Document Type

Essay

Publication Date

1997

Abstract

In an investigation of the pedagogical strategies involved in musicmaking in New Orleans, jazz musician Donald Harrison discusses his experiences learning music in the city and his thoughts on a variety of topics, including tourism, heritage, and the intimate relationship between the music and the people of his hometown.

Comments

This is an excerpt from Musicmaking in New Orleans: A Reappraisal (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Liverpool, 1997)

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