London 1996 [book: Kyle Cathie Limited], p. 203-206 (F; Reprint, from: The Guardian, Jul.1989)

Harry Gibson: The Bird Is on the Wing, in: Village Voice, 29.Aug.1989, p. 6, 13-14 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 153-155}

Bernard Maury: Transcription – “What Is This Thing Called Love”, in: Jazz Hot, # 468 (Nov.1989), p. 58 (T)

Becca Pulliam: The Benedetti Tapes Parker Solos, in: Down Beat, 57/12 (Dec.1990), p. 60 (R)

Carl Woideck: Charlie Parker. Student of Jazz, in: Jazz Research Papers, 10 (1990), p. 181-183 (A/T)

Giampiero Cane: Il metodo progressivo di Charlie Parker, in: Blu Jazz, 2/8 (1990), p. 27-33 (F/A/T)

John Webb: A Study of the Stylistic Innovations of Five Major Saxophonists, in: Jazz Research Papers, 10 (1990), p. 171-183 (F)

NN: Charlie Parker. Due foto inedite, in: Blu Jazz, 2/10 (1990), p. 33-36 (F)

Wolfram Knauer: Komposition in der Jazzgeschichte. Charlie Parker und das Verständnis von Improvisation als Spontankomposition, in: Wolfram Knauer: Zwischen Bebop und Free Jazz. Komposition und Improvisation des Modern Jazz Quartet, Mainz 1990 [book, 2 vols.], p. 73-76 (F)

Albrekt von Konow: aöanserad Parker-box. “Celebrating the Bird. The Triumph of Charlie Parker”, by Gary Giddins, in: Orkester Journalen, 58/2 (Feb.1990), p. 2 (B)

Ric Gentry: Solo Flight. Restoring the Alto Saxophone for the Music to Charlie Parker’s “Bird” Soundtrack, in: Saxophone Journal, 14/6 (May/Jun.1990), p. 38-41 (F/I mit Lennie Niehaus)

Paul Smith: Charlie Parker – “My Little Suede Shoes”, in: The Piano Stylist & Jazz Workshop, Jun/Jul.1990, p. 23-25 (T)

Stephanie Stein: Parker Tribute Benefits Drug Rehab Program, in: Down Beat, 57/6 (Jun.1990), p. 12 (C: tribute to Parker)

Mark Gardner: Chasin’ Charlie. Mark Gardner catches the earliest Bird and marvels at the enduring appeal of his genius, in: Jazz Journal, 43/11 (Nov.1990), p. 14-15 (F)

Bob Davis: Golden Bird. The Rediscovery of Charlie Parker’s 1st Recordings 50 Years After the First Took Flight, in: Down Beat, 57/12 (Dec.1990), p. 16-20, 60 (F/I); responses, by Buddy DeFranco, Clancey Burchfield, in: Down Beat, 58/3 (Mar.1991), p. 8 (letters)

Bernard Cash: Trumbauer, Parker, and Young, in: Lewis Porter (Hg.): A Lester Young Reader, Washington 1991 [book], p. 264-276 (A)

Mark Gardner: Bop and Related Styles. Charlie Parker – “The Charlie Parker Story” (Savoy MG 12079); “Charlie Parkeron Dial, vol. 1” (Spotlite 101), in: Barry Kernfeld (ed.): The Blackwell Guide to Recorded Jazz, Cambridge/MA 1991 [book: Basil Blackwell], p. 245-253 (R)

Michael Bourne: Memories of Charlie Parker, in: Hennessy Jazz Notes, Spring 1991, p. 3 (I mit Roy Haynes, Red Rodney)

Roy Porter: There and Back, Oxford 1991 [book], passim

Jean-Pol Schroeder: Digital Bird. Charles Christopher Parker à l’heure du CD, in: Jazz in Time, #20/21 (Feb/Mar.1991), p. 30-32 (F/R)

Ira Gitler: Aperto lo scrigno dei tesori di Parker, in: Musica Jazz, 47/3 (Mar.1991), p. 12-15 (F/R: Dean Benedetti Recordings)

Kevin Whitehead: Dean’s List. The Complete Dean Benedetti Recordings of Charlie Parker, in: Down Beat, 58/3 (Mar.1991), p. 46 (R)

Lars Westin: Parker I koncentrat. “The Compete Benedetti Recordings” (Mosaic MD7-121), in: Orkester Journalen, 59/3 (Mar.1991), p. 34-36 (R)

Paul Desmond: “Blygsamhet leder ingenstans.” Charlie Parker intervjuad av Paul Desmond, in: Orkester Journalen, 59/4 (Apr.1991), p. 18-19, 34 (I)

Jack Sohmer: Charlie Parker – “The Complete ‘Birth’ of the Bop” (Stash), in: Down Beat, 58/8 (Aug.1991), p. 44-45 (R)

Coen de Jonge: Benedetti ving Bird in zijn natuurlijke staat. De erfenis van een doorgeslagen Parker-adept, in: Jazz Nu, #153 (Sep.1991), p. 528-530 (F)

Trevor Tolley: In the Land of Oo-Bla-Dee. The Dean benedetti Recordings of Charlie Parker, in: Coda, #240 (Nov/Dec.1991), p. 38-40 (R)

Jean-Pol Schroeder: La légende de l’oiseau. Le Chainon Manquant, in: Jazz in Time, #29 (Dec.1991), p. 26-27 (F/D)

Bill Crow: Bird, in: Bill Crow: From Birdland to Broadway. Scenes from a Jazzy Life, New York 1992 [book], p. 129-133 (F)

David H. Rosenthal: Hard Bop. Jazz & Black Music 1955-1965, New York 1992 [book], passim (F)

Philippe Baudoin: I grandi standard del jazz, in: Blu Jazz, 4/26 (1992), p. 62-63 (F/T: My Little Suede Shoes)

Scott Sandvik: Polyharmony, Polymeter and Motivic Development in Charlie Parker’s “Klactoveseeds-Tene” (Take 1) Solo, in: Jazzforschung/jazz research, #24 (1992), p. 83-98 (A/T)

Ted Gioia: The Bird in the Basket, in: Ted Gioia: West Coast Jazz. Modern Jazz in California, 1945-1960, New York 1992 [book], p. 16-29 (F)

Tom Reed: Charlie Parker, in: Tom Reed: The Black Music History of Los Angeles. Its Roots, Los Angeles 1992 [book], p. 203-204 (F)

Whitney Balliett: Bird Lives, in: Whitney Balliett: Collected Works. A Journal of Jazz 1954-2000, New York 2000 [book: St.Martin’s Press], p. 772-775 (F; reprint, from 1992)

Max Salazar: Afro-Cubop History, in: Latin beat, 2/2 (Mar.1992), p. 20-25 (F)

Tony Dagradi: Linear Compositional Styles of Charlie Parker, in: Saxophone Journal, 16/6 (May/Jun.1992), p. 46-47 (F/A)

Frank Tirro: The Bird – Charlie Parker [p. 293-296 (F)]; More About Bird [p. 309-315 (A/T: Klacktoveedsedstene / Parker’s Mood)]; Dizzy Gillespie – Groovin’ High [Anhang, p. 24-28 (A/T)]; Charlie Parker – Confirmation [Anhang, p. 33-35 (A/T)]; Embraceable You / Little Benny / Parker’s Mood [Anhang, p. 72-77 (T)], in: Frank Tirro: Jazz History, New York ²1993 [book]

Lewis Porter & Michael Ullman: Charlie Parker [p. 218-233 (F/A/T: Hootie Blues / The Jumpin’ Blues / Koko / Parker’s Blues / Rocker No.2)]; Embraceable You [p. 457-458 (A/T)], in: Lewis Porter & Michael Ullman: Jazz. From Its Origins to the Present, Englewood Cliffs/NJ 1993 [book]

Mark Gridley: Charlie Parker, in: Mark C. Gridley: Jazz Styles. History and Analysis, Englewood Cliffs 51993 [book], p. 143-144, 155-157 (F/A: Shaw Nuff)

Paul De Barros: Jackson Street After Hours. The Roots of Jazz in Seattle, Seattle 1993 [book: Sasquatch Books], passim (F)

Robert Earl Price: Yardbird’s Vamp, in: African American Review, 27/1 (Spring 1993), p. 79-91 (play about Charlie Parker) [digi.copy]

Robert M. Bregman & Leonard Bukowski & Norman Saks: The Charlie Parker Discography, Redwood/NY 1993 [book: Cadence Jazz Books] (D)

José Maria García Martinez: El verdadero amor de Charles Christopher Parker. Charlie Parker/Omar Jayyam. La relación entre un saxofonista de jazz y un mistico del siglo XII, in: Cuadernos de Jazz, #14 (Jan/Feb.1993), p. 27-38 (F)

NN: Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Nu, #169 (Feb.1993), p. 48 (Foto)

Claudio Gabis: Blues for Alice. Analisis musical del tema de Parker, in: Cuadernos de Jazz, #15 (Mar/Apr.1993), p. 77-78 (A/T)

Giampiero Cane: Doctor Dizzy & Mr. Bird, in: Blu Jazz, #30 (Mar.1993), p. 28-31 (F)

NN: Gillespie-Parker Discography, in: Blu Jazz, #30 (Mar.1993), p. 32-35 (D)

Gianfranco Salvatore: Video. Charlie Parker – The Bird, in: Blu Jazz, 5/33 (Jun.1993), p. 62-63 (Film-R)

Judy Sneed: Dear Dan…, in: [letter to supporters, here to Dan Morgenstern], 21.Jul.1993 (F: letter requesting support to place Parker’s former home on Avenue B on the National Register of Historic Places) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 126}

David Bradbury: Charlie Parker on Dial. The Complete Sessions, in: Jazz on CD, 1/4 (Aug.1993), p. 12-16 (F/R)

Jeffrey Beaumoel: Charlie Parker Residence Nominated for National Register of Historic Places, in: [press notice], ca. 1994 (F) [digi.copy]

John Fordham: Jazz. Geschichte / Instrumente / Musiker / Aufnahmen, München 1994 [book: Christian Verlag], p. 110-111 (F)

Paul F. Berliner: Thinking in Jazz. The Infinite Art of Improvisation, Chicago 1994 [book: University of Chicago Press], passim (F)

Ebbe Traberg: Un nido escandinavo para Charlie Parker, in: Cuadernos de Jazz, #21 (Mar/Apr.1994), p. 40-41 (F)

Nat Hentoff: Looking Bird in the Face. Nat Hentoff recalls the tragic dichotomy of Charles Parker Jr. and a man they called “Bird”, in: Icon Thoughtstyle Magazine, Apr.1994, p. 118, 122 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 130-131}

Hank O’Neal: The Discovery. Hank O’Neal tells the story behind finding hundreds of unknown photographs of a 1952 Charlie Parker, in: Jazz on CD, 1/7 (Jul.1994), p. 27-31 (F)

NN: ‘Bird’. The Chan Parker Collection Auction, in: Crescendo & Jazz Music, 31/4 (Aug/Sep.1994), p. 10-11 (F)

Dave Gelly: What Charlie didn’t blow. Charlie Parker even pawned his saxes, but, says Dave Gelly, he still left his widow plenty to auction, in: The Guardian, 4.Sep.1994 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 128}

Andrew Simons: Charlie Parker – A Bird’s Eye View of the Private Genius, in: NN: Pop, Including Bird – The Chan Parker Collection, London, 8.Sep.1954 [auction catalogue] (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 2-3}

NN: Pop, Including Bird – The Chan Parker Collection, London, 8.Sep.1954 [auction catalogue] (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 2-16}

Leonard Weinreich: Bidding for Bird. Great Charlie Parker Auction in London, in: Jazz on CD, 1/10 (Nov.1994), p. 31-33 (F)

Nina J. Hodgson: The Christie’s Auction of Bird’s Memorabilia, in: (California) Jazz Now, 4/8 (Dec/Jan.1994/95), p. 9 (F)

NN: Bird Auchtion Exceeds Expectations, in: Jazz Times, Dec.1994 (short F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 129}

Esther Bubley: Charlie Parker, Levallois/France 1995 [book: Filipacchi] (F/photos)

François & Yves Billard: Histoires du Saxophone: Castelnau-le-Lez/France 1995 [book: Climats], p. 165-176 (F)

Herman Leonard: Jazz Memories, Levallois-Perret/France 1995 [book: filipacchi], p. 144-149 (photos)

Nat Hentoff: The Onliest Bird, in: Nat Hentoff: Listen to the Stories. Nat Hentoff on Jazz and Country Music, New York 1995 [book: Harper Collins Publishers], p. 75-78 (F)

Thomas Owens: The Parker Style, in: Thomas Owens: Bebop. The Music and the Players, New York 1995 [book], p. 28-45 (F/A) [digi.copy]

Ira Gitler: “Bird”, il suo genio sorprendeva ogni giorno, in: Musica Jazz, 51/3 (Mar.1995), p. 44-49 (F)

Stefano Zenni: Charlie Parker. 40 anni dopo, in: Musica Jazz, 51/3 (Mar.1995), p. 35-43 (F)

Ton Ouwehand: Grooves. 1995 is het jaar van Charlie ‘Bird’ Parker, in: Jazz Nu, #192 (Mar.1995), p. 6 (F)

Bernhard Jäger: Charlie “Bird” Parker. Vor 40 Jahren starb der große Jazzsaxophonist und Hauptvertreter des Bebop, in: Concerto, Apr/May 1995, p. 19 (F) [digi.copy]

Big Mama: Bluebird, Bluebird, in: Jazzology, #8 (Jun.1995), p. 46 (F)

Carles Montblanc: Espero NO decir NADA sobre Charlie Parker, in: Jazzology, #8 (Jun.1995), p. 47-48 (F)

Ebbe Traberg: El concierto de Massey Hall, in: Jazzology, #8 (Jun.1995), p. 40-41 (F)

Francesc J. Peleato & Tonet Rufié & Josep Ramon Jové: Les migracions discogràfiques de Bird, in: Jazzology, #8 (Jun.1995), p. 37-39 (F)

Javier Domínguez: A Charlie Parker “El Pájaro” y también a Julio Cortázar, su amigo y el mío, in: Jazzology, #8 (Jun.1995), p. 49 (poem)

José Miguel Sanchez Carros: El heredero de Charlie Parker, in: Jazzology, #8 (Jun.1995), p. 44 (F)

Kandido Huarte: Un mito, más allá del jazz y de la música, in: Jazzology, #8 (Jun.1995), p. 42 (F)

Max Sunyer: Negre amb saxo, in: Jazzology, #8 (Jun.1995), p. 45 (F)

Rexach: Pocas nubes en el cielo de California, in: Jazzology, #8 (Jun.1995), p. 43 (F)

Alain Presencer: The Massey Hall Concert, in: Jazz at Ronnie Scott’s, #94 (Jul/Aug.1995), p. 10-11 (F); review, by Jim Godbolt (ed.): Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Farrago. Compilation of Features from Jazz at Ronnie Scott’s Magazine, London 2008 [book: Hampstead Press], p. 48-49 (F)

Ira Gitler: Reflections of Bird. On the 75th anniversary of his birth Charlie Parker’s legacy burns strong, in: Down Beat, 62/8 (Aug.1995), p. 16-20 (F/I mit Jimmy Heath, Percy Heath, Jackie McLean, Phil Woods, Max Roach, Michael Weiss, Peter Delano, Jesse Davis)

Remo Palmier: Charlie Parker’s Sax Solo on ‘Parker’s Mood’, in: Down Beat, 62/8 (Aug.1995), p. 62-63 (A/T) [digi.copy]

Bill Milkowski: 25 Who Mattered. Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Times, 25/7 (Sep.1995), p. 54 (F)

Giuseppe Barazzetta: Promemoria per Charlie Parker, in: Ritmo, #695 (Sep.1995), p. 26-27 (F)

Günter Buhles: Charlie Parker 1920-1955, oder: Wie wahr ist der Slogan “Bird lives!” 40 Jahre nach seinem Tod?, in: Jazz Podium, 44/9 (Sep.1995), p. 3-4 (F)

Vicente Ménsua: Kok. Cumple anos, in: Cuadernos de Jazz, #31 (Nov/Dec.1995), p. 38-42 (F)

Marc-Édouard Nabe: Les mille et une métamorphoses de Charlie Parker, in: Jazzman, #9 (Dec.1995), p. 20-21 (F)

Mark Koster: Nederlandse jazzmusici blikken terug op Bird. Een Rembrandt, groter dan Mozart, een Jezus-figuur, in: Jazz Nu, #200 (Dec.1995), p. 26-29 (F/I mit Ben Herman, Piet Noordijk, Pierre Courbois, Mischa Mengelberg, Candy Dulfer)

Martin Schrouten: Requiem voor Charlie Parker. Wat je hoort als je hem hoort, in: Jazz Nu, #200 (Dec.1995), p. 22-25 (F)

Carl Woideck: Charlie Parker. His Music and Life, Ann Arbor 1996 [book] (F/I/A/T: several excerpts, complete transcriptions of “Honey & Body”; “Oh! Lady Be Good”; “Parker’s Mood”; “Just Friends”); p. 63-103, p. 152-159, p. 228-241 [digi.copy]; review, by Al Van Starrex, in: Coda, #283 (Jan/Feb.1999), p. 33-34 (B); review, by Andy Hamilton, in: The Wire, #182 (Apr.1999), p. 90-91 (B)

Chip Deffaa: Charlie Parker, in: Chip Deffaa: Jazz Veterans. A Portrait Gallery, Fort Bragg/CA 1996 [book: Cypress House], p. 138-139 (F)

Chip Deffaa: Doris Parker, in: Chip Deffaa: Jazz Veterans. A Portrait Gallery, Fort Bragg/CA 1996 [book: Cypress House], p. 140-141 (F/I)

Dave Oliphant: The Jay McShann Orchestra, 1938-1942, in: Dave Oliphant: Texan Jazz, Austin 1996 [book], p. 123-131 (F)

David Perry: Charlie Parker, in: David Perry: Jazz Greats, London 1996 [book: Phaidon], p. 145-168 (F)

Duncan Schiedt: Twelve Lives in Jazz, Parma 1996 [book], p. 164-75 (F/photos)

Francis Davis: Bebop and Nothingness, in: Francis Davis: Bebop and Nothingness. Jazz and Pop at the End of the Century, New York 1996 [book], p. 27-35 (F; Reprint, from Apr.1990); Reprint, in: Carl Woideck: The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 174-178 (F)

Guy Reynard & Yves Sportis: Birdography. Charlie Parker en compacts, in: Jazz Hot, #special (1996), p. 38-41 (D: CD’s)

Henry Martin: Charlie Parker and Thematic Improvisation, Lanham/MD 1996 [book: Scarecrow Press] (A/T: “Red Cross”; “Shaw ‘Nuff”; “Thriving On a Riff”; “Crazeology”; “Wee”; “Lester Leaps In”; “Embraceable You”; “Just Friends”; “Cherokee”; “Koko”; “Star Eyes”, “Cool Blues”; “Au Privave”; “Blues for Alice”; “Bongo Bop”; “Now’s the Time”; “Cheryl”; “Parker’s Mood”)

Ken Vail: Bird’s Diary. The Life of Charlie Parker 1945-1955, Chessington/Surrey 1996 [book] (F/I/letters; chronological listing)

Kent J. Engelhardt: Young Charlie Parker and Side-Slipping. The Efferge Ware Connection, in: Jazz Research Papers, 16 (1996), p. 177-188 (A/T: excerpts from “Honeysuckle Rose”; “I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles”; “St. Louis Mood”)

Scott Reeves: From Pops to Miles. The Evolution of the Jazz Vocabulary, in: Jazz Research Papers, 16 (1996), p. 113-122 (F/T: alto saxophone transcription of “Shaw ‘Nuff”)

Stefaan Debevere: Melodisch denken in jazz, in: Tijdschrift voor Muziektheorie, 1/3 (1996), p. 181-189 (A/T: Charlie Parker: “Donna Lee”; Chet Baker: “Line for Lyons”, “Look for the Silver Lining”; Sarah Vaughan: “All of Me”) [xerox]

Juan Pascual Gay: Contrapunto y fuga, in: Jazzology, #9 (Jan.1996), p. 34 (F: Jacks Pollock & Charlie Parker)

Michael Holbek: Charlie Parker. “Yardbird” ville være blevet 75 ar den 29. august 1995, in: Jazz Special, #26 (Feb/Mar.1996), p. 26 (F)

Sadik Hakim: Reflections of an Era. My Experiences with Bird and Prez, in: Jazz Journal, 49/8 (Aug.1996), p. 16-18, 35 (F)

Ssirus W. Pakzad & Christian Stolberg: Könner an der Kanne, in: WOM Journal, Aug.1996, p. 44 (short F)

Zoë Anglesey: Jazz on Campus. Brooklyn Conservatory Celebrates the Brighter Side of Charlie Parker, in: Down Beat, 63/11 (Nov.1996), p. 74 (F)

Catherine Bowman: “Charlie Parker Memorial Birthday Celebration, Tompkins Square Park”, in: Brilliant Corners, 2/1 (Winter 1997), p. 8-9 (poem)

Eric Nisenson: Blue. The Murder of Jazz, New York 1997 [book: St. Martin’s Press], passim (F)

John Gennari: Pulp Addiction. Charting the Bird. Obsession in Ross Russell’s “The Sound”, in: Brilliant Corners, 2/1 (Winter 1997), p. 38-51 (F)

Leslie Gourse: Straight, No Chaser. The Life and Genius of Thelonious Monk, New York 1997 [book: Schirmer Books], passim (F)

Mark S. Haywood: Order and Chaos in Bird and Trane, in: Annual Review of Jazz Studies, #9 (1997/1998), p. 133-143 (A)

Paul Zimmer: “But Bird”, in: Brilliant Corners, 1/2 (Summer 1997), p. 70-71 (poem)

Philippe Adler & Pierre de Chocqueuse: Passeport pour le jazz. Les grands CD du jazz moderne 1944-1997, Paris 1997 [book: Balland], p. 308-313 (F/R: “The Savoy Recordings”; “The Dial Masters”; “Bird and Diz”)

Preston Love: A Thousand Honey Creeks Later. My Life in Music from Basie to Motown – and Beyond, Hanover/NH 1997 [book: Wesleyan University Press], passim (F)

Sandy Evans & Christopher Williams: French Flowers Blooming. The Music for “Testimony”, in: Brilliant Corners, 2/1 (Winter 1997), p. 80-85 (F: musical about Charlie Parker)

Sascha Feinstein: Jazz Poetry from the 1920s to the Present, Westport/CT 1997 [book: Praeger], p. 89-114 (F: chapter “Chasin’ the Bird. Charlie Parker and the Enraptured Poets of the Fifties”)

William Claxton: A Note on the Cover Art. Detail from the Image “Charlie Parker and Fans, Pasadena, 1952”, in: Brilliant Corners, 2/1 (Winter 1997), p. 4-7 (F)

Rudie Kagie: Immortal sessons. De schoonheid van Parkers dieptepunten, in: Jazz Nu, #216 (May 1997), p. 40-41 (F)

Alain Tercinet: Parker’s Mood, Marseille 1998 [book: Éditions Parenthèses] (F/D)

Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books] (F); review, in: Jazz Notes, 10/3 (1999), p. 17-19 (B)

Carl Woideck: Charlie Parker Chronology, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 263-268 (F)

Carl Woideck: Charlie Parker’s Apprenticeship Recordings 1940-1943, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 188-205 (F)

Don Glanden: Bebop and Blues from Bird to Barron, in: Jazz Improv, 1/4 (1998), p. 119-121 (A/T: “Billie’s Bounce”)

Edward M. Komara: The Dial Recordings of Charlie Parker. A Discography, Westport/CT 1998 [book: Greenwood Press] (D)

Gary Giddins: Visions of Jazz. The First Century, New York 1998 [book: Oxford University Press], p. 261-283 (F: chapter Charlie Parker. Flying Home”; T: “Jumpin’ the Blues”; “Koko”; “A Night in Tunesia”; “Lady Be Good”; “Embraceable You”; “Parker’s Mood”)

Harry A. Reed: Yardbird Suite 1. Charlie “Yardbird” Parker (1920-1955) and the Convergence of Kansas City and New York City Nightclubs in the Birth of Bebop, in: Western Journal of Black Studies, 22/1 (Spring 1998), p. 1-10 (F) [digi.copy]

Jack Kerouac: Three Chorusses from ‘Mexico City Blues’, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 171-173 (poem)

Juha Henriksson: Chasing the Bird. Functional Harmony in Charlie Parker’s Bebop Themes, Helsinki 1998 [book: Suomen Musiikkitieteellinen Seura] (A: “Ah-Leu-Cha”; “Another Hairdo”; “Anthropology”; “Au Privave”; “Back Home Blues”; “Barbados”; “Billie’s Bounce”; “Bloomdido”; “Blue Bird”; “Blues”; “Blues for Alice”; “Buzzy”; “Cardboard”; “Chasing the Bird”; “Cheryl”; “Chi Chi”; “Confirmation”; “Dewey Square”; “K.C. Blues”; “Laird Baird”; “Marmaduke”; “Mohawk”; “My Little Suede Shoes”; “Now’s The Time”; “Ornithology”; “An Oscar for Treadwell”; “Passport”; “Perhaps”; “Red Cross”; “Scrapple from the Apple”; “Segment”; “Shaw Nuff”; “Si Si”; “Steeplechase”; “Visa”; “Yardbird Suite”)

Kent Engelhardt: The Influence of Young Charlie Parker on John Jackson, in: Jazz Research Proceedings Yearbook, #18 (1998), p. 27-35 (F)

Max Harrison: A Rare Bird, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 204-225 (F)

NN: “Anthropology”, in: Jazz Improv, 1/4 (1998), p. 215-216, 218 (A)

NN: Charlie Parker – “Confirmation”, in: Jazz Improv, 1/4 (1998), p. 143-147 (A/T)

NN: Charlie Parker – “Ornithology”, in: Jazz Improv, 1/4 (1998), p. 148-153 (A/T)

Phil Schaap: The Verve Sessions, in: Carl Woideck (ed.): The Charlie Parker Companion. Six Decades of Commentary, New York 1998 [book: Schirmer Books], p. 225-238 (F)

Philippe Baudoin: Charlie Parker, compositeur, in: Alain Tercinet: Parker’s Mood, Marseille 1998 [book: Éditions Parenthèses], p. 123-128 (F: listing of Parker compositions with identification of formal bass)

William J. Moody: “Bird Lives!”, in: Brilliant Corners, 2/2 (Summer 1998), p. 25-34 (excerpt from poem/short story)

Ken Burns: Chan Parker, interview transcript for “Jazz. A Film by Ken Burns”, May 1998 (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

“PIP”: Il “Camarillo” sta chiudendo (e un ricordo di Charlie Parker svanisce), in: Ritmo, #726 (Jun.1998), p. 25 (F)

Lee Hill Kavanaugh: Charlie Parker’s Grave May Relocate, in: Down Beat, 65/7 (Jul.1998), p. 15 (F)

Michael J. Renner: Prelude. A New Nest for Bird’s Bones, in: Jazziz, 15/8 (Aug.1998), p. 14 (F: Parker’s grave to be moved)

Colin Moynihan: Will Bird’s House Fly As a City Landmark?, in: New York Times, 20.Dec.1998 (F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 127}

Alain Gerber: Charlie Parker. “Au moment de sa mort, il y a eu un formidable coup de tonnerre” (Baronne Pannonica de Koenigswarter), in: Alain Gerber: Fiesta in Blue. Textes de Jazz, Tome 2, Paris 1999 [book: Editions Alive], p. 98-102 (F)

Alain Gerber: Charlie Parker. Louis et Charlie, in: Alain Gerber: Fiesta in Blue. Textes de Jazz, Tome 2, Paris 1999 [book: Editions Alive], p. 103-113 (F)

Alyn Shipton: Groovin’ High. The Life of Dizzy Gillespie, New York 1999 [book: Oxford University Press], passim (F)

Chan Parker: My Life in E-Flat, Columbia/SC 1999 [book: University of South Carolina Press], passim (F)

Edward Komara: The Dial Recordings of Charlie Parker, in: Dave Oliphant (ed.): The Bebop Revolution in Words and Music, Austin/TX 1994 [book: Harry Ransom Humanity Research Center], p. 78-103 (F)

Gary Giddins: Charlie “Bird” Parker, in: Charles Graham & Dan Morgenstern (eds.): The Great Jazz Day, Emeryville/CA 1999 [book: Woodford Press], p. 107-110 (F)

Gary Giddins: Charlie Parker. An Overview, in: Dave Oliphant (ed.): The Bebop Revolution in Words and Music, Austin/TX 1994 [book: Harry Ransom Humanity Research Center], p. 52-77 (A/T: “Koko”; “Lady Be Good”; “Embraceable You”; “Paker’s Mood”)

J. Bernlef: In gesprek met Charlie Parker, in: J. Bernlef: Haalt de jazz de eenentwintigste eeuw?, Amsterdam 1999 [book: Querido], p. 7-12 (F: fictional interview)

Keith Shadwick: Charlie Parker. Bird Lives!, in: Jon Newey (ed.): Tower Jazz Guide 2000/01, London 1999 [book: Tower Records], p. 40 (F)

Kenny Mathieson: Giant Steps. Bebop and the Creators of Modern Jazz 1945-65, Edinburgh 1999 [book: Payback Press], p. 40-75 (F)

Konrad Heidkamp: Elvis, Bird und Tipp-Kick, in: Konrad Heidkamp: It’s All Over Now. Musik einer Generation – 40 Jahre Rock und Jazz, Berlin 1999 [book: Alexander Fest Verlag; 2nd edition: Reinbek bei Hamburg 2007: ro-ro-ro], p. 28-44 (F)

Kwatei Jones-Quartey: “Parker’s Mood” Revisited, in: Annual Review of Jazz Studies, #10 (1999), p. 221-235 (A) [digi.copy]

Lawrence O. Koch: Yardbird Suite. A Compendium of the Music and Life of Charlie Parker, revised edition, Boston 1999 [book: Northeastern University Press] (F/A/D)

Leonard Brown: Jazz Masters. Charlie Parker, in: Leonard Brown & Claude Page (eds.): Kansas City and All That Jazz, Kansas City 1999 [book: Andrews McMeel Publishing], p. 12-13 (F)

Martin Gray: Parker at His Peak, in: Lenox Avenue, #5 (1999), p. 113 (poem)

Paul Bley & David Lee: Stopping Time. Paul Bley and the Transformation of Jazz, Canada 1999 [book: Véhicule Press], passim (F)

Rick Helzer: Charlie Parker’s Solo on “Shaw ‘Nuff”, in: Jazz Improv, 2/2 (1999), p. 213-214 (A/T)

Ross Russell: Symposium Keynote Address, in: Dave Oliphant (ed.): The Bebop Revolution in Words and Music, Austin/TX 1994 [book: Harry Ransom Humanity Research Center] (F)

Russ Chase: “The Dial Recordings of Charlie Parker. A Discography”, by Edward M. Komara, in: IAJRC Journal, 32/1 (Winter 1999), p. 107 (B)

Thomas Owens: Bird’s Children and Grandchildren. The Spread of Charlie Parker’s Musical Language, in: Jazzforschung/jazz research, #31 (1999), p. 75-88 (A/T: “Kim”; “Scrapple from the Apple”; “Donna Lee”; “Billie’s Bounce”; “I Got Rhythm”)

Leslie Sabina: Woodshedding. Charlie Parker’s “Don’t Blame Me”, in: Jazz UK, #25 (Jan/Feb.1999), p. 14-15 (A/T)

NN: Jazz musician’s grave to stay, in: [unknown source] (Associated Press), Feb.1999 (short F) [digi.copy] {Rutgers papers “Charlie Parker”, p. 125}

Jason Koransky: Riffs. Bird Memorial to Be Unveiled Without Bones, in: Down Beat, 66/4 (Apr.1999), p. 16 (F)

Thomas Conrad: Charlie Parker – “The Complete Live Performances on Savoy” (Savoy), in: Down Beat, 66/4 (Apr.1999), p. 66 (R)

Michael J. Renner: Prelufe. Bird Remains, in: Jazziz, 16/6 (Jun.1999), p. 16 (F: plans to move Parker’s remains)

Bret Primack: We All Learn from Bird. Charlie Parker & Jazz Education, in: Jazz Educators Journal, 32/1 (Jul.1999), p. 36-38, 40-42 (F)

Leonard Brown: Charlie Parker Memorial Unveiled at Kansas City’s 18th & Vine District, in: Jazz Educators Journal, 32/1 (Jul.1999), p. 45 (F)

Leonard Brown: The Charlie Parker Symposium. Reflections on a Tribute to a Master, in: Jazz Educators Journal, 32/1 (Jul.1999), p. 44-47 (F/C: tribute to Parker in Kansas City)

John F. Szwed: “My Life in E-Flat”, by Chan Parker, in: Jazziz, 16/8 (Aug.1999), p. 30-31 (B)

Ed Hazell: Prelude. Bird Caught, But Uncaged, in: Jazziz, 16/9 (Sep.1999), p. 14 (Film-R)

Ira Gitler: Live. Remembering Bird with Strings, Symphony Space, in: Jazz Times, 29/8 (Oct.1999), p. 55 (C: tribute to Charlie Parker)

Mark Gardner: “My Life in E-Flat”, by Chan Parker, in: Jazz Journal, 52/10 (Oct.1999), p. 14-15 (B)

Brian Priestley: Charlie Parker, in: Dave Gelly (ed.): Masters of Jazz Saxophone. The Story of the Players and Their Music, London 2000 [book: Balafon Books], p. 46-53 (F)

Geoffrey C. Ward & Ken Burns: Jazz. A History of America’s Music, New York 2000 [book: Alfred A. Knopf; German translation as: “Jazz. Eine Musik und ihre Geschichte”, München 2001 (Econ)], p. 305-311 (F: chapter “Reach”); p. 323 (F: chapter “Now’s the Time”); p. 334-337 (F: chapter “So Tough”); p. 354-358 (F: chapter “Drastic Stuff”); p. 381-386 (F: chapter “My Name Is Bird”)

Henri Robberechts: Parker’s Mood, in: Record Memory Club Magazine, #50 (2000), p. 31-45 (F)

James Patrick: Charlie Parker, in: Bill Kirchner (ed.): The Oxford Companion to Jazz, New York 2000 [book: Oxford University Press], p. 316-331 (F/A)

Kent John Engelhardt: Musical and Cultural Factors in the Musical Development of Young Charlie Parker as Demonstrated Through Transcription and Analysis of the Improvised Solos of Young Charlie Parker with the Jay McShann Orchestra, Pittsburgh/PA 2000 [PhD thesis: University of Pittsburgh] (F/A/T: Charlie Parker’s solos on: “I Found a New Baby”; “Body and Soul”; “Moten Swing”; “Coquette”; “Oh, Lady Be Good”; “Honeysuckle Rose”; “Swingmatism”; “Hootie Blues”; “Lonely Boy Blues”; “The Jumpin’ Blues”; “Sepian Bounce”; “I Got Rhythm”; “St. Louis Mood”; “I’m Forever Blowing Bubbles”) [digi.copy]

Mark C. Gridley: Jazz Styles. History and Analysis, Upper Saddle River/NJ 7/2000 [book: Prentice Hall], p. 151-152, 163-165 (F/A: “Shaw Nuff”)

Michael Herbert: New Directions in Jazz Composition As Evidenced in the Works of Three Composers. Kenny Wheeler, Don Grolnick, and Russell Ferrante, Pittsburgh/PA 2000 [MA thesis: Duquesne University], p. 11-13 (F/A/T: “Ko-Ko”); p. 20-22 (A: “Blues for Alice”) [digi.copy]

Robert Dean Hodson: Interaction and Improvisation. Group Interplay in Jazz Performance, Madison/WI 2000 [PhD thesis: University of Wisconsin], p. 39-52 (A: “Now’s The Time”; chapter “Musical Roles and Behaviors”); p. 53-62 (A: “Now’s the Time”; “Musical Relationships within the Rhythm Section”); p. 65-97 (A: “Now’s the Time”; chapter “Harmony and Interaction”); p. 115-128 (A: “Now’s the Time”; chapter “Form and Interaction”) [digi.copy]

Rolf Ljungquist: Some Notes on Charlie Parker and Sweden, in: IAJRC Journal, 33/2 (Spring 2000), p. 26-29 (F)

William Karlen: Anthologie du Jazz Classique. La synthèse d’un demisiècle de swing, Sierre/Switzerland 2000 [book: Editions à la Carte], p. 157-161 (F)

Brian Dale: Bird Gets the Bootleg, in: Jazz Journal, 53/1 (Jan.2000), p. 17-18 (F)

David Firestone: Bird Lives. Parker’s Still in the Groove, in: New York Times (Internet), 10.May 2000 (F) [vert.file]

Hans-Jürgen Schaal: Charlie Parker. Der Erfinder des modernen Jazz, in: Fono Forum, Aug.2000, p. 85-87 (F)

Ira Gitler: Charlie Parker – “New Bird” (Swan), in: Jazz Times, 30/6 (Aug.2000), p. 101-102 (R)

Hans-Jürgen Schaal: Krebskanon-Blues. Aus dem aktuellen Nachleben von Charlie Parker und J.S. Bach, in: Jazz Thing, #35 (Sep/Oct.2000), p. 20 (parody)

Werner Stiefele: Charlie Parker. Freier Vogel, in: Scala, Sep/Oct.2000, p. 86-89 (F) [digi.copy]

Belinda Thom: BoB. An Improvisational Music Companion, Pittsburgh/PA 2001 [PhD thesis: Carnegie Mellon University], p. 162-175, 223-236, 253-255, 260-264, 265-271 (F/A/T: computer simulation of a Charlie Parker solo) [digi.copy]

Frank Marshall Davis: Charlie Parker, in: Brilliant Corners, 6/1 (Winter 2001), p. 27-28 (poem)

Hans-Jürgen Schaal (ed.): Jazz-Standards. Das Lexikon, Kassel 2001 [book: Bärenreiter], p. 38-39 (F: “Anthropology”); p. 44-45 (F: “Au Privave”); p. 61.-62 (F: “Billie’s Bounce”); p. 99-100 (F: “Confirmation”); p. 360-361 (F: “Now’s the Time”); p. 377-378 (F: “Ornithology”); p. 388-390 (F: “Parker’s Mood”); p. 555-556 (F: “Yardbird Suite”)

Henry Martin & Keith Waters: Jazz. The First 100 Years, Belmont/CA 2001 [book: Wadsworth/Schirmer], p. 183-184 (A: “Salt Peanuts”); p. 189-190 (A: “Bloomdido”)

Horace A. Porter: Jazz Country. Ralph Ellison in America, Iowa City 2001 [book: University of Iowa Press], p. 42-48 (F: chapter “Mocking Entertainers. Ellison on Louis Armstrong and Charlie Parker”)

Ilse Storb: Jazz und Neue Musik im Unterricht, Münster 2001 [book: LIT Verlag], p. 91-96 (F/A: “Ornithology”)

Jacques Aboucaya & Jean-Pierre Peyrebelle: Du Be-Bop au Free Jazz. Formes et techniques d’improvisation chez C. Parker, M. Davis et O. Coleman, Toulouse 2001 [book: Presses Universitaires du Mirail] (F/A)

Lars Bjorn & Jim Gallert: Before Motown. A History of Jazz in Detroit, 1920-1960, Ann Arbor 2001 [book: University of Michigan Press], passim (F)

Nicholas Gebhardt: Charlie Parker. The Virtuosity of Speed, in: Nicholas Gebhardt: Going for Jazz. Musical Practices and American Ideology, Chicago 2001 [book: University of Chicago Press], p. 77-122 (F)

Robert Bregman: “Thou Was Not Born for Death, Immortal Bird”, in: IAJRC Journal, 34/3 (Summer 2001), p. 35 (F)

Jean-Louis Chautemps: Triptyque pour Charlie Parker, in: Les Cahiers du Jazz, #1 (Jan.2001), p. 261-264 (F)

Martin Westin & Lars Westin: Sista natten met gängen. Charlie Parker i Sverige (2). De sista timmarna i Stockholm blev internsiva och händelserika, in: Orkester Journalen, 69/1 (Jan.2001), p. 24-26 (F)

Ted Panken: Bountiful Bird, in: Down Beat, 68/1 (Jan.2001), p. 42 (R: “The Complete Savoy and Dial Studio Recordings”)

Richard Cook: Reclaiming the Jazz Age. Charlie Parker, “KoKo” (1945), in: Jazz Review (GB), #21 (Jun.2001), p. 23 (short F)

Doug Ramsey: Charlie Parker – “The Washington Concerts” (Blue Note), in: Jazz Times, 31/6 (Aug.2001), p. 134-135 (R)

Mark Stefani: Bird “Magic”. Sax on Guitar: Parker’s “Outside” Tricks, in: Just Jazz Guitar, #29 (Nov.2001), p. 54-57 (F/A)

Alun Morgan: Lost in Meditation. Bird Jottings, in: Jazz Journal, 54/12 (Dec.2001), p. 7 (F: short discographical remarks)

David Amram: Offbeat. Collaborating with Jack Kerouac, New York 2002 [book: Thunder’s Mouth Press], passim (F)

David Ritz: Faith in Time. The Life of Jimmy Scott, Cambridge/MA 2002 [book: Da Capo Press], passim (F)

Fabrice Zammarchi & Sylvie Mas: A Life in the Golden Age of Jazz. A Biography of Buddy DeFranco, Seattle/WA 2002 [book: Parkside Publications], p. 47-48, p. 123-129, passim (F)

Frederick J. Spencer: Jazz and Death. Medical Profiles of Jazz Greats, Jackson/MS 2002 [book: University of Mississippi Press], p. 133-141 (F: drug abuse, cause of death)

Geoffrey Haydon: Quintet of the Year, London 2002 [book: Aurum Press] (F); review by Brian Priestley, in: Jazzwise, #57 (Sep.2002), p. 63 (B); review by Bob Weir, in: Jazz Journal, 55/10 (Oct.2002), p. 18 (B); review by Raymond Horricks, in: Crescendo & Jazz Music, 39/5 (Oct/Nov.2002), p. 27-28 (B); review by Ron Simpson, in: The Jazz Rag, #74 (Winter 2002), p. 11 (B); review by James Hale, in: The Jazz Report, 16/1 (Winter 2003), p. 33 (B); review by Vic Hall, in: IAJRC Journal, 36/2 (Spring 2003), p. 52 (B); review, by Greg Buium, in: Coda, #309 (May/Jun.2003), p. 10 (B); review by Brian Priestley & Peter Vacher, in: Jazz UK, #54 (Nov/Dec.2003), p. 21 (B); review by Steve Futterman, in: Jazz Times, 34/10 (Dec.2004), p. 121-122 (B)

Gregory Djanikian: Listening to Charlie Parker in Northern Vermont, in: Brilliant Corners, 6/2 (Summer 2002), p. 30-32 (poem)

Herbert Hellhund: Parker Revisited, in: Jazzforschung / jazz research, #34 (2002), p. 149-163 (F/A/T: “Now’s the Time”; “Ah Leu Cha”; “Koko”)

James Gavin: Deep in a Dream. The Long Night of Chet Baker, New York 2002 [book: Alfred A. Knopf], passim (F)

John Szwed: So What. The Life of Miles Davis, New York 2002 [book: Simon & Schuster], passim (F)

Lewis MacAdams: Birth of the Cool. Beat, Bebop & The American Avant-Garde, London 2002 [book: Scribner’s], passim (F)

Noal Cohen & Michael Fitzgerald: Rat Race Blues. The Musical Life of Gigi Gryce, Berkeley/CA 2002 [book: Berkeley Hills Books], passim (F)

Oscar Peterson: A Jazz Odyssey. The Life of Oscar Peterson, London/New York 2002 [book: Continuum; German translation, as: “Meine Jazz-Odyssee”, Höfen/A 2003, book: hannibal], passim, especially p. 207-208, 212-213 (F)

Paolo Vitolo: Guida al jazz. Gli autori e le musiche dal bebop alla creative music, Milano 2002 [book: Bruno Mondadori], p. 181-186 (F)

Peter J. Martin: Spontaneity and organisation, in: Mervyn Cooke & David Horn (eds.): The Cambridge Companion to Jazz, Cambridge 2002 [book: Cambridge University Press], p. 133-152 (F)

Steve Larson: Musical Forces, Melodic Expectation, and Jazz Melody, in: Music Perception, 19/3 (Spring 2002), p. 351-385 (F/A/T: “Confirmation”) [digi.copy]

Gianmichele Taormina: Charlie Parker. La grande luce di un mito, in: Jazzit, 4/9 (Mar/Apr.2002), p. 78-81 (F)

Olivier Kociubinska: Charlie Parker – “The Complete Dial and Savoy Recordings”, in: Jazz Notes, #68 (May 2002), p. 38-40 (F/R)

Bob Weir: Charlie Parker Discography, in: Names & Numbers, #23 (Oct.2002), p. 32 (B: “Bird Lore – A Revised Charlie Parker”)

Bob Weir: “Bird Lore. A Revised Charlie Parker Discography”, by Piet Koster, in: Jazz Journal, 55/11 (Nov.2002), p. 18 (B)

Ettore Ulivelli: Il Testimone. Rivisitazione due, in: Ritmo, #774/775 (Nov/Dec.2002), p. 40-41 (F/I; excerpts from Parker interview in Down Beat, 9.Sep.1949)

Egbert de Bloeme: “Bird Lore. A Revised Charlie Parker Discography”, compiled by Piet Koster, in: NJA Bulletin, #46 (Dec.2002), p. 41 (B)

Ben Sidran: A Life in the Music, New York 2003 [book: Taylor Trade Publishing], passim (F)

Dempsey J. Travis: Norman Granz. The White Moses of Black Jazz, Chicago/IL 2003 [book: Urban Research Press], p. 244-259 (F)

Eddie S. Meadows: Bebop to Cool. Context, Ideology, and Musical Identity, Westport/CT 2003 [book: Praeger], passim, esp. p. 173-218 (F/A: chapter “The Musical Language of Charlie Parker”)

Finn Slumstrup: Gyldendals bog om jazz, Copenhagen 2003 [book: Gyldendal], p. 268-269 (F: short biography)

George Wein & Nate Chinen: Myself Among Others. A Life in Music, New York 2003 [book: Da Capo], passim (F)

Leonardo Acosta: Cubano Be, Cubano Bop. One Hundred Years of Jazz in Cuba, Washington/DC 2003 [book: Smithsonian Press], passim (F)

Martin Westin: Charlie Parker i Sverige, in: Steinar Kristiansen (ed.): Nordisk Jazzforskning. Rapport fra den sjette konferansen i Oslo, 9. – 10. August 2002, Oslo 2003 [book: Norsk Jazzarkiv], p. 37-45 (F)

Philip Martin James Ford: American Popular Music in the Cold War. The Hip Aesthetic and the Countercultural Idea, Minneapolis 2003 [PhD thesis: The University of Minnesota], p. 281-289 (F/A: chapter “Gip Irony Revisited. Perspective of Perspectives”) [digi.copy]

Sonya Ruth Lawson: The Origins and Development of the Use of Violins, Violas, and Cellos in Jazz in the United States of America, Eugene/OR 2003 [PhD thesis: University of Oregon], p. 106-112 (F/A: Charlie Parker with Strings) [digi.copy]

Sonya Ruth Lawson: The Origins and Development of the Use of Violins, Violas, and Cellos in Jazz in the United States of America, Eugene/OR 2003 [PhD thesis: University of Oregon; published through UMI], p. 106-120 (F: Charlie parker and strings)

Sundar Viswanathan: An Analysis of the Jazz Improvisation and Composition in Selected Works from the Blue Note Records Period of Tenor Saxophonist Joe Henderson from 1963-1966, New York 2003 [PhD thesis: New York University], p. 70-80 (F: chapter “Important Contributions to Jazz Music. Charlie Parker”)

Terry Gibbs & Cary Ginell: Good Vibes. A Life in Jazz, Lanham/MD 2003 [book: Scarecrow Press], passim (F)

William Walker Pace: Jazz Saxophone and Trumpet Improvisations Transcribed and Annotated for Double Bass, Coral Gables/FL 2003 [PhD thesis: University of Miami], p. 14-22, 92-93 (F/A/T: “Relaxin’ at Camarillo”) [digi.copy]

Several authors: More Bird Lore (part 2), in: Names & Numbers, #24 (Jan.2003), p. 26-28 (D); part 3, in: Names & Numbers, #25 (Apr.2003), p. 29-30 (D) [digi.copy]; part 4, in: Names & Numbers, #26 (Jul.2003), p. 39-40 (D) [digi.copy]; part 5, in: Names & Numbers, #28 (Jan.2004), p. 44-45 (D) [digi.copy]

Nat Hentoff: Music. ‘Bird’ Rules the Roost On Live Recordings, in: The Wall Street Journal, 13.Mar.2003 (F) [digi.copy]

Mark Miller: Jazz at Massey Hall, in: Coda, #309 (May/Jun.2003), p. 6-9 (F)

NN: Canada Marks ‘Greatest’ Jazz Concert 50 Years Later, in: New York Times, 12.May 2003 (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Greg Buium: Massey Hall, 50 Years Later, in: Down Beat, 70/6 (Jun.2003), p. 28 (F/I with Max Roach) [digi.copy]

Patrick Pommier: Une histoire de sax. Si le jazz est souvent un roman, il peut arriver qu’un de ses héros soit un instrument…, in: Jazz Magazine, #541 (Oct.2003), p. 24-25 (F)

Andrew Lindemann Malone: Thriving on a Remix. ‘Bird Up’ reimages Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Times, 33/10 (Dec.2003), p. 36, 38 (F)

Chuck Denison: The Great American Songbook. The Stories Behind The Standards, Bendon/OR 2004 [book: Rober D. Reed Publishers], p. 28-30 (F: “Ornithology”)

Duncan Schiedt: Jazz in Black & White. The Photographs of Duncan Schiedt, Bloomington/IN 2004 [book: Indiana University Press], p. 74-75 (F/photo)

Herbert Hellhund: Logik der Linie – Strukturkomponenten der Improvisation im modernen Jazz, in: Jazzforschung / jazz research, #36 (2004), p. 61-72 (F/A/T: excerpts from: Jim Hall: “Echo”; Charlie Parker: “Now’s the Time”; Clifford Brown: “Confirmation”; John Coltrane: “Giant Steps”; Chet Baker: “Down”)

NN: Biography. Charlie Parker, in: Jazz dünyasi, #1 (fall 2004), p. 24-26 (F)

Norman Weinstein: A Sentence Based on a Riff of Charlie Parker’s, in: Brilliant Corners, 9/1 (Winter 2004), p. 38 (poem)

Martin Westin: Charlie Parker in Sweden 1950, in: [jazz research list], Feb.2004 (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Les Sabina: Woodshedding. ‘Hootie Blues’. Improvised Solo by Charlie Parker, in: Jazz UK, #56 (Mar/Apr.2004), p. 38 (A/T)

Gerard J. Hoogeveen & Joop van der Leij & Chris Sellers: More Bird Lore, part 6, in: Names & Numbers, #29 (Apr.2004), p. 27-29 (D)

Kathy Dyson: Early Musical Development of Lester Young, Joe Pass, Charlie Parker and Bill Evans. How they learned to improvise, [manuscript, Leeds Jazz Conference, 2.Apr.2004] (F) [vert.file] [digi.copy] (“Improvisation”)

Scott Yanow: Beyond the (bebop) revolution. Even as he neared his end, Charlie Parker was still searching, in: Jazziz, 21/4 (Apr.2004), p. 47 (F)

Thomas Phleps: Transcription. “Yardbird Suite” – as played by The Charlie Parker Septet, in: Jazz Research News, #11 (Apr.2004), p. 552-556 (T)

Thomas Phleps: Transcription. “Red Cross” – as played by the Tiny Grimes Quintette, in: Jazz Research News, #13 (Jun.2004), p. 670-673 (R)

Ted Panken: Wayne Shorter on Charlie Parker, in: Down Beat, 71/7 (Jul.2004), p. 16-17 (F) [digi.copy]

Gerard J. Hoogeveen & Joop van der Leij: More Bird Lore (Part 7), in: Names & Numbers, #31 (Oct.2004), p. 27-30 (D); part 8, in: Names & Numbers, #32 (Jan.2005), p. 34 (D)

John Corbett: “Charlie Parker acetates” (no label, early 1950s), in: Down Beat, 71/11 (Nov.2004), p. 18 (F/R)

Bert Vuijsje: Bebop Business. Onbegrijpelijk stil rond Bird. Waarom stond – bijna – niemand stil bij de vijftigste sterfdag van Charlie Parker? Bert Vuijsje stelt de vraag aan de Nederlandse media én aan zichzelf, in: Jazz Nu, 28/3 (summer 2005), p. 97 (F)

Bill Crow: Jazz Anecdotes. Second Time Around, New York 2005 [book: Oxford University Press], p. 331-342 (F: collection of anecdotes)

Brian Priestley: Chasin’ the Bird. The Life and Legacy of Charlie Parker, London 2005 [book: equinox] (F/A/D); review, by Mark Gardner, in: Jazz Journal, 58/12 (Dec.2005), p. 16 (B); review, by Greg Murphy, in: The Jazz Rag, #89 (Winter 2005), p. 29 (B); review, by Keith Shadwick, in: Jazzwise, #93 (Dec/Jan.2005/2006), p. 66 (B)

Donald L. Maggin: Dizzy. The Life and Times of John Birks Gillespie, New York 2005 [book: Harper Collins], passim (F)

Doug Ramsey: Take Five. The public and private lives of Paul Desmond, Seattle 2005 [book: Parkside Publications], passim (F)

Frank Driggs & Chuck Haddix: Kansas City Jazz. From Ragtime to Bebop – A History, New York 2005 [book: Oxford University Press], passim (F)

Gabriele Comeglio: Gunslinging Bird. If Charlie Parker was a Gunslinger, There’d Be a Lot of Dead Copycats, in: Musica Oggi, #24 (2005/2006), p. 93-107 (F/A: )

Gianni M. Gualberto: “Bird with Strings”. Casualità o intenzionalità?, in: Musica Oggi, #24 (2005/2006), p. 108-120 (F/A/T)

Henry Martin: Charlie Parker as Composer, in: Musica Oggi, #24 (2005/2006), p. 28-43 (F/A)

Jean-Pierre Jackson: Charlie Parker, Arles 2005 [book: Actes Sud] (F)

Joachim-Ernst Berendt (& Günther Huesmann): Das Jazzbuch. Von New Orleans bis ins 21. Jahrhundert, Frankfurt am Main 2005 [book: S. Fischer], p. 136-149 (F)

Lewis Porter: Charlie Parker on Film and Television, in: Musica Oggi, #24 (2005/2006), p. 121-136 (F)

Marcus A. Woelfle: Charlie Parker, in: Peter Niklas Wilson (ed.): Jazz Klassiker, Stuttgart 2005 [book: Reclam], p. 289-302 (F)

Maurizio Franco: parker e gli altri. Il mito Parkeiano e la realità del bebop, in: Musica Oggi, #24 (2005/2006), p. 17-27 (F)

Michael Segell: The Devil’s Horn. The Story of the Saxophone, from Noisy Novelty to King of Cool, New York 2005 [book: Farrar, Straus and Giroux], passim (F)

Paul Thomas Musser: Me, Myself and Mingus, Urbana/IL 2005 [PhD thesis: University of Illinois], p. 13-19 (F: chapter “Ellington and Parker. Two Vital Sources”) [digi.copy]

Peter Ind: Jazz Visions. Lennie Tristano and his Legacy, London 2005 [book: equinox], passim (F)

Ralf Dombrowski: Basis-Diskothek Jazz, Stuttgart 2005 [book: Reclam], p. 169-170 (R: “Jazz at Massey Hall”, Original Jazz Classics); reprint, in: Ralf Dombrowski: Basis-Diskothek Jazz, Stuttgart 4/2011 [book: Reclam], p. 195-197 (R)

Richard Cook: It’s About That Time. Miles Davis On and Off Record, London 2005 [book: Atlantic Books], passim (F)

Scott DeVeaux: Multiphrenia. A New Approach to Charlie Parker, in: Musica Oggi, #24 (2005/2006), p. 5-16 (F/A/T: “Out of Nowhere”)

Vincent Périer & Pierre Fargeton: Techniques. De l’un Charlie à l’autre. ‘Thriving from a riff’, in: Les cahiers du jazz, #2 (2005), p. 171-182 (A)

Vincenzo Caporaletti: Evoluzione du un volo. Il “Famous Alto Break” nelle 24 incisioni Parkeriane di “Nighg in Tunesia”, in: Musica Oggi, #24 (2005/2006), p. 44-64 (F/A)

Wolfram Knauer: “Parker’s Mood”. Genesis of a Blues Improvisation, in: Musica Oggi, #24 (2005/2006), p. 65-92 (A/T)

Brian Priestley & Alyn Shipton: The Sound. Fifty years ago on 12 March Charlie Parker died. His music has changed the directon and sound of jazz and remains as influential today as it was revolutionary in his lifetime…, in: Jazzwise, #84 (Mar.2005), p. 24-31 (F/short I with Jay McShann, Charlie Watts, Clark Terry, Percy Heath, Hank Crawford, Dave Green, Peter King)

Carlos Sampayo: La creación del caos, in: Cuadernos de Jazz, #87 (Mar/Apr.2005), p. 18-21 (F)

Chris Parker: Charlie Parker, 1920-1955, in: Jazz at Ronnie Scott’s, #153 (Mar/Apr.2005), p. 19 (F)

Christian Gauffre: Charlie Parker Story, in: Jazz Magazine, #557 (Mar.2005), p. 4-6, 9-10, 14-15, 17, 20-23, 25-26, 31-33 (F)

David Romero: El mejor quinteto de la historia. The Massey Hall Concert, in: Cuadernos de Jazz, #87 (Mar/Apr.2005), p. 30-33 (F)

Félix W. Sportis: Charlie Parker. L’oiseau de feu, in: Jazz Hot, #618 (Mar.2005), p. 31-38 (F)

Fernando Ortiz de Urbina: Nows the Time. Génesis de un tiempo, in: Cuadernos de Jazz, #87 (Mar/Apr.2005), p. 14-17 (F)

Fernando Ortiz de Urbina: Testimonios. En recuerdo de Bird, in: Cuadernos de Jazz, #87 (Mar/Apr.2005), p. 22-29 (F/I with George Avakian, Billy Bauer, Ozzie Cadena, Jimmy Heath, Ira Gitler, André Hodeir, Bill Crow, Hal McKusick, Nat Hentoff)

Franck Bergerot: Birdology. Discographie. Précis d’ornithologie, in: Jazzman, #111 (Mar.2005), p. 24-27 (F)

Jean-Louis Chautemps: Parker Moods, in: Jazz Magazine, #557 (Mar.2005), p. 7, 11-12, 18-19, 24, 28 (F/short I with Steve Coleman, Rosario Giuliani, Rob Brown, Daniel Huck, Michel Portal, Guillaume Orti, Maceo Parker, Sonny Rollins, Oliver Lake)

Jennifer Odell: Jazz fans still flock to Charlie Parker 50 years later, in Houston Chronicle, 9.Mar.2005 (F/short I with Charles McPherson, Von Freeman, Christian McBride, Kurt Elling) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Marc-Edouard Nabe: Birdology. L’Oiseau de Dieu, in: Jazzman, #111 (Mar.2005), p. 14-15 (F)

Miguel Garrido Munoz:Auge y caída de un mito americano. Tocata y fuga en la noche, in: Cuadernos de Jazz, #87 (Mar/Apr.2005), p. 34-37 (F)

Mike Zwerin: Listening to Bird, still flying, in: International Herald Tribune, 9.Mar.2005 (F) [digi.copy]

Richard Cook & Brian Morton: The Bird We Heard. Charlie Parker died 50 years ago this month, but his sound and surviving music remain an essential part of what we call modern jazz. Richard Cook and Brian Morton look back at some of Bird’s best flights, and offer a pick of Parker from his sprawling discography, in: Jazz Review, #66 (Mar.2005), p. 22-24 (F)

Thierry Péremarti & Vincent Bessières: Birdology. “Je me souviens de Charlie Parker…”, in: Jazzman, #111 (Mar.2005), p. 16-19 (F/short I with Ray Barretto, Billy Bauer, Paul Bley, Terry Gibbs, Barry Harris, Percy Heath, Dick Hyman, Hank Jones, Lee Konitz, Mundell Lowe, Hal McKusick, Frank Morgan, Lennie Niehaus, Jack Nimitz, Jimmy Scott)

Vincent Bessières & Pierrick Pedron: Birdology. Le bec et la plume, in: Jazzman, #111 (Mar.2005), p. 20-23 (F)

Björn Englund: Parker in Sweden – Another Gap Filled, in: Names & Numbers, #33 (Apr.2005), p. 27 (short F: drummer at Helsingborg session is Eric Saxell)

Franck Médioni: Souvenirs de l’oiseau. Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Notes, #83 (May 2005), p. 28-29 (F/short I with Jean-Luc Guionnet, Donald Harrison, Steve Lehman, Philippe Lemoine, Anthony Ortega, Pierrick Pédron, Steve Potts, Jef Sicard, Sonny Simmons, John Tchicai, Sébastien Texier, Claude Tissendier, André Villéger)

John Evers: As Time Goes By. Bird Lives, in: Jazzzeit, #54 (May/Jun.2005), p. 90 (F)

John Janowiak: Stars Allign. 25 Great Moments in Jazz Festival History. Charlie Parker et al., Bird Slays French, Paris Jazz Festival, 1949, in: Down Beat, 72/5 (May 2005), p. 96 (F) [digi.copy]

Dan Ouellette: The Question Is … Why does Bird still fly?, in: Down Beat, 72/6 (Jun.2005), p. 21 (F/short I with Claire Daly, Roy Hargrove, Hank Jones, John Pizzarelli) [digi.copy]

Flemmijn Larsen: Parker’s Mood – om relationen mellem stor kunst oh psykisk ustabilitet, in: Jazz Special, #83 (Jun/Jul.2005), p. 32-36 (F)

Ed Enright: Charlie Parker – “Liveology” (RE 545 450663), in: Down Beat, 72/7 (Jul.2005), p. 66 (R: 3 1/2 stars) [digi.copy]

Fred Kaplan: Bird Lives! The Birth of Bebop, Captured on Disc, in: New York Times, 31.Jul.2005 (F: new recordings discovered of Town Hall concert, 1945) [vert.file] [digi.copy]

Les Sabina: Woodshedding. Charlie Parker on ‘Half Nelson’. Charlie Parker didn’t play tenor saxophone often, but he demonstrated a fascinatingly different, more laid-back persona with the heavier horn. Les Sabina investigates a classic Bird solo on Miles Davis’ ‘Half Nelson’, in: Jazz UK, #64 (Jul/Aug.2005), p. 28 (A/T) [digi.copy]

Llew Walker: The Wyandotte Parkers, in: [manuscript] < www.birdlives.co.uk>, Sep.2005 (F: short article commissioned by Historical Journal of Wyandotte County about Charlie’s early years in Wyandotte County, Kansas) [digi.copy]

Benjamin Moussay: Charlie Parker. 22 écoutes de “Now’s the Time”, in: Jazzman, #117 (Oct.2005), p. 80-81 (F/A/T)

Chris Kelsey: Dizzy Gillespie & Charlie Parker – “Town Hall, New York City, June 22, 1945” (Uptown), in: Jazz Times, 35/9 (Nov.2005), p. 115-116 (R); reprint, with further comments, in: Jazz Times, 36/1 (Feb.2006), p. 55 (R) [digi.copy]; responses, by Whitney Balliett & Chris Kelse: Letters. Whitney Strikes, in: Jazz Times, 36/3 (Apr.2006), p. 17 (letters)

John McDonough (& Jim Macnie & John Corbett & Paul de Barros): Dizzy Gillespie & Charlie Parker – “Town Hall, New York City, June 22, 1945” (Uptown 2751), in: Down Beat, 72/11 (Nov.2005), p. 58-59 (R: 5 stars; 5 stars; 4 stars; 5 stars) [digi.copy]

Larry Blumenfeld: Auditions. Seeds of change, unearthed, in: Jazziz, 22/12 (Dec.2005), p. 50 (R: “Dizzy Gillespie / Charlie Parker, Town Hall, New York City, June 22, 1045”, Uptown)

Martin Westin: Parker långa väg till Sverige. Länge var Charlie Parker och bebop något bara för de mest hänhivna och nyfikna i vårt land. Först 1950 fanns Charlie Parkers skivor att få i Sverige i någon större omfattning, och med sitt turnébesök etablerade han sig verkligen som den stora stjärnan inom jazzen, in: Orkester Journalen, 73/12 (Dec.2005), p. 20-25 (F)

Chad Jenkins: Charlie Parker. Koko, in: Columbia Jazz Resources , 2006 (F/A) [digi.copy]

David Yaffe: Fascinating Rhythm. Reading Jazz in American Writing, Princeton 2006 [book: Princeton University Press], passim (F)

Jens Kjeldsen: Charlie Parker – The Bird, Århus 2006 [book: Husets Forlag] (F/A)

John Gennari: Blowin’ Hot and Cool. Jazz and Its Critics, Chicago 2006 [book: University of Chicago Press], p. 299-338 (F: chapter “Race-ing the Bird. Ross Russell’s Obsessive Pursuit of Charlie Parker”)

John Gennari: Blowin’ Hot and Cool. Jazz and Its Critics, Chicago 2006 [book: University of Chicago Press], passim (F)

Kim Parker (& Phil Woods, Pat Dorian, Jesse Green): From an ESU Jazz Masters Seminar. Kim Parker, in: The Note, 15/2 (summer 2006), p. 6-13 (F)

Marc Danval: Toots Thielemans, Bruxelles 2006 [book: Éditions Racine], p. 103-110 (F: chapter “La complicité avec Charlie Parker et le depart aux USA”)

Michael Fitzgerald: “Chasin’ the Bird. The Life and Legacy of Charlie Parker”, by Brian Priestley, in: ARSC Journal, 37/2 (Fall 2006), p. 240-242 (B)

NN: Charlie Parker. Embraceable You, in: Columbia Jazz Resources , 2006 (F/A) [digi.copy]

Philippe Baudoin: La valse des vilains copieurs. ‘My Little Suede Shoes’ est-il de la plume de Charlie Parker, in: Les cahiers du jazz, #3 (2006), p. 88-95 (F/A) [digi.copy]

Stanley Crouch: Considering Genius. Writings on Jazz, New York 2006 [book: Basic Civitas Books], p. 66-76 (F: chapter “Bird Land. Charlie Parker, Clint Eastwood, and America”)

Brian Priestley: Chasin’ the Bird. American critic Gary Giddins has called Brian Priestley’s “Chasin’ the Bird” ‘an indispensable gem’ – mixing Charlie Parker biography with musical and discographical scrutiny. This is an extract from the chapter ‘Celebrity’, in: Jazz UK, #67 (Jan/Feb.2006), p. 12-13 (F: book excerpt) [digi.copy]

Tommy Ludwig: Hörsturz (1). Charlie Parker – “Star Eyes” (1951), in: Jazzthetik, 20/3 (Mar.2006), p. 98 (F) [digi.copy]

Fernando Ortiz de Urbina: Brian Priestley atrapa al pájaro, in: Cuadernos de Jazz, #94 (May/Jun.2006), p. 16-17 (B: “Chasin’ The Bird”, by Brian Priestley)

Hugh Gregory: Charlie Parker’s Story Revisited, in: Down Beat, 73/5 (May 2006), p. 74 (B: “Chasin’ the Bird. The Life and Legacy of Charlie Parker”, by Brian Priestley)

Kirk Silsbee: Bronzeville Gypsy. How Charlie Parker Lit Up Little Tokyo, in Los Angeles Downtown News, (22.May 2006), p. 1, 7, 8 (F) [digi.copy] {manuscript, sent by Kirk Silsbee. 15.Dec.2010}

Pieter Boersma: Jazzstraat (4). Rotterdam, Charlie Parkersingel, in: NJA Jazz Bulletin, #60 (Jul.2006), p. 15 (F)

Roxana Hadadi: In Bird’s Name. Benefit concert battles substance abuse and helps young mothers and childrens, in: Jazz Times, 36/7 (Sep.2006), p. 28 (F/short I with Jimmy Heath, Clark Terry, Shannon Gibbons) [digi.copy]

Han Enderman: Charlie Parker on 78. Part 1: Savoy, in: Names & Numbers, #39 (Oct.2006), p. 2-9 (D)

Andy Hamilton: Lee Konitz. Conversations on the Improviser’s Art, Ann Arbor 2007 [book: University of Michigan Press], p. 21-25 (F)

Eunmi Shim: Lennie Tristano. His Life in Music, Ann Arbor 2007 [book: University of Michigan Press], passim (F)

Jan Bruér: Guldår & Krisår. Svensk Jazz under 1950- och 60-talen, Stockholm 2007 [book: Svensk Visarkiv], passim (F)

Michael S. Harper: Bird Lives. Charles Parker in St. Louis, in: Brilliant Corners, 12/1 (Winter 2007), p. 46-47 (poem)

Morris B. Golbrook: When bad things happen to great musicians. The role of ambi-diegetic jazz in three tragedepictions of artistic genius on the silver screen, in: Jazz Research Journal, 1/1 (2007), p. 99-128 (F: “Lady Sings the Blues”; “‘Round Midnight”; “Bird”)

Vincenzo Caporeletti: Esperienze di analisi del jazz. Armstrong, Parker, Cesàri, Monk, Mingus, Intra, Soft Machine, Lucca 2007 [book: Libreria Musicale Italiana], p. 35-56 (A: chapter “Miniature audiotattili. I break di Charlie parker nelle 24 incisioni di ‘Night in Tunisia'”)

Geoffrey Wheeler: Savoy’s Early Birds. The First Recordings by Charlie Parker on the New Jersey Label, in: IAJRC Journal, 40/1 (Feb.2007), p. 32-45 (F)

Ole Mogensen: Parkers Plastik! – hvem siger der ikke er penge i jazz?, in: Jazz Special, #94 (Feb/Mar.2007), p. 52-53 (F)

Martin Westin: Parker i funrummet. “Charlie Parker. The Bird”, by Jens Kjeldsen, in: Orkester Journalen, 75/3 (Mar.2007), p. 29 (B)

Han Enderman: Charlie Parker on 78. Part 2: Guild (1945), in: Names & Numbers, #41 (Apr.2007), p. 20-23 (D)

Tommy Ludwig: Hörsturz (12). Charlie Parker Jam Session. “Funky Blues” (1952), in: Jazzthetik, 21/4 (Apr.2007), p. 102 (F)

Nate Chinen: Music. Charlie Parker, Uptown and Down, in: New York Times, 24.Aug.2007 (F) [digi.copy]

Steve Penn: KC needs to do more to honor Parker, in: The Kansas City Star, 22.Aug.2007 (F) [digi.copy]

Tony Kofi: Turning Point. Bird watching. Tony Kofi on the album that changed his life Charlie Parker’s ‘Complete Dial Sessions’, in: Jazzwise, #111 (Aug.2007), p. 34 (F) [digi.copy]

William H. Smith: K.C.’s Pendergast and Parker, in: The Wall Street Journal, 14.Aug.2007 (F) [digi.copy]

Geoffrey A. Wheeler: Gaillard-Gillespie-Parker Bel-Tone Date, in: Names & Numbers, #43 (Oct.2007), p. 15-17 (F)

Han Enderman: Charlie Parker on 78. Part 3: Decca, in: Names & Numbers, #43 (Oct.2007), p. 29-30 (D)

Jørgen Siegumfeldt: I mindste musikalske detalje. Jens Kjeldens Charlie Parker-vaerk stiller store krav til laeseren – men trods mange irritationsmomenter er den fuld af fascinerende analyser, in: Jazz Special, #99 (Oct/Nov.2007), p. 62-65 (F)

Kirk Silsbee: Yardbird in Lotusland: A new recording captures Charlie Parker’s wild idyll at Altadena’s Zorthian Ranch in 1952, in Arroyo Monthly, (Nov.2007), p. 20-22 (F) [digi.copy] {manuscript, sent by Kirk Silsbee. 15.Dec.2010}

Marc Rice: “Yardbird Suite. A Compendium of the Music and Life of Charlie Parker”, by Lawrence O. Koch, in: Journal of the Society for American Music, 1/4 (Nov.2007), p. 526-528 (B) [digi.copy]

Alexander Kraus: “Home Cooking I” / “Groovin’ High”, in: [unpublished manuscript], Dec.2007 (T) [vert.file]

Alain Gerber: Vive critique des troubadours – éloge résolu de Thelonious, Chet et Charlie sur le bord du cratère, in: Les Cahiers du Jazz, #5 (2008), p. 74-79 (poem)

Barry Fox: Bird, the film, in: Jim Godbolt (ed.): Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Farrago. Compilation of Features from Jazz at Ronnie Scott’s Magazine, London 2008 [book: Hampstead Press], p. 182-183 (Film-R)

Chris Searle: Forward Groove. Jazz and the Real World from Louis Armstrong to Gilad Atzmon, London 2008 [book: Northway Publications], p. 88-90 (F: chapter “NowJaap van de Klomp: Jazz Lives. Till We Shall Meet and Never Part, Utrecht 2008 [book: A.W. Bruna Uitgebers], p. 58-59 (F: biography and photo of tombstones) [digi.copy]

Sascha Feinstein: Rearview Mirror, in: The Note, #46 (Summer 2008), p. 20-25 (F: autobiographical essay with Parker references) [digi.copy]

Wolfram Knauer: Parker’s Mood. Genese einer Bluesimprovisation, in: Ole Kongsted & Niels Krabbe & Michael Kube & Morten Michelsen (eds.): A due. Musical Essays in Honour of John D. Bergsagel & Heinrich W. Schwab, Copenhagen 2008 [book: The Royal Library], p. 322-345 (F/A) [digi.copy]

Wynton Marsalis & Geoffrey C. Ward: Moving to Higher Ground. How Jazz Can Change Your Life, New York 2008 [book: Random House; German translation as: “Jazz, mein Leben. Von der Kraft der Improvisation”, München 2010: Siedler Verlag], p. 147-149 (F: chapter “Lessons from the Masters. Charlie Parker”)

David Remnick: Bird-Watcher. Thinking about Charlie Parker, every day, in: The New Yorker, 19.May 2008, p. 58-67 (F/I with Phil Schaap) [digi.copy]

Brian Glasser: Turning Point. Scrapple from the apple. Saxophonist Chris Biscoe on the album that changed his life, Charlie Parker’s “Bird on 52nd Street”, in: Jazzwise, #122 (Aug.2008), p. 30 (F)

John McDonough: Charlie Parker & Arne Domnerus – “In Sweden. November 22, 1950” (Oktav 1164), in: Down Beat, 75/10 (Oct.2008), p. 80 (R: 2 1/2 stars) [digi.copy]

Brian Glasser: Turning Point. Chasing the bird. Gilad Atzmon on the album that changed his life, ‘Charlie Parker with Strings’, in: Jazzwise, #125 (Nov.2008), p. 40 (F)

Brian Priestley: Charlie Parker and Popular Music, in: Annual Review of Jazz Studies, #14 (2009), p. 83-99 (F/A)

Gary Giddins & Scott DeVeaux: Jazz, New York 2009 [book: W.W. Norton], p. 301-318 (F/A: chapter “Charlie Parker. ‘Ko Ko’ / ‘Embraceable You’ / ‘Now’s the Time'”)

Hans Offringa (& Jack McCray): Whisky & Jazz, Charleston/SC 2009 [book: Evening Post Publishing Company], p. 86-89 (F: short biographical essay)

John Gennari: Blaxploitation Bird. Ross Russell’s Pulp Addiction, in: Graham Lock & David Murray (eds.): Thriving On A Riff. Jazz & Blues Influences in African American Literature and Film, New York 2009 [book: Oxford University Press], p. 163-183 (F)

Leif Bo Petersen & Theo Rehak: The Music and Life of Theodore “Fats” Navarro. Infatuation, Lanham/MD 2009 [book: Scarecrow Press], passim (F)

Mark Laver: “The Greatest Jazz Concert Ever”. Critical Discourse, European Aesthetics, and the Legitimization of Jazz, in: Critical Studies in Improvisation, 5/1 (2009) (F) [digi.copy]

Peter Bölke & Rolf Enoch: Roads of Jazz, Hamburg 2009 [book: Edel Books], p. 72-83 (F: chapter “Charlie Parker”)

Robin D.G. Kelley: Thelonious Monk. The Life and Times of an American Original, New York 2009 [book: Free Press], passim (F)

Ted Panken: Charlie Parker – “Washington, D.C., May 23, 1948” (Uptown 27.55), in: Down Beat, 76/2 (Feb.2009), p. 80 (R: 4 stars) [digi.copy]

John Fordham: 50 great moments in jazz: Charlie Parker. One of the most influential improvisational soloists in jazz, and a pioneer of bebop, Parker was able to move away from a tune’s ‘home’ key and back without losing the thread, in: The Guardian, 20.Jul.2009 (F) [digi.copy]

Ethan Iverson: Lester Young Centennial. 2) Oh, Lady!, in: , 27.Aug.2009 (A/T: “Lady be Good” as recorded by Coleman Hawkins, Lester Young, Charlie Parker, Lee Konitz, Herschel Evans, Chu Berry) [digi.copy] {filed under Lester YOUNG}

John Fordham: 50 great moments in jazz: Charlie Parker’s first recordings. Writtten hastily during rehearsals, these songs contain some of the most memorable melodies in 20th-century music, in: The Guardian, 13.Aug.2009 (F) [digi.copy]

John Fordham: 50 great moments in jazz: Charlie Parker teams up with Ross Russell. Parker’s deal with the record shop-owner was a defining moment for the saxophonist, as it led him to create some of the most memorable jazz improvisation of all time, in: The Guardian, 24.Sep.2009 (F) [digi.copy]

Barry Witherden: The Yardbird and the jazz child. Barry Witherden examines the special relationship between Sheila Jordan and Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Journal, 62/8 (Oct.2009), p. 6-8 (F) [digi.copy]

John Fordham: 50 great moments in jazz: The Quintet – Jazz At Massey Hall. Charlie Parker’s final collaboration, featuring bebop’s biggest stars, is one of the greatest recorded live shows in jazz, in: The Guardian, 23.Oct.2009 (F) [digi.copy]

Hans-Joachim Heßler: Der zornige Baron. Das Prinzip Diskontinuität im Leben und konzept-kompositorischen Schaffen des Charles Mingus jr., Duisburg 2010 [book: United Directions of Music], p. 246-272 (F: chapter “Charlie Parker. 1946, 1952-53 und 1955”)

Jimmy Heath & Joseph McLaren: I Walked With Giants. The Autobiography of Jimmy Heath, Philadelphia 2010 [book: Temple University Press], passim (F)

Juan C. Zagalaz: Innovaciones melódico armónicas en la improvisación jazzistica. Un recorrido a través de Body and Soul (1935-1945), Jaén/Spain 2010 [PhD thesis: Universidad de Jaén], p. 191-194 (A); p. 207-210 (A); p. 243-250 (A); p. 258-260 (A); p. 342-343 (T: “Body and Soul”); p. 351-353 (T: “Body and Soul”); p. 367-370 (T: “Body and Soul”) [digi.copy]

Ralf Dombrowski: Portrait Saxofon. Kultur, Praxis, Repertoire, Interpreten, Kassel 2010 [book: Bärenreiter], p. 32-35 (FTom Nolan: Three Chords for Beauty’s Sake. The Life of Artie Shaw, New York 2010 [book: W.W. Norton]; reprint as, Tom Nolan: Artie Shaw. King of the Clarinet. His Life and Times, New York 2011 [book: W.W. Norton], passim (F)

Marcus A. Woelfle: Aber die Kunst kennt Grenze. Zum 90. Geburtstag des Bebop-Genies Charlie Parker,in: Jazz Zeitung, 35/3 (Jun/Aug.2010), p. 22-23 (F)

Alun Morgan: Lost in Meditation. Bird at Carnegie, in: Jazz Journal, 63/7 (Jul.2010), p. 20 (F)

Marc Myers: Ira Gitler on Parker’s Mood, in: , 7.Jul.2010 (F/I with Ira Gitler about song titles by Charlie Parker and the story behind them: “Another Hair-Do”; “Barbados”; “Billie’s Bounce”; “Bloomdido”; “Cheryl”; “Constellation”; “Dewey Square”; “Donna Lee”; “Half Nelson”; “Kim”; “Klactovedsteen”; “Klaunstance”; “Laird Baird”; “Marmaduke”; “Quasimodo”; “Sippin’ at Bells”)

Marc Myers: Charlie Parker and McKusick’s Suit, in: , 31.Aug.2010 (F/I with Hal McKusick about how Charlie Parker ended up wearing his suit while performing at Billy Berg’s in 1946) [digi.copy]

Marc Myers: Phil Schaap. Charlie Parker, in: , 23-26.Aug.2010 (F/I with Phil Schaap) [digi.copy]

Berthold Klostermann: Der Pyrotechniker. Der Altsaxophonist Charlie Parker, genannt “Bird”, war die erste Ikone des modernen Jazz. Sein Leben und seine Musik boten Stoff für Filme und Romane. Anlässlich seines 90. Geburtstags erinnert Berthold Klostermann an den charismatischen Innovator, in: Fono Forum, Oct.2010, p. 50-52 (F) [digi.copy]

Corey Kilgannon: Where a Bird Played Sax, Now Others Find Refuge, in: New York Times, 23.Nov.2010 (F: Charlie Parker’s old New York East Village row house) [digi.copy]

René de Hilster: Stijlbepalende albums, deel 6. Charlie Parker. The Dial & Savoy Sessions, in: Jazz Nu, 33/6 (Winter 2010), p. 122-125 (F)

Allen Forte: The Development of Diminutions in American Jazz, in: Journal of Jazz Studies, 7/1 (2011) , p. 7-27 (F/A: Lester Young: “Blues ‘n’ Bells” / “These Foolish Things”; Modern Jazz Quartet: “Bluesology”; Charlie Parker: “Blues” / “I’m In the Mood for Love”) [digi.copy]

Jacques Réda: Autobiographie du Jazz, Paris 2011 [book: Climats], p. 197-204 (F)

Jim Austin: A Day with a Jazz Musician, in: Brilliant Corners, 16/1 (Winter 2011), p. 42-59 (short story)

Karl Lippegaus: John Coltrane. A Love Supreme, Hamburg 2011 [book: edel:vita], p. 25-28 (F: chapter “Bird”) [digi.copy]

Tad Hershorn: Norman Granz. The Man Who Used Jazz for Justice, Berkeley 2011 [book: University of California Press], passim (F)

Ted Gioia: The History of Jazz, New York 2011 [book: Oxford University Press], p. 185-200 (F: mentioned in chapter “The Birth of Bebop”); p. 200-216 (F: mentioned in chapter “The Mainstreaming of Bebop”)

Jody Espina: Jazz School. Woodshed. Paraphrasing the Greats, in: Down Beat, 78/1 (Jan.2011), p. 64-65 (A: Charlie Parker’s “Biellie’s Bounce”) [digi.copy]

Stig Linderoth: The Quintet at Massey Hall, in: Orkester Journalen, 79/1 (Feb/Mar.2011), p. 22-25 (F)

Daniel M. Gold: Theater Review. ‘Cool Blues’. A Jazzman Encounters His Life and Death, in: New York Times, 30.Mar.2011 (C: drama “Cool Blues” at the New Federal Theater) [digi.copy]

Ira Gitler: Bird With Strings, Ute Lemper, in: Jazz Inside, Apr.2011, p. 4 (C: Jazz at Lincoln Center tribute concert)

Wolfram Knauer: “The Complete Charlie Parker. Vol. 2: Now’s the Time 1945-1946” (Frémeaux & Associés FA 1332), in: Jazz Podium, 60/6 (Jun.2011), p. 79 (R) [digi.copy]

Larry Blumenfeld: Birdwatching in Manhattan. Charlie Parker’s Musical Descendants Gather in the City for His 91st Birthday, in: Wall Street Journal, 26.Aug.2011 (F/I with Toots Thielemans, Archie Shepp, Tia Fuller, James Carter) [digi.copy]

Michael Weston: Chords & Discords. Bird Flew with Soupy, in: Down Beat, 78/11 (Nov.2011), p. 10 (letter) [digi.copy]

William A. Pryor: Charlie Parker at Camarillo, in: IAJRC Journal, 44/4 (Dec.2011), p. 9-10 (F)

Classy Koehler: Jazz History. Short Takes, in: The Jassman, 6/1 (2012), p. 6-7 (short F) [digi.copy]

Derek Ansell: Sugar Free Saxophone. The Life and Music of Jackie McLean, London 2012 [book: Northway Publications], passim (F)

John Howland: Jazz with Strings. Between Jazz and the Great American Songbook, in: David Ake & Charles Hiroshi Garrett & Daniel Goldmark (eds.): Jazz / Not Jazz. The Music and Its Boundaries, Berkeley 2012 [book: University of California Press], p. 111-147 (F/A: Paul Whiteman: “Clap Yo’ Hands”; Artie Shaw: “Blues In the Night”; Frank Sinatra: “I’m Walking Behind You”; George Handy: “Bloos”; Stan Kenton & Pete Rugolo: “Lonesome Road”; Charlie Parker & Jimmy Carroll: “Just Friends”)

Maurizio Franco: Oltre il Mito. Scritti sul linguaggio del Jazz, Lucca 2012 [book: Libreria Musicale Italiana], p. 55-67 (F: chapter “Il mito Parker e la realtà del bebop”)

Paul Combs: Dameronia. The Life and Music of Tadd Dameron, Ann Arbor 2012 [book: University of Michigan Press], passim (F)

Peter Pullman: Wail The Life of Bud Powell, New York 2012 [book: Bop Changes], passim (F)

Stefano Zenno: Storia del Jazz. Una prospettiva globale, Viterbo 2012 [book: Stampa Alternativa], p. 289-294 (F: chapter “Maestri del bebop. Charlie Parker”)

Stephen Cottrell: The Saxophone, New Haven 2012 [book: Yale University Press], p. 206-212 (F/T: “Donna Lee”, excerpt)

Timme Rosenkrantz: Harlem Jazz Adventures. A European Jazz Baron’s Memoir, 1936-1969 (edited by Fradley Garner), Lanham/MD 2012 [book: Scarecrow Press], passim (F)

Enzo Capua: Qui New York. Avenue B, là dove ha abitato Bird, in: Musica Jazz, 68/8 (Aug.2012), p. 49 (F)

Jan Evensmo: The Altosax & Tenorsax of Charles Parker, “Charlie”, “Bird”, Oslo 18.Nov.2012 [booklet: Jan Evensmo] [digi.copy]

Steve Coleman: Charlie Parker – “Ko-Ko” (1948 live version), in: Viva La Musica, #334 (Oct.2012), p. 1 (A/T) [digi.copy]

Hans-Jürgen Schaal: Augenblicke für die Ewigkeit. Große Bläsersoli im Jazz. 4. Der Blues: Parker’s Mood (1948), in: Clarino.print, Jun.2013, p. 42, 44 (F)

Hans-Jürgen Schaal: Trainingslager. Wie Bläser üben (17). Die pulverisierte Rille, in: Clarino.print, Jun.2013, p. 17 (F: how Charlie Parker practiced)

Harvey Dickson: Charlie Parker, My Sister and Me, in: new York Times [The 6th Floor], 16.Jul.2013 (F) [digi.copy]

Joe Klopus: Racism still swirls around jazz legend Charlie Parker, in: The Kansas City Star, 31.Jul.2013 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: “Bird. The Life and Music of Charlie Parker”, by Chuck Haddix, in: IAJRC Journal, 46/3 (Sep.2013), p. 25 (B)

Dwight Garner: When Bird Was a Fledgling. “Kansas City Lightning. The Rise and Time of Charlie Parker”, by Stanley Crouch, in: New York Times, 10.Oct.2013 (B) [digi.copy]

Dan Morgenstern: ‘Kansas City Lightning’ by Stanley Crouch. ‘Bird’ by Chuck Haddix. ‘Celebratin’ Bird’ by Gary Giddins. Fast, slow or blue, Charlie Parker redefined the jazz vocabulary in his short life, in: Wall Street Journal, 18.Oct.2013 (B) [digi.copy]

Bill Beuttler: “Kansas City Lightning. The Rose and Times of Charlie Parker”, by Stanley Crouch, in: Jazz Times, 43/8 (Oct.2013), p. 69 (B)

Chris Waddington: Stanley Crouch brings a sharp tongue, smarts and a new Charlie Parker bio to New Orleans, in: new Orleans Times-Picayune, 6.Nov.2013 (B: “Kansas City Lightning. The Rise and Times of Charlie Parker”, by Stanley Crouch) [digi.copy]

Brian Priestley: “Kansas City Lightning. The Rise and Times of Charlie Parker”, by Stanley Crouch; “Bird. The Life and Music of Charlie Parker”, by Chuck Haddix, in: Jazzwise, #180 (Nov.2013), p. 52 (B) [digi.copy]

Ralf Frodermann: Der Ton der blauen Stunde. Charlie Parker im Streicherbeet, in: Jazz Podium, 62/11 (Nov.2013), p. 32 (F) [digi.copy]

David Hajdu: Bebop. “Kansas City Lightning. The Rise and Times of Charlie Parker”, by Stanley Crouch; “Bird. The Life and Music of Charlie Parker”, by Chuck Haddix, in: New York Times, 6.Dec.2013 (B) [digi.copy]

Bob Porter: Bird, Cab & Idris Muhammad, in: IAJRC Journal, 46/4 (Dec.2013), p. 31 (B: “Bird. The Life and Legend of Charlie Parker”, by Chuck Haddix)

Robert Bregman: “Kansas City Lightning. The Rise and Times of Charlie Parker”, by Stanley Crouch, in: IAJRC Journal, 46/4 (Dec.2013), p. 41-42 (B)

Kevin Whitehead: Warum Jazz? 111 gute Gründe, Stuttgart 2014 [book: Reclam], p. 82-86 (F: chapter “Warum klang der Bebop, als er zuerst aufkam, so radikal? Stellte er einen Bruch mit älteren Stilen dar? Warum ist Charlie Parker so wichtig?”)

Wolfram Knauer: Charlie Parker, Stuttgart 2014 [book: Reclam], passim (F) [digi.copy]

Shaun Mullen: An Appreciation. Charlie ‘Bird’ Parker, in: The Moderate Voice, 27.Jan.2014 (F) [digi.copy]

Allan Kozinn: Be-Bopera. ‘Charlie Parker’s Yardbird’ Coming From Opera Philadelphia, in: New York Times, 30.Jan.2014 (F: The Opera Philadelphia has commissioned the saxophonist and composer Daniel Schnyder to compose a chamber opera about Charlie Parker, called “Charlie Parker’s Yardbird”. The opera with a libretto by Bridgette A. Wimberly will have its world premiere in June 2015) [digi.copy]

Stefan Künzli: Das Genie zwischen Innovation und Absturz. Jazz. Eine deutschsprachige Biografie von Charlie Parker zum 75 Geburtstag des Bebop und des modernen Jazz, in: Aargauer Zeitung, 15.Mar.2014 (B: “Charlie Parker”, by Wolfram Knauer) [digi.copy]

Bill Milkowski. Bird Takes Wing. A conversation with Stanley Crouch, in: Jazziz, 31/3 (Mar.2014), p. 60-64 (F) [digi.copy]

Ted Panken – Swing to Bop. “Kansas City Lightning. The Rise and Times of Charlie Parker”, by Stanley Crouch, in: Down Beat, 81/3 (Mar.2014), p. 73 (B) [digi.copy]

Bert Noglik: Wir setzen fort mit einer Buchempfehlung, in: MDR Figaro, 4.Apr.2014 (B: “Charlie Parker”, by Wolfram Knauer) [radio manuscript] [digi.copy]

Thomas Wolff: Der Sound aus Zimmer 305. Biografie. Wolfram Knauer kniet sich in die Sessions des Saxofonisten Charlie Parker hinein, in: Darmstädter Echo, 14.Apr.2014, p. 15 (B) [digi.copy]

Reiner Kobe: “Charlie Parker”, von Wolfram Knauer, in: Jazz Podium, 67/4 (Apr.2014), p. 61 (B) [digi.copy]

Robert Bregman: “Kansas City Lightning. The Rise and Times of Charlie Parker”, by Stanley Crouch, in: Jazz Journal, 67/4 (Apr.2014), p. 14-15 (B)

Hans-Jürgen Linke: Charlie Parker Biographie / Jazz. Eine Blaupause für Mythen. Wolfram schreibt eine sorgfältige Biographie des großen Charlie Parker und zugleich ein vorbildliches Buch über die Geschichte des Jazz, in: Frankfurter Rundschau, 3.May 2014 (B) [digi.copy]

Wolfgang Sandner: Bebop durch alle Tonarten. Exzessives Leben und espressive Kunst. Wolfram Knauers vorzügliche Biographie des Jazzmusikers Charlie Parker, in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, 13.May 2014 (B) [digi.copy]

Leif Wigh: Böcker. En gudabenådad vecka som skakade Sverige. “Charlie Parker i Sverige” by Martin Westin, in: Orkester Journalen, 82/2 (May/Jun.2014), p. 45 (B)

Reiner Kobe: “Kansas City Lightning. The Rise and Times of Charlie Parker”, by Stanley Crouch; “Bird. The Life and Music of Charlie Parker”, by Chuck Haddix, in: Jazz Podium, 67/5 (May 2014), p. 65 (B) [digi.copy]

Brian Priestley: “Celebrating Bird. The Triumph of Charlie Parker”, by Gary Giddins, in: Jazzwise, #186 (Jun.2014), p. 52 (B)

Hans-Jürgen Linke: Birds Blindflug. Wolfram Knauers vorbildliches Buch zu Charlie Parker, in: Jazz Zeitung, 39/3 (Jun/Aug.2014), p. 17 (B)

Chris Walker: Everybody Got Naked With Charlie “Bird” Parker at the Wildes Party in L.A. History, in: L.A. Weekly, 8.Jul.2014 (F: Chris Walker reflects about a party the legendary Charlie Parker took part in on 15 July 1952 at Zorthian Ranch, an artists commune in northern Los Angeles which ended in a jam session at which first a single woman performed a striptease while Charlie Parker played “Embraceable You”, which was followed by most of the guests, including many of the musicians getting naked. A recording of the session survived the years and had been issued as a low-quality bootleg some years ago. Walker also describes how the tape recording survived and eventually was found and rescued by a “Bird Detective”, a Charlie Parker fanatic named John Burton.) [digi.copy]

Hans-Jürgen Linke: Wolfram Knauer. Blaupause für Mythen. “Charlie Parker”, sonst nichts. Kein Untertitel, keine näheren Angaben zu Absichten oder einschränkenden Fragestellungen. Wolfram Knauers Buch zu Charlie Parker kommt bescheiden daher, aber es ist vor allem eines: präzise, in: Jazzthetik, 28/7-8 (Jul/Aug.2014), p. 50 (B) [digi.copy]

Philip Clark: “Kansas City Lightning. The Rise and Times of Charlie Parker”, by Stanley Crouch; “Bird. The Life and Music of Charlie Parker”, by Chuck Haddix; “Testimony. A Tribute to Charlie Parker”, by Yusef Komunyakaa, in: The Wire, #365 (Jul.2014), p. 73 (B) [digi.copy]

Jazz Index: Duke Ellington

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Jazz Index – created on 13. August 2014

The following bibliographical information is drawn from periodicals and books present in the archive of the Jazzinstitut Darmstadt. Our extensive periodical collection comprises more than 55,000 issues of some 1,050 jazz periodicals. Close to two-thirds of the collection has been indexed.

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[D] = discography
[F] = feature article
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[T] = transcription

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Ellington, Duke (p * b: 29.Apr.1899, Washington/DC; d: 24.May 1974, New York; Lexikon: Feather [1958]; Feather [1960]; People [1984]; Companion [1987]; New Grove [1988]: Duke ELLINGTON”, “WASHINGTONIANS”; rororo [1988]; Reclam [1989]; Who’s Who [1989]; Dictionnaire [1988,1995]; MusicHound [1999]; Rough Guide [1999]; Yanow [2000]; vertical file: Duke ELLINGTON [1992-2006])

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NN: The Genius of the Jazz Giants, Los Angeles o.J. [sheet music] (T: piano solo arrangement by Earl Hines of “Do Nothin’ Till You Hear From Me” [p. 80-81]; “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore” [p. 82-83])

Abel Green: The Washingtonians. First New York Reviews, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 21-22 (C; Reprint, from: Clipper, 23.Nov.1923)

NN: Reviews from the Kentucky Club, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 22-24 (C; Reprint, from: Variety, 1.Apr.1925; Billboard, 5.Dec.1925)

Kay O’Hare: Piping Hot Show Served in New Cotton Club Revue, in: Steven Lasker: A Cotton Club Miscellany, [no place] 2002 [book: privately published], p. 4-5 (C; reprint, from The Morning Telegraph, 6.Dec.1927)

R.D. Darrell: Criticism in the Phonograh Monthly Review, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 33-40 (R; Reprint, from: Phonograph Monthly Review, 1927-1931)

Dave Peyton: The Washingtonians “Set New England Dance Crazy”, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 24-28 (F; Reprint, from: Chicago Defender, 27.Aug.1927)

Abel Green: First Cotton Club Review, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 31-32 (C; Reprint, from: Variety, 7.Dec.1927)

NN: 5,000 Try to Hear “Battle of Jazz” at the Savoy Ballroom, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 16 (C; reprint, from 1928)

Abbé Niles: Ballads, Songs and Snatches. Jazz, 1928. An Index Expurgatorius, in: The Bookman. A Review of Books and Life, 68/5 (Jan.1929), 570-572 (F) [digi.copy]; excerpted reprint, as “Ballads, Songs and Snatches. On Ellington”, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 40-41 (F) [digi.copy]

Jacques Fray: Duke Ellington, in: Documents, #6 (1930), p. 370-371 (F); Reprint, in: Denis-Constant Martin & Olivier Roueff: La France du Jazz. Musique, modernité et identité dans la première moitié du XXe siècle, Marseille 2002 [book: Editions Parenthèses], p. 292-293 (F)

NN: “Black and Tan” a Vivid Musical. Talking Drama Brings Duke Ellington and Band to Screen, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 29 (short F; reprint, from 1930)

NN: Country’s Greatest Jazz Band to Appear for Lone Engagement. Sell Hall Secures Contract Appearance of Famous Cotton Club Orchestra at Pythian Temple, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 37 (F; reprint, from 1930)

NN: Duke Ellington Composes Cotton Club Score, in: Steven Lasker: A Cotton Club Miscellany, [no place] 2002 [book: privately published], p. 18 (C; reprint, from Chicago Defender, 22.Mar.1930)

NN: Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, in: Bulletin du HCF, #449 (Jul.1996), p. 25 (advertisment; Reprint, from: Variety, 2.Apr.1930)

NN: At the Alhambra, in: New York Age, 29.May 1929 (short C) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington to Make National Tour, in: Steven Lasker: A Cotton Club Miscellany, [no place] 2002 [book: privately published], p. 18-19 (F; reprint, from Chicago Defender, 28.Jun.1930)

NN: Duke’s Music for Amos ‘n’ Andy, in: Allon Schoener (ed.): Harlem on My Mind. Cultural Capitol of Black America 1900-1978, New York 1979 [book], p. 130-131 (F; Reprint, from: Amsterdam News, 9.Jul.1930)

John Skinner: Seeing What You Hear. Slapstick and Crude Sentiment Dominate Throughout Poorly Woven Plot of Amos ‘n’ Andy Talkie, ‘Check and Double Check’, in: The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, 5.Nov.1930 (Film-R) [digi.copy]

Florence Zunser: ‘Opera Must Die,’ Says Galli-Curci! Long Live the Blues, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 44-45 (F/I; Reprint, from: New York Evening Graphic Magazine, 27.Dec.1930)

Janet Mabie: Ellington’s ‘Mood Indigo’. Harlem’s ‘Duke’ Seeks to Express His Race, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 41-43 (F/I); Reprint, from: Christian Science Monitor, 13.Dec.1930)

NN: Harlem Asking Itself, Why is Duke Leaving the Cotton Club? Say Duke was underrated; Lots of gossip. Harlem’s Tongues Buzzing with Reports of Fancied Gaiety, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 45 (F; reprint, from 1931)

Duke Ellington: The Duke Steps Out, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 46-50 (“I”/A; Reprint, from: Rhythm, Mar.1931)

Archie Bell: Ellington Orchestra and Singer Make Hit / Duke Ellington’s Orchestra Draws Big Crowds, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 50-54 (C; Reprint, from: Cleveland News, 6.Jul.1931 + 8. Jul.1931)

Chester Nerges: Introducing Duke Ellington and His Cotton Club Orchestra, in: Steven Lasker: A Cotton Club Miscellany, [no place] 2002 [book: privately published], p. 19-27 (F; reprint, from Chicago Defender, 25.Jul.1931, 1.Aug.1931, 8.Aug.1931, 15.Aug.1931, 22.Aug.1931)

NN: Plasters $2,000 Fine on Duke Ellington, in: The Afro-American, 5.Sep.1931, p. 9 (F: fined by AFM) [digi.copy]

Floyd G. Snelson: Story of Duke Ellington’s Rise to Kingship of Jazz Reads Like Fiction…, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 54-56 (F; Reprint, from: Pittsburgh Courier, 19.Dec.1931)

NN: Duke Ellington, Orpheum, Los Angeles, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 57 (C; reprint, from 1932)

NN: Duke Ellington, Orpheum, San Francisco, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 56 (C; reprint, from 1932)

NN: Duke Ellington, Palace, Chicago, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 62 (C; reprint, from 1932)

NN: Duke Ellington, Paramount, N.Y., in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 58 (C; reprint, from 1932)

Robert Goffin: Aux frontières du jazz, Paris 1932 [book: Éditions du Sagittaire], p. 181-183 (F: chapter “Les grands Jazz nègres. Duke Ellington and his band”) [digi.copy]; p. 212-217 (F: chapter “Les individualités du Hot. ‘Duke’ Ellington”) [digi.copy]

R.D. Darrell: Black Beauty, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 61-65 (F/A/R; Reprint, from: disques, Jun.1932)

W.H.: Kunst. Duke Ellington, in: Hans E. Wijnberg & Guido van Rijn (Hgg.): Jazz op het Kennemer, Overveen 1995 [book], p. 22-23 (F; Reprint, from: De Lyceumkrant, 10/2 (Oct.1932), p. 15-16)

Harold Flakser: Duke Ellington and the Talking Record. A verbatim transcript of: 539 “Souvenir of Duke Ellington’s First Visit to England 1933”, in: DEMS Bulletin, Oct/Dec.1979, p. 1 (I: P. Mathison Brooks interviews Duke Ellington) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington, Mr. Levy, Percy Mathison Brooks, in: [photo], London, 1933 (photo) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington, Palladium, London, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 82 (C; reprint, from: Variety, 1933)

Wilder Hobson: Duke Ellington, in: Ralph de Toledano (ed.): Frontiers of Jazz, New York 1947 [book: Oliver Durrell]; reprint: London 1966 [book: The Jazz Book Club & Frederick Ungar Publishing Co.], p. 137-147 (F; Reprint, from: Fortune, Aug.1933); reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 93-98 (F)

NN: Ellington Has New Song Hit, in: The Afro-American, 22.Apr.1933 (short F: “Sophisticated Lady”) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington’s Band Arrives June 8th. “Melody Maker” Concert for Musicians, June 18th, in: Jerry’s Rhythm Rag, #4 (Fall 1993), p. 22-23 (F; Reprint, from Melody Maker, May 1933); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 79 (F)

Spike Hughes: The Duke – In Person, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 69-72 (C; Reprint, from: Melody Maker, May 1933); excrepted reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 75 (F)

NN: Radio Reports. (On the Air in London), in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 78-79 (C; Reprint, from: Melody Maker, 24.Jun.1933)

NN: The Duke at the Palladium, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 75-78 (C; Reprint, from: Melody Maker, 17.Jun.1933); excerpted reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 83 (C)

Spike Hughes: Meet the Duke!, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 72-75 (F; Reprint, from: Daily Herald, 13.Jun.1933)

Mathison Brooks: Duke Ellington Talks, in: [radio interview], 14.Jul.1933 (I) [mp3 sound file]

NN: Duke Ellington Defends His Music, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 80-81 (I; Reprint, from: Sunday Post, Jul.1933)

Duke Ellington: My Hunt for Song Titles, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 87-89 (“I”; Reprint, from: Rhythm, Aug.1933) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington in Westchester, in: New York Amsterdam News, 23.Aug.1933, p. 7 (short F) [digi.copy]

H.A. Overstreet: Touching Tomorrow’s Frontiers is Duke Ellington’s Music. The “Secret” of the Ellington Orchestra, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 98-102 (F; Reprint, from: Metronome, Oct.1933)

NN: Duke Is Victor Artist, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 28.Oct.1933, p. A6 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: Kunst/Muziek. Nieuwe Muziek. Duke Ellington and his famous orchestra te Scheveningen, in: Hans E. Wijnberg & Guido van Rijn (Hgg.): Jazz op het Kennemer, Overveen 1995 [book], p. 34-35 (F/C; Reprint, from: De Lyceumkrant, 11/1 (Oct.1933), p. 10-11)

Constant Lambert: The Spirit of Jazz, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 110-111 (F; Reprint, from: Constant Lambert: Music HO! A Study of Music in Decline, London 1934)

NN: Duke Ellington, Capitol, N.Y., in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 100 (C; reprint, from 1934)

NN: Duke Ellington, Paramount, L.A., in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 96 (C; reprint, from 1934)

NN: Ellington Unit, Palace, Akron, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 91 (C; reprint, from 1934)

Warren W. Scholl: Duke Ellington. A Unique Personality, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 102-105 (F; Reprint, from: Music Lovers’ Guide, 2/6 [Feb.1934])

Jacques Laparra: Duke Ellington, in: Music. Le Magazine du Jazz (Belgium), 10/102-103 (Mar/Apr.1934), p. 5 (C: Ellington in Paris)

NN: Duke Ellington’s Rehearsals a Bedlam of Discord, in: Afro-American, 19.May 1934, p. 9 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington Band Tours Northwest, in: Afro-American, 19.May 1934, p. 9 (short F) [digi.copy]

Roger Pryor Dodge: Harpsichords and Jazz Trumpets, in: Hound & Horn, Jul-Sep.1934 (F/A/T: “Black and Tan Fantasy”); Reprint (excerpts), as: Black and Tan Fantasy, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 105-110 (A/T); Reprint (complete), in: Roger Pryor Dodge: Hot Jazz and Jazz Dance, Collected Writings, 1929-1964, New York 1995 [book: Oxford University Press], p. 12-26 (F/A/T)

Duke Ellington: L’album “Hot”. 20 grands succès de Duke Ellington, Paris 1935 [book/sheet music: Éditions Salabert] (T: “Black and Tan Fantasy”; “Mood Indigo”; “New Orleans Low Down”; “Wall Street Wail”; “Zonky Blues”; “The Lazy Duke”; “Washington Wabble”; “Flaming Youth”; “Hop Head”; “Sweet Mamma”; “Misty Mornin'”; “Blues I Love to Sing”; “Goin’ to Town”; “Sweet Chariot”; “Sloppy Joe”; “Awful Sad”; “Black Cat Blues”; “What a Life!”; “Memphis Wail”; “Blues of the Vagabond”)

Duke Ellington: Supplement à l’Album “Hot”. Ce nouvel album comprend 10 nouveaux succès “hot” de Duke Ellington, Paris ca. 1935 [book/sheet music: Éditions Salabert] (T: “Sophisticated Lady”; “Rub-a-Tub-Lues”; “Birmingham breakdown”; “Mississippi Moan”; “Dicty Glide”; “Blue Bubbles”; “Jubilee Stomp”; “Harlem Flat Blues”; “Ducky Wucky”; “Immigration Blues”)

NN: Duke Ellington Once Outdrew Paul Whiteman, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 108 (short F; reprint, from 1935)

Gama Gilbert: “Hot Damn,” Says Ellington When Ranked with Bach. Ellington’s Response to Lambert, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 112-114 (F/I; Reprint, from: Philadelphia Record, 17.May 1935)

Russell J. Cowans: Composer’s Mother Dies. Remains of Mrs. Ellington Are Shipped to D.C. Mother of Band Leader Dies Saturday in Detroit Hospital. 8-Week Treatment by Specialist Fails. Family at Bedside When Condition Is Critical, in: The Afro-American, 1.Jun.1935, p. 22 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Don’t Spend it All Today! The Duke and His Boys Will be Here Monday!, in: Atlanta Daily World, 20.Jul.1935, p. 3 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Here July 22. Duke Ellington, in: Atlanta Daily World, 15.Jul.1935, p. 3 (short F) [digi.copy]

John Hammond: The Tragedy of Duke Ellington, The “Black Prince of Jazz”, in: Down Beat: 60 Years of Jazz, Milwaukee 1995 (Hal Leonard Corp.) [book], p. 25 (F; Reprint, from: Down Beat, Nov.1935); Reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 118-120 (F)

Edward Morrow: Duke Ellington on Gershwin’s Porgy, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 114-117 (F/I; Reprint, from: New Theatre, Dec.1935)

NN: Duke Ellington Plays Texas. Harlem Boys Bound for Fair Los Angeles, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 126 (C; reprint, from 1936)

NN: Duke Ellington, Paramount, L.A., in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 127 (C; reprint, from 1936)

NN: Duke Ellington, State, N.Y., in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 123 (C; reprint, from 1936)

R.D. Darrell:Duke Ellington, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 127-128 (F; Reprint, from: The Gramophone Shop Encyclopedia of Recorded Music, New York 1936)

NN: Duke Ellington – Reminiscing in Tempo / Solitude, in: Rhythm, Feb.1936, p. 40-41 (R)

“Smallwood”: Ask Smallwood – Wish you’d run short accounts of five of Ellington’s outfit – Whetzel, Jenkins, Williams and Guy. From what year does Duke’s “Black and tan Fantasy” date?, in: The Afro-American, 4.Apr.1936 (F: biographical sketches of Arthur Whetsol, Freddie Jenkins, Cootie Williams, Sonny Greer, Freddy Guy) [digi.copy]

Enzo Archetti: In defense of Duke Ellington and His ‘Reminiscing in Tempo’, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 121-125 (F; Reprint, from: American Music Lover, 1 [Apr.1936])

B. ten Hove: The Iron Duke, in: Rhythm, May 1936, p. 39 (F)

Richard Mack: Duke Ellington. In Person, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 117-118 (C; Reprint, from: Orchestra World, May 1936)

Carl Cons: A Black Genius in a White Man’s World. Much Nonsense Has Been Written About the Duke. A Frank Interview Revealing Many Unheretofore Known Facts About Edward Kennedy Ellington, in: Down beat, Jul.1936 (F/I; reprint, in: Down Beat: 60 Years of Jazz, Milwaukee 1995 (Hal Leonard Corp.) [book], p. 29-31 (F/I); reprint, in: Frank Alkyer & Ed Enright (eds.): Down Beat. The Great Jazz Interviews. A 75th Anniversary Anthology, New York 2009 [book: Hal Leonard Books], p. 4-5 (F/I)

Helen Oakley: Duke Ellington at the Apollo, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 125-127 (C; Reprint, from: Metronome, Oct.1936)

Franklyn Frank: Believes Musicians Are Derelict By Not Protecting Their Own Interests, in: Philadelphia Tribune, 3.Dec.1936, p. 10 (F: critical questions about their way of handling business to Fletcher Henderson, Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Eddie Durham, Duke Ellington) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington, Cotton Club, N.Y., in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 132 (C; reprint, from 1937)

NN: Duke Ellington, Orpheum, Mpls., in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 140 (C; reprint, from 1937)

NN: Duke Ellington, State, N.Y., in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 138 (C; reprint, from 1937)

John Hammond: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – Jazz Lips / Harlemania / Showboat Shuffle / Solitude, in: Rhythm, Feb.1937, p. 11, 13-14 (R)

George T. Simon: Duke Ellington, in: George T. Simon: Simon Says. The Sights and Sounds of the Swing Era, 1935-1955, New York 1971 [book], p. 402-403 (F: Besetzung; Reprint, from: Metronome, Apr.1937)

NN: The Duke Ellingtons – Cotton Clubbers en Masse, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 451-453 (F; Reprint, from: Metronome, Apr.1937)

Gordon Wright: Duke Ellington – “I’ve Got to Be A Rug Cutter” / “New East St. Louis Toodle-oo; “Caravan” / “Stompy Jones” / “Lazy Man#s Shuffle” / “Rexatious” (Master 101; Variety 515, 517), in: Metronome, 53/5 (May 1937), p. 29 (R) [digi.copy]

George T. Simon: Duke Ellington (A), in: George T. Simon: Simon Says. The Sights and Sounds of the Swing Era, 1935-1955, New York 1971 [book], p. 83-87 (F/C; Reprint, from: Metronome, Jun.1937)

Leslie Lieber: Paris Listened to Duke with “Stone-Pusses” – The Wild Acclaim. “Louis Is A Louis Is A Louis” By Stein Might Make Jazz As Popular Here, in: Down Beat, 4/8 (Aug.1937), p. 7, 12 (F)

Paul Eduard Miller: Disc-Cussin’. Duke Ellington – “Azure” / “Alabamy Home” / “Caravan” (Master), in: Down Beat, 4/8 (Aug.1937), p. 16 (R)

Paul K. Damai: The Air Angle, in: Down Beat, 4/8 (Aug.1937), p. 14 (N: radio show)

NN: Ellington Dance Music Pleases Coliseum Crowd, in: The Evening Independent (St. Petersburg, Florida), 24.Nov.1937 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington Refutes Cry That Swing Started Sex Crimes. Stravinsky’s “Le Sacre du Printemps” More Exciting Emotionally Than Jazz, in: Down Beat, 39/13 (20.Jul.1972), p. 24 (F/I; Reprint, from Down Beat, Dec.1937); in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 128-129 (F/I)

NN: Duke Ellington, Cotton Club, N.Y., in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 149 (C; reprint, from 1938)

NN: Duke Ellington, Stanley, Pittsburgh, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 146 (C; reprint, from 1938)

Paul Eduard Miller: Is Begro Composer Booged In Own Field? Best Recods & Original Tunes In ’37 Produced By White Musicians, in: Down Beat, 5/1 (Jan.1938), p. 18 (F) [digi.copy]

Aaron Copland: Scored and Records. Duke Ellington, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 130 (F; Reprint, from: Modern Music, Jan-Feb.1938)

NN: The Duke & Calloway Switch Places At Cotton Club, in: Down Beat, 5/2 (Feb.1938), p. 27 (short F) [digi.copy]

Paul Eduard Miller: Duke Ellington – “Dusk in the Desert” / “Chatter Box” (Brunswick), in: Down Beat, 5/2 (Feb.1938), p. 16 (R) [digi.copy]

John Barker: Ebonettes, in: Down Beat, 5/3 (Mar.1938), p. 18 (F: reports about a meeting with Duke Ellington in which Ellington told him about his current activities)

Paul Eduard Miller: Duke Ellington – “Black and Tan Fantasy” / “Steppin’ Into Swing Society” (Brunswick); “Black Butterfly” / “Harmony in Harlem” (Brunswick), in: Down Beat, 5/3 (Mar.1938), p. 16 (R)

NN: Ellington Replaces Whetsol in Band, in: Down Beat, 5/4 (Apr.1938), p. 2 (short F) [digi.copy]

Jacques Simon: L’Anniversaire de Duke Ellington, in: Music. Le Magazine du Jazz (Belgium), 14/152-153 (Jun.1938), p. 85 (F/D: Ellington recordings from 1937)

NN: Swing with Dorsey and Ellington, in: Metronome, 54/6 (Jun.1938), p. 13 (photos)

Duke Ellington: From Where I Lie#, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 131 (I; Reprint, from: The Negro Actor, 15.Jul.1938)

Isadora Smith: Duke Ellington Rated ‘Joe Louis of Music’. Man who created a new jazz is real world champion of the musical horizon today, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 16.Jul.1938, p. 20 (F) [digi.copy]

Marshall Stearns: Duke and Lionel Top Band Discs; Nan Wynn and Louie Take Solo Honors. Lawrence Brown Shows Old-Time Solo Style Again on Ellington’s ‘Rose of the Rio Grande’, in: Tempo, 6/3 (Sep.1938), p. 7 (R)

Duke Ellington: Music Is ‘Tops’ to You and Me… and Swing Is a Part of It, in: Tops, 1938, p. 14-18 (“I”); Reprint, as “Duke Ellington Explains Swing”, in: Robert Walser (ed.): Keeping Time. Readings in Jazz History, New York 1999 [book: Oxford University Press], p. 106-110 (“I”)

NN: Duke Set For First American Concert, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 31.Dec.1938, p. 16 (short F: concert preview for concert at City College) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke’s New Year $$, in: Down Beat, 5/12 (Dec.1938), p. 14 (N)

NN: Ellington Draws 2,200 in New Orleans; Other Band Grosses, in: Down Beat, 5/12 (Dec.1938), p. 27 (N)

NN: His Conducting Unorthodox, in: Down Beat, 5/12 (Dec.1938), p. 44 (N/photo)

NN: The Duke Swings. Record Crowd of 12,000 Hear His Band at N.A.A.C.P. Dance, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 161 (C; reprint, from 1939)

Duke Ellington: Duke Says Swing Is Stagnant / Situation Between the Critics and Musicians Is Laughable – Ellington / Duke Concludes Criticism of the Critics, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 132-140 (“I”; Reprint, from: Down Beat, Feb.1939, Apr.1939, May 1939); response, by Duke Ellington, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 167 (letter; reprint, drom Down Beat, 1939)

Hugues Panassié: Panassie Decries Plight of Critics!! French Jazz Authority Speaks His Mind to Dissipate the Many Misunderstandings Now Existing, in: Down Beat, 6/3 (Mar.1939), p. 3, 9 (F about the task of the jazz critic, the difficulties to “improve” jazz, Duke Ellington as good example, the differences between Louis Armstrong and Roy Eldrigde) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke’s Concert in April, in: Down Beat, 6/3 (Mar.1939), p. 1 (N: Carnegie Hall Concert, 12 April 1939; premiere of concerto for Johnny Hodges) [digi.copy]

“H.E.P.”: Ellington to Europe, in: Down Beat, 6/4 (Apr.1939), p. 3 (N) [digi.copy]

Duke Ellington: ‘Situation Between the Critics and Musicians is Laughable’ – Ellington. The Duke Tells What’s Wrong With Present Methods of Criticism; Cites John Hammond And Others; Points Way to Better Methods, in: Down Beat, 6/4 (Apr.1939), p. 4, 9, 33 (“I”: about critics, John Hammond) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra – “I was made to love you” / “Keep a song in your soul” (H.M.V. B 8653), in: Estrad, 1/4 (Apr.1939), p. 31 (R)

NN: Duke Ellington, in: Estrad, 1/4 (Apr.1939), p. 4 (F: European tour)

“Barrelhouse Dan”: Duke Ellington – “Subtle Lament” / “Pussy Willow” (Brunswick), in: Down Beat, 6/5 (May 1939), p. 20 (R) [digi.copy]

Duke Ellington: Chords and Discords. Ellington Corrects a Statement Re Hammond, in: Down Beat, 6/5 (May 1939), p. 10 (letter) [digi.copy]

Duke Ellington: Duke Concludes Criticism of The Critics / Should Hammond Criticize?, in: Down Beat, 6/5 (May 1939), p. 14 (“I”) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington and Mills In Split, in: Down Beat, 6/5 (May 1939), p. 1 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: Off the Stand Jive, in: Down Beat, 6/5 (May 1939), p. 3 (N: will hire Jean Eldridge after European tour) [digi.copy]

Onal L. Spencer: French J-Bugs In Wild Welcome For Ellington, in: Down Beat, 6/5 (May 1939), p. 9 (N: arrival in Paris, Norwegian tour) [digi.copy]

NN: Just Truck Me Home, Pops, in: Down Beat, 6/6 (Jun.1939), p. 1 (N/photo: returns from European tour)

Onah Spencer: Ellington Lands in New York; Savoy Is Big Draw at Gair, in: Down Beat, 6/6 (Jun.1939), p. 7 (short F)

Jack Towers: Duke Ellington at Neptune Ballroom, Sioux Falls, South Dakota, in: [letter / photo], 13.Jul.1994 (F/photo from 1939 concert) [digi.copy]

Duke Ellington: ‘Wait for the Breaks,’ Says Ellington to Songwriters, in: Down Beat, 6/9 (Sep.1939), p. 5 (“I”) [digi.copy]; reprint, in: Down Beat, 76/7 (Jul.2009), p. 74 (“I”) [digi.copy]

George T. Simon: Duke and Warnow’s Lucky Strike Band – They’re Toasted. ‘Conversation Music’ Like Plusg Swing; Mark, the Salesman, in: Metronome, 55/9 (Sep.1939), p. 22 (F) [digi.copy]

Gordon Wright: Duke Leads Wax-Works; Jazz More Musical. “Way Low”, “Dance of the Goon” (Vo.4941); “Hometown Blues”, “Night Song” (Vo.4958), in: Metronome, 55/9 (Sep.1939), p. 18 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Cracks Ofay Spot, in: Down Beat, 6/12 (1.Nov.1939), p. 5 (N)

Ted Toll: Ellington Lauded as All Time Greatest, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 186 (F; reprint, from 1940)

NN: D.C.’s First Swing Concert, in: Metronome, 61/6 (Jun.1940), p. 46 (N: Duke Ellington at Howard Theatre) [digi.copy]

Almena Davis: Ellington Opus Gets Once-Over, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 199 (C: “Jump for Joy”; reprint, from 1941)

NN: Joe Turner Star of Duke’s Revuew! Added After Premiere, Blues Singer Hits, Along with Rex, Hidges, Other Ellingtonians, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 202 (C: “Jump for Joy”; reprint, from 1941)

Almena Davis: Duke Ellington Fascinates Interviewer as He Takes ‘Downbeat’ Writer to Task, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 143-146 (F/I; Reprint, from: California Eagle, 9.Jan.1941)

Duke Ellington: Speech of the Week. We, Too, Sing ‘America’, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 146-148 (“I”; Reprint, from: California Eagle, 13.Feb.1941)

NN: Duke Touring Coast, in: Down Beat, 8/6 (15.Mar.1941), p. 12 (N)

Dave Dexter Jr.: Duke Ellington & Jimmy Blanton – “Body and Soul” / “Mr. J.B. Blues” (Victor 27406), in: Down Beat, 1.Jun.1946 (R); reprint, in: Down Beat, 72/1 (Jan.2005), p. 81 (R) [digi.copy]

Alemena Davis: Duke’s ‘Symphonic’ A Classic Jazz, in: The Pittsburgh Courier, 9.Jun.1941, p. 20 (C) [digi.copy]

John Pittman: The Duke Will Stay on Top! – On Jump for Joy, Opera, and Dissonance as a “Way of Life”, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 148-151 (F/I; Reprint, from: unknown, San Francisco, Aug/Sep.1941)

Kenneth Rogers: Musical Horoscopes. Duke Ellington, in: Down Beat, 8/16 (15.Aug.1941), p. 18 (F)

NN: Duke Relegated to Pit Band in New Revue, in: Down Beat, 8/15 (1.Aug.1941), p. 13 (F: “Jump for Joy”)

NN: Duke’s Revue Shifts to High, But Pit Slows, in: Down Beat, 8/16 (15.Aug.1941), p. 7 (short F: “Jump for Joy”)

NN: ‘The Bli Blip’, in: Down Beat, 8/16 (15.Aug.1941), p. 17 (N/photo: “Jump for Joy”)

NN: Another Duke Album Coming, in: Down Beat, 8/19 (1.Oct.1941), p. 15 (F)

NN: Ellington Will Open Trocadero, in: Down Beat, 8/21 (1.Nov.1941), p. 13 (N)

NN: Let’s Buy a Band, in: Music and Rhythm, 2/13 (Dec.1941), p. 34 (short F)

André Coeuroy: Le rôle d’Ellington, in: André Coeuroy: Histoire générale du Jazz. Strette – Hot – Swing, Paris 1942 [book], p. 109-112 (F)

Bud McCaffrey Jr.: Hot Wax. An Ellington Criticism, in: Jazz Quarterly, Fall 1942, p. 29-30 (R: Cotton Tail; Never No Lament; Conga Brava; Ko-Ko; Bojangles; a Portrait of Bert Williams)

Buddy Howard: Ellington Celebrates 20th Year in Music, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 212 (C; reprint, from 1942)

NN & Bary Ulanov: Duke Ellington, Hotel Sherman, Chicago, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 218 (C; reprint, from 1942)

NN: Ellington Refuses to Play Own Tune, in: Down Beat, 9/4 (15.Feb.1942), p. 8 (N: “I’ve Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good”) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Waxes Three More Originals, in: Down Beat, 9/6 (15.Mar.1942), p. 15 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Pot Wants an “Au Reet” Zoot Suit, in: Down Beat, 9/6 (15.Mar.1942), p. 12 (N/photo: comedy team Pot, Pan and Skillet, touring with Ellington) [digi.copy]

NN: Too Much Music, in: Down Beat, 9/6 (15.Mar.1942), p. 24 (N/photo) [digi.copy]

Charles Abbott: Philly Jazz Combo Set for Debut?, in: Down Beat, 9/8 (15.Apr.1942), p. 19 (short C)

NN: What, Joe Louis With Powder Puff?, in: Down Beat, 9/8 (15.Apr.1942), p. 1 (N/photo)

NN: Duke Denies Show Plans, in: Down Beat, 9/9 (1.May 1942), p. 21 (N: denies plans for Paul Robeson musical)

Harry Lim: Critic Misses Both Cootie and Barney, in: Down Beat, 9/17 (1.Sep.1942), p. 15 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Girl Trio Takes Anderson Spot, in: Down Beat, 9/17 (1.Sep.1942), p. 2 (N: Betty Roche, Phyllis Smiley, Joya Sherrill replace Ivie Anderson) [digi.copy]

“new”: Duke Tells ‘Em A Thing or Two. Ellington Taks a Few Raps at ‘Self-Styled Critics’, in: Down Beat, 9/18 (15.Sep.1942), p. 2 (I)

“dix”: Profiling the Players. Duke Ellington and His Orchestra, in: Down Beat, 9/20 (15.Oct.1942), p. 19 (F/short biographies of his musicians)

Lexa Egon May: Chords and Discords. Incomparable Duke, in: Down Beat, 9/20 (15.Oct.1942), p. 10 (letter)

NN: Ellington Scheduled to Open Hollywood Canteen, in: Down Beat, 9/20 (15.Oct.1942), p. 6 (short F)

Jake Trussell Jr.: The Duke’s Music, in: Jazz Quarterly, Spring 1943, p. 31-32 (F)

NN: Duke Ellington, Hurricane, New York, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 239 (C; reprint, from 1943)

NN: From Kentucky Club to Carnegie Hall. Duke Ellington celebrates 20 years of jazz at the mecca of all musicians, in: Click Magazine, 1943 (F/photos) [digi.copy]

R.P.: Duke Ellington at Carnegie Hall, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 230 (C; reprint, from 1943)

Helen M. Oakley: Ellington to Offer ‘Tone Parallel’. Black Brown and Beige Are Three Movements of New Concert Piece, in: Down Beat, 10/2 (15.Jan.1943), p. 13 (F) [digi.copy]; Reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 155-158 (F)

Howard Taubman: The ‘Duke’ Invades Carnegie Hall, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 158-160 (F; Reprint, from: New York Times Magazine, 17.Jan.1943)

NN: Ellington to Play Boston Concert, in: Down Beat, 10/1 (1.Jan.1943), p. 15 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington Wins Swing Poll. Tommy Dorsey Best in Sweet, Dorsey Wins Too. Duke Takes Crown Held By Goodman for Four Years Out of Five, in: Down Beat, 10/1 (1.Jan.1943), p. 1, 13 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Heterogeneous Crop of Platter-Brains, in: Down Beat, 10/2 (15.Jan.1943), p. 4 (N/photo: Leonard Feather, Harry Lim, Mike Levin, Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn) [digi.copy]

NN: May Broadcast Duke’s Concert, in: Down Beat, 10/2 (15.Jan.1943), p. 1 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: More of Ellington Discographies Soon, in: Down Beat, 10/1 (1.Jan.1943), p. 9 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Program for the First Carnegie Hall Concert, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 160-165 (F; Reprint of the original program notes from 23.Jan.1943)

Paul Bowles: Duke Ellington in Recital for Russian War Relief, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 165-166 (C; Reprint, from: New York Herald Tribune, 25.Jan.1943)

Roger Pryor Dodge: Duke Ellington, in: Roger Pryor Dodge: Hot Jazz and Jazz Dance, Collected Writings, 1929-1964, New York 1995 [book], p. 106-108 (F/T: Yellow Dog; Reprint, from: Jazz Magazine, Jan.1943)

John Hammond: Is the Duke Deserting Jazz?, in: The Jazz Record, #1 (15.Feb.1943), p. 4-5 (F); Reprint, in: Jazz (USA), 1/8 (May 1943), p. 15 (F) [digi.copy]; Reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 171-173 (F)

Mike Levin: Duke Fuses Classical and Jazz! Stuff Is There, Says Mix, Needing Development to Attain New Art Form, in: Down Beat, 61/7 (Jul.1994), p. 24 (C: Black, Brown & Beige; Reprint, from: Down Beat, 15.Feb.1943); Reprint, in: Down Beat: 60 Years of Jazz, Milwaukee 1995 (Hal Leonard Corp.) [book], p. 55-56 (C); Reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 166-170 (C)

Jake Trussell Jr.: Ellington Hits the Top, and the Bottom, in: Jazz (USA), 1/8 (May 1943), p. 16, 20 (F) [digi.copy]

Leonard G. Feather: Heil Hammond!, in: Jazz (USA), 1/8 (May 1943), p. 14, 20 (F) [digi.copy]; reprint: as “Leonard Feather Rebuts Hammond”, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book: Oxford University Press], p. 173-175 (F)

Billy Rowe: Duke Ellington Scores On Fitch Bandwagon. NBC ‘Commercial’ Drops Barriers; Airs Famed Band, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 5.Jun.1943, p. 21 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington celebrates 20 years of jazz at the mecca of all musicians, in: Click Magazine, 6/6 (Jun.1943), p. 40-41 (F/photos) [digi.copy]

Bob Thiele: The Case of Jazz Music, in: Jazz (USA), 1/9 (Jul.1943), p. 19-20 (F); reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 175-178 (F)

Charles Edward Smith: On the Record. “A Duke Ellington Panorama” (Victor), in: Jazz (USA), 1/9 (Jul.1943), p. 18 (R)

NN: Duke, Cab, Golden Gate Quartet Make Recordings, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 24.Jul.1943, p. 20 (short F: recordings to be sent to the Russian Army) [digi.copy]

NN: Personelskifte i Duke Ellingtons Orkester, in: Jazz Reports, 3/4 (Sep.1943), p. 14 (F/N)

NN: Skippy Williams with Ellington, in: Down Beat, 10/17 (1.Sep.1943), p. 1 (N) [digi.copy]

Winthrop Sargeant: Is Jazz Music? / Duke Ellington: Defense of Jazz, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 207-208 (F; Reprint, from: American Mercury, 57/238 [Oct.1943]; American Mercury, 57/241 [Jan.1944])

NN: Ellington Band for Stevens in Chicago Soon. Hepsters Crowd with N.Y. Capitol to Jump with Duke, in: Down Beat, 10/21 (1.Nov.1943), p. 1 (F/C) [digi.copy]

Jim Weaver: Jazz and Ellingtonia, in: Jazz (USA), 1/10 (Dec.1943), p. 13, 17 (F)

Roger Pryor Dodge: On the Record. “Ellingtonia Vol. 1” (Brunswick), in: Jazz (USA), 1/10 (Dec.1943), p. 11-12 (R); reprint, in: Roger Pryor Dodge: Hot Jazz and Jazz Dance, Collected Writings, 1929-1964, New York 1995 [book], p. 305-306 (R)

“mix”: Duke Ellington (Reviewed at the Hurricane, New York), in: Down Beat, 1944 (C); reprint, in: DEMS Bulletin, Mar/May 1980, p. 7 (C) [digi.copy]

David Ewen: Duke Ellington. “East Side, West Side…”, in: David Ewen: Men of Popular Music, Chicago 1944 [book: Ziff-Davis Publishing Company], p. 83-96 (F)

NN: A Real Popular Demand Holds Duke Ellington Over in Loop, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 258 (C; reprint, from 1944)

NN: Ellington Concert at Carnegie Hall. ‘Perfume Suite’ One of Main Works on Long Program, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 263 (C; reprint, from 1944)

Robert Goffin: Satchmo and the Duke, in: Robert Goffin: Jazz. From the Congo to the Metropolitan, Garden City/NY 1944 [book: Doubleday, Doran & Co.; reprint: New York 1975: DaCapo], p. 167-179 (F) [digi.copy]

M.H. Orodenker: Duke Ellington – “Do Nothing Till You Head From Me” / “Chlo-e” (Decca 20-1547), in: The Billboard, 56/1 (1.Jan.1944), p. 62 (R) [digi.copy]

Barry Ulanov: Ellington’s Carnegie Hall Concert a Glorified Stage Show, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 210-212 (C; Reprint, from: Metronome, Jan.1944); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 247 (R)

Colin McPhee: The Torrid Zone, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 213 (C; Reprint, from: Modern Music, 21/2 [Jan/Feb.1944])

Mike Levin: Duke Ellington (Reviewed at Carnegie Hall, New York), in: Down Beat, 11/1 (1.Jan.1944), p. 4 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: That New World Will Be A-Comin’, in: Down Beat, 11/1 (1.Jan.1944), p. 10 (F) [digi.copy]

John Lucas: Duke Ellington – “Main Stem”, “Johnny Come Lately” (Victor), in: Down Beat, 11/4 (15.Feb.1944), p. 8 (R) [digi.copy]

Bob Copland: Chords and Discords. Woody and Duke, in: Down Beat, 11/6 (15.Mar.1944), p. 10 (letter) [digi.copy]

NN: Joins Duke, in: Down Beat, 11/6 (15.Mar.1944), p. 14 (N/photo: singer Wini Johnson joins Ellington band) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington’s Ork Scores In Return To Hurricane Club, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 8.Apr.1944, p. 13 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellingtonites Placed in 1-A, in: Down Beat, 11/8 (15.Apr.1944), p. 1 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: Al Sears Joins Ellington Saxes, in: Down Beat, 11/10 (15.May 1944), p. 16 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington On the Cover, in: Down Beat, 11/9 (1.May 1944), p. 1, cover (N/cover) [digi.copy]

John Lucas: Duke Ellington – “Someone”, “My Little Brown Book” (Victor), in: Down Beat, 11/12 (15.Jun.1944), p. 8-9 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Tax Takes Duke from NYC Nitery, in: Down Beat, 11/11 (1.Jun.1944), p. 1 (N) [digi.copy]

Richard O. Boyer: The Hot Bach, in: Peter Gammond (ed.): Duke Ellington. His Life and Music, London 1959 [book], p. 20-60 (F/I; Reprint, from: The New Yorker, 24.Jun.1944, 1.Jul.1944, 8.Jul.1944); Reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 214-245 (F/I); Reprint, in: Veronica Byrd & James Ty Cumbie & Tiffany A. Ellis & Rob Gibson (eds.): Jump for Joy. Jazz at Lincoln Center celebrates The Ellington Centennial, 1899-1999, New York 1999 [book: Jazz at Lincoln Center], p. 120-132 (F)

Duke Ellington: by… Duke Ellington, in: The Needle, Jul.1944, p. 10-11 (“I”: about Winthrop Sargeants “Is Jazz music?”)

George T. Simon: On Joining Duke Ellington. “It’s Like Nothing Else!”, in: George T. Simon: Simon Says. The Sights and Sounds of the Swing Era, 1935-1955, New York 1971 [book], p. 458-459 (F; Reprint, from: Metronome, Jul.1944)

NN: Idol Gossip, in: Down Beat, 11/13 (1.Jul.1944), p. 4 (N: Ellington band will not break up) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Injured in Faulty Elevator, in: Down Beat, 11/15 (1.Aug.1944), p. 1 (short F) [digi.copy]

Duke Ellington: Certainly It’s Music, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 246-248 (“I”; Reprint, from: Listen, 4/12 [Oct.1944])

Duke Ellington: Swing Is My Beat, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 248-250 (“I”; Reprint, from: New Advance, Oct.1944)

NN: Concert Series Set For Duke, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 21.Oct.1944, p. 13 (short F) [digi.copy]

Barry Ulanov & Leonard Feather: Duke Ellington – “I Don’t Mind” / “What Am I Here For?” (Victor 20-1598), in: Metronome, 62/11 (Nov.1944), p. 16 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Flash!, in: Metronome, 62/11 (Nov.1944), p. 8 (N: concert dates) [digi.copy]

NN: Three Chicks for Duke, in: Metronome, 62/11 (Nov.1944), p. 9 (N: Rosita Davis, Joya Sherrill, Marie Ellington) [digi.copy]

Phil Featheringill: Chicago Telescope, in: Metronome, 62/11 (Nov.1944), p. 11 (N: benefit concert for Children’s Health and Aid Society in Chicago) [digi.copy]

Sharon A. Pease: Technical Skill And Invention Boost Ellington, in: Down Beat, 11/21 (1.Nov.1944), p. 12 (F/A/T: “Frankie and Johnnie”) [digi.copy]

Sharon A. Pease: Technical Skill and Invention oost Ellington, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 250-252 (F/T: Frankie and Johnny; Reprint, from: Down Beat, 1.Nov.1944)

John Lucas: Best Tunes of All. ‘Black and Tan Fantasie”, in: Down Beat, 11/24 (15.Dec.1944), p. 8 (F) [digi.copy]

John Lucas: Diggin’ the Discs. Duke Ellington – “I Don’t Mind”, “What Am I Here For” (Victor), in: Down Beat, 11/24 (15.Dec.1944), p. 8 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke, ‘The New Jazz’ Spot Month’s Hot, in: Metronome, 62/12 (Dec.1944), p. 9 (F: Carnegie Hall Concert, Dec. 19) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington Concert at Carnegie Hall, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 213-214 (C; Reprint, from: New York Times, 20.Dec.1944)

NN: He Got It Band, in: Down Beat, 11/23 (1.Dec.1944), p. 1 (N: convicted killed listens to Ellington before execution) [digi.copy]

Barry Ulanov: Duke Ellington, 400 Club, N.Y., in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 270 (C; reprint, from: Metronome, 1945)

Edmond Bernhard & Jacques Vergnies: Duke Ellington et son orchestre, in: Edmond Bernhard & Jacques Vergnies: Apologie du Jazz, Bruxelles 1945 [book], p. 160-163 (F)

Harry Hess: The Diligent Duke of Ellington, part 2, in: Jazz Studies (British Institute of Jazz Studies), 2/1 (1968), p. 3-4 (F; originally written in 1945/1946); part 3, in: Jazz Studies (British Institute of Jazz Studies), 2/2 (1968), p. 23-25 (F; originally written in 1945/1946)

NN: A Date with Duke, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 278 (C; reprint, from 1945)

NN: Duke-Jordan Billing Feud in Happy Ending, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 280 (F; reprint, from 1945)

NN: Edward Kennedy (Duke) Ellington. A Short Biography, in: British Forces Network, #8 (1950), p. ** (excerpt from “Esquire Jazz Book 1945”)

Robert Goffin: De Fletcher Henderson à Duke Ellington, in: Robert Goffin: Histoire du Jazz, Montréal 1945 [book], p. 233-254 (F)

Yannick Bruynoghe: Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, in: Jazz (Belgium), #8 (1945), p. 7-8 (F)

“The Two Deuces”: Duke Ellington – “I’m Beginning to See the Light” / “Didn’t You Know I Care” (Victor 20-1618), in: Metronome, 62/1 (Jan.1945), p. 22 (R) [digi.copy]

Barry Ulanov: Ellington Concert Way Up and Down, in: Metronome, 62/1 (Jan.1945), p. 8 (C: Carnegie Hall, 19.Dec.1944; photo) [digi.copy]

Barry Ulanov: Stage Show Reviews. Duke Ellington. Lowdown for Uptown. Apollo, New York, in: Metronome, 62/1 (Jan.1945), p. 30-31 (C) [digi.copy]

Frank Stacy: Duke’s Concert and Mag’s Bash Delight, in: Down Beat, 12/2 (15.Jan.1945), p. 1, 12 (C) [digi.copy]

John Lucas: Duke Ellington – “Don’t You Know I Care”, “I’m Beginning To See the Light” (Victor), in: Down Beat, 12/2 (15.Jan.1945), p. 8 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke’s Concert Rates Sell-Out, in: Down Beat, 12/2 (15.Jan.1945), p. 3 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: Sad-Eyed, in: Metronome, 62/1 (Jan.1945), p. 10 (N/photo: Taft Jordan, Duke Ellington, Ray Nance) [digi.copy]

NN: Why, Sho’!, in: Down Beat, 12/2 (15.Jan.1945), p. 1 (N: anecdote) [digi.copy]

Ed Heartz: Duke Ellington Concert (Symphony Hall, Boston – Dec.13, 1944), in: ***, p. 7 (C)

Frank Stacy: BG, Duke & Bailey Lost, Moans Blesh, in: Down Beat, 12/4 (15.Feb.1945), p. 3 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Down Beat Plans Ellington Concert, in: Down Beat, 12/4 (15.Feb.1945), p. 1 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Bing and Duke Discuss It, in: Down Beat, 12/5 (1.Mar.1945), p. 1 (short F/photo) [digi.copy]

NN: Bing and Duke Discuss It, in: Down Beat, 1.Mar.1945, p. 1 (N: Down Beat award)

NN: Duke Ellington On The Cover, in: Down Beat, 12/6 (15.Mar.1945), p. 1, cover (N/cover) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington Concert Sell-Out In Chicago, in: Down Beat, 12/6 (15.Mar.1945), p. 1 (F: concert preview with program listing) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Into 400 Club, in: Down Beat, 12/7 (1.Apr.1945), p. 2 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke’s Second Coast Concert Smash Sell-Out, in: Down Beat, 12/7 (1.Apr.1945), p. 1 (C) [digi.copy]

Barry Ulanov: The Duke, in: Metronome, 62/5 (May 1945), p. 12 (C/photos) [digi.copy]

Barry Ulanov: the duke, in: Metronome, 62/5 (May 1945), p. 12 (C/photos) [digi.copy]

NN: Early to Rise!, in: Down Beat, 12/10 (15.May 1945), p. 9 (N: anecdote) [digi.copy]

“Don”: Duke Ellington & Tommy Dorsey – “The Minor Goes Muggin'”, “Tonight I Shall Sleep” (Victor), in: Down Beat, 12/12 (15.Jun.1945), p. 8 (R) [digi.copy]

John Skelton: Chicago Telescope, in: Metronome, 62/6 (Jun.1945), p. 8 (N: in Detroit, Chicago) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington’s Hep Chicks, in: Down Beat, 12/12 (15.Jun.1945), p. 2 (N/photo) [digi.copy]

NN: Marathon!, in: Down Beat, 12/12 (15.Jun.1945), p. 5 (N: Ellington could do 62 hour-long airshows featuring only his own compositions) [digi.copy]

The Two Deuces (= Barry Ulanov & Leonard Feather): Duke Ellington – “Kissing Bug” / “Mood to Be Wooed” (Victor 20-1670), in: Metronome, 62/6 (Jun.1945), p. 14 (R) [digi.copy]

The Two Deuces (= Barry Ulanov & Leonard Feather): Double header, in: Metronome, 62/6 (Jun.1945), p. 15 (N/photo: Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, Tommy Dorsey) [digi.copy]

Bob Downs: Chords and Discords. Black, Brown and Beige, in: Down Beat, 12/13 (1.Jul.1945), p. 10 (letter) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington Cancels Appearance at Lake, in: The Zanesville Signal (Zanesville, Ohio), 7.Aug.1945, p. 11 (N: heart attack suffered at Washington, D.C.) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke’s Doc Orders No 1-Nighters, 16G Kissed Good-bye, in: Billboard, 57/34 (25.Aug.1945), p. 19 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Moves To Zanzibar, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 18.Aug.1945, p. 21 (short F) [digi.copy]

Claude Laurence & Hubert Rostaing: En parlant d’arrangements…, in: Jazz Hot, 11/1 (Oct.1945), p. 19-20 (A: “The Mooche”, “Black and Tan Fantasy”)

Claude Laurence: En parlant d’arrangements, in: Jazz Hot, 11/2 (Nov.1945), p. 18-19 (A); part 2, in: Jazz Hot, 11/3 (Dec.1945), p. 29-31 (A)

Joost van Praag: L’orchestre de Duke Ellington en Hollande, in: Jazz Hot, 11/2 (Nov.1945), p. 11 (F/C)

Horst Lippmann: Letzte Neuheiten. Herman und Ellington tauschen Stars für Schallplattenaufnahmen aus, in: Die Jazz-Club News, #5/6 (Dec/Jan.1945/46), p. 13 (N)

Horst Lippmann: The Duke Is On the Air, in: Die Jazz-Club News, #5/6 (Dec/Jan.1945/46), p. 12 (F)

NN: A Duke’s Touch, in: Down Beat, 12/24 (15.Dec.1945), p. 2 (N/photo)

NN: Duke’s Carnegie Hall Concert May Be Aired, in: Down Beat, 12/23 (1.Dec.1945), p. 10 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Lena Natural for ‘Beggars’, in: Down Beat, 12/24 (15.Dec.1945), p. 3 (N)

NN: Why Duke Ellington Avoided Music Schools, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 252-255 (F/I; Reprint, from: PM, 9.Dec.1945)

“gg”: Nový Duke Ellington, in: Gramofon, 2 (1946), p. 2 (short F)

Barry Ulanov: Duke Ellington, New York 1975 [book; Reprint, O: London 1946: Musicians Press]; review, by Frank Stacy, in: The Capitol News from Hollywood, 4/3 (Mar.1946), p. 6 (B) [digi.copy]

Barry Ulanov: Duke Ellington, New York 1975 [book; Reprint, O: London 1946: Musicians Press], p. 239-246 (F: chapter “Jump for Joy”) [digi.copy]; p. 247-261 (F: chapter “Black, Brown and Beige”) [digi.copy]

Charles Emge: Duke Rings Bell Both Ways with Coast Bash, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 300 (C; reprint, from Down Beat, 1946)

Hugues Panassié: Duke Ellington at the Salle Pleyel, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 81-87 (F/C/I mit Cootie Williams, Barney Bigard; Reprint, from: Hugues Panassié: Douze Années de Jazz, 1927-1938, Paris 1946)

Jean de Trazegnies: Duke Ellington. Harlem Aristocrat of Jazz, Bruxelles 1946 [book]

NN: Duke Ellington, Carnegie Hall, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 307 (C; reprint, from 1946)

NN: Duke’s ‘Beggar’s Opera’ Ready for Rehersals; to Select Cast, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 304 (N; reprint, from 1946)

NN: Ellington Concert Lures 11,000 Fans to Watergate, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 296-297 (C; reprint, from 1946)

NN: Ellington’s Band in Annual Concert. ‘Joint Is Jumping’ at Carnegie Hall as the Duke Offers His Formal and Informal Works, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 287 (C; reprint, from 1946)

NN: Beat Sponsors Twin Concerts with Ellington, in: Down Beat, 13/2 (14.Jan.1946), p. 1, 21 (F)

NN: Duke and Billy On the Cover, in: Down Beat, 13/2 (14.Jan.1946), p. 1, cover (N/cover)

NN: Duke Repeats at Carnegie Hall, in: Down Beat, 13/1 (1.Jan.1946), p. 1 (N)

NN: Ellington Week Honors Duke, in: Down Beat, 13/2 (14.Jan.1946), p. 12 (N)

NN: Ellington Writes of Race Problems in Vivid Music, in: Ebony, Jan.1946, p. 14-15 (F/I) [digi.copy]

NN: Swing Tomes to Hit Stands Soon, in: Down Beat, 13/2 (14.Jan.1946), p. 16 (N: book about Ellington)

NN: TD, Duke Both Re-sign at Victor, in: Down Beat, 13/2 (14.Jan.1946), p. 8 (short F)

“Don”: Duke Ellington – “The Wonder of You” / “I’m Just a Lucky So-And-So” (Victor), in: Down Beat, 13/4 (11.Feb.1946), p. 19 (R) [digi.copy]

Don C. Haynes: Duke Draws Sell-Out Crowd Whi Sit On Hands, in: Down Beat, 13/4 (11.Feb.1946), p. 1, 12-13 (F/C: concert at Civic Opera House, Chicago) [digi.copy]

Donald C. Biggar: The Direction of Ellington, in: Jazz Orchestras, #1 (Feb.1946), p. 18-19 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Camera Catches Ellington Concert Celebs, in: Down Beat, 13/4 (11.Feb.1946), p. 1 (short F/photos) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Bids for Lena, in: The Capitol News from Hollywood, 4/2 (Feb.1946), p. 1 (N: “The Beggar’s Opera”) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Writing Jazz Opera, in: Down Beat, 13/4 (11.Feb.1946), p. 18 (short F: “Beggar’s Opera”) [digi.copy]

Vernon M. Thornes: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra, in: Jazz Orchestras, #1 (Feb.1946), p. 12-14 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington Set for Capitol Transcriptions, in: The Capitol News from Hollywood, 4/5 (May 1946), p. 1 (short F)

Robert Goffin: Zwölf “Records” und “Exile”, in: Die Jazz Club News, #9 (May 1946), p. 13 (short I: favorite records; Reprint, from: Esquire, Sep.1943)

Bill Gottlieb: I’m Not Slipping – Duke Ellington. My Current Ork Just as Good and Perhaps More Flexible, He Says, in: Down Beat, 13/13 (17.Jun.1946), p. 4, 14 (F/I)

Paul Eduard Miller: Is the Duke Declining? ‘Loss of Stars Killing His Band!’ – Part One of An Illuminating View, in: Hollywood Note, 1/4 (Jun.1946), p. 13 (F)

Dave Dexter Jr.: Duke Not Declining… Dex. He’s Only Trying Another Approach, in: Hollywood Note, 1/5 (Jul.1946), p. 8 (F)

NN: Date with the Duke, in: Jazz Club News, #11/12 (Jul/Aug.1946), p. 12-13 (short F)

NN: Esquire Profiles Duke Ellington, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 20.Jul.1946, p. 22 (short F) [digi.copy]

Armand Leclercq: Black, Brown and Beige, ou l’histoire musicale de la race noire, in: Jazz Hot, 12/9 (Sep/Oct.1946), p. 9 (F)

David Waxman: An Ellington Classic – “Jack the Bear” and “Morning Glory”, in: Jazz Notes, #67 (Sep.1946), p. 4-6 (F/R)

Günter Boas: Die Jazzbiographie. Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Club News, #13/14 (Sep/Oct.1946), p. 10-12 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke & Woody for Puppetoons, in: Down Beat, 13/21 (7.Oct.1946), p. 7 (N)

NN: Django Music, in: Time, 18.Nov.1946 (F: Django Reinhardt & Duke Ellington) [vert.file: Django REINHARDT]

NN: Duke to Salute Cootie via Wire, in: Afro-American, 9.Nov.1946, p. 8 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz by Django, in: Newsweek, 18.Nov.1946 (F: Django Reinhardt & Duke Ellington) [vert.file: Django REINHARDT]

Leonard Feather: Duke Ellington, in: Metronome, 62/12 (Dec.1946), p. 23 (F)

Charles Delaunay: George Gershwin ou Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Hot, 13/15 (1947), p. 8-9 (F)

Les Zimmerman: Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, New York ca. 1947 [program booklet: Ellison B. Greenstone] (F) [digi.copy]

Michael Levin: Ellington Pleases Concert Crowd, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 325 (C; reprint, from 1947)

NN: Duke’s Frisco Concert to a Sedate House, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 319 (C; reprint, from 1947)

NN: Liberia Honors Duke Ellington, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 325 (N; reprint, from 1947)

Sharon Pease: Down Beat’s Styles of Famous 88’ers. The Style Secrets of 30 Famous Pianists Revealed in Authentic Examples, New York 1947 [sheet music: Leeds Music Corporation], p. 48-49 (F/T: “Frankie and Johnny”)

NN: Duke to Hold Court at Apollo, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 15.Feb.1947, p. 14 (short F) [digi.copy]

Duke Ellington: Farewell to Jazz Fakers, in: Veronica Byrd & James Ty Cumbie & Tiffany A. Ellis & Rob Gibson (eds.): Jump for Joy. Jazz at Lincoln Center celebrates The Ellington Centennial, 1899-1999, New York 1999 [book: Jazz at Lincoln Center], p. 12-14 (“I”; excertped reprint, from: Interpretations in Jazz. A Conference with Duke Ellington, in: The Etude, Mar.1947)

Gunnar Asklund: Interpretations in Jazz. A Conference with Duke Ellington, in: The Etude, 65/3 (Mar.1947), p. 134, 172 (F/I); Reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 255-258 (F/I)

NN: Duke Ellington Party, in: New York Amsterdam News, 1.Mar.1947, p. 23 (N/photo: Duke Ellington, Al Sears & wife, Mercer Ellington & wife, Buddy Bowser, Lawson Bowman, Henry Armstrong, Bea Ellington, Chris Columbus) [digi.copy]

Roger E. Bell & Dave Dallwitz: New Hot Record Reviews. Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – Black, Brown and Beige (parts 1-4), in: Jazz Notes, #72 (Mar.1947), p. 8-9 (R)

Alfredo Papo: “Black, Brown and Beige”. Historia musical de la raza negra, in: Ritmo y Melodia (Spain), 4/20 (May 1947), p. 2-3 (F)

Hans Blüthner: Swing Band, in: Melodie, 2/5 (May 1947), p. 10-11 (F) [digi.copy] {photos clipped}

NN: Duke Ellington – “Ouverture to a Jam Session” / “Beautiful Indians” / “Flippant Flurry” / “Golden Feather” / “Jam-a-Ditty” / “Trumpet No End” / “It Shouldn’t Happen to a Dream” (Musicraft Album S-6, 484), in: Metronome, 63/5 (May 1947), p. 28-29 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Duque Ellington en Europa?, in: Ritmo y Melodia (Spain), 4/21 (Jun.1947), p. 7 (N)

NN: DeParis, Jordan Leave the Duke, in: Down Beat, 14/16 (30.Jul.1947), p. 2 (N)

NN: Point and Counterpoint. The Duke Delivers, in: Metronome, 63/7 (Jul.1947), p. 6-7 (short F/I: Ellington talks against jazz traditionalists)

Leonard Feather: Duke Ellington says he never makes uncomplimentary remarks. Reluctantly, but unmistakably, the giant among bandleaders speaks his mind about jazz as he submits to the blindfold test, in: Metronome, 63/8 (Aug.1947), p. 22-23 (BT: Boyd Raeburn: “Salvatore Sally”; Stan Kenton: “Artistry in Percussion”; Mary Lou Williams: “Waltz Boogie”; Charlie Barnet: “Shady Lady”; Dizzy Gillespie: “Ray’s Idea”; Tony Scott: “All Too Soon”; JatP: “Lester Leaps In”; Kid Ory: “The World’s Jazz Crazy”; Babs Gonzalez: “Lop-Pow”; Dizzy Gillespie: “All the Things You Are”; Mercer Ellington: “Ditty a la Dizzy”; Frankie Laine: “I Can’t Believe That You’re In Love With Me”) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: The Duke Speaks, in: Jazz Times, 25/6 (Aug.1995), p. 138, 136-137 (BT: Boyd Raeburn: “Dalvatore Sally”; Stan Kenton: “Artistry in Percussion”; Mary Lou Williams: “Waltz Boogie”; Charlie Barnet: “Shady Lady”; Dizzy Gillespie: “Ray’s Idea” / “All the Things You Are”; Tony Scott: “All Too Soon”; JatP: “Lester Leaps In”; Kid Ory: “The World’s Jazz Crazy”; Three Bips and a Bop: “Low-Pow”; Mercer Ellington: “Ditty à la Dizzy”; Frankie Laine: “I Can’t Believe That You’re in Love with Me”)

NN: Ellington Special (Columbia C-127), in: Metronome, 63/8 (Aug.1947), p. 30-31 (R) [digi.copy]

Ralph J. Gleason: Duke’s Frisco Concert To A Sedate House, in: Down Beat, 14/17 (13.Aug.1947), p. 3 (C)

NN: Duke Is Doctor, in: Down Beat, 14/22 (22.Oct.1947), p. 4 (N)

NN: Herman Sits In On Duke’s Recording Session, in: Down Beat, 14/22 (22.Oct.1947), p. 3 (N/photo)

NN: WMCA Signs Duke Ellington for Disc Jockey Series. Composer-Leader Becomes Big Town’s First Major Sepia Platter Sponner, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 22.Nov.1947, p. 17 (F) [digi.copy]

Charles Delaunay: Discographie de Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Hot, 13/18 (Dec.1947), p. 10-11 (D)

NN: Point and Counterpoint. Talk of the Turntables, in: Metronome, 63/12 (Dec.1947), p. 9 (short F: signed to do a transcribed disc jockey show for New York’s WMCA)

NN: Duke Ellington to Open “Duke Ellington’s” Dance Emporium, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 339 (C; reprint, from 1948)

NN: Ellington Presents 2 New Compositions, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 341 (C; reprint, from 1948)

Stuart S. Allen: A Weary Duke Errs by Not Rehearsing with Ork, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 333 (short C; reprint, from 1948)

Ted Hallock: Duke’s Chicago Date Lacks Flair, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 327 (C; reprint, from 1948)

André Hodeir: Les derniers disques d’Ellington, in: Jazz Hot, #19 (Jan.1948), p. 10-11 (F/R)

Jack Egan: Duke’s Bow Real Gone, in: Down Beat, 15/2 (28.Jan.1948), p. 2 (N about Ellington radio show)

Michael Levin: Ellington Pleases Concert Crowd, in: Down Beat, 15/1 (14.Jan.1948), p. 3 (F/C: Carnegie Hall Concert, Dec.1947)

Ted Hallock: Duke’s Chicago Date Lacks Flair, in: Down Beat, 15/2 (28.Jan.1948), p. 6 (F/C)

NN: Duke’s Regal Week Set, in: Down Beat, 15/3 (11.Feb.1948), p. 4 (N) [digi.copy]

Marshall Stearns & Patricia A. Samson: Critic Rapped; Crowds Pleased, in: Down Beat, 15/4 (25.Feb.1948), p. 16-17 (F/C: Carnegie Hall; concert in Cedar Falls, Iowa); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 328 (F/C)

Jack O’Brian: Jack O’Brian on Broadway, in: Zanesville Signal (Zanesville, Ohio), 13.Mar.1948, p. 3 (F/I: about being a disc jockey on the side) [digi.copy]

Eugene T. McCarty: Letters to the Editors. Jazz Tyro is Perplexed, in: Metronome, 64/3 (Mar.1948), p. 10 (letter/C at Masonic Auditorium, Detroit)

Hans Blüthner: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – “Hot and Bothered”; Duke Ellington Solo – “Swampy River” (Odeon 31 746), in: Melodie, 3/3 (Mar.1948), p. 14 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Instantané. Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Hot, #21 (Mar.1948), p. 11 (short F)

NN: Duke Ellington Band, Show Play Paramount, in: New York Amsterdam News, 24.Apr.1948, p. 23 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Undergoes Cyst Operation, in: Down Beat, 15/8 (21.Apr.1948), p. 1 (N)

NN: Ellington, Basie, Jacquet, Plus Sarah Vaughan, At Carnegie, in: New York Amsterdam News, 3.Apr.1948, p. 24 (F) [digi.copy]

Jack Egan: Capsule Comments, in: Down Beat, 15/10 (19.May 1948), p. 12 (C + Ella Fitzgerald)

NN: Duke Ellington and Orchestra Back in Swing. Piano Genius Heads Big Paramount Bill, Features Fitzgerald, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 1.May 1948, p. 15 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Point and Counterpoint. Personalities, in: Metronome, 64/6 (Jun.1948), p. 7 (N: will collaborate with producer Perry Walker on Broadway musical “based upon the conflict between present day American Indians and their elders”)

Thomas E. Lodge: Ellington’s D.C. Bash Postponed, in: Down Beat, 15/12 (16.Jun.1948), p. 2 (F) [digi.copy]

Boris Vian: Le Jazz, in: Combat, 11./12.Jul.1948 (F); Reprint, in: Boris Vian: Écrits sur le jazz. Tome 1: Jazz Hot/Combat, Paris 1981 [book: Christian Bourgois Éditeur], p. 290-291 (F)

Boris Vian: Le plus grand, in: Combat, 18./19.Jul.1948 (F); Reprint, in: Boris Vian: Écrits sur le jazz. Tome 1: Jazz Hot/Combat, Paris 1981 [book: Christian Bourgois Éditeur], p. 291-293 (F)

Boris Vian: Les concerts Ellington, in: Combat, 25./26.Jul.1948 (C); Reprint, in: Boris Vian: Écrits sur le jazz. Tome 1: Jazz Hot/Combat, Paris 1981 [book: Christian Bourgois Éditeur], p. 294-295 (C); German translation, as: Die Ellington-Konzerte, in: Boris Vian: Stolz und Vorurteile. Schriften, Glossen und Kritiken über Jazz, Wien 1990 [book: Hannibal], p. 84-85 (F)

Boris Vian: Ruee d’admirateurs à la Gare du Nord pour accueillir Duke Ellington, in: Combat, 20.Jul.1948 (F); Reprint, in: Boris Vian: Écrits sur le jazz. Tome 1: Jazz Hot/Combat, Paris 1981 [book: Christian Bourgois Éditeur], p. 293-294 (F); German translation, as: Eine Heerschar Bewunderer am Gare du Nord zum Empfang von Duke Ellington, in: Boris Vian: Stolz und Vorurteile. Schriften, Glossen und Kritiken über Jazz, Wien 1990 [book: Hannibal], p. 83-84 (F)

NN: Duke’s Fall Tour Being Arranged, in: Down Beat, 15/15 (28.Jul.1948), p. 1 (N)

Stuart S. Allen: London Largo. A Weary Duke Errs By Not Rehearsing with Ork, in: Down Beat, 15/15 (28.Jul.1948), p. 2 (F/C)

Ernest Borneman: The Duke in Paris, Part I. Diary – 68 Hours Without Sleep, in: Down Beat, 15/17 (25.Aug.1948), p. 6-7 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Alec Wilder: A Look at the Duke, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 258-261 (F; Reprint, from: Saturday Review, 28.Aug.1948)

André Hodeir: Le Duke sur la pente de la facilité? Duke Ellington Plays the Blues, in: Jazz Hot, #25 (Aug/Sep.1948), p. 5-7 (F/A/T: excerpts from “Royal Garden Blues”; “Beale Street Blues”; “Transblucency”; “Memphis Blues”)

Michelle Vian: Duke Ellington à Paris. Les Concerts / Quelques minutes avec Duke, in: Jazz Hot, #25 (Aug/Sep.1948), p. 16-17 (C/I)

NN: Looking Backward. Notes on Ellington, in: The Jazzfinder, 1/9 (Sep.1948), p. 16 (F)

Charles Delaunay: Quand Ellington joue le blues…, in: Jazz Hot, #26 (Oct.1948), p. 7 (F)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Don’t Be So Mean to Baby” / “It’s Mad, Mad, Mad” (Columbia 38295), in: Metronome, 64/10 (Oct.1948), p. 44 (R)

Jack Egan: Webster in Royal Return to Duke, in: Down Beat, 15/24 (1.Dec.1948), p. 1 (F/C)

Thomas E. Lodge Jr.: D.C. Opens New Ellington Nitery, in: Down Beat, 15/26 (29.Dec.1948), p. 17 (F: Clubs called “Ellington” in Washington, D.C.)

NN: Duke Ellington Adds Melodic Nail to Bop’s Coffin in Bop City Debut, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 352 (C; reprint, from 1949)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Sultry Serenade” / “Do Nothing ‘Till You Hear From Me” (Columbia 38363), in: Metronome, 65/1 (Jan.1949), p. 44 (R) [digi.copy]

Boris Vian: Duke Ellington Vampire ou Catalyseur?, in: Combat, 4.Feb.1949 (F); Reprint, in: Boris Vian: Écrits sur le jazz. Tome 1: Jazz Hot/Combat, Paris 1981 [book: Christian Bourgois Éditeur], p. 319-320 (F); Dutch translation, as: Duke Ellington. Vampier of katalysator?, in: Boris Vian: Over jazz. Teksten 1946-1958, Amsterdam 1984 [book: Van Gennep], p. 37-38 (F); German translation, as: Duke Ellington. Vampir oder Katalysator, in: Boris Vian: Stolz und Vorurteile. Schriften, Glossen und Kritiken über Jazz, Wien 1990 [book: Hannibal], p. 94-95 (F)

NN: Ellington Club, in: Ritmo y Melodia (Spain), 5/33 (Feb.1949), p. 7 (N)

NN: The Duke Still Packs ‘Em In, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 12.Feb.1949, p. 20 (short F) [digi.copy]

Kurt Mohr: Miley, Metcalf, Whetsol, Jenkins. The four trumpet soloists on the early Ellingtons, in: Playback, 2/3 (#15, Mar.1949), p. 17 (F)

NN: Cuatro músicos de Ellington y el be-bop, in: Ritmo y Melodia (Spain), 5/34 (Nov.1947), p. 1 (F)

Peter Tanner: Duke Ellington – “Stomp, Look and Listen” / “Air Conditioned Jungle” (Columbia DB 2504), in: Jazz Journal, 2/4 (Apr.1949), p. 8 (R) [digi.copy]

“fr”: Der “Duke” spielte für mich…, in: Melodie, 4/5 (May 1949), p. 11 (F) [digi.copy]

H. Meunier Harris: An Ellington Investigation, in: Jazz Notes, #93 (May 1949), p. 12-15 (F/D)

NN: Hot-Jazz, in: Melodie, 4/5 (May 1949), p. 13 (N: 6th concert at Carnegie Hall) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-Profile 3. Der “Duke” ist 50 Jahre alt, in: Melodie, 4/5 (May 1949), p. 2, 10 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington and his Rhythm / Orchestra – “Frankie and Johnnie” / “Memphis blues” (HMV B. 9690), in: Orkester Journalen, 17/6 (Jun.1949), p. 28 (R)

Rolf Dahlgren: Duke Ellington and his orchestra – “Memphis Blues”; “Frankie and Johnnie” (HMV B 9690), in: Estrad, 11/6 (Jun.1949), p. 15 (R)

NN: Lightly and Politely. 56. Record Review by the Three Sluices. Duke Ellington – “Rockabye River” / “Snafu” (H.M.V. B9785), in: Jazz Journal, 2/8 (Aug.1949), p. 7 (R) [digi.copy]

Peter Tanner: Duke Ellington – “Rockabye River” / “Beale Street Blues” (H.M.V. B9785), in: Jazz Journal, 2/8 (Aug.1949), p. 10 (R) [digi.copy]

Wolf Gerbry: Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Home, 1/5 (Aug.1949), p. 14-15 (F) [digi.copy]

Peter Tanner: Duke Ellington – “Transblucency” / “St. Louos Blues” (H.M.V. B9794), in: Jazz Journal, 2/9 (Sep.1949), p. 10 (R) [digi.copy]

Roy Voysey: Things Ain’t What They Used to Be. Random Recollections of Ellingtonia, in: Jazz Notes, #96 (Sep.1949), p. 3-4 (F)

NN: Lightly and Politely, in: Jazz Journal, 2/10 (Oct.1949), p. 7 (F: Down Beat interview on records killing jazz; playing for dancing) [digi.copy]

Rolf Dahlgren: Duke Ellington and his orch. – “Rockabye River” / “Beale Street Blues” (HMV B 9785), in: Estrad, 11/10 (Oct.1949), p. 15 (R)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Women” / “Change My Ways” (Columbia 38576), in: Metronome, 65/11 (Nov.1949), p. 46 (R)

Sinclair Traill: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – “Hy’a Sue” / “Progressive Gavotte” (Columbia D.B. 2566), in: Jazz Journal, 2/11 (Nov.1949), p. 9 (R) [digi.copy]

Claes Dahlgren: U.S.A.-intervju i fickformat. Duke Ellington, in: Orkester Journalen, 17/12 (Dec.1949), p. 21 (F/I)

Sinclair Traill: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra – “On A Turquoise Cloud” / “Golden Cress” (Columbia DB 2591), in: Jazz Journal, 2/12 (Dec.1949), p. 6 (R) [digi.copy]

Jack Sohmer: Duke Ellington – Newport Jazz Festival Suite / Jeep’s Blues / Diminuendo and Crescendo in Blue, in: Down Beat, 56/9 (Sep.1989), p. 56 (R; Reprint, from Down Beat, 1950s)

Hugues Panassié: Duke Ellington, in: British Forces Network, #8 (1950) (excerpt from “The Real Jazz”)

J. Martin: Ein großes Erlebnis – eine große Enttäuschung, in: British Forces Network, #8 (1950)

J. Martin: The men Around the Duke, in: British Forces Network, #8 (1950)

J. Martin: Unser “Date with the Duke”, in: British Forces Network, #8 (1950)

K. Weirup: Impressionen in Seria, in: British Forces Network, #8 (1950)

L. Perowne: Duke Ellington, in: British Forces Network, #8 (1950)

NN: Discography “Duke Ellington and his Orchestra”, in: British Forces Network, #8 (1950)

NN: Duke Ellington en Europe. Les musiciens de son orchestre, in: Jazz Hot, 16/43 (1950), p. 13-15

NN: Duke Ellington in Hamburg, 1950, in: Horst Ansin & Marc Dröscher & Jürgen Foth & Gerhard Klußmeier (eds.): Anglo-German Swing Club. Als der Swing zurück nach Hamburg kam… Dokumente 1945-1952, Hamburg 2003 [book: Dölling und Galitz Verlag], p. 489-490 (photos/program leaflet) [digi.copy]

Noel Arnaud & Jacques Bureau & Michel Philippot & Max Bucaille: Duke Ellington, Paris 1950 [vert.file]

Raymond Fol: Duke Ellington, pianiste, in: Jazz Hot, 16/43 (1950), p. 17ff.

“Collector”: Skivor in bör ha. Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra – “Harlem Air Shaft” / “Sepia Panorama” (Victor 26731; HMV B9135; HMV Sw JK 2115), in: Orkester Journalen, 18/1 (Jan.1950), p. 26 (R)

Guy Montassut & Jean Gruyer: Connaissance du Grand Orchestre. IV: Portrait de Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Hot, #40 (Jan.1950), p. 8-9 (F); part 2: Duke Ellington, l’arrangeur, in: Jazz Hot, #41 (Feb.1950), p. 7-9 (F); part 3: Duke Ellington. Panorama de l’oeuvre 1940 1950, in: Jazz Hot, #43 (Apr.1950), p. 10-12, 20 (F); part 4: Retour sur les concerts Ellington, in: Jazz Hot, #45 (Jun.1950), p. 18, 20 (F)

Sinclair Traill: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – “Warm Valley” / “Suddenly It Jumped” (HMV B9847), in: Jazz Journal, 3/1 (Jan.1950), p. 11 (R) [digi.copy]

Alber S. Otto: The Duke – ath the half century mark, in: Jazz Journal, 3/2 (Feb.1950), p. 12 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Yearly Ducal Ceremony Set for Feb. 5 in Chicago. ‘Beat’ Will Again Sponsor Ellington Chicago Concert, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 355 (F; reprint, from: Down Beat, 10.Feb.1950)

Boris Vian: In Sachen Orchester Duke Ellington [p. 156-160 (F; O: Jazz News, Mar.1950)]; Duke Ellington in Paris [p. 161-163 (F; O: Jazz News, Apr.1950)], in: Boris Vian: Rundherum um Mitternacht. Schriften, Glossen und Kritiken über Jazz, Wien 1989 [book]

Boris Vian: Les grandes figures. A propos de l’orchestre Ellington, in: Jazz News [France], #9 (Mar.1950), p. 4-5 (F); Reprint, in: Boris Vian: Autres écrits sur le jazz. Tome 2, Paris 1982 [book: Christian Bourgois Éditeur], p. 50-53 (F)

George Hoefer: Ellington’s Annual Chicago Concert ‘A Gala Evening’, in: Down Beat, 17/5 (10.Mar.1950), p. 7 (F/C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part One: The Life of Duke Ellington 1927-1950, Cambridge 1999 [book: Vail Publishing], p. 356 (C)

Peter Tanner: Duke Ellington – “Sultry Serenade” / “Lady of the Lavender Mist” (Columbia DB 2623), in: Jazz Journal, 3/3 (Mar.1950), p. 6 (R) [digi.copy]

Tom Cundall: Duke Ellington’s Washingtonians – “Li’l Farina” / “Animal Crackers” (Tempo R 17), in: Jazz Journal, 3/3 (Mar.1950), p. 6 (R) [digi.copy]

Boris Vian: Duke Ellington a Paris, in: Jazz News [France], #10 (Apr.1950), p. 7 (F); Reprint, in: Boris Vian: Autres écrits sur le jazz. Tome 2, Paris 1982 [book: Christian Bourgois Éditeur], p. 56-58 (F)

Boris Vian: Duke Ellington au Palais de Chaillot, in: Combat, 13.Apr.1950 (C); Reprint, in: Boris Vian: Écrits sur le jazz. Tome 1: Jazz Hot/Combat, Paris 1981 [book: Christian Bourgois Éditeur], p. 356-357 (C)

Boris Vian: Ellington-Variations, in: Combat, 25.Apr.1950 (F); Reprint, in: Boris Vian: Écrits sur le jazz. Tome 1: Jazz Hot/Combat, Paris 1981 [book: Christian Bourgois Éditeur], p. 357-358 (F)

Boris Vian: L’Orchestre Ellington une formidable machine, in: Combat, 7.Apr.1950 (F); Reprint, in: Boris Vian: Écrits sur le jazz. Tome 1: Jazz Hot/Combat, Paris 1981 [book: Christian Bourgois Éditeur], p. 355-356 (F)

Charles Delaunay: Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Hot, #43 (Apr.1950), p. 7 (F)

Claude Bolling: Mise en garde, in: Jazz Hot, #43 (Apr.1950), p. 17 (F)

J.H.: Le Duke parmi nous, in: Jazz Hot, #43 (Apr.1950), p. 5 (F)

Jean-Jacques Gaspard: Du “Creole Love Call” à Kay Davis, in: Jazz Hot, #43 (Apr.1950), p. 16 (F)

NN: Discographie de Duke Ellington et son Orchestre, in: Jazz Hot, #43 (Apr.1950), p. 8-9, 18 (D)

NN: Duke Ellington en Europe. Les musiciens de son Orchestra, in: Jazz Hot, #43 (Apr.1950), p. 13-16 (F)

NN: L’histoire de l’orchestre Duke Ellington (1923-1950), in: Jazz Hot, #43 (Apr.1950), p. 8-9 (F)

Olaf Syman: Jazz News. Nun auch der “Duke” für Deutschland verloren, in: Anglo-German Swing Club News Sheet, #6 (Apr.1950) (short F); reprint, in: Horst Ansin & Marc Dröscher & Jürgen Foth & Gerhard Klußmeier (eds.): Anglo-German Swing Club. Als der Swing zurück nach Hamburg kam… Dokumente 1945-1952, Hamburg 2003 [book: Dölling und Galitz Verlag], p. 152 (short F) [digi.copy]

Raymond Fol: Duke Ellington, pianiste, in: Jazz Hot, #43 (Apr.1950), p. 17 (F)

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Ellington. Schwarze Musik, in: Der Spiegel, 4/19 (11.May 1950), p. 40 (F) [digi.copy]

“S.T.”: Animalisch und hochtechnisch. Duke Ellington in der Musikhalle, in: Hamburger Abendblatt, 30.May 1950 (C); reprint, in: Swinging Hamburg Journal, 12/1, #44 (2013), p. 36 (C)

André Hodeir: L’Orchestre d’Ellington à Paris. Les délices de capoue, in: Jazz Hot, #44 (May 1950), p. 22-23 (F/C)

Carlos Radzitzky: Ellington au Casino d’Albert Plage, in: Jazz Hot [Hot Club Magazine (Belgium)], #44 (May 1950), p. 35-36 (F/C)

Charles Delaunay: L’Orchestre Ellington à Paris, in: Jazz Hot, #44 (May 1950), p. 21 (C)

Frank Ténot (aka “Le Raisin Moisi”): Fausses Notes. La Grande OEuvre du Duke, in: Jazz Hot, #44 (May 1950), p. 4 (F); reprint, in: Frank Ténot: Frankly Speaking. Chroniques de Jazz de 1944 à 2004, Paris 2004 [book: Editions du Layeur], p. 38 (F)

Jean de Trazegnies: Le Duke joué pour ses amis, in: Jazz Hot [Hot Club Magazine (Belgium)], #44 (May 1950), p. 36 (C)

Jean-Jacques Gaspard: Ellington à Paris. Les solistes, in: Jazz Hot, #44 (May 1950), p. 24 (F/C)

NN: Letzte Nachrichten, in: Anglo-German Swing Club News Sheet, #7 (May 1950) (short F: 2 concerts planned in Germany); reprint, in: Horst Ansin & Marc Dröscher & Jürgen Foth & Gerhard Klußmeier (eds.): Anglo-German Swing Club. Als der Swing zurück nach Hamburg kam… Dokumente 1945-1952, Hamburg 2003 [book: Dölling und Galitz Verlag], p. 176 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: Pfeife in Paris, in: Anglo-German Swing Club news Sheet, #7 (May 1950) (C); reprint, in: Horst Ansin & Marc Dröscher & Jürgen Foth & Gerhard Klußmeier (eds.): Anglo-German Swing Club. Als der Swing zurück nach Hamburg kam… Dokumente 1945-1952, Hamburg 2003 [book: Dölling und Galitz Verlag], p. 169 (C) [digi.copy]

“Le spectateur”: Duke Ellington à Lausanne, in: Jazz Hot [Jazz-Revue (Switzerland)], #45 (Jun.1950), p. 39-40 (C)

Børge J.C. Møller & Erik Wiedemann: Hvem er hvem i Ellington orkester, in: Jazz Information (Denmark), 1/5 (Jun/Jul.1950), p. 9-14 (F)

Claude Abadie: Réflexions sur le passage de Duke Ellington, in: Jazz News [France], #11 (Jun.1950), p. 6 (C)

Duke Ellington: The Duke’s Address to All Club Members, in: Anglo-German Swing Club News Sheet, #8 (Jun.1950); reprint, in: Horst Ansin & Marc Dröscher & Jürgen Foth & Gerhard Klußmeier (eds.): Anglo-German Swing Club. Als der Swing zurück nach Hamburg kam… Dokumente 1945-1952, Hamburg 2003 [book: Dölling und Galitz Verlag], p. 181 (short “I”) [digi.copy]

Erik Wiedemann: Historien om Duke Ellington og hans orkester, in: Jazz Information (Denmark), 1/5 (Jun/Jul.1950), p. 4-8 (F)

Günther Knud Weirup: Impressionen in Sepia, in: Anglo-German Swing Club News Sheet, #8 (Jun.1950) (C: Hamburg, Musikhalle); reprint, in: Horst Ansin & Marc Dröscher & Jürgen Foth & Gerhard Klußmeier (eds.): Anglo-German Swing Club. Als der Swing zurück nach Hamburg kam… Dokumente 1945-1952, Hamburg 2003 [book: Dölling und Galitz Verlag], p. 192-194 (C: Hamburg, Musikhalle) [digi.copy]

J. Vermont: Duek Ellington. Les bienfaits de la critique, in: Jazz News [France], #11 (Jun.1950), p. 4.5 (C)

Jack Martin: Ein grosses Erlebnis – eine grosse Enttäuschung, in: Anglo-German Swing Club News Sheet, #8 (Jun.1950) (C: Hamburg, Musikhalle); reprint, in: Horst Ansin & Marc Dröscher & Jürgen Foth & Gerhard Klußmeier (eds.): Anglo-German Swing Club. Als der Swing zurück nach Hamburg kam… Dokumente 1945-1952, Hamburg 2003 [book: Dölling und Galitz Verlag], p. 190-192 (C: Hamburg, Musikhalle) [digi.copy]

Jack Martin: grundsätzliches, in: Anglo-German Swing Club News Sheet, #8 (Jun.1950) (F); reprint, in: Horst Ansin & Marc Dröscher & Jürgen Foth & Gerhard Klußmeier (eds.): Anglo-German Swing Club. Als der Swing zurück nach Hamburg kam… Dokumente 1945-1952, Hamburg 2003 [book: Dölling und Galitz Verlag], p. 187-189 (F) [digi.copy]

Jack Martin: Publikümliches, in: Anglo-German Swing Club News Sheet, #8 (Jun.1950) (F: Hamburg concert); reprint, in: Horst Ansin & Marc Dröscher & Jürgen Foth & Gerhard Klußmeier (eds.): Anglo-German Swing Club. Als der Swing zurück nach Hamburg kam… Dokumente 1945-1952, Hamburg 2003 [book: Dölling und Galitz Verlag], p. 196 (F: Hamburg concert) [digi.copy]

Jack Martin: Splitter, in: Anglo-German Swing Club News Sheet, #8 (Jun.1950) (F/short I with Johnny Hodges, Ernie Royal, Ray Nance, Billy Strayhorn, Al Kilian, Jimmy Hamilton, Don Byas, Sonny Greer, Lawrence Brown, Kay Davis)

Leslie Perowne: Duke Ellington, in: Anglo-German Swing Club News Sheet, #8 (Jun.1950) (F); reprint, in: Horst Ansin & Marc Dröscher & Jürgen Foth & Gerhard Klußmeier (eds.): Anglo-German Swing Club. Als der Swing zurück nach Hamburg kam… Dokumente 1945-1952, Hamburg 2003 [book: Dölling und Galitz Verlag], p. 182 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Discographie. Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, in: Anglo-German Swing Club News Sheet, #8 (Jun.1950) (D); reprint, in: Horst Ansin & Marc Dröscher & Jürgen Foth & Gerhard Klußmeier (eds.): Anglo-German Swing Club. Als der Swing zurück nach Hamburg kam… Dokumente 1945-1952, Hamburg 2003 [book: Dölling und Galitz Verlag] (D) [digi.copy]

Arthur Goepfert: Ellington and Goodman visit Switzerland, in: DEMS Bulletin, Apr/Jul.2008 (C; reprint from Jazz Journal, Jul.1950) [digi.copy]

Jean de Trazegnies: Un peu de justice pour les Maitres, S.V.P.! En marge des concerts Ellington, in: Jazz Hot [Hot Club Magazine (Belgium)], #46 (Jul/Aug.1950), p. 30 (F)

NN: Personalien. Duke Ellington, in: Der Spiegel, 13.Sep.1950, p. 31 (N: pthinks about suing American Communist party because they claim he signed the Stockholm Appeal against nuclear weapons) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke in Theaters. Al Hibbler Back, in: Down Beat, 17/19 (22.Sep.1950), p. 1 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 6 (N)

Gérard Pochonet: “Duke” à la Salle Wagram, in: Jazz Hot, #47 (Sep.1950), p. 28 (C)

Duke Ellington: Duke Ellington Selects. The Best in Jazz, in: Coronet Magazine, 1951 (“I” about jazz, Benny Goodman, Louis Armstrong, Coleman Hwakins, Tommy Dorsey, Bing Crosby, Sarah Vaughan, Django Reinhardt, Oscar Pettiford) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Duke’s Programme was Spectacular (Report from New York), in: Rhythm Club Hamburg, #2 (1951), p. **

Leonard Feather: Duke Readies New Works for Met Opera House Bow, in: Down Beat, 18/2 (26.Jan.1951), p. 1 (F/I); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 10 (F/I)

NN: ‘Beat’ Again to Sponsor Duke’s Chicago CVoncert, in: Down Beat, ca. Jan.1951 (F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 12 (F)

Leonard Feather: Duke’s Programm was spectacular!. An extract from the special report Leonard Feather sent from New York, in: British Forces Network Rhythm Club News, Feb.1951 (C); reprint, in: Horst Ansin & Marc Dröscher & Jürgen Foth & Gerhard Klußmeier (eds.): Anglo-German Swing Club. Als der Swing zurück nach Hamburg kam… Dokumente 1945-1952, Hamburg 2003 [book: Dölling und Galitz Verlag], p. 382-383 (C) [digi.copy]

Michael Levin: Duke’s Concert ‘Best in Years’, in: Down Beat, 18/4 (23.Feb.1951), p. 1-2 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 11 (C)

NN: New Drummer Joins Ellington, in: Down Beat, 18/4 (23.Feb.1951), p. 6 (N: Bill Clark); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 12 (N)

NN: New Musicians Mean a New Sound in My Band: Ellington, in: Down Beat, ca. Feb.1951 (F/I); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 14 (F/I)

NN: Proceeds from L’Affaire Duke Go to NAACP, in: Down Beat, 18/4 (23.Feb.1951), p. 1 (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 12 (short F)

Leonard Feather: Duke Ellington au Metropolitan Opera, in: Jazz Hot, #53 (Mar.1951), p. 20-21 (F/C)

NN: Duke Ellington Selects: The Best in Jazz, in: Coronet Magazine, Mar.1951, p. 121-124 (F/I: Ellington about Louis Armstrong, Benny Goodman, Coleman Hawkins, Tommy Dorsey, Bing Crosby, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Lena Horne, Django Reinhardt, Oscar Pettiford, Gene Krupa, Art Tatum, Lionel Hampton, Red Norvo) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Hires Tizol, Lou Bellson, Smith, in: Down Beat, ca. Mar.1951 (F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 14 (F)

Barry Ulanov: Concert of the Year. Duke Ellington, in: Metronome, 67/4 (Apr.1951), p. 17, 22 (C: at Metropolitan Opera House; photo with Lena Horne)

Claes Dahlgren: Nytt från New York. Duke har besvärligt, in: Orkester Journalen, 19/4 (Apr.1951), p. 12-13 (short F)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Build That Railroad” / “Love You Madly” (Columbia 39110), in: Metronome, 67/4 (Apr.1951), p. 26 (R)

NN: Jazz-Nachrichten. Hodges, Brown und Greer verließen Ellington, in: Jazz Tempo, 1/1 (Apr.1951), p. 12 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: The Ellingtonians – “Stormy Weather” / “Cherry” (Mercer 1956), in: Metronome, 67/4 (Apr.1951), p. 26 (R)

Jack Tracy: Ellington Crew ‘Powerful, Thrilling’, in: Down beat, ca. Mar.1951 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 15 (C)

NN: Duke Plays Birdland, in: Down Beat, ca. May 1951 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 16 (N)

NN: Duke Subs for BG as Longhair Deejay, in: Down Beat, ca. May 1951 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 18 (N)

NN: Jazz-Nachrichten. Ellington “sehr lebhaft und mitreißend”, in: Jazz Tempo, 1/2 (May 1951), p. 15 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Point and Counterpoint. When Johnny Left the Duke, in: Metronome, 67/5 (May 1951), p. 5

NN: Duke to Do Huge Benefit, in: Down Beat, ca. Jun.1951 (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 18 (short F)

“Cefi”: Utmärkt Ellington-film, in: Orkester Journalen, 19/6 (Jun.1951), p. 7 (short F: “Narkotikaligan”)

Barbara Hodgkins: New Men to Continue to Inspire Ellington Band, in: Down Beat, ca. Jun.1951 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 19 (C)

NN: Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra – “Tell ya what I’m gonna do” / “Royal garden blues” (HMV J.O. 242), in: Orkester Journalen, 19/6 (Jun.1951), p. 22 (R)

NN: Duke’s Birdland Success Brings Fast return Date, in: Down Beat, ca. Jun.1951, (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 20 (short F)

NN: Ellington Draws 9,000 to Concert, in: Down Beat, ca. Jun.1951 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 19 (C)

NN: Maynard Turns Down Offer from Ellington, in: Down Beat, ca. Jun.1951 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 20 (N)

NN: NBC Symphony, Ellington Band To Play Concert, in: Down Beat, ca. Jun.1951 (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 19 (short F)

Ted Warner: Hört I Chicago. Dukes band bättre än någonsin, in: Orkester Journalen, 19/6 (Jun.1951), p. 12 (short F)

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Ellington. Tee für zwei, in: Der Spiegel, 5/35 (1951), p. 27-28 (F: writes music for Arturo Toscanini) [digi.copy]

Claes Dahlgren: Nytt från New York, in: Orkester Journalen, 19/8 (Aug.1951), p. 10 (C)

Heinz Friedrich: Jazz in der Metropolitan-Oper, in: VierViertel, 5/8 (Aug.1951), p. 31-33 (C: Ellington-Orchester)

Jack Tracy: Chicago Band Briefs. Duke to End Dearth of Big Jazz Orks in Chicago, in: Down Beat, ca. Aug.1951 (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 22 (short F)

Jack Tracy: Duke Ellington # “Fancy Dan”, “The Hawk Talks” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, ca. Aug.1951 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 22 (R)

NN: Duke 1951, in: Metronome, 67/8 (Aug.1951), p. 11-13, 22

NN: Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra – “Caravan” / “Solitude” (HMV X 7718); “It don’t mean a thing” / “Sophistcated lady” (HMV X 7717), in: Orkester Journalen, 19/8 (Aug.1951), p. 18 (R)

NN: Duke to Play 1st Philly Nitery, in: Down Beat, ca. Aug.1951 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 24 (N)

NN: Ellington Settles Booking Hassels, in: Down Beat, ca. Aug.1951 (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 22 (short F)

NN: Ellington, Sarah, Nat Packaged for Tour, in: Down Beat, ca. Aug.1951 (F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 24 (F)

NN: Ellington. Tee für zwei, in: Der Spiegel, 29.Aug.1951 (F) [vert.file]

Ulf Linde: Jump for Joy, in: Orkester Journalen, 19/8 (Aug.1951), p. 9 (F)

Bill Coss: Duke Ellington, Lewisohn Stadium/Birdland, in: Metronome, 67/9 (Sep.1951), p. 19-20 (C)

Leonard Feather: Nat, Sarah, Duke Troupe Hits NYC, in: Down Beat, ca. Sep.1951 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 25 (C)

NN: Duke Files Complaint Vs. French Disc Bootleggers, in: Down Beat, ca. Sep.1951 (F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 24 (F)

NN: Joanne Norris With Ellington, in: Los Angeles Sentinel, 27.Sep.1951, p. B3 (N) [digi.copy]

George Hoefer: Duke Ellington – “Mood Indigo”, “Sophisticated Lady”; “The Tatooed Bride”; “Solitude” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, ca. Oct.1951 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 27 (R)

NN: Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra – “Prelude to a kiss” / “Black and tan fantasy” (HMV J.O. 243); “Mood Indigo” / “It don’t mean a thing” (HMV J.O. 264); “Solitude” / “Black beauty” (HMV J.O. 249), in: Orkester Journalen, 19/10 (Oct.1951), p. 28-29 (R)

NN: Hibbler Leaves Duke Ellington, in: Down Beat, ca. Oct.1951 (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 27 (short F)

Olof G. Nilsson: The Duke of Sugar Hill, in: Orkester Journalen, 19/11 (Nov.1951), p. 8 (F)

Barry Ulanov: Duke Ellington, in: Barry Ulanov: The History of Jazz in America, New York 1952 [book: The Viking Press], p. 209-221 (F) [digi.copy]

Lucien Malson: Duke Ellington, in: Lucien Malson: Que sais-je? Les maitres du jazz, Paris 1952 [book], p. 92 (F)

Ralph J. Gleason: A Ducal Calendar 1952-1974, in: Ralph J. Gleason: Celebrating the Duke…, New York 1975 [book], p. 169-262 (F; Reprint, from: San Francisco Chronicle, 1952-1974)

Rex Harris: Jazz, Harmondsworth, Essex 1952 [book: Penguin Books], p. 154-164 (F: chapter “The Indluence of European Orthodoxy in Arrangement”)

NN: ‘Best Since Ivie’ Says Duke of New Singer, in: Down Beat, ca. Jan.1952 (short F/I about Debbie Andrews); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 31 (short F/I)

NN: Cat Anderson Hurt; Ellington Adds Trumpets, in: Down Beat, 19/1 (11.Jan.1952), p. 1 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 29 (N)

Stanley Dance: Lightly and Politely. Notebook of a Nonconformist, in: Jazz Journal, 5/1 (Jan.1952), p. 8-9 (F)

NN: Bandleader Duke Ellington, Manager of Globetrotters Jailed In San Antonio, in: Lubbock Texas Evening Journal, 14.Feb.1952 (F: arrested in an investigation on after-hours drinking) [digi.copy]

Pierre Gazères: Sur quelques disques de Duke Ellington., in: Jazz Hot, #63 (Feb.1952), p. 16, 20 (F)

Ralph J. Gleason: Duke’s Band ‘Magnificent’ in San Francisco Concert, in: Down Beat, ca. Feb.1952 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 32 (C)

NN: Booking Mixup Snafus Ellington dates in Frisco, in: Down Beat, ca. Mar.1952 (F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 33 (F)

NN: Ellington, Kenton ‘Cutting Contest’, in: Down Beat, ca. Mar.1952 (F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 33 (F)

Ted Hallock: Things Ain’t What They Used to Be with Ellington’s Band, in: Down Beat, ca. Mar.1952 (F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 35 (F); response, by Charles Mingus Jr. & Duke Ellington, in: Down Beat, ca. May 1952 (letter); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 38 (F/letter)

NN: Duke Ellington – “VIP’s Boogie”, “Jam With Sam” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, 19/8 (18.Apr.1952), p. 14-15 (R) [digi.copy]

The Coronets – “Moonlight fiesta” / “Caravan” (Jazz Selection 4004); Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra – “Portrait of the Lion” / “Something to live for” (Parlophone D.P. 288), in: Orkester Journalen, 20/4 (Apr.1952), p. 26-27 (R)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Bensonality”; “Blues at Sundown” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, ca. May 1952 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 39 (R)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Balcony Serenade”, “Dancers in Love”, “Strange Feeling”, “Coloratura”, in: Down Beat, ca. Jun.1952 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 40 (R)

NN: Duke, Singers Cut for Col., in: Down Beat, ca. Jun.1952 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 40 (N)

NN: Duke’s ‘Perfume Suite’ Set For RCA Release, in: Down Beat, 19/11 (4.Jun.1952), p. 12 (N)

NN: Rocking Chair Not for Duke, Despite 25 Restless Years, in: Down Beat, ca. Jul.1952 (F/I); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 41 (F/I)

George Simon: The New Duke Ellington. He now has a great jumping band and he also has some new and colourful germs, in: Metronome, 68/9 (Sep.1952), p. 10-11, 33 (F/I)

George T. Simon: The New Duke Ellington. He now has a jumping band and he also has some new and colorful germs, in: George T. Simon: Simon Says. The Sights and Sounds of the Swing Era, 1935-1955, New York 1971 [book], p. 35-36 (F/I; Reprint, from: Metronome, Sep.1952)

Billy Strayhorn: The Ellington Effect, in: Down Beat, 19/22 (5.Nov.1952), p. 4 (F)

Billy Strayhorn: The Ellington Effect, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 269-270 (F; Reprint, from: Down Beat, 5.Nov.1952)

Duke Ellington: Duke Tells Of 10 Top Thrills In 25 Years. Ellington Recalls European Tour, Carnegie, Met Concerts and Other Career Highlights, in: Down Beat, 19/22 (5.Nov.1952), p. 1, 7, 18 (“I”); reprint, in: Frank Alkyer & Ed Enright (eds.): Down Beat. The Great Jazz Interviews. A 75th Anniversary Anthology, New York 2009 [book: Hal Leonard Books], p. 44-46 (“I”)

George Hoefer: A Duke Discography, in: Down Beat, 19/22 (5.Nov.1952), p. 17 (D)

George Hoefer: The Hot Box. The Odd Adventures Of Ellington Disc Collectors, in: Down Beat, 19/22 (5.Nov.1952), p. 18 (F)

Hal Webman: Editorial. ‘Beat’ Congratulates A Genius – Edward Kennedy Ellington, in: Down Beat, 19/22 (5.Nov.1952), p. 1, 8 (F)

Hal Webman: Stars, Sidemen & Scribes Salute Duke And His Discs, in: Down Beat, 19/22 (5.Nov.1952), p. 2-6, 13, 15-16 (F/short I with Woody Herman, Billy Eckstine, Stan Kenton, Ted Heath, Jackie Gleason, James B. Conkling, Milton Berle, Lionel Hampton, Arthur Fiedler, Norman Granz, Sammy Kaye, Mitch Miller, Hal McIntyre, Les Brown, Peggy Lee, Percy Faith, Deems Taylor, Rob Darrell, Ralph Flanagan, Lena Horne, Lennie Tristano, Russ Morgan, John Hammond, Frank Sinatra, Erroll Garner, Ralph Burns, Pee Wee Russell, Irvin Mills, Johnnie Ray, Charles Emge, Hal Webman, Gordon Jenkins, Buddy Morrow, Lizzie Miles, Leonard Feather, Mike Nevard, George Hoefer, Joe Delaney, Henry F. Whiston, Jack Tracy, Andre Kostelanetz, Dave Garroway, Cole Porter)

Irving Mills: I Split With Duke When Music Began Sidetracking, in: Down Beat, 19/22 (5.Nov.1952), p. 6 (F); reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 273-276 (F)

Leonard Feather: Duke Ellington, Birdland, in: Down Beat, ca. Nov.1952 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 47 (C)

Leonard Feather: Music World Salutes The Duke. The Full Ellington Story Up To His Silver Jubilee, in: Down Beat, 19/22 (5.Nov.1952), p. 1, 15, 19 (F)

Nat Hentoff: Counterpoint. Lost In Meditation, in: Down Beat, 19/22 (5.Nov.1952), p. 8, 17 (F)

Ned E. Williams: Reminiscing In Tempo – Ned On Early Ellingtonia, in: Down Beat, 19/22 (5.Nov.1952), p. 14 (F)

Ned Williams: Early Ellingtonia, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 271-273 (F; Reprint, from: Down Beat, 5.Nov.1952)

NN: 10 Top Thrills in 25 Years, in: Down Beat, 5.Nov.1952 (“I”); Reprint, in: Ellington on Career Highlights, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 265-268 (I); Reprint, in: Down Beat, 66/7 (Jul.1999), p. 80-81 (“I”)

NN: Duke Carnegie Concert Set, in: Down Beat, 19/22 (5.Nov.1952), p. 1 (short F: Nov.14, 1952)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Smada” / “Come On Home” (Okeh), in: Down Beat, 19/22 (5.Nov.1952), p. 11 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 45 (R)

NN: Lists of Favorites, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 268-269 (F; Reprint, from: Down Beat, 5.Nov.1952)

NN: The Duke’s Men, Past and Present, in: Down Beat, 19/22 (5.Nov.1952), p. 9 (short F/photos)

Ralph J. Gleason: Swingin’ The Golden Gate. Duke Exites, Mystifies Without Any Pretention, in: Down Beat, 19/22 (5.Nov.1952), p. 18 (C)

Rob Darrell: Premature Ellington Fan Pays a Mature Tribute, in: Down Beat, 19/22 (5.Nov.1952), p. 4 (F)

Stanley Dance: Lightly and Politely. Ellington Silver Jubilee, in: Jazz Journal, 5/11 (Nov.1952), p. 3 (F)

Ed Sullivan: Chords and Discords. TV Host-Columnist Sullivan Corrects An ‘Inaccurate Crack’, in: Down Beat, 19/24 (3.Dec.1952), p. 13 (letter) [digi.copy]

Elliot Horne & Don Swenson & James K. Bernstein & Leslie W. Harris: Chords And Discords. Duke’s Down Beat, in: Down Beat, 19/25 (17.Dec.1952), p. 15 (letters)

Les Mallows: The Ellington Gap of 1937-1939, in: Jazz Journal, 5/12 (Dec.1952), p. 16-17 (F); part 2, in: Jazz Journal, 6/1 (Jan.1953), p. 15 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: “Duke Ellington” (Victor), in: Down Beat, 19/24 (3.Dec.1952), p. 15 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Chi Celebrates Duke’s Jubilee, in: Down Beat, ca. Dec.1952 (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 49 (short F)

NN: Duke Ellinton – Erratum, in: Down Beat, 19/26 (31.Dec.1952), p. 11 (N: correction of review of Ellington’s “Warm Valley” / “Dusk”)

NN: Music Scene In Focus. Ellington Jubilee Tribute, in: Down Beat, 19/25 (17.Dec.1952), p. 11 (short F/photos: Duke Ellington, Dave Brubeck, Buddy DeFranco, Perry Watkins, Tamara Hayes, Juanita Hall, Art Ford)

NN: The Eras, in: Down Beat, 19/24 (3.Dec.1952), p. 16 (short F/I) [digi.copy]

Barry Ulanov: Duke 25 Years Later, in: Metronome Yearbook 1953 (1953), p. 54-57

C. Wilford: A Festival for Duke (at Pasadena’s Civic Auditorium), in: Melody Maker, 29/1022 (1953), p. 3 (C)

E. Jackson: Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, in: Melody Maker, 29/1045 (1953), p. 12 (R)

G. Legrand: Puissances du Duke, in: Jazz Hot, 19/82 (1953), p. 8-11

Gérard Legrand: Duke Ellington, ou Le temps n’a pas de prise, in: Gérard Legrand: Puissances du Jazz, Paris 1953 [book], p. 119-151 (F)

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Das Jazzbuch. Entwicklung und Bedeutung der Jazzmusik, Frankfurt/Main 1953 [book: Fischer Bücherei], p. 46-54 (F)

NN: “Duke Ellington Festival”, in: Der Drummer, 2/1953, p. 6 (N: festival in Pasadena/CA) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Disappoints, in: Melody Maker, 29/1052 (1953), p. 5

NN: Duke ist da, in: Stern, 6/10 (1953), p. 4 (photo essay)

NN: Duke’s Switch to Capitol, in: Melody Maker, 29/1024 (1953), p. 6-7

NN: Subject: Edward Kennedy (Duke) Ellington, in: , 1953-1971 (F: FBI file on Duke Ellington) [digi.copy]

Ralph J. Gleason & Murray Kempton: Two Views of Duke Ellington, in: Eddie Condon & Richard Gehman (Hgg.): Eddie Condon’s Treasury of Jazz, New York 1956 [book], p. 245-249 (F; Reprint, from: San Francisco Chronicle, 1953; New York Post, 1954)

Bill Coss: Duke Ellington & Co, Carnegie Hall/NY, in: Metronome, 69/1 (Jan.1953), p. 19, 32 (C)

Leonard Feather: Feather’s Nest, in: Down Beat, 20/1 (14.Jan.1953), p. 18 (F: Duke Ellington, Stan Kenton, Woody Herman)

NN: Chi Celebrates Duke’s Jubilee, in: Down Beat, 20/1 (14.Jan.1953), p. 1 (short F)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Perdido” / “Take the ‘A’ Train” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, 20/2 (28.Jan.1953), p. 14 (R)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Perdido”, “Take the ‘A’ Train” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, ca. Jan.1953 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 50 (R)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Rock Skippin’ at the Blue Note”, “The Vulture Song” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, ca. Mar.1953 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 53 (R)

NN: Music Scene In Focus. Chicago Honored Duke Ellington, in: Down Beat, 20/3 (11.Feb.1953), p. 7 (N/photo: Duke Ellington, Willie Mabon)

Don Freeman: ‘Only One Bellson,’ Sighs Wistful Duke, in: Down Beat, ca. Mar.1953 (F/I); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 54 (F/I)

NN: Bellson Quits Duke Ellinton, in: Down Beat, 20/5 (11.Mar.1953), p. 1 (short F: Bellson to go to England with Pearl Bailey; Cat Anderson joins; Tony Scott to replace Paul Gonsalves or Hilton Jefferson; Charles Mingus to replace Wendell Marshall during Marshall’s wedding vacation) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington – “Rock Skippin’ at the Blue Note” / “The Vulture Song” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, 20/6 (25.Mar.1953), p. 14 (R)

NN: Duke Ellington Finds Bellson Replacement, in: Down Beat, 20/6 (25.Mar.1953), p. 6 (N: Dave Black)

NN: Ex-Ellington Stars Will Rejoin Duke In Coast Concerts, in: Down Beat, 20/6 (25.Mar.1953), p. 1 (N: Gene Norman, Herb Jeffries, Barney Bigard, Herman McCoy Swing Choir)

NN: Ex-Ellington Stars Will Rejoin Duke in Coast Concerts, in: Down Beat, ca. Mar.1953 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 54 (N)

NN: Urbanity, in: Down Beat, 20/5 (11.Mar.1953), p. 2 (N: hip m.c. announcement) [digi.copy]

Bill Coss: Duke Ellington at the Bandbox, in: Metronome, 69/4 (Apr.1953), p. 18, 31 (C)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Ellington Uptown” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, ca. Apr.1953 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 56 (R)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Ellington Uptown” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, 20/7 (8.Apr.1953), p. 14 (R)

NN: Duke Switches Record Labels, in: Down Beat, ca. Apr.1953 (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 56 (short F)

NN: Mulligan in Duke Show, in: Down Beat, 20/7 (8.Apr.1953), p. 3 (N)

NN: Want To Buy A Band?, in: Down Beat, 20/8 (22.Apr.1953), p. 28 (short F: band directory, short description)

Ralph J. Gleason: ‘It’s Tough to Compete With Yourself’. Duke, in: Down Beat, ca. Apr.1953 (F/I); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 57 (F/I)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Satin Doll” / “Without A Song” (Capitol), in: Down Beat, 20/10 (20.May 1953), p. 14 (R)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Satin Doll”, “Without A Song” (Capitol), in: Down Beat, ca. May 1953 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 58 (R)

NN: Duke Switches Record Labels, in: Down Beat, 20/9 (6.May 1953), p. 1 (short F/I: from Columbia to Capitol)

NN: Music Scene In Focus. Hand-To-Ear Boogie, in: Down Beat, 20/11 (3.Jun.1953), p. 7 (N/photo: with Billy Strayhorn, at record session for Capitol) [digi.copy]

Don Freeman: ‘Only One Bellson,’ Sighs Wistful Duke, in: Down Beat, 20/12 (17.Jun.1953), p. 20 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Alun Morgan: Retrospection. Voclist’s Session, in: Jazz Journal, 6/6 (Jun.1953), p. 5 (F/R: Vogue LP)

NN: Beste Band des Duke seit dem Jahre 1942, in: Jazz Podium, 2/6 (Jun.1953), p. 6

Leonard Feather: Ellington and Basie Tangle in Oldtime Cuttin’ Contest, in: Down Beat, ca. Jul.1953 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 60 (C)

NN: Duke, Count In Battle Royal, in: Down Beat, 20/14 (15.Jul.1953), p. 6 (N: Duke Ellington, Count Basie) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke, Count in Battle Royal, in: Down Beat, ca. Jul.1953 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 59 (N)

NN: Duke, Kenton Mull Tour, in: Down Beat, ca. Jul.1953 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 60 (N)

Ralph J. Gleason: ‘It’s Tough To Compete With Yourself’: Duke, in: Down Beat, 20/14 (15.Jul.1953), p. 15 (F/I) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Ellington And Basie Tangle In Oldtime Cuttin’ Contest, in: Down Beat, 20/16 (12.Aug.1953), p. 2 (F/I)

NN: “Duke Ellington” (Allegro 3082), in: Down Beat, 20/16 (12.Aug.1953), p. 12 (R)

NN: Confusing, in: Down Beat, 20/17 (26.Aug.1953), p. 1 (N: in radio blindfold test, failes to recognize his own recording)

NN: Duke, Kenton Mull Tour, in: Down Beat, 20/16 (12.Aug.1953), p. 1 (N)

Duke Ellington: Critics are wonderful… They’re just one satin doll after another, in: Down Beat, 20/19 (23.Sep.1953), p. 18 (large advertisement by Ellington)

George T. Simon: Duke Ellington, in: Metronome, 69/9 (Sep.1953), p. 19

NN: Corn For Duke?, in: Down Beat, 20/18 (9.Sep.1953), p. 8 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 63 (N)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Liberian Suite” (Philips B 07611), in: Jazz Podium, 2/8 (Sep.1953), p. 16-17 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington und sein Orchester – “Blue Harlem” / “Slippery Horn” (Franz. Odeon 279.798), in: Jazz Podium, 2/8 (Sep.1953), p. 17 (R: record advertisement) [digi.copy]

NN: Kenton Calls Off Joint Tour With Ellington Band. Withdrawal Baffles Duke, Joe Glaser, in: Down Beat, ca. Sep.1953 (F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 63 (F)

NN: Victor To Release ’52 Duke Bash, in: Down Beat, 20/18 (9.Sep.1953), p. 15 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 63 (N)

Andrew Salmieri: Duke Ellington – “Bluejean Beguine” / “Warm Valley” (Capitol 2546), in: Theme, 1/3 (Oct.1953), p. 15 (R) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Kenton Calls Off Joint Tour With Ellington Band. Withdrawal Baffles Duke, Joe Glaser, in: Down Beat, 20/20 (7.Oct.1953), p. 1 (F/I)

NN: “Duke Ellington” (Capitol H 440), in: Down Beat, 20/20 (7.Oct.1953), p. 12 (R)

NN: Big Program. Duke’s Plan to Assist newcomers Takes Shape, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 3.Oct.1953, p. 17 (F: Artists Society of America) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington – “Premiered By Ellington” (Capitol), in: Down Beat, ca. Oct.1953 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 64 (R)

Gérard Legrand: Puissances du Duke, in: Jazz Hot, #82 (Nov.1953), p. 8-11 (F)

NN: Kenton Explains Renege: ‘Tour Bad For Duke, Me’, in: Down Beat, 20/22 (4.Nov.1953), p. 1 (F/I with Stan Kenton)

Alun Morgan: The Duke Up to Date, in: Jazz Journal, 6/12 (Dec.1953), p. 21-22 (F)

Heinz Friedrich: Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Revue, 4/12 (Dec.1953), p. 168-169 (F)

NN: First Rate Musicianship Now The Jazz Norm, Says Duke, in: Down Beat, 20/24 (2.Dec.1953), p. 16 (F/I)

Benny H. Aasland: The Wax Works of Duke Ellington. An up-to-date discography, Stockholm 1954 [book: Benny H. Aasland], passim (D)

E. Jackson: Duke Ellington – “Rockin’ in Rhythm”, in: Melody Maker, 30/1103 (1954), p. 11 (R)

E. Jackson: Duke Ellington – “Skin Deep”, in: Melody Maker, 30/1073 (1954), p. 11 (R)

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Herzog im Jazzland. Duke Ellington, in: Die Schallplatte, 1/1954, p. 6-7

NN: Duke Writing Musical History of Negro (Black, Brown & Beige), in: Melody Maker, 30/1087 (1954), p. 6

Ralph J. Gleason: Duke Ellington au Down Beat Club de San Francisco, in: Jazz Hot, 20/90 (1954), p. 11 (C)

Raymond Horricks: Duke Ellington Plays “Harlem – Controversial – Monologue”, in: Jazz Journal, 7/1 (Jan.1954), p. 1-2 (F)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Ellington Uptown”, in: Jazz Podium, 3/2 (Feb.1954), p. 18 (R) [digi.copy]

Rolf Dötsch: Duke Ellington and his Cotton Club Orchestra – “Cotton Club Stomp” / “Black Beauty” (His Masters Voice”), in: Jazz Podium, 3/2 (Feb.1954), p. 16 (R) [digi.copy]

Stanley Dance: Lightly and Politely. Marvellous Things Happen, in: Jazz Journal, 7/2 (Feb.1954), p. 5 (F)

Heinz Werner Wunderlich: 120 Minuten Jazz. Neue Langspielplatten bei Brunswick, Philips und Teldec, in: Darmstädter Echo, 22.Apr.1954 (R: “Ellington Uptown”, Philips B 07 008 L) [digi.copy]

Edgar Jackson: Duke Ellington – “Skin Deep” (Philips), in: Melody Maker, #1073 (10.Apr.1954), p. 11 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington – “Ultra Deluxe”; “Blue Moon” (Capitol), in: Down Beat, ca. Apr.1954 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 69 (R)

NN: Duke writing new folk opera, in: Melody Maker, #1075 (24.Apr.1954), p. 6 (N: based upon music from ‘Black, Brown & Beige’, “Perfume Suite’, ‘Liberian Suite’ and others) [digi.copy]

Sinclair Traill: “The Great Ellington Soloists, Volume I” (HMV DLP 1025), in: Melody Maker, 30/1974 (17.Apr.1954), p. 8 (R) [digi.copy]

Sinclair Traill: “The Great Ellington Soloists, Volume I”, in: Melody Maker, #1074 (17.Apr.1954), p. 8 (R)

Sinclair Traill: Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra – “Smorgasbord and Schnapps” / “Solid Old Man” (Parlophone); “Flamingo” / “Jump for Joy” (HMV), in: Melody Maker, #1075 (24.Apr.1954), p. 8 (R) [digi.copy]

Ralph J. Gleason: Caught in the Act. Duke Ellington Ork, Downbeat, San Francisco, in: Down Beat, 21/10 (19.May 1954), p. 4 (C)

Stanley Dance: Lightly and Politely. Great Ellington Soloists, in: Jazz Journal, 7/5 (May 1954), p. 5, 7 (R)

Duke Ellington: Duke Says Swing Is Stagnant!, in: Down Beat, 61/2 (Feb.1994), p. 18-20 (“I”; Reprint, from: Down Beat, 7.Jul.1954)

NN: Duke Ellington Writing Musical History of Negro, in: Down Beat, 21/15 (28.Jul.1954), p. 1 (F/I); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 70 (F/I)

Ralph J. Gleason: Duke Ellington au Down-Beat Club de San-Francisco, in: Jazz Hot, #90 (Jul/Aug.1954), p. 11 (C)

Rolf Dötsch: “Premiered by Duke Ellington” (Capitol), in: Jazz Podium, 3/7 (Jul.1954), p. 19-20 (R) [digi.copy]

Sinclair Traill: Duke Ellington – “In a Sentimental Mood” / “I Let a Song Go Out of My Heart” (HMV JO 268), in: Melody Maker, 30/1086 (10.Jul.1954), p. 8 (R)

NN: Jazz-News, in: Jazz-Echo, Aug.1954, p. 48 (N: European tour planned) [digi.copy]

Stanley Dance: Lightly and Politely. Ellington, in: Jazz Journal, 7/8 (Aug.1954), p. 7 (F/R)

NN: Auslandsnachrichten, in: Jazz Podium, 3/9 (Sep.1954), p. 4 (N: writes musical history of the American Negro) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Draws Record 1,100 to Downbeat, in: Down Beat, ca. Sep.1954 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 72 (N)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Skin Deep”; “Sultry Serenade”; “Sophisticated Lady”; “Perdido”; “Caravan”; “Harlem Suite”; “The Hawk Talks”; “Ellington Medley”; “Jam With Sam” (Victor), in: Down Beat, ca. Sep.1954 (R); in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 73 (R)

Nat Hentoff: Duke-Getz-Mulligan-Brubeck Package Heard at Carnegie, in: Down Beat, ca. Oct.1954 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 74 (R)

NN: Duke Ellington und sein Orchester – “Tiger Rag” / “Creole Rhapsody” (Coral 94 006 EPC), in: Jazz-Echo, Oct.1954, p. 50 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington, Oakley on ‘WOJ’ Dates, in: Melody Maker, 30/1101 (23.Oct.1954), p. 9 (N)

NN: Duke Ellington – “Ellington Plays Ellington” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, ca. Nov.1954 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 76 (R)

NN: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – “11 Jahre Duke Ellington (1928-1939) (Odeon OS 1048), in: Jazz-Echo, Nov.1954, p. 50 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: “Great Ellington Soloists” (His Master’s Voice DLP 1025), in: Jazz-Echo, Dec.1954, p. 48 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Dieses Foto von Duke Ellington…, in: Jazz-Echo, Dec.1954, p. 37 (N/photo: with certificate of Echo jazz poll) [digi.copy]

A. James Valentine: Duke Ellington – “Dance to the Duke” (Capitol T-637), in: Theme, 3/1 (1955), p. 26 (R) [digi.copy]

B. Wallington: Le Duke (costumes, chaussures, cravates), in: Jazz Magazine, 1/3 (1955), p. 21

Bruce Dexter: “Duke Ellington” (X LVA-3037), in: Theme, 2/4 (1955), p. 11 (R) [digi.copy]

Duke Ellington: Foreword, in: Leonard Feather: The Encyclopedia of Jazz, New York 1955 [book: Horizon Press], p. 10-14 (“I”)

Duke Ellington: The Future of Jazz, in: NN: Newport Jazz Festival 1955, Newport 1955 [program booklet: Jacques Willaumez Associates], p. 30-33 (“I”) [digi.copy]

Gion Mili: Six, in: NN: Newport Jazz Festival 1955, Newport 1955 [program booklet: Jacques Willaumez Associates], p. 72-77 (short F/photo) [digi.copy]

Nat Shapiro & Nat Hentoff (eds.): Hear Me Talkin’ to Ya. The Story of Jazz by the Men Who Made It, New York 1955 [book: Rinehart & Company]; London 1955 [book: Peter Davies]; London 1958 [book: Peter Davies]; Harmondsworth 1962 [book: Penguin]; New York 1966 [book: Dover]; German translation as “Jazz erzählt. hear me talkin’ to ya”, München 1959 [book: Nymphenburger Verlagshandlung]; German translation as “Jazz erzählt. Von New Orleans bis West Coast”, München 1962 [book: dtv]; German translation as “Jazz erzählt. 50 Jahre Jazzgeschichte aus erster Hand”, Frankfurt/Main 1984 [book: JAS Publikationen], passim (short I)

NN: Breaks. Duke Ellington, in: Der Drummer, 10/1955, p. 6 (N: plans European tour) [digi.copy]

Ousmane Socé: An African View of Ellington, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 289-290 (F; Reprint, from: Ousmane Socé: Mirages de Paris, Paris 1955)

Vic Bellerby: Reflections on Duke Ellington. Part 1: Duke Ellington and Mechanical Transport, in: Jazz Monthly, 1/10 (1955), p. 28-30; part 3: Bizarre Brass and the Occult, in: Jazz Monthly, 1/12 (1956), p. 9-11, 31; part 4: The Delicate Impressionist, in: Jazz Monthly, 2/2 (1956), p. 28-30

Duke Ellington and Orch. – “Mood Ellington” (Philips B 07 606 R), in: Jazz-Echo, Jan.1955, p. 50 (R) [digi.copy]

Joe Brown [Joachim Ernst Berendt]: “Duke Ellington 55” (Telefunken Capitol EAP 1/2/3/4 – 521), in: Jazz-Echo, Jan.1955, p. 51 (R) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Ellington Fifty-Five. It’s Just Not Duke – Says Len. But Why Limit Me?, Asks Duke, in: Melody Maker, 1.Jan.1955, p. 2-3

NN: Jazz-News, in: Jazz-Echo, Jan.1955, p. 54 (N: European tour spring 1955) [digi.copy]

Stanley Dance: Lightly and Politely. Twenty-Three Years at the Top, in: Jazz Journal, 8/1 (Jan.1955), p. 5 (F/R) Jazz Journal, 8/1 (Jan.1955)

Billie Wallington: Le Duke. 125 costumes, 50 paires de chaussures, 1.000 cravates, in: Jazz Magazine, #3 (Feb.1955), p. 21 (F)

Ken Hulsizer: The Early Ellington Orchestra, in: Jazz Journal, 8/2 (Feb.1955), p. 2-4 (F) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Feb.1955, p. 45 (N: does not want to visit Europe, although manager Joe Glaser says everything is booked; Dave Black seriously ill; Wendell Marshall back on bass) [digi.copy]

Stanley Dance: Lightly and Politely. Ellington Footnote, in: Jazz Journal, 8/2 (Feb.1955), p. 12-13 (R: HMV EP 738060) [digi.copy]

Boris Vian: Duke Ellington, in: Arts, 16.Mar.1955 (R); Reprint, in: Boris Vian: Autres écrits sur le jazz. Tome 2, Paris 1982 [book: Christian Bourgois Éditeur], p. 149 (R)

Gerry Mulligan: …writes on the greatness of Duke Ellington, in: Melody Maker, 19.Mar.1955, p. 5

Joe Brown [Joachim Ernst Berendt]: Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra – “Ellington Highlights 1940” (Electrola DLP 1034), in: Jazz-Echo, Mar.1955, p. 46 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington Discographie erschienen (Aasland), in: Jazz Podium, 4/3 (Mar.1955), p. 3 (B)

NN: Jazz-News. Europa, in: Jazz-Echo, Mar.1955, p. 42 (N: European tour shifted to fall) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: The Night Creature at Carnegie, in: Melody Maker, 2.Apr.1955, p. 3 (C)

Bill Coss: In Person. Duke Ellington, Carnegie Hall, in: Metronome, 71/5 (May 1955), p. 41-42 (C)

NN: Jazz-News. Amerika, in: Jazz-Echo, May 1955, p. 43 (N: Carnegie Hall concert with NBC Orchestra) [digi.copy]

Stanley Dance: Lightly and Politely. Duke Discographical, in: Jazz Journal, 8/5 (May 1955), p. 4-5 (short F) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Elliongton i jätteshow, in: Estrad, 17/6 (Jun.1955), p. 9 (N: at Aquashow)

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Jun.1955, p. 45 (N: Carnegie Hall concert with Symphony of the Air) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Amerika, in: Jazz-Echo, Jun.1955, p. 44 (N: plans opera with William Saroyan) [digi.copy]

NN: News, in: Jazz Podium, 4/6 (Jun.1955), p. 4 (N: plans jazz opera with William Saroyan) [digi.copy]

Stanley Dance: Lightly and Politely. Duke, in: Jazz Journal, 8/6 (Jun.1955), p. 27-28 (F/R) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Jul.1955, p. 45 (N: plays in Elliott Murphy’s “Aquashow”) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington & l’orchestre N.B.C. au Carnegie Hall, in: Jazz Magazine, #8 (Jul/Aug.1955), p. 25 (photo)

NN: Jazz-News. Deutschland, in: Jazz-Echo, Aug.1955, p. 42 (N: European tour planned) [digi.copy]

NN: News, in: Jazz Podium, 4/9 (Sep.1955), p. 4 (N: personnel at Aquashow) [digi.copy]

Walter C. Allen: Discomania. 10. Silvertone, in: Jazz Journal, 8/9 (Sep.1955), p. 7 (short F) [digi.copy]

D. Preston: Giants of Jazz (1). Duke Ellington, in: Melody Maker, 1.Oct.1955, p. 3, 5

Leonard Feather: Duke Unloads the Deadwood, in: Melody Maker, 22.Oct.1955, p. 6

Leonard Feather: Hollywood/New York. Duke Ellington – Jazz Opera: Man with Four Sides, in: Melody Maker, 8.Oct.1955, p. 6

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Oct.1955, p. 43 (N: writes musical revue “The Man with four sides”) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Oct.1955, p. 44 (N: Johnny Hodges returns to Ellington orchestra; Sam Woodyard joins, Willie Cook, Paul Gonsalves return; no plans for European tour) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – “Mood Ellington” (Philips B 07 606 R), in: Jazz-Echo, Oct.1955, p. 50 (R) [digi.copy]

Walter C. Allen: Discomania. 25: Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Journal, 8/10 (Oct.1955), p. 10 (F/D) [digi.copy]

Joe Brown [Joachim Ernst Berendt]: Das Jazzbuch. Das Werk Duke Ellingtons auf Schallplatten, in: Jazz-Echo, Nov.1955, p. 47 (B: “The Wax Works of Duke Ellington”, by Benny H. Aasland) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Duke Ellington découvre un nouveau talent, in: Jazz Magazine, #11 (Nov.1955), p. 10 (N: Francis Thorne) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Le journal New-Yorkais. Duke Ellington à l’Apollo, in: Jazz Magazine, #11 (Nov.1955), p. 12 (C)

Vic Bellerby: The Duke Stands By, in: Jazz Monthly, 1/9 (Nov.1955), p. 26-27 (F)

NN: Jazz-News. Amerika, in: Jazz-Echo, Dec.1955, p. 45 (N: looks for theatre to produce revue “Man with four sides”) [digi.copy]

NN: Platte des Monats. “Duke Ellington and his Orchestra” (Coral 96 015 LPC), in: Jazz-Echo, Dec.1955, p. 48 (R) [digi.copy]

Alun Morgan & Raymond Horricks: The Orchestra. Duke Ellington, in: Alun Morgan & Raymond Horricks: Modern Jazz. A Survey of Developments since 1939, Westport/CT 1977 [book; Reprint, O: London 1956], p. 178-190 (F)

André Hodeir: A Masterpiece. Concerto for Cootie, in: André Hodeir: Jazz. Its Evolution and Essence, New York 1956 [book: Grove Press; also: London 1956: Secker & Warburg; New York 1961: Grove Press/Black Cat], p. 77-98 (A/T) [digi.copy]; reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 276-288 (A/T); reprint, in: Robert Walser (ed.): Keeping Time. Readings in Jazz History, New York 1999 [book: Oxford University Press], p. 199-212 (A/T); reprint, in: André Hodeir & Jean-Louis Pautrot: The André Hodeir Jazz Reader, Ann Arbor/MI 2006 [book: University of Michigan Press], p. 35-52 (A/T)

André Hodeir: Un chef-d’oeuvre. “Concerto for Cootie”, in: André Hodeir: Hommes et Problèmes du Jazz, Paris 1954 [book: Au Portulan, chez Flammarion], p. 100-123 (A/T)

George Avakian: Ellington at Newport, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 290-292 (liner notes; Reprint, from: Columbia CL 934 [1956]); Reprint, in: Tom Piazza: Setting the Tempo. Fifty Years of Great Jazz Liner Notes, New York 1996 [book], p. 80-85 (F: liner notes)

Leonard Feather: La dernière heure a marqué le triomphe d’un revenant. Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Magazine, 2/20 (1956), p. 14-15

NN: Breaks. Duke Ellington, in: Der Drummer, 12/1956, p. 5 (N: Ramstein concert planned) [digi.copy]

Vic Bellerby: Duke Ellington and the Harlem Suite, in: Jazz Monthly, 2/5 (1956), p. 8-10, 31

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus den USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Jan.1956, p. 47 (N: plays at Café Society) [digi.copy]

Nat Hentoff: Duke Ellington, Café Society, New York, in: Down Beat, ca. Jan.1956 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 86 (C)

NN: Duke Ellington. Viendra-t-il en Europe?, in: Jazz Magazine, #13 (Jan.1956), p. 6 (N)

NN: Duke Seeks Mahalia for ‘Beige’ Tour, in: Down Beat, ca. Jan.1956 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 87 (N)

George Clarke: Around Boston. Duke Ellington Plans Writing a Musical Show, in: Boston Daily Record, 30.Mar.1956 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Doesn’t Waste Time, in: Down Beat, ca. Mar.1956 (N: new albums recorded); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 88 (N: new albums recorded)

NN: Music Fraternity Honors Ellington, in: Down Beat, ca. Mar.1956 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 88 (N)

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Apr.1956, p. 43 (N: Bethlehem record contract; produces record with Rosemary Clooney) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington – “Ellington Showcase” (Capitol), in: Down Beat, ca. Apr.1956 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 89 (R)

NN: Duke zieht gen Bethlehem und Mahalia?, in: Jazz Podium, 5/4 (Apr.1956), p. 8 (N) [digi.copy]

Bill Willard: Duke Ellington, Hazel Scott; Flamingo, Las Vegas, in: Down Beat, ca. May 1956 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 91 (C)

Félix Manskleid: Le Duke Rides Again! Le nouvel orchestre d’Ellington au Café Society, in: Jazz Hot, #110 (May 1956), p. 17 (C)

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, May 1956, p. 43 (N: records for Bethlehem) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington – “Historically Speaking – The Duke” (Bethlehem), in: Down Beat, ca. May 1956 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 91 (R)

NN: Jazz-News. Amerika, in: Jazz-Echo, May 1956, p. 42 (N: most underrated American orchestra) [digi.copy]

NN: News, in: Jazz Podium, 5/5 (May 1956), p. 4 (N: records for Bethlehem records) [digi.copy]

NN: Swee’pea… Is Still Amazed at Freedom Allowed in Writing for Ellington Orchestra, in: Down Beat: 60 Years of Jazz, Milwaukee 1995 (Hal Leonard Corp.) [book], p. 90-91 (F/I; Reprint, from: Down Beat, 30.May 1956)

Ed Mulford: Duke Ellington, Doylestown, Pa., in: Metronome, 72/6 (Jun.1956), p. 12 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 90 (C)

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Jun.1956, p. 45 (N: insists he has no contract with any record company) [digi.copy]

Rolf Dötsch: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – “The Duke” (Coral 96015 LPC), in: Jazz Podium, 5/6 (Jun.1956), p. 17-18 (R: 5 stars) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Jul.1956, p. 52 (N: records with Rosemary Clooney) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke à l’Olympia, in: Jazz Magazine, #19 (Jul/Aug.1956), p. 7 (N)

Rolf Dötsch: Duke Ellington’s Washingtonians – “The Duke 1926” (London), in: Jazz Podium, 5/7 (Jul.1956), p. 17 (R) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: The Duke at Newport, in: Jerry’s Rhythm Rag, #3 (Summer 1993), p. 9-10 (C; Reprint, from: Down Beat, 8.Aug.1956)

NN: Auch Ellington kommt wieder, in: Westjazz, 2/14 (Aug.1956), p. 3 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Mood Indigo & Beyond. Jazzman Duke Ellington, in: Time, 20.Aug.1956, p. 42-47, cover (F/I) [digi.copy]

Daniel Filipacchi: “Duke Ellington”, in: Jazz Magazine, #20 (Sep.1956), p. 25 (R) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Bulletin de santé du jazz à Newport. La dernière heure a marqué le triomphe d’un revenant: Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Magazine, #20 (Sep.1956), p. 12-15 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Europa, in: Jazz-Echo, Sep.1956, p. 49 (N: European tour plans) [digi.copy]

E. Shepard: Das Wunder Ellington, in: Jazz Podium, 14/10 (Oct.1965), p. 247-249

Vic Bellerby: Ellington ’56 / Historically Speaking / The Duke, in: Melody Maker, 13.Oct.1956, p. 6 (R)

NN: “Duke Ellington’s Washingtonians” (London / Jazz Archiv Serie AL 3551), in: Jazz-Echo, Nov.1956, p. 49 (R) [digi.copy]

“Jack”: In Person. Duke Ellington a Huge Disappointment, in: Metronome, 72/12 (Dec.1956), p. 8, 10 (C)

Bill Coss: “Duke Ellington and the Buck Clayton All-Stars at Newport” (Columbia), in: Jazz Today, 1/5 (Dec.1956), p. 35 (R)

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Dec.1956, p. 46 (N: “A Drum Is a Woman”) [digi.copy]

Nat Hentoff: The Duke (Hall of Fame/Down Beat Poll), in: Down Beat, 23/26 (26.Dec.1956), p. 12, 25 (F/I) [digi.copy]

B. James: The Impressionism of Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Monthly, 3/8 (1957), p. 5-7

Duke Ellington: The Race for Space, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 293-296 (“I”; Reprint of an unpublished manuscript [ca. 1957])

Eric Townley: Reflections on Hearing “A Drum Is a Woman”, in: Jazz Monthly, 3/7 (1957), p. 30-31

Leonard Feather: Duke Ellington rencontre William Shakespeare, in: Jazz Magazine, 3/28 (1957), p. 12-13

Leonard Feather: Duke Ellington, in: Nat Shapiro & Nat Hentoff: The Jazz Makers. Essays on the Greats of Jazz, New York 1979 [book; Reprint, O: 1957], p. 187-201 (F)

Studs Terkel: Duke Ellington. Sounds of Life, in: Studs Terkel: Giants of Jazz, New York 1957 [book: Thomas Y. Crowell], p. 81-100 (F); reprint: London 1966 [book: Jazz Book Club], p. 81-100 (F); reprint: New York 1975 [Thomas Y. Crowell], p. 73-90 (F); German translation as “Giganten des Jazz”, Frankfurt am Main 2005 [book: Zweitausendeins], p. 85-104 (F)

Bill Coss: Duke Ellington – “At Newport” (Columbia), in: Jazz Today, 2/1 (Jan.1957), p. 37, 39 (R) [digi.copy]

J. Lee Anderson: Duke Ellington – “Duke Ellington” (Bethlehem LP BCP-60), in: Theme, 4/1 (Jan.1957), p. 10 (R) [digi.copy]

Jack: In Person. Duke Ellington in Washington, in: Metronome, 74/1 (Jan.1957), p. 31, 36 (C)

Nat Hentoff: The Duke. (This is the second of a two-part interview with Duke Ellington, in which he discusses his career, bands, and viewpoints on jazz), in: Down Beat, 24/1 (9.Jan.1957), p. 20 (F/I) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington & his Orchestra – “The Duke and his Men” (RCA EPC 1092-1), in: Westjazz, 3/29 (Jan.1958), p. 7 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Wer kommt nach Europa?, in: Jazz Podium, 6/1 (Jan.1957), p. 3 (N: European tour plans)

Leonard Feather: Jazz-News, in: Jazz-Echo, Feb.1957, p. 51 (N: autobiography soon finished; co-author Carter Hartman; finishes music to broadway play “The Crystal Tree”) [digi.copy]

Bill Coss: From My Point of View, in: Jazz Today, 2/3 (Apr.1957), p. 50 (C)

Joe Brown (= Joachim Ernst Berendt): Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – “Historically Speaking” (London LTZ-N 15 029), in: Jazz-Echo, Apr.1957, p. 45 R) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington Here in the Autumn – Dankworth for States, in: Melody Maker, 13.Apr.1957, p. 1, 20

NN: Duke Ellington. Again the Composer, in: Jazz Today, 2/3 (Apr.1957), p. 17 (F)

NN: Musicmakers. Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Today, 2/3 (Apr.1957), p. 6 (N: Ellington ill)

P. Brand: On the Beat. Ellington’s “Such Sweet Thunder” at New York’s Town Hall), in: Melody Maker, 20.Apr.1957, p. 9 (C)

Stanley Dance: Ellington at Newport, in: Melody Maker, 13.Apr.1957, p. 17 (R)

J. Schmidt: Sie wollen doch nicht etwa zu Ellington…!?, in: Jazz Podium, 6/5 (May 1957), p. 10

Joe Brown (= Joachim Ernst Berendt): “Duke Ellington presents Ivie Anderson” (RCA ELA-707), in: Jazz-Echo, May 1957, p. 44-45 (R) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, May 1957, p. 48 (N: exchange Duke Ellington / Johnny Dankworth planned) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: The Duke Orchestrates the Bard, in: Melody Maker, 18.May 1957, p. 9

NN: Comment on ‘A Drum is a Woman’, in: [unknown source], ca. May 1957; reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 106 (R)

NN: Duke’s ‘A Drum Is a Woman’ To Be Seen on U.S. Steel Hour, in: [unknown source], ca. May 1957 (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 105 (short F)

Barry Ulanov: Two Thumps on a Drum. Thumbs Down, in: Down Beat, 24/13 (27.Jun.1957), p. 18 (F)

Bill Coss: Mineo and Duke, in: Jazz Today, 2/5 (Jun.1957), p. 30 (TV review “A Drum Is a Woman”)

Jack Maher: In Person. Music for Moderns, in: Jazz Today, 2/5 (Jun.1957), p. 33 (C)

Jack: Duke Ellington the Composer, in: Metronome, 74/6 (Jun.1957), p. 13-14

Leonard Feather: Duke Ellington rencontre William Shakespeare, in: Jazz Magazine, #28 (Jun.1957), p. 12-13 (F) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Jun.1957, p. 49 (N: “A Drum Is a Woman” successful; records “Such Sweet Thunder) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Two Thumbs on “A Drum”. Thumbs Up, in: Down Beat, 24/13 (27.Jun.1957), p. 18 (F)

Nat Hentoff: Ellington et Shakespeare, in: Jazz Hot, #122 (Jun.1957), p. 20 (N) [digi.copy]

Nat Hentoff: Ellington ne viendra pas, in: Jazz Hot, #122 (Jun.1957), p. 20 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News, in: Jazz-Echo, Jun.1957, p. 47 (N: cancels European tour plans) [digi.copy]

NN: Musicmakers. The Duke, in: Jazz Today, 2/5 (Jun.1957), p. 6 (N)

Don Gold: Ravinia Festival, in: Down Beat, ca. Jul.1957 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 110 (C)

Joe Brown (= Joachim Ernst Berendt): “Duke Ellington at Newport” (Philips B 08 182 L), in: Jazz-Echo, Jul.1957, p. 40-41 (R) [digi.copy]

Joe Brown (= Joachim Ernst Berendt): “Duke Ellington and the Buck Clayton All Stars at Newport” (Philips B 07 208 L), in: Jazz-Echo, Jul.1957, p. 43 (R) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Jul.1957, p. 46 (N: Harold Baker rejoins Ellington; Clark Terry leaves the band for a while, being replaced by Willie Cook) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Jul.1957, p. 46 (N: “A Drum Is A Woman” recorded for TV interpretation) [digi.copy]

NN: Harold Baker revient chez Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Magazine, #29 (Jul/Aug.1957), p. 11 (short F)

NN: Jazz-News, in: Jazz-Echo, Jul.1957, p. 44 (N: European premiere of “Such Sweet Thunder” broadcast by Südwestfunk) [digi.copy]

Sinclair Traill: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – “Blue Light” (Philips BBR 8086), in: Melody Maker, 7.Jul.1957, p. 13 (R) [digi.copy]

Harold Flakser: Duke Ellington and the Talking Record, in: Record Research, 3/2, #14 (Aug/Sep.1957), p. 9 (F/I: interview recording by Ellington upon his first visit to England in 1933) [digi.copy]

Stanley Dance: A Drum Is a Woman, in: Melody Maker, 7.Sep.1957, p. 17 (R)

Leonard Feather: Duke Ellington – “Such Sweet Thunder” (Columbia CL 1033), in: Down Beat, 24/21 (17.Oct.1957), p. 25 (R: 5 stars) [digi.copy]

NN: Epoch Due on Record, in: Down Beat, 24/21 (17.Oct.1957), p. 9 (short F: “Black, Brown and Beige”) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke rajeunit sa B.B.B., in: Jazz Magazine, #31 (Oct.1957), p. 11 (N)

NN: Jimmy Blanton / Duke Ellington – “Pitter Panther Patter” / “Mr. J.B. Blues” / “Sophisticated Blues” / “Body and Soul” (RCA EPA-619), in: Jazz-Echo, Oct.1957, p. 47 (R) [digi.copy]

“dixi”: Ellington und die Angst des Jonas, in: Jazz Podium, 6/11 (Nov.1957), p. 16 (Film-R: “Jonas”) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Nov.1957, p. 44 (N: plans new version of “Black, Brown and Beige”) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – “Duke Ellington Seattle Concert” (RCA LJM-1002-C), in: Jazz-Echo, Nov.1957, p. 47 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington’s TV Appearance Arouses New Wave of Interest, in: [unknown source], ca. Nov.1957 (F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 115 (F)

Rolf Dötsch: Duke Ellington and His Famous Orchestra – “Take The A Train” / “The Sidewalks of New York” (RCA 447-0132), in: Jazz Podium, 6/11 (Nov.1957), p. 22 (R) [digi.copy]

Rolf Dötsch: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – “Seattle Concert” (RCA LJM-1002-C), in: Jazz Podium, 6/11 (Nov.1957)¸p. 23 (R) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Dec.1957, p. 44 (N: records standards) [digi.copy]

NN: … news …, in: Jazz Podium, 6/12 (Dec.1957), p. 4 (N: concert with Woody Herman and Duke Ellington Orchestra before an audience of only 300) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington Blue Note Ace, in: [unknown source], Dec.1957 (N); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 116 (N)

Charles Delaunay & Claude Bolling: Ellington déplace toujours la grande foule, in: Jazz Hot, 24/138 (1958), p. 18-20

Demètre Ioakimidis: Les drummers d’Ellington, in: Jazz Hot, #130 (1958), p. 14ff.

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Duke Ellington, in: NN: Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, Offenbach 1958 [program booklet: Horst Lippmann], p. 9-12 (F in German, French, English)

Leonard Feather: Duke, in: Jazz Magazine, 4/42 (1958), p. 12-23

Leonard Feather: The Jazzman as Critic. The Best of the Blindfold Test, 1951-1958. Reactions to Duke Ellington, in: Leonard Feather: The New Yearbook of Jazz, New York 1958 [book: Horizon Press], p. 66-68 (F/I with Sonny Rollins, Morton Gould, Woody Herman, Miles Davis, Leonard Bernstein, Jo Jones, Pete Rugolo, Bill Russo)

NN: Duke Ellington and his Famous Orchestra, Offenbach 1958 [program booklet: Horst Lippmann]

Rex Harris & Brian Rust: Recorded Jazz. A Critical Guide, Harmondsworth 1958 [book: Pelican Books], p. 64-68 (short F/R)

Whitney Balliett: Epitaph. “Such Sweet Thunder”, in: Whitney Balliett: Collected Works. A Journal of Jazz 1954-2000, New York 2000 [book: St.Martin’s Press], p. 43-44 (R; reprint from 1958)

I. Fuelle: Ellington-Inspiration aus Westafrika, in: Jazz Podium, 7/1 (Jan.1958), p. 14

NN: Presseschau, in: NJCB Report (New Jazz-Circle Berlin), 3/1 (Jan.1958), p. 11 (N: 30th anniversary) [digi.copy]

“sr”: Duke Ellington, in: Berlin-Jazz, Feb/Mar.1958, p. 6-7 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington Ork for Britain?, in: Melody Maker, 15.Feb.1958, p. 1

Siegfried Schmidt: Podium Jam Session. Die Angst bei Ellington und Jonas (siehe Filmkritik “Ellington und die Angst des Jonas”), in: Jazz Podium, 7/2 (Feb.1958), p. 41 (letter) [digi.copy]

NN: [Duke Ellington, “Mine Boy”], in: The Knickerbocker News (Albany), 25.Mar.1958 (N: completed score for Broadway show “Mine Boy”) [digi.copy]

Demètre Ioakimidis: Les drummers d’Ellington, in: Jazz Hot, #130 (Mar.1958), p. 14-15, 39-40 (F)

NN: Presseschau, in: NJCB Report (New Jazz-Circle Berlin), 3/3 (Mar.1958), p. 5 (N: plans European tour) [digi.copy]

NN: Music News. Poetess and the Duke, in: Down Beat, 25/7 (3.Apr.1958), p. 11 (F: Fran Kelley, Duke Ellington) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Europa, in: Jazz-Echo, Apr.1958, p. 46 (N: Norman Granz plans Ellington tour in the fall) [digi.copy]

NN: Mahalia chante avec Ellington, in: Jazz Magazine, #36 (Apr.1958), p. 12 (N)

NN: breaks, in: Schlagzeug, 3/9 (May 1958), p. 4 (N: 33 anniversary as musician) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington To Participate as Guest, in: [unknown source], ca. Mar.1958 (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 119 (short F)

Leonard Feather: Leonard Feather berichtet aus USA, in: Jazz-Echo, Jun.1958, p. 45 (N: records “Black, Brown and Beige” with Mahalia Jackson) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – “The Duke in London” (Decca DX 1982), in: Westjazz, 3/34 (Jun.1958), p. 7 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra – “Magenta Haze” / “Overture to a Jam Session, Part I & II” / “Jam-A-Ditty” (Opera 4409), in: Westjazz, 3/35 (Jul.1958), p. 7 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke im Oktober?, in: Schlagzeug, 3/11 (Jul.1958), p. 21 (N) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Deutschland, in: Jazz-Echo, Jul.1958, p. 44 (N: plans for German tour) [digi.copy]

“S.H.”: Duke Ellington – “Ellington at Newport” (Philips LP B 07182 L); “Seattle Concert” (RCA-LP LJM-1002-C), in: Schlagzeug, 3/12 (Aug.1958), p. 25 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Breaks, in: Schlagzeug, 3/12 (Aug.1958), p. 4 (N: new musical: “Saturday Laughter”) [digi.copy]

NN: Breaks, in: Schlagzeug, 3/12 (Aug.1958), p. 5 (N: “Black, Brown and Beige” with Mahalia Jackson) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington – “The Duke and his Men” (RCA EPC-1092-1; RCA EPC-1092-2), in: Jazz-Echo, Aug.1958, p. 84 (R: 2 stars) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Europa, in: Jazz-Echo, Aug.1958, p. 48 (N: European tour) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington – “The Duke in London” (Decca DX 1982), in: Jazz-Echo, Sep.1958, p. 48 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington & His Orchestra – “Such Sweet Thunder” (Philips B 07278 L), in: Westjazz, 4/37 (Sep.1958), p. 7 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: For Ellington-fans Only, in: Jazz Society. Organ for Norsk Jazzforbund, 2/9 (Sep.1958), p. 10 (short F: Duke Ellington Jazz Society founded by Benny H. Aasland)

NN: Frankly – This Is the Greatest!, Writes Duke Ellington, in: Melody Maker, 27.Sep.1958, p. 1, 16

NN: news…, in: Jazz Podium, 7/9 (Sep.1958), p. 180 (N: premiers “Princess Blue”) [digi.copy]

Philip Larkin: Such Sweet Thunder. “Duke Ellington. Jis Life and Music”, edited by Peter Gammond, in: Richard Palmer & John White (eds.): Reference Back. Philip Larkin’s Uncollected Jazz Writings 1940-84, Hull 1999 [book: University of Hull Press], p. 34-35 (B; reprint, from: Guardian, 30.Sep.1958) [digi.copy]

Teddy Leyh: Shakespeare, Ellington und Jazz. Gedanken zu zwei neuen Werken Duke Ellingtons, in: Jazz Podium, 7/9 (Sep.1958), p. 184-185 (F: “Such Sweet Thunder”, “A Drum is a Woman”) [digi.copy]

Humphrey Lyttelton: About Ellington, in: Melody Maker, 25.Oct.1958, p. 10

Humphrey Lyttelton: If They Criticize Duke I May Get Violent, in: Melody Maker, 11.Oct.1958, p. 10

Leonard Feather: Ellington – Meet the Band!, in: Melody Maker, 4.Oct.1958, p. 2-3

M. Burman: Harry Carney Talks – All I Want Is to Stay with Duke, in: Melody Maker, 11.Oct.1958, p. 2

Max Jones: A Knockout, Of Course, But…, in: Melody Maker, 11.Oct.1958, p. 3 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 127 (C)

Max Jones: This World of Jazz. The Duke – 25 Years After, in: Melody Maker, 4.Oct.1958, p. 11

NN: aktuelles. Ellington gewinnt US-Poll / Der Duke in Deutschland, in: Schlagzeug, 3/14 (Oct.1958), p. 4-5 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: Biografie. Edward Kennedy Ellington, genannt “The Duke”, in: Jazzpress, 1/3 (27.Oct.1958), p. 4-5 (F)

NN: breaks, in: Schlagzeug, 3/14 (Oct.1958), p. 5 (N: “Princess Blue”) [digi.copy]

NN: Der Duke zum letzten Mal, in: Jazzpress, 1/2 (20.Oct.1958), p. 2 (N)

NN: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – “A Drum Is A Woman” (Philips BBL-7179), in: Jazz-Echo, Oct.1958, p. 44 R) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington in Europa, in: Jazz Podium, 7/10 (Oct.1958), p. 203 (short F) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington mit Starbesetzung, in: Jazzpress, 1/3 (27.Oct.1958), p. 1 (N)

NN: Ellington to Meet the Queen, in: Melody Maker, 18.Oct.1958, p. 1

NN: Jazz-News. Amerika, in: Jazz-Echo, Oct.1958, p. 53 (N: dedicates “Princess Blue” to Princess Margaret) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Deutschland, in: Jazz-Echo, Oct.1958, p. 52 (N: Germany tour planned by Horst Lippmann) [digi.copy]

Vic Bellerby: I Was Disappointed (Ellington Tour), in: Melody Maker, 11.Oct.1958, p. 2

“Joe Brown” [= Joachim Ernst Berendt]: Platte des Monats. Duke Ellingtons Shakespeare Suite. “Such Sweet Thunder” (Philips B 07278 L), in: Jazz-Echo, Nov.1958, p. 47 (R) [digi.copy]

Franz-Josef Hamm (ed.): Diary of Jazz, Limburg 1950s [scrap book, 1954-1959] (ticket stubb: 12.Nov.1958, Frankfurt) [digi.copy] [under “D/LIMBURG”]

Humphrey Lyttelton: Concerts Were Full of Surprises, in: Melody Maker, 1.Nov.1958, p. 11

Leonard Feather: Duke. Edward Kennedy Ellington, in: Jazz Magazine, #42 (Nov.1958), p. 12-23 (F/I)

Max Jones: Impact Could Have Been Stronger, in: Melody Maker, 1.Nov.1958, p. 11

NN: Der Duke in Nürnberg, in: Jazzforum. Mitteilungsblatt der bayerischen Jazz-Clubs, 7/2 (Nov.1958), p. 1 (short F: concert preview)

NN: Der Fürst des Jazz – und eine fürstliche Presse, in: Jazzpress, 1/5 (10.Nov.1958), p. 4 (C: reviews from the British press)

NN: Duke à Chaillot, in: Jazz Magazine, #42 (Nov.1958), p. 8 (N)

NN: Duke Ellington. “Ich spiele Orchester!, in: Schlagzeug, 3/15 (Nov.1958), p. 6, 13 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Jazz-News. Deutschland, in: Jazz-Echo, Nov.1958, p. 42 (N: German tour dates for November) [digi.copy]

NN: Von Duke zu Duke, in: Jazzpress, 1/4 (3.Nov.1958), p. 3 (short F) [digi.copy]

Vic Bellerby: Jazz Fans “Bewildered”, in: Melody Maker, 1.Nov.1958, p. 11

Charles Delaunay: Ellington déplace toujours la grande foule, in: Jazz Hot, #138 (Dec.1958), p. 18-19 (C)

Claude Bolling: Une analyse des concerts Ellington, in: Jazz Hot, #138 (Dec.1958), p. 18-20 (F)

Kåre Bjørset: Duke kom, så og vant. Ellingtons konsert en overveldende opplevelse. Orkesteret bedre enn noensinne, in: Jazz Society. Organ for Norsk Jazzforbund, 2/12 (Dec.1958), p. 16-18 (C)

L. Page: Ellington ist eine Reise wert, in: Jazz Podium, 7/12 (Dec.1958), p. 262

NN: Ellington à Paris. Quatre concerts en crescendo, in: Jazz Magazine, #43 (Dec.1958), p. 13 (N)

NN: Furchtlos, in: Schlagzeug, 3/16 (Dec.1958), p. 4 (N/photo: Ellington flies from Hamburg to Berlin) [digi.copy]

NN: Personalien, in: Schlagzeug, 3/16 (Dec.1958), p. 29 (N: command performance before Queen Elizabeth) [digi.copy]

Alan Clare, Ken Moule & Johnny Dankworth: Three Musicians Look at Ellington, in: Peter Gammond (ed.): Duke Ellington. His Life and Music, London 1959 [book], p. 61-64 (F) [digi.copy]

Alun Morgan: Duke Ellington on Records. The Nineteen-Fifties, in: Peter Gammond (ed.): Duke Ellington. His Life and Music, London 1959 [book], p. 104-117 (F)

Burnett James: Ellington’s Place as a Composer, in: Peter Gammond (ed.): Duke Ellington. His Life and Music, London 1959 [book], p. 141-155 (F) [digi.copy]

Charles Fox: Duke Ellington in the Nineteen-thirties, in: Martin Williams (ed.): The Art of Jazz. Ragtime to Bebop, New York 1980 [book; Reprint, O: New York 1959], p. 123-138 (F)

Charles Fox: Duke Ellington on Records. The Nineteen-Thirties, in: Peter Gammond (ed.): Duke Ellington. His Life and Music, London 1959 [book], p. 80-93 (F)

Daniel Halperin: Everything Has to Prove Something, in: Peter Gammond (ed.): Duke Ellington. His Life and Music, London 1959 [book], p. 173-191 (F)

Duke Ellington: A Royal View of Jazz, in: Jazz. A Quarterly of American Music, #2 (spring 1959), p. 83-87 (“I”)

Duke Ellington: Foreword, in: Sinclair Traill & The Hon Gerald Lascelles (eds.): Just Jazz 3, London 1959 [book: Landsborough Publications], p. 5-6 (“I”)

G.E. Lambert: Kings of Jazz – Duke Ellington, New York 1959 [book: A.S. Barnes; reprint: 1970], passim (F) [digi.copy]

Gerald Lascelles: Duke Ellington as Pianist, in: Peter Gammond (ed.): Duke Ellington. His Life and Music, London 1959 [book], p. 118-121 (F)

Gunther Schuller: The Ellington Style. Its Origins and Early Development, in: Nat Hentoff & Albert J. McCarthy (eds.): Jazz. New Perspectives on the History of Jazz by Twelve of the World’s Foremost Jazz Critics and Scholars, New York 1959 [book: Rinehart & Company]; reprint: New York 1961 [book: Grove Press]; reprint: London 1962 [book: The Jazz Book Club & Cassell]; reprint: New York 1975 [book: Da Capo], p. 221-274 (F/A/T)

Hugues Panassié: Die Geschichte des echten Jazz, Gütersloh [no year] [book: Signum; translation of “Histoire du vraí Jazz, Paris 1959], p. 80-93 (F: chapter “Duke Ellington”)

J. Tronchot: Ellington. La bonne exécution tient lieu de création, in: Jazz Hot, 25/148 (1959), p. 31

Jeff Aldam: The Ellington Sidemen, in: Peter Gammond (ed.): Duke Ellington. His Life and Music, London 1959 [book], p. 192-214 (F)

John S. Wilson: The Duke Rolls On, in: Down Beat Music ’59 (1959), p. 94-96

Mimi Clar: Duke Ellington – The Cosmic Scene, in: Jazz Review, 2/1 (1959), p. 35 (R)

NN: Music News. A Medal for Duke, in: Down Beat, 26/21 (1959), p. 9

NN: Music News. Honors for Duke, in: Down Beat, 26/16 (1959), p. 10

Peter Gammond: A Drum Is a Woman, in: Peter Gammond (ed.): Duke Ellington. His Life and Music, London 1959 [book], p. 132-137 (F)

Peter Gammond: Duke Ellington on Records. The Nineteen-Twenties, in: Peter Gammond (ed.): Duke Ellington. His Life and Music, London 1959 [book], p. 67-80 (F)

Quincy Jones: Duke Ellington at Newport 1958, in: Jazz Review, 2/4 (May 1959), p. 30 (R); Reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 311-313 (R)

Raymond Horricks: Duke Ellington on Records. The Nineteen-Forties, in: Peter Gammond (ed.): Duke Ellington. His Life and Music, London 1959 [book], p. 93-103 (F)

Raymond Horricks: The Orchestral Suites, in: Peter Gammond (ed.): Duke Ellington. His Life and Music, London 1959 [book], p. 122-131 (F)

Robert D. Crowley: Black, Brown and Beige after 16 Years. An Album Review, in: Jazz. A Quarterly of American Music, #2 (spring 1959), p. 98-104 (F/R); Reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 179-185 (F/R)

Stanley Dance: Duke Ellington. Impressions – Firsthand and Secondhand, in: Peter Gammond (ed.): Duke Ellington. His Life and Music, London 1959 [book], p. 15-21 (F)

Vic Bellerby: Duke Ellington, in: Martin Williams (ed.): The Art of Jazz. Ragtime to Bebop, New York 1980 [book; Reprint, O: New York 1959], p. 139-159 (F)

Vic Bellerby: Duke Ellington. Analysis of a Genius, in: Peter Gammond (ed.): Duke Ellington. His Life and Music, London 1959 [book], p. 156-169 (F)

Vic Bellerby: Such Sweet Thunder, in: Peter Gammond (ed.): Duke Ellington. His Life and Music, London 1959 [book], p. 138-140 (F) [digi.copy]

Kåre Bjørset: Strålende Ellington-serie på Philips. “The Duke Ellington Story Nr. 1 / 2 / 3” (Philips B 07363 / 07364 / 07365), in: Jazz Magasinet. Organ for Norsk Jazzforbund, 3/1 (Jan.1959), p. 13-14 (R)

Mimi Clar: Duke Ellington – “The Cosmic Scene” (Columbia CL-1198), in: The Jazz Review, 2/1 (Jan.1959), p. 35-36 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington sur scène. 14 phénomènes et un grand chef, in: Jazz Magazine, #44 (Jan.1959), p. 12 (short F)

Raymond Mouly: Ella et Duke et Duke et Mahalia, in: Jazz Magazine, #44 (Jan.1959), p. 16-17 (F) [digi.copy]

S. Race: Great Records of Our Time. Ellington’s Best, in: Melody Maker, 10.Jan.1959, p. 5

NN: Quo Vadis, Duke Ellington?, in: Jazz Magasinet. Organ for Norsk Jazzforbund, 3/2-3 (Feb/Mar.1959), p. 14-15 (F)

Alfred Baresel: Wenn der Duke lächelt, in: Jazzpress, 2/8 (2.Mar.1959), p. 6 (F)

Charles Melville: Interview with Duke Ekllington, in: DEMS Bulletin, 23/1 (Apr/Jun.2001), p. 25-26 (I; reprint, from Jazz Journal, Mar.1959) [digi.copy]

Johnny Dankworth & Humphrey Lyttelton: Interview with Duke Ellington, in: DEMS Bulletin, 23/1 (Apr/Jun.2001), p. 27 (I; reprint, from Jazz Journal, Mar.1959) [digi.copy]

Leif Anderson: Reflexer. 94.Cotton Club Stomp, in: Orkester Journalen, 27/3 (Mar.1959), p. 20 (short F)

Mimi Clar: The Style of Duke Ellington, in: The Jazz Review, 2/3 (Mar.1959), p. 6-10 (F/A) [digi.copy]

NN: Music News. Duke to Write Movie Score (Anatomy of a Murder), in: Down Beat, 26/8 (16.Apr.1959), p. 13-14 (short F) [digi.copy]

Alfred Baresel: Wenn der Duke lächelt, in: Schlagzeug, #20 (Apr.1959), p. 9 (F: about stage manners of jazz musicians) [digi.copy]

Duke Ellington: Der Blues, in: Schlagzeug, #20 (Apr.1959), p. 35 (lyric: German translation of “The Blues”, from “Black, Brown and Beige”) [digi.copy]

George Avakian: 27 Chorusse – Diminuendo und Crescendo in Blue, in: Jazzpress, 2/14 (13.Apr.1959), p. 6 (F; Reprint, from: liner notes)

Max Jones: Ellington Stands the Test of Time, in: Melody Maker, 4.Apr.1959, p. 9 (R: At the Cotton Club)

Mimi Clar: The Style of Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Review, 2/3 (Apr.1959), p. 6-10 (A/T) [digi.copy]; Reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 303-311 (A/T); Reprint, as: Le style de Duke Ellington, in: Les Cahiers du Jazz, #9 (1963), p. 38-48 (A/T)

NN: 27 Chorusse. Diminuendo und Crescendo in Blue, in: Schlagzeug, #20 (Apr.1959), p. 20-21 (F/photo) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington filmt, in: Jazzpress, 2/15 (27.Apr.1959), p. 1 (N: “Anatomy of a Murder”) [digi.copy]

Siegfried Schmidt: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – “Ellington at Newport” (Philips B 07 182 L), in: Schlagzeug, #20 (Apr.1959), supplement, p. 3 (R) [digi.copy]

Werner Th. Lauterbach: Sam Session, in: Schlagzeug, #20 (Apr.1959), p. 31 (letter: Ellington concert in Nürnberg) [digi.copy]

Horst H. Lange: Duke Ellington – “Sophisticated Lady” (Columbia EP C 41 053), in: Schlagzeug, #21 (May 1959), supplement, p. 4 (R)

Leonard Feather: Ellington Band Takes a Break, in: Melody Maker, 16.May 1959, p. 2

NN: Duke Set for Jazz Concert, in: Pittsburgh Courier, 30.May 1959, p. 21 (N: in Neptune/NJ) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington-Suite für die Königin, in: Jazzpress, 2/17 (11.May 1959), p. 2 (N)

Quincy Jones: Duke Ellington – “Newport 1958” (Columbia CL 1245), in: The Jazz Review, 2/4 (May 1959), p. 30 (R) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington Left Jerseyites in Groovy Mood, in: [unknown source], ca. Jul.1959 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 145 (C)

Ed Mulford: Duke’s Film Score (Anatomy of a Murder), in: Metronome, 76/8 (Aug.1959), p. 33-34 (F) [digi.copy]

George Hoefer & Gene Lees: Newport. The Biggest Ever! The High Points: Duke Ellington’s astounding swing / Lambert-Hendricks-Ross with Count Basie / Hawkins and Eldridge / The Maynard Ferguson band / Thelonious Monk’s stomping quartet / The American debut of the Johnny Dankworth band, in: Down Beat, 26/16 (6.Aug.1959), p. 12-17 (C)

NN: breaks, in: Schlagzeug, 4/8 (Aug.1959), p. 25 (N: at Berliner Festwochen) [digi.copy]

NN: Music News. Duke’s Other Breakthrough, in: Down Beat, 26/17 (20.Aug.1959), p. 18-19 (F)

NN: Music News. Honors for Duke, in: Down Beat, 26/16 (6.Aug.1959), p. 10 (F)

H. Kahn: Duke in Paris (with four new men), in: Melody Maker, 26.Sep.1959, p. 12

John Tynan: Take Five, in: Down Beat, 26/19 (17.Sep.1959), p. 44 (Film-R: “Anatomy of a Murder”; “The Beat Generation”)

Max Jones: Echoes From the Forties. Duke at his Peak, in: Melody Maker, 26.Sep.1959, p. 15 (R: At His Very Best)

NN: “Back to Back. Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges Play the Blues” (Verve), in: Down Beat, ca. Sep.1959 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 150 (R)

NN: A Medal for Duke, in: [unknown source], ca. Sep.1959 (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 148 (short F)

NN: Berliner Festwochen 1959. Sonntag, 4. Oktober: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, in: Berliner Jazz-Programm, Sep/Oct.1959, p. 5 (F: concert preview) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Ellington – “Ellington Jazz Party” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, 26/18 (3.Sep.1959), p. 23-24 (R)

NN: everett mit ellington, in: Schlagzeug, 4/9 (Sep.1959), p. 5 (N: vocalist James Everett wins a performance with the Ellington Orchestra) [digi.copy]

NN: festival für den duke, in: Schlagzeug, 4/9 (Sep.1959), p. 5 (N: Ellington Festival in Taminent-in-the-Poconos) [digi.copy]

NN: strictly ad lib, in: Down Beat, 26/19 (17.Sep.1959), p. 46 (N: at Kutsher’s Country Club, Monticello, NY)

NN: “Back to Back – Duke Ellington and Johnny Hodges Play the Blues” (Verve MG V-8317), in: Down Beat, 26/22 (29.Oct.1959), p. 29 (R: 4 stars) [digi.copy]

Bob Evans: Chords and Discords. The Score on Ellington, in: Down Beat, 26/21 (15.Oct.1959), p. 6-7 (letter)

NN: Anatomy of a Murder, in: ) 1959/10°Heinz Lukas: Heinz Lukas geht durch die Lande, in: Schlagzeug, #26 (Oct.1959), p. 31 (N:, p. 35 (N/photos) [digi.copy]

NN: music news. East. A Medal for Duke, in: Down Beat, 26/21 (15.Oct.1959), p. 9 (short F/I)

NN: Orden für den Duke, in: Schlagzeug, #26 (Oct.1959), p. 4 (short F: Spingarn Medal) [digi.copy]

NN: Termine Duke Ellington, in: Schlagzeug, #26 (Oct.1959), p. 8 (German tour dates) [digi.copy]

Dieter Zimmerle: Die Profile des Jazz. Faszinierende Stimme: Die Ellington-Band, in: Jazz Podium, 8/11 (Nov.1959), p. 252ff.

Jean Tronchot: Ellington. La bonne exécution tient lieu de cvréation, in: Jazz Hot, #148 (Nov.1959), p. 31 (F)

K. Berenbrok: Meinungen, Urteile, Kritiken, in: Schlagzeug, #27 (Nov.1959), p. 14 (letter: Ellington had first been in Germany in 1950, not 1953) [digi.copy]

Max Harrison: Duke Ellington – “Anatomy of a Murder” (Columbia CL 1360), in: The Jazz Review, 2/10 (Nov.1959), p. 35-36 (R) [digi.copy]

Max Harrison: Ellington’s Music for Anatomy of a Murder, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 313-315 (R; Reprint, from: The Jazz Review, 2/10 [Nov.1959])

NN: Breaks, in: Schlagzeug, #27 (Nov.1959), p. 28 (N: 3 presentations in Berlin: “Anatomy of a Murder”, ballet after “Such Sweet Thunder”, Ellington concert) [digi.copy]

NN: Ellington ausgezeichnet (Spignarn.Medaille), in: Jazz Podium, 8/11 (Nov.1959), p. 251

George Hoefer: The Hot Box, in: Down Beat, 26/25 (10.Dec.1959), p. 63 (F: Duke Ellington Jazz Society meeting in new York with John Sanders) [digi.copy]

NN: Large Ellington Shuffle, in: [unknown source], ca. Dec.1959 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 153 (C)

André Francis: Jazz, New York 1960 [book: Grove Press], p. 59-73 (F)

Barry Ulanov: The Ellington Programme, in: Ken Williamson (ed.): This Is Jazz, London 1960 [book: Newnes], p. 131-132, 141-145 (F); Reprint, in: Robert G. O’Meally (ed.): The Jazz Cadence of American Culture, New York 1998 [book: Columbia University Press], p. 166-171 (F)

Carlo Bohländer: Duke Ellington, in: Carlo Bohländer: Jazz. Geschichte und Rhythmus, Mainz 1960 [book: B. Schott’s Söhne], p. 40-42 (F)

Charles Fox & Peter Gammond & Alun Morgan & Alexis Korner: Jazz on Record. A Critical Guide, London 1960 [book: Grey Arrow], p. 111-121 (F)

Dan Morgenstern: Duke Ellington/Johnny Hodges – Side By Side, in: Jazz Review, 3/6 (1960), p. 24-25 (R)

Don DeMichael: Duke Ellington, Court Theater, University of Chicago, Chicago, in: Down Beat, Down Beat, 27/21 (13.Oct.1960), p. 10-13 (C)

Don Heckman: Duke Ellington – Bal Masque, in: Jazz Review, 3/7 (1960), p. 18-19 (R)

Duke Ellington: The Encyclopedia of Jazz, in: Leonard Feather: The Encyclopedia of Jazz, New York 1960 [book: Bonanza Books], p. 13-15 (“I”)

Gunther Schuller: Early Duke, part 1, in: Jazz Review, 2/12 (Dec.1959, p. 6-15 (F/A) [digi.copy]; part 2, in: Jazz Review, 3/1 (Jan.1960), p. 18-22 (F/A) [digi.copy]; part 3, in: Jazz Review, 3/2 (Feb.1960), p. 18-25 (F/A) [digi.copy]

Irving Townsend: When Duke Records, in: Sinclair Traill & The Hon. Gerald Lascelles (Hgg.): Just Jazz 4, London 1960 [book], p. 16-21 (F); reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 319-324 (F)

Leonard Feather: The Duke Ellington Story (as Hollywood Might Do It), in: Down Beat, 27/6 (1960), p. 20-23

Leonard Feather: The Jazzman as Critic. The Blindfold Test. Reactions to Duke Ellington, in: Leonard Feather: The Encyclopedia of Jazz, New York 1960 [book: Bonanza Books], p. 474-475 (F/I with Tony Scott, Sonny Rollins, Leonard Bernstein, Miles Davis)

Max Harrison: Duke Ellington/Johnny Hodges – Back to Back, in: Jazz Review, 3/3 (1960), p. 24-25 (R)

NN: Not Enough Room at the Top for Duke, Mort, in: Down Beat, 27/18 (1.Sep.1960), p. 14-15

Robert Reisner: Duke Ellington, in: Robert Reisner: The Jazz Titans, Garden City/NY 1960 [book: Doubleday & Company], p. 43-46 (F)

Sidney Bechet: Bessie and Duke, in: Sidney Bechet: Treat It Gentle, London 1960 [book], p. 134-148 (F)

Max Jones: Duke Presents an Imposing Array of Talent, in: Melody Maker, 16.Jan.1960, p. 14 (R: Back to Back)

NN: Breaks, in: Schlagzeug, #29 (Jan.1960), p. 17 (N: served by trombonist Claude Jones on ocean liner on his way to European tour) [digi.copy]

NN: More Ellington Shuffle, in: Down Beat, 27/2 (21.Jan.1960), p. 12 (short F)

NN: Vom Duke und vom Count, in: Jazz Podium, 9/1 (Jan.1960), p. 3 (short F)

NN: Von Duke zu Quincy, in: Schlagzeug, #29 (Jan.1960), p. 6 (N: Clark Terry, Quentin Jackson leave Ellington, join Quincy Jones) [digi.copy]

Dan Morgenstern: Three Giants, in: Jazz Journal, 13/2 (Feb.1960), p. 13, 15 (C)

H. Rywelski: Ellington über Ellington, in: Schlagzeug, #30 (Feb.1960), p. 13 (I) [digi.copy]

NN: Alles über den Duke, in: Schlagzeug, #30 (Feb.1960), p. 6 (N: book by Peter Gammond) [digi.copy]

NN: Breaks, in: Schlagzeug, #30 (Feb.1960), p. 18 (N: Ellington declines Australia tour because of his flight fright) [digi.copy]

NN: News. AFN-Neujahrskonzert mit Duke Ellington aus Chicago, in: Jazz Podium, 9/2 (Feb.1960), p. 28 (N)

Don DeMichael: Duke Ellington – “Festival Session” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, 27/6 (17.Mar.1960), p. 34, 36 (R)

Leonard Feather: The Duke Ellington Story, as Hollywood might do it, in: Down Beat, 27/6 (17.Mar.1960), p. 20-23 (F: parody) [digi.copy]; responses, by Barbara Hoaglund, Tom Harris, Orlando Thompson, in: Down Beat, 27/8 (14.Apr.1960), p. 6 (letters)

M. Possekel: Podium Jam Session. Lustloser Ellington, in: Jazz Podium, 9/3 (Mar.1960), p. 60 (letter)

NN: Ellington and Other Masters, in: Down Beat, 27/6 (17.Mar.1960), p. 13 (C)

John S. Wilson: Duke Ellington & Johnny Hodges – “Side By Side” (Verve), in: Down Beat, ca. Apr.1960 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 157 (R)

John S. Wilson: Duke Ellington / Johnny Hodges – “On the Sunny Side of the Street” (Verve), in: Down Beat, 27/9 (28.Apr.1960), p. 38 (R)

Max Jones: Duke Looks Back, in: Melody Maker, 2.Apr.1960, p. 14 (R: Historically Speaking – The Duke)

NN: news…, in: Jazz Podium, 9/4 (Apr.1960), p. 76 (N: new rhythm section) [digi.copy]

NN: Diets of the Stars. Wealthy or poor, famous or unknown, everybody is trying hard to lose weight, in: Ebony, May 1960, p. 106-108, 110 (short F/photos: Harry Belafonte, Edna Mae Robinson, Josephine Baker, Marian Anderson, Duke Ellington, Mahalia Jackson, Dinah Washington) [digi.copy]

NN: News, in: Jazzer, #3 (May 1960), p. 15 (N: new rhythm section with Frankie Dunlop, Aaron Bell) [digi.copy]

John Tynan: Duke Ellington Los Angeles Jazz Festival, in: Down Beat, ca. Jun.1960 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 159 (R)

Alfredo Luciano Catalani: “The Duke Ellington Story Vol. II/Vol.III” (Philips); “Duke Ellington At His Very Best” (RCA Italiana), in: Jazz di ieri e di oggi, 2/7 (Jul/Aug.1960), p. 54-56 (R)

Barbara Gardner: Duke Ellington – “Blues in Orbit”, in: Down Beat, 27/15 (21.Jul.1960), p. 44 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 162 (R)

I.L. Jacobs: Ellington Natter, in: Coda, 3/3 (Jul.1960), p. 14-15 (short F/C)

Vic Bellerby: Duke in Orbit, in: Melody Maker, 16.Jul.1960, p. 11 (R: Blues in Orbit)

Don DeMichael: Duke Ellington, Court Theater, University of Chicago, Chicago, in: Down Beat, ca. Aug.1960 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 163 (C)

Bill Mathieu: “I’m Beginning to See the Light”, arranged by Bill Matthieu, in: Down Beat, 27/20 (29.Sep.1960), p. 56, 58, 60, 62, 64, 66 (T)

Ira Gitler: Duke Ellington, Detroit Jazz Festival, in: Down Beat, ca. Sep.1960 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 164 (C)

NN: Duke’s Back (in New York), in: Melody Maker, 10.Sep.1960, p. 9

John Tynan: Duke Ellington, Monterey Jazz Festival, in: Down Beat, ca. Oct.1960 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 165-166 (C)

Bob Anderson: Chords and Discords. Duke’s Score’s Ducky, in: Down Beat, 27/24 (24.Oct.1960), p. 8 (letter) [digi.copy]

Vic Bellerby: Ellington Plays Tchaikowsky, in: Melody Maker, 26.Nov.1960, p. 14 (R: Nutcracker Suite)

Michel-Claude Jalard: Trois apotres du discontinu, in: Jazz Magazine, #65 (Dec.1960), p. 42-47, 63 (F: Duke Ellington, Thelonious Monk, Cecil Taylor); reprint, in: Les Années Jazz Magazine 1954-2000, Turin 2000 [book: Filipacchi], p. 104-110 (F)

NN: news…, in: Jazz Podium, 9/12 (Dec.1960), p. 259 (N: records for film “Paris Blues”) [digi.copy]

NN: Tchaikowsky Would Have Approved, in: Melody Maker, 10.Dec.1960, p. 13 (R: Nutcracker Suite)

T. White: Review in Context. Duke Ellington – The Slumbering Giant, in: Metronome, 77/12 (Dec.1960), p. 42-43

Burnett James: The Impressionism of Duke Ellington [p. 163-174 (F)]; Such Sweet Thunder [p. 175-205 (F)], in: Burnett James: Essays on Jazz, London 1961 [book: The Jazz Book Club & Sidgwick and Jackson]; reprint: New York 1990 [book: Da Capo]

Demètre Ioakimidis: Un pianiste nommé Ellington, in: Jazz Hot, 163 (Mar.1961), p. 12-15, 46 (F); part 2, in: Jazz Hot, #164 (Apr.1961), p. 18-19, 42 (F); part 3, in: Jazz Hot, #165 (May 1961), p. 22-25, 27 (F); part 4, in: Jazz Hot, #166 (Jun.1961), p. 20-25 (F)

G.E. Lambert: Kings of Jazz. Duke Ellington, South Brunswick 1961 [book]

Hans-Jürgen Winkler: Duke Ellington, in: Hans-Jürgen Winkler: Jazz für Jedermann, München 1961 [book], p. 236-239 (F)

J.-R. Masson: Ellington au T.N.P., in: Jazz Magazine, 7/67 (1961), p. 15 (C)

J.-R. Masson: Satchmo et Duke face à face, in: Jazz Magazine, 7/71 (1961), p. 15

John Lane (ed.): George Shearing. Interpretations for Piano No. 7, New York 1961 [sheet music], p. 22-23 (T: piano solo arrangement by George Shearing of “All Too Soon”)

Murray Feldman (ed.): Art Tatum Improvisations, No. 2, London 1961 [sheet music] (T: piano solo arrangement of Art Tatum’s versions of “Don’t Get Around Much Anymore” [p. 6-7]; “I Got It Band (And That Ain’t Good)” [p. 16-17])

R. Greene: Duke Ellington. Eine Bildchronik, Zürich 1961 [book]

Several authors: Quincy Hamp Duke, in: Jazz Magazine, 7/70 (1961), p. 22ff.

Siegfried Schmidt-Joos: Duke – mit kleinen Unterschieden, in: Siegfried Schmidt-Joos: Jazz. Gesicht einer Musik, Gütersloh 1961 [book], p. 235-240, 257 (F)

Whitney Balliett: The Duke at Play, in: Whitney Balliett: The Sound of Jazz. 46 Pieces on Jazz, London 1961 [book], p. 45-48 (C: “A Drum is a Woman”); Reprint, in: Whitney Balliett: Collected Works. A Journal of Jazz 1954-2000, New YOrk 2000 [book: St.Martin’s Press], p. 16-18 (C) [digi.copy]

Max Jones: It was a challenge, says Duke, in: Melody Maker, 14.Jan.1961, p. 5 (F: Paris Blues)

Max Jones: With Duke and Louis in Paris, in: Melody Maker, 7.Jan.1961, p. 2-3, 17

Anders R. Öhman: Duke Ellington and his orchestra – “The Nutcracker Suite” (Philips), in: Orkester Journalen, 29/2 (Feb.1961), p. 22, 24 (R: 4 stars)

NN: Dope Charge Hold 4 Members In Ellington Band, in: Washington Post, 10.Feb.1961, p. B13 (F: Willie Cook, Andrew Wilcox, Ray Nance, Paul Gonsalves, William Black) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke’s Mad, Mad Paris Visit, in: Down Beat, 28/4 (16.Feb.1961), p. 12 (F)

NN: Pre-Dawn Drugs Raid on Ellington Men, in: Melody Maker, 18.Feb.1961, p. 8

Anders R. Öhman: Duke Ellington and his Orchestra – “Ellingtonia. Vol. 1. The Twenties” (Philips) [4 stars]; “Ellingtonia. Vol. 2. The Thirties” (Philips) [4 stars]; “Ellingtonia. Vol. 3. The Forties” (Philips) [3 stars]; “Ellingtonia. Vol. 4. The Fifties” (Philips) [4 stars]; “Ellingtonia. Vol. 5. New Recordings of Great Standards” (Philips) [3 stars], in: Orkester Journalen, 29/3 (Mar.1961), p. 25 (R)

NN: Ellington mußte Kaution stellen, in: Jazz Podium, 10/3 (Mar.1961), p. 68

NN: Four Ellingtonians Arrested in Vegas, in: Down Beat, 28/6 (16.Mar.1961), p. 11 (short F: Ray Nance, Willie Cook, Andre Ford, Paul Gonsalves) [digi.copy]

Harry Nicolausson: Givande kväll med Dukes giganter, in: Orkester Journalen, 29/4 (Apr.1961), p. 9 (C)

Humphrey Lyttelton: Duke – The Greatest Poet in Jazz, in: Melody Maker, 8.Apr.1961, p. 5, 8

NN: Duke Ellington – “Festival Session” (Philips B 07564 L), in: Rhythme. Nederlands enige Jazz-Periodiek, 12/139 (Apr.1961), p. 23 (R)

NN: Und jetzt Grieg. Ellingtons neueste Ambitionen, in: Jazz Podium, 10/4 (Apr.1961), p. 96 (short F) [digi.copy]

Stanley Dance: The Beautiful Americans, in: Jazz Journal, ca. Apr.1961 (F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 172 (F)

Gene Lees: Duke Ellington – “The Nutcracker Suite” (Columbia); “Peer Gynt Suites No.1 and 2, Suite Thursday” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, 28/10 (11.May 1961), p. 28-30 (R)

NN: Pickles. Sällsynt samarbete, in: Orkester Journalen, 29/5 (May 1961), p. 5 (N: records with Louis Armstrong)

Stanley Dance: More Paris Blues, in: Jazz Journal, ca. May 1961 (F/I); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 174 (F/I)

Vic Bellerby: Here Is All the Poetry of Duke’s Piano, in: Melody Maker, 6.May 1961, p. 13 (R: “Piano in the Background”)

NN: Duke Ellington – “The Nutcracker Suite” (Philips B 47048 L), in: Rhythme. Nederlands enige Jazz-Periodiek, 12/141 (Jun.1961), p. 29 (R)

NN: Pickles. På skiva, in: Orkester Journalen, 29/6 (Jun.1961), p. 5 (N: new records)

Anders R. Öhman: “Duke Ellington and his Orchestra” (Coral 97015 LPCM), in: Orkester Journalen, 29/7-8 (Jul/Aug.1961), p. 24-25 (R: 5 stars)

Anders R. Öhman: “Maxwell Davis Conductiong Compositions of Duke Ellington and Others” (Crown CLP 5153), in: Orkester Journalen, 29/7-8 (Jul/Aug.1961), p. 24 (R: 3 stars)

Don DeMichael: Duke Ellington, Indiana Jazz Festival, in: Down Beat, ca. Jul.1961 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 177 (C)

John S. Wilson: Duke Ellington – “Piano in the Background” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, 28/15 (20.Jul.1961), p. 41-42 (R)

NN: Pickles. Färdigskrivet, in: Orkester Journalen, 29/7-8 (Jul/Aug.1961), p. 5 (N: musical “Man with Four Sides”)

Stanley Dance: Festival. Preparation and Aftermath. The Story of “Suite Thursday”, in: Metronome, 78/7 (Jul.1961), p. 22-23

Steve Voce: It Don’t Mean a Thing. If It Ain’t Got That Swing, in: Jazz Journal, 18/4 (Apr.1965), p. 25-26 (C)

Charles McCabe: Duke Ellington to the Court of St. James?, in: New York Times, 27.Sep.1961 (F); reprint, in: New York Times, 10.Jul.2011 (F) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke Objects to Jazz as a Term, in: Down Beat, 28/22 (26.Oct.1961), p. 13 (short F)

Teddy Leyh: Kritisches Mosaik. Ellingtonia I, in: Jazz Podium, 10/10 (Oct.1961), p. 242-243, 245

John Tynan: Paris Blues, in: Down Beat, 28/24 (23.Nov.1961), p. 16 (F/I)

Vic Bellerby: Duke epitomises the jazz of the ‘twenties, in: Melody Maker, 36/1462 (23.Dec.1961), p. 6 (F/R: “Jungle Jamboree”, Parlophone PMC1164) [digi.copy]

Burt Korall: Ellington in Concert (New York), in: Melody Maker, 9.Dec.1961, p. 13 (C)

Dieter Zimmerle: Duke Ellington. Eine Bildchronik, hg. von Robert Greene, in: Jazz Podium, 10/12 (Dec.1961), p. 298 (B)

Don DeMichael: “Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington” (Roulette), in: Down Beat, 28/26 (21.Dec.1961), p. 32, 37 (R: 4 1/2 stars) [digi.copy]

Stanley Dance: Harry Carney, in: Metronome, 78/12 (Dec.1961), p. 15-18 (I)

André Hodeir: Why Did Ellington “Remake” His Masterpiece, in: André Hodeir: Toward Jazz, New York 1962 [book: Grove Press; London 1965: The Jazz Book Club], p. 24-32 (F: “Ko-Ko”)

André Hodeir: Why Did Ellington ‘Remake’ His Masterpiece?, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 297-302 (F; Reprint, from: André Hodeir: Toward Jazz, New York 1962)

Bill Coss: Duke Ellington, Museum of Modern Art, New York, in: Down Beat, 29/5 (1962), p. 4 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 188 (C)

Bob Smith: Hot Air. Interview with Duke Ellington, 1962 (I) [sound file]; information about the show, by Mickael Juk, in: , 29.Nov.2012 (F) [digi.copy]

Florence Johnson: Duke Ellington Welcomes Back ‘Old Timers’, in: Jazz Notes/Indianapolis, 7/5 (1962), p. 10 (short F)

James Poling (ed.): Esquire’s World of Jazz, London 1962 [book: Arthur Baker], p. 84-89 (F: chapter “The diligent Duke”)

James Poling (ed.): Esquire’s World of Jazz, London 1962 [book: Arthur Baker], p. 193-207 (F: chapter “The Future of Jazz”; short I with Thelonious Monk, Duke Ellington, Gerry Mulligan, Sonny Rollins, Dave Brubeck, John Lewis)

NN: Ellington Sues and Is Sued in Return, in: Down Beat, 29/24 (1962), p. 12 (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 194 (short F)

NN: Ellington TV Show Ready to Roll, in: Down Beat, 29/7 (1962), p. 13-14

NN: Work Begins on TV Ellington Story, in: Down Beat, 29/3 (1962), p. 11 (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 192 (short F)

Stanley Dance: Ellington, Duke, in: Stanley Dance (ed.): Jazz Era. The ‘Forties, London 1962 [book: The Jazz Book Club & MacGibbon & Kee], p. 96-102 (F)

Stanley Dance: It’s Really a Twisting World. An Interview, in: Jazz, 1/1 (1962), p. 8-9 (I)

Stanley Dance: Three Ellington Firsts, in: Jazz, 1/2 (1962), p. 14

Whitney Balliett: Masterly Milquetoast, in: Whitney Balliett: Dinosaurs in the Morning. 41 Pieces on Jazz, London 1965 [book], p. 198-200 (C; reprint from 1962); Reprint, in: Whitney Balliett: Collected Works. A Journal of Jazz 1954-2000, New York 2000 [book: St.Martin’s Press], p. 160-162 (C)

Michel Laverdure: Louis Armstrong et Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Magazine, #78 (Jan.1962), p. 33 (R)

Philippe Koechlin: Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington – “Together fot the First Time” (Roulette), in: Jazz Hot, #172 (Jan.1962), p. 39, 41 (R) [digi.copy]

Rolf Dötsch: Duke Ellington – “Kings of Swing” (Brunswick), in: Jazz Podium, 11/2 (Feb.1962), p. 52-53 (R) [digi.copy]

Rolf Dötsch: Duke Ellington Trio – “The Duke Plays Ellington” (Capitol), in: Jazz Podium, 10/2 (Feb.1961), p. 58 (R) [digi.copy]

Stanley Dance: Lightly and Politely. Ellington Premiere, in: Jazz Journal, 15/2 (Feb.1962), p. 8-9 (F/C: piano recital)

Duke Ellington: Where Is Jazz Going?, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 324-326 (“I”; Reprint, from: Music Journal, Mar.1962)

Max Jones: Duke and Basie Combine, in: Melody Maker, 17.Mar.1962, p. 6 (R: “Battle Royal”)

NN: Credit Where Due On ‘Paris Blues’, in: Down Beat, 29/11 (24.May 1962), p. 13 (shot F/I with Murry McEachern)

John S. Wilson: Duke Ellington & Count Basie – “First Time” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, ca. May 1962 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 193 (R)

Duke Ellington & Stanley Dance: The Art Is In the Cooking, in: Down Beat, 7.Jun.1962 (I); Reprint, in: Down Beat, 56/9 (Sep.1989), p. 60 (I); Reprint, in: Down Beat, 66/4 (Apr.1999), p. 28-29 (I); reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 332-338 (“I”)

Leonard Feather: Duke Ellington – “All American” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, ca. Jun.1962 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 196 (R)

Norman Perkins: Jazz Festival a triumph only for Duke Ellington, in: [unknown source], ca. Jun.1962 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 195 (C)

Pete Welding: Long Day’s Journey. On the Road with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 326-332 (F/I; Reprint, from: Down Beat, 7.Jun.1962)

Stanley Dance: Lightly and Politely. More Ellingtonia, in: Jazz Journal, 15/6 (Jun.1962), p. 22-23 (F)

NN: Ellington und Basie schlugen die “Battle Royal”, in: Jazz Podium, 11/9 (Sep.1962), p. 202-203 (F/R) [digi.copy]

NN: Up to My Ears in All of It – Says Duke, in: Melody Maker, 15.Sep.1962, p. 20-21

NN: Duke Ellington on the Air in Vancouver, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 338-341 (I; Original: radio interview, 30.Oct.1962)

Stanley Dance: It’s Really a Twisting World, by Duke Ellington in an interview with Stanley Dance, in: Jazz [USA], 1/1 (Oct.1962), p. 8-9 (I) [digi.copy]

Stanley Dance: Lightly & Politely. Such Stuff As Dreams Are Made On, in: Jazz Journal, 15/10 (Oct.1962), p. 22-24 (F)

NN: Jazz. Duke Ellington, in: Showbusiness, 2/8 (5.Nov.1962), p. 7 (N: plans European tour in January 1963) [digi.copy]

John Tynan: New Blood from Some Old Hands, in: Down Beat, ca. Nov.1962 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 205-206 (C)

Frank Dutton: The Goodyear Jazz Film. A Review, in: Matrix, #44 (Dec.1962), p. 3-4 (Film-R)

NN: Ellington Joins Sinatra Label, in: Melody Maker, 8.Dec.1962, p. 3

Dan Morgenstern: The Ellington Era, in: Dan Morgenstern: Living with Jazz. A Reader, New York 2004 [book: Pantheon], p. 108-112 (F; reprint, from: Listen. A Music Monthly, 1963)

George Hoefer: Ellington Memories, in: Jazz, 2/3 (1963), p. 11

Jean Wagner: L’aristocrate aux prises avec la foule, in: Jazz Magazine, 9/91 (1963), p. 23-25

Leonard Feather: The Duke Ellington Story, as Hollywood might do it, in: Leonard Feather & Jack Tracy: Laughter from the Hip. The Lighter Side of Jazz, New York 1963 [book: Horizon Press]; reprint: New York 1979 [book: Da Capo], p. 45-53 (F: ficticious screenplay)

Martin Williams: The Ellington Era, in: Martin Williams: Jazz Changes, New York 1992 [book: Oxford University Press], p. 264-272 (R; Reprint from 1963/1966)

Mercer Ellington: Reminiscing in Tempo, in: Dom Cerulli & Burt Korall & Mort Nasatir (ed.): The Jazz Word, London 1963 [book], p. 54-66 (F)

Several authors: Vive le Duke!, in: Jazz Hot, 28/185 (1963), p. 6-10

Whitney Balliett: Fortieth / Cootie / Praise, in: Whitney Balliett: Such Sweet Thunder. 49 Pieces on Jazz, Indianapolis 1966 [book: Bobbs-Merrill], p. 98-118 (F/I with Cootie Williams; reprint from 1963); Reprint, in: Whitney Balliett: Collected Works. A Journal of Jazz 1954-2000, New York 2000 [book: St.Martin’s Press], p. 204-213 (F)

Demètre Ioakimidis: Ellington’s Drummers, in: Jazz Journal, 16/1 (Jan.1963), p. 4-5

Duke Ellington: Thoughts on Composing, in: Jazz Journal, 16/1 (Jan.1963), p. 3 (I)

Harvey Pekar: The Duke Ellington Small Bands, in: Jazz Journal, 16/1 (Jan.1963), p. 6-7 (F)

John Tynan: Caught in the Act. New Blood from Some Old Hands, in: Down Beat, 30/1 (3.Jan.1963), p. 13, 34 (C)

Laurie Henshaw: Ellingtonia ’63. Relaxing at the Dorchester, in: Melody Maker, 19.Jan.1963, p. 10-11

Laurie Henshaw: Rehearsing with Duke, in: Melody Maker, 26.Jan.1963, p. i, iv

Les Tomkins: Duke Ellington, in: Crescendo, ca. Jan.1963 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 209 (C)

Max Jones: The “Old Boys” Still Call the Tune, in: Melody Maker, 19.Jan.1963, p. 11

NN: A Historical Calendar of Duke Ellington’s Career, in: Jazz Journal, 16/1 (Jan.1963), p. 9-13

NN: Duke Signs with Reprise, Will Also Supervise Sessions, in: Down Beat, 30/1 (3.Jan.1963), p. 11 (short F)

NN: Duke’s Here! Hour-Long TV Show by Ellington, in: Melody Maker, 12.Jan.1963, p. 1

NN: Ellington wurde Programmdirektor (Reprise), in: Jazz Podium, 12/1 (Jan.1963), p. 3

Several authors: Music in the Making by the Ellington Men, in: Melody Maker, 26.Jan.1963, p. ii-iii

Sinclair Traill: Back Again, in: Jazz Journal, 16/1 (Jan.1963), p. 1-2 (F)

Vic Bellerby: The Greatest Concert Ever!, in: Melody Maker, 19.Jan.1963, p. 10

NN: Jazz. Duke Ellington, in: Showbusiness, 3/2 (25.Feb.1963), p. 9 (N: “Piano in the Background” receives French record prize) [digi.copy]

Humphrey Lyttelton: Tin Pan Alley Can Do It’s Worst! Humphrey Lyttelton Sums Up the Duke Ellington Tour, in: Melody Maker, 2.Feb.1963, p. 11

Denis Preston: He’s the Greatest Man in Jazz. In what he describes as an ‘inadequate appreciation’ of Duke Ellington, Denis Preston – for many years one of the foremost authorities on Ducal music – writes a tribute to a distinguished jazz guest, in: The Jazz Scene, 2/3 (Mar.1963), p. 2-7 (F)

Dieter Zimmerle: Der “One and Only” Duke, in: Jazz Podium, 12/3 (Mar.1963), p. 56-57

Don DeMichael: Duke Ellington, Detroit Symphony, Ford Auditorium, Detroit, Mich., in: Down Beat, ca. Mar.1963 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 216 (C)

Eddie Lambert: Duke Ellington – 1963, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 342-346 (F; Reprint, from: Jazz Journal, 16/3 [Mar.1963])

François Postif: Le Duke parle, in: Jazz Hot, #185 (Mar.1963), p. 14-18 (I); Reprint, in: François Postif: Jazz Me Blues. Interviews et portraits de musiciens de jazz et de blues, Paris 1998 [book: Outre Mesure], p. 175-183 (I)

Jacques Réda: Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Magazine, #646 (Feb.2013), p. 51-53 (F; reprint, from Jazz Magazine, #92, Mar.1963) [digi.copy]

Jeremy French: Jeremy French has some controversial things to say about the last Duke Ellington tour of Britain, analyses in detail the musicians and he orchestra of Ellington 1963, in: The Jazz Scene, 2/3 (Mar.1963), p. 7-11 (F)

Philippe Koechlin & Aris Destombes & Jean Tronchot: Vive le Duke!, in: Jazz Hot, #185 (Mar.1963), p. 6-10 (F)

Sinclair Traill: Editorial, in: Jazz Journal, 16/3 (Mar.1963), p. 1-4 (F/C)

Steve Voce: A Cold from “Little Eddie”, in: Jazz Journal, 16/3 (Mar.1963), p. 12-13 (F: gossip from the Ellington tour)

Max Jones: Thirty-Six Years of Ellington, in: Melody Maker, 6.Apr.1963, p. 10 (R: “The Duke in Harlem”)

NN: Duke l’infatigable, in: Jazz Hot, #186 (Apr.1963), p. 17 (N)

NN: Dukes Terminkalender, in: Jazz Podium, 12/4 (Apr.1963), p. 76

NN: news…, in: Jazz Podium, 12/5 (May 1963), p. 107 (N: with Detroit Symphony Orchestra) [digi.copy]

NN: Nachrichten in Kürze. Duke Ellington, in: Showbusiness, 3/4 (25.Jul.1963), p. 4 (N: honorary doctorate from Howard University; concerts in Sweden; plans state department tour) [digi.copy]

Ira Gitler: Caught In the Act. Duke Ellington Jazz Society, Town Hall, New York City, in: Down Beat, 30/23 (15.Aug.1963), p. 32 (C)

NN: Ellington Puts Together Show for Emancipation Celebration, in: Down Beat, 30/23 (15.Aug.1963), p. 11 (F)

NN: Major Ellington Opuses Slated for LP Release, in: Down Beat, 30/24 (29.Aug.1963), p. 9 (short F: “Night Creature”)

Don DeMichael: Caught In the Act. My People, Arie Crown Theatre, Chicago, in: Down Beat, 30/26 (26.Sep.1963), p. 41 (C)

Horst Lippmann: Pianorama. Duke Ellington – “Money Jungle” (United Artists); “Midnight in Paris” (CBS), in: Jazz Podium, 12/10 (Oct.1963), p. 216-217, 220 (R) [digi.copy]

Max Jones: Ellington Trio (Ellington-Mingus-Roach), in: Melody Maker, 19.Oct.1963, p. 10 (R)

NN: Ellingtonians Storm Madras, in: Indian Express, ca. Oct.1963 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 227 (C)

A.J. Bishop: Duke’s Creole Rhapsody, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 347-349 (F; Reprint, from: Jazz Monthly, Nov.1963)

John S. Wilson: Louis Armstrong & Duke Ellington – “The Great Reunion” (Roulette), in: Down Beat, 30/29 (7.Nov.1963), p. 28 (R)

Dan Morgenstern: The Ellington Era, in: Listen. A Music Monthly, 1 (Dec.1963) (F); reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 350-354 (F); reprint, in: Dan Morgenstern: Living with Jazz. A Reader, New York 2004 [book: Pantheon], p. 108-112 (F)

NN: Ellington, on Asian Tour, ‘Tears Down the Clouds’, in: Down Beat, 30/32 (19.Dec.1963), p. 15 (F)

Dan Morgenstern: Ellington. 1927-40, in: Jazz, 1964 (F); reprint, in: Dan Morgenstern: Living with Jazz. A Reader, New York 2004 [book: Pantheon], p. 113-116 (F)

M.-C. Ramonet: Duke!, in: Jazz Hot, 30/205 (1964), p. 10

NN: Duke Ellington’s “My People”, in: Jazz, 3/1 (1964), p. 21

NN: Jazzmen of the Year. Duke Ellington, in: Down Beat Music ’64 (1964), p. 12

NN: The Duke. Edward Kennedy Ellington Orchestra. Norman Granz presents The Duke, Offenbach 1964 [program booklet: Horst Lippmann] (F)

P. Lattes: Ellington 64, in: Jazz Hot, 30/198 (1964), p. 18-21

Sidney Finkelstein: Jazz. A People’s Music, New York 1948 [book: Citadel Press]; reprint: London 1964 [book: The Jazz Book Club & The Citadel Press], p. 191-242 (F: chapter “The Experimental Laboratory and The New Jazz…”)

Wilfrid Mellers: Jazz polyphony and jazz harmony. Duke Ellington as composer, in: Wilfrid Mellers: Music in a New Found Land. Themes and Developments in the History of American Music, London 1964 [book], p. 316-330 (F/A)

Willie The Lion Smith & George Hoefer: Music on My Mind. The Memoirs of an American Pianist, New York 1964 [book], passim (F)

A.J. Bishop: Reminiscing in Tempo – A Landmark in Jazz Composition, in: Jazz Journal, 17/1 (Jan.1964), p. 5-6 (A); Reprint, in: in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 355-358 (A)

Eddie Lambert: The Ellington Era, Vol.1, in: Jazz Journal, 17/1 (Jan.1964), p. 36-37 (F/A)

G.E. Lambert: The Duke Steps Out, in: Jazz Journal, 17/1 (Jan.1964), p. 2-4, 40 (F)

John S. Wilson: Duke Ellington – “Piano in the Foreground” (Columbia), in: Down Beat, 31/2 (16.Jan.1964), p. 26-27 (R)

Max Harrison: Reflections on Some of Duke Ellington’s Longer Works, in: Jazz Monthly, Jan.1964, p. 12-17 (F) [digi.copy]; Reprint, in: Max Harrison: A Jazz Retrospect, London 1991 [book; Reprint, O: 1976], p. 121-128 (F); Reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 387-394 (F; Revised Reprint)

Pete Welding: Old Wine, New Bottles, in: Down Beat, 31/1 (2.Jan.1964), p. 29-30 (R: “The Ellington Era”, Columbia)

Roger Craik: Duke in Dacca, in: Jazz Journal, 17/1 (Jan.1964), p. 12-13 (F/I)

Stanley Dance: Duke Ellington’s My People, in: Jazz Journal, 17/1 (Jan.1964), p. 19, 22 (C)

Bob Houston: The Night Tubby Blew With Duke…, in: Melody Maker, ca. Feb.1964 (F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 233 (F)

Brian Bate: With Duke on Tour. A Report, in: Down Beat, 31/6 (27.Feb.1964), p. 14-15 (F/I: Middle East Tour)

Lucien Malson & Christian Bellest: Etude. Gravures célèbres, in: Jazz Magazine, #103 (Feb.1964), p. 30-32 (A: “Double Check Stomp”; “Mood Indigo”; “Echoes of the Jungle”)

Don DeMichael & Pete Welding: Jazz Basics. “The Ellington Era, Vol. 1” (Columbia); “Duke Ellington at His Very Best” (RCA Victor), in: Down Beat, 31/7 (12.Mar.1964), p. 22 (R)

John S. Wilson: Duke Ellington – “My People” (Contact), in: Down Beat, 31/7 (12.Mar.1964), p. 28 (R)

Leonard Feather: “The Symphonic Ellington” (Reprise), in: Down Beat, 31/7 (12.Mar.1964), p. 25-26 (R); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 237 (R)

NN: Ellington et ses juges. Le Duke vient d’être condamné par la “Fondation Grieg”, in: Jazz Magazine, #104 (Mar.1964), p. 16 (N)

G.E. Lambert: Ellingtonia ’64, in: Jazz Journal, 17/4 (Apr.1964), p. 2-4 (F/C)

Max Jones: Symphonic Ellington, in: Melody Maker, 4.Apr.1964 (R)

Max Jones: The Great Reunion, in: Melody Maker, 18.Apr.1964, p. 10 (R: Armstrong/Ellington – “The Great Reunion”)

NN: Robert Herridge Films an Hour of Ellington for TV, in: [unknown source], ca. Apr.1964 (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 242 (short F)

Don DeMichael: Caught in the Act. Duke Ellington, Civic Opera House, Chicago, in: Down Beat, 31/12 (21.May 1964), p. 30 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 241 (C)

Eddie Mourrichon: Le Duke, Jodges et Carney étaient célèbres quand Gilbert Rovère vint au monde, in: Jazz Hot, #198 (May 1964), p. 20-21 (I with Rovère)

Huge Downs: Duke Ellington TV Interview, NBC Studios, New York, 26.May 1964 (I); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 244-245 (I)

Petr Brabec: Duke Ellington. “Hrajete na piano?” “Nikoliv, na orchestr!”, in: Melodie [CSSR], 2/5 (May 1964), p. 72-73 (F)

Pierre Lattes: Ellington 64. Nous vous aimons à la folie, Monsieur Duke Ellington, in: Jazz Hot, #198 (May 1964), p. 18-21 (F/C)

NN: Duke Thrills Coast Audience, in: [unknown source], ca. Jun.1964 (short F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 246 (short F)

NN: Robert Herridge Films an Hour of Ellington for TV, in: Down Beat, 31/13 (4.Jun.1964), p. 9 (N)

Dan Morgenstern: Caught in the Act. Duke Ellington, Wellman Auditorium, Columbia University, New York City, in: Down Beat, 31/21 (16.Jul.1964), p. 42-43 (C)

Duke Ellington: Reminiscing in Tempo, in: Down Beat, 31/20 (2.Jul.1964), p. 8-9 (“I”); Reprint, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 358-361 (“I”)

Martin Williams: Videotaping with Duke, in: Down Beat, 31/24 (27.Aug.1964), p. 20-23 (F); Reprint, in: Martin Williams: Jazz Masters in Transition, 1957-1969, New York 1970 [book], p. 165-173 (F); Reprint, in: Martin Williams: Jazz Heritage, New York 1985 [book], p. 111-122 (F); response, by: Robert Herridge: Chords & Discords. Kudos from Herridge, in: Down Beat, 31/27 (8.Oct.1964), p. 6 (letter) [digi.copy]

Leonard Feather: [Charlie Barnet Party in Palm Springs], in: Down Beat, ca. Sep.1964 (F/C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 252 (F/C)

Don DeMichael: Duke Ellington – “Daybreak Express” (RCA Victor 506); “Hits of the ’60s / This Time by Ellington” (Reprise 6122), in: Down Beat, 31/27 (8.Oct.1964), p. 23, 26 (R: 4 1/2 stars; 4 stars) [digi.copy]

Dan Morgenstern: Duke Ellington & Billy Strayhorn – “Great Times!” (Riverside 475), in: Down Beat, 31/28 (22.Oct.1964), p. 25-26 (R: 3 1/2 stars) [digi.copy]

NN: Präsident Johnson würdigt Dukes Verdienste, in: Jazz Podium, 13/10 (Oct.1964), p. 235

NN: The Duke plays Wurlitzer, in: Ebony, Nov.1964, p. 112 (commercial ad for Wurlitzer) [digi.copy]

John S. Wilson: “Duke Ellington Plays with the Original Score from Walt Disney’s ‘Mary Poppins'” (Reprise 6141), in: Down Beat, 31/32 (17.Dec.1964), p. 29 (R: 3 1/2 stars) [digi.copy]

NN: Swimming Pool Named for Duke Ellington in California, in: Down Beat, 31/32 (17.Dec.1964), p. 10 (short F) [digi.copy]; reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 253 (short F)

Frank Tenot: Concert. Une societé en plein essor (29 et 30 janvier à Paris), in: Jazz Magazine, #116 (1965), p. 49-50 (C)

Leonard Feather: Back to Duke. Drummer Louie Belleson Returns to the Ellington Fold, in: Down Beat, 32/21 (1965), p. 15-17

NN: A New Umbrella for Duke and Ella, in: Down Beat, 32/25 (1965), p. 10-11

Stanislav Titzl: Duke Ellington. Jeho nástrojem je orchestr, in: Lubomír Doruzka & Jaromír Horec & Josef Kotek (eds.): Tanecní hudba a jazz 1964/65, Prague 1965 [book: Státní hudební vydavatelství], p. 120-129 (F)

Whitney Balliett: The How-Long Blues, in: Whitney Balliett: Dinosaurs in the Morning. 41 Pieces on Jazz, London 1965 [book], p. 185-187 (C)

Max Jones: Duke – Whose Hand on the Tiller?, in: Melody Maker, 23.Jan.1965, p. 10 (R: “Mary Poppins”)

NN: College Gives Ellington Honorary Doctor’s Degree, in: Down Beat, 32/1 (14.Jan.1965), p. 9-10 (N: honorary doctor of humanities from Milton College, Wisconsin)

Bob Dawbarn: A Medal for Courage (at London’s Royal Festival Hall), in: Melody Maker, 20.Feb.1965, p. 6 (C)

Mike Hennessey: Paris Report. Duke – In Dangers of Becoming a Jazz Museum?, in: Melody Maker, 6.Feb.1965, p. 10-11

Steve Voce: If It Ain’t Got That Swing, in: Jazz Journal, ca. Feb.1965 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 261 (C)

Vic Bellerby: Duke ’65. Out Go the Drum Solo, Medley, and On Comes Jazz, in: Melody Maker, 20.Feb.1965, p. 6

Dieter Zimmerle: Ellingtonia, in: Jazz Podium, 14/3 (Mar.1965), p. 69

Joachim Ernst Berendt: Mingus und der Schatten Duke Ellingtons, in: Jazz Podium, 14/3 (Mar.1965), p. 60-62

Michel-Claude Ramonet: Duke!, in: Jazz Hot, #207 (Mar.1965), p. 10 (C)

Rex Stewart: The Days with Duke, in: Down Beat, 32/9 (22.Apr.1965), p. 20-22 (F); Reprint, in: Down Beat, 32/8 (22.Apr.1965), p. 80-89 (F); Reprint, in: Rex Stewart: Jazz Masters of the Thirties, New York 1972 [book: Macmillan], p. 80-89 (F); response, by Bobby Woodfork, in: Down Beat, 32/12 (3.Jun.1965), p. 6 (letter); responses, by Hans J. Mauerer, John M. Dengler, in: Down Beat, 32/15 (15.Jul.1965), p. 8 (letters)

Dave Bittan: Caught in the Act. Ellington/Basie/Blakey, Academy of Music, Philadelphia, in: Down Beat, 32/11 (20.May 1965), p. 32 (C)

Max Jones: Duke’s Men Out on Their Own, in: Melody Maker, 8.May 1965, p. 14 (R: Great Ellingtonians Vol. 1/2)

NN: strictly ad lib. Potpourri, in: Down Beat, 32/10 (6.May 1965), p. 11 (N: Leonard Feather urges President Lyndon B. Johnson to consider Duke Ellington for a Presidential Medal of Freedom)

John S. Wilson: Music. Jazz at Lewisohn. Dave Brubeck Quartet and the Ellington Orchestra Attract Large Audience, in: New York Times, 29.Jun.1965, p. 27 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: Duke and the Pulitzer Prize, in: Down Beat, 32/13 (17.Jun.1965), p. 12 (short F/I); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 266 (short F/I)

NN: Potpourri. Duke Ellington, Dave Brubeck and Ella Fitzgerald together in New York, in: Down Beat, 32/12 (3.Jun.1965), p. 9 (N)

Stanley Dance & Helen Dance: Pittsburgh Is a Whale?, in: Jazz Journal, ca. Jun.1965 (F/C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 267 (F/C)

NN: Potpourri. Duke Ellington at Stamford, Conn., in: Down Beat, 32/18 (26.Aug.1965), p. 16 (N)

R. Grevatt: Caught in the Act. Ellington Goes Down a Bomb on Symphony Dates, in: Melody Maker, 21.Aug.1965, p. 27 (C)

Walther Hein: Das moderne Jazz-Antiquariat. 22. Folge: Duke Ellington und Billy Strayhorn (anno 1950), in: Jazz Podium, 14/8 (Aug.1965), p. 206-207

Dan Morgenstern: Caught in the Act. Duke Ellington/New York Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonic Hall, New York City, in: Down Beat, 32/19 (9.Sep.1965), p. 38 (C)

Dan Morgenstern: Duke Ellington – “Jumpin’ Punkins” (RCA Victor), in: Down Beat, 32/20 (23.Sep.1965), p. 35-36 (R)

Duke Ellington: Program Note for “A Concert of Sacred Music”, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 371-372 (“I”; Reprint, from: Programm, Grace Cathedral, San Francisco, 16.Sep.1965)

E. Shepard: Der Weg zum Duke, in: Jazz Podium, 14/9 (Sep.1965), p. 224-226

Nat Hentoff: This Cat Needs No Pulitzer Price, in: Mark Tucker (ed.): The Duke Ellington Reader, New York 1993 [book], p. 362-368 (F/I; Reprint, from: New York Times Magazine, 12.Sep.1965)

NN: Duke Ellington Honored by City of New York, in: Down Beat, 32/19 (9.Sep.1965), p. 11 (F); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 270 (F)

N.O. Stalgia: The Ellington-Lunceford Orchestra, in: Jazz Register, 1/4 (Oct-Dec.1965), p. 16-17 (F)

NN: S.F.’s Grace Cathedral Site of Unique Ellington Concert, in: Down Beat, 32/21 (7.Oct.1965), p. 13 (F/I)

Richard B. Hadlock – “Will Big Bands Ever Come Back?” (Reprise), in: Down Beat, 32/21 (7.Oct.1965), p. 31-32 (R)

Don DeMichael: Caught in the Act. Duke Scores with Sacred Music in Grace Cathedral, in: Down Beat, 32/23 (4.Nov.1965), p. 13, 34 (C); reprint, in: Ken Vail: Duke’s Diary. Part Two: The Life of Duke Ellington, 1950-1974, Lanham/MD 2002 [book: Scarecrow Press], p. 271 (C); reprint, in: Down Beat, 72/1 (Jan.2005), p. 20-21 (C) [digi.copy]

NN: Documentary to Symphony – Duke’s World of Challenge, in: Down Beat, 32/23 (4.Nov.1965), p. 9-10 (short F)

NN: Duke Ellington, Lena Hor