Louis Armstrong and the Syntax of Scat

@article{Edwards2002LouisAA,
  title={Louis Armstrong and the Syntax of Scat},
  author={Brent Hayes Edwards},
  journal={Critical Inquiry},
  year={2002},
  volume={28},
  pages={618 - 649}
}
  • Brent Hayes Edwards
  • Published 2002
  • Critical Inquiry
  • 618 Early versions of this paper were presented first in May 2000 at “Rhythm-a-ning: A Symposium on Jazz Culture” and then in December 2000 as a lecture at the Center for Jazz Studies, both at Columbia University. I am grateful to Robert G. O’Meally for those invitations and for discussing the project with me on a number of occasions. The essay has also benefited from the suggestions and comments of two other audiences: the Performance of Culture seminar at the Center for the Critical Analysis… CONTINUE READING

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