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Research Interests for Thomas Brothers

Research Interests: Popular music, Jazz, Late Medieval And Early Renaissance Music, African-American Music

Recent Publications
  1. Brothers, T, Louis Armstrong Master of Modernism, in W.W. Norton (2014), W.W. Norton, ISBN 0393065820 [author's comments]
  2. Brothers, T, Gladly Learn and Gladly Teach, Confluence: the Journal of Graduate Liberal Studies, vol. xv no. 1 (2009) [author's comments]
  3. Brothers, T, Review of How Low Can You Go: Anthology of the String Bass by Dick Spottswood and Steven Ledbetter, Journal of the Society for American Music, vol. 2:1 (February, 2008), pp. 119-121
  4. Brothers, T, “Who’s On First, What’s Second, and Where Did They Come From?: The Social-Musical Textures of Early Jazz”, in Early Twentieth-Century Brass Idioms: Art, Jazz and Other Popular Traditions, Studies in Jazz no. 58, edited by Weiner, H (2008), Scarecrow Press
  5. Brothers, T, Blues et Jazz, La Revue Du Jazz Authentique, vol. Oct 2008; Nov 2008 no. 574-575 (2008), pp. 8-11; 10-12

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