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Gettin’ Around Gettin’ Around Jazz, Script, Transnationalism jürgen e. grandt The University of Georgia Press    Athens Excerpts from “A Drum Is a Woman,” “Carribee Joe,” and “Pomegranate,” words and music by Billy Strayhorn and Duke Ellington, copyright © 1957 (Renewed) by Tempo Music Inc. (ascap), Sony/atv Harmony (ascap), and Music Sales Corporation (ascap); all rights administered by Music Sales Corporation; international copyright secured, all rights reserved; reprinted by permission. Excerpts from “Rhythm Pum de Drum,” “What Else Can You Do with a Drum,” and “You Better Know It,” by Duke Ellington, are quoted courtesy of Sony/ atv. Excerpts from “If the Drum Is a Woman,” by Jayne Cortez, are reprinted from Jazz Fan Looks Back, © 2002 by Jayne Cortez, by permission of Hanging Loose Press. Excerpt from “I Wonder as I Wander,” by John Jacob Niles, copyright © 1934 (Renewed) by G. Schirmer, Inc. (ascap); international copyright secured, all rights reserved; used by permission. Excerpt from “Black, Brown, and White (Get Back),” by Big Bill Broonzy, is courtesy of Screen Gems/Sony/ atv. Excerpt from “Good Morning Heartache,” by Ervin M. Drake, Dan Fisher, and Irene Higginbotham, appears courtesy of Sony/atv, Lindabet, and Microhits. An earlier version of chapter 2 was published as “The Colors of Jazz in the Weimar Republic: Hans Janowitz’s Jazz Takes the Coltrane,” in Jazz in German-Language Literature, ed. Kirsten Krick-Aigner and Marc-Oliver Schuster (Würzburg: Königshausen & Neumann, 2013), 73–94.© 2018 by the University of Georgia Press Athens, Georgia 30602 All rights reserved Designed by Set in Adobe Garamond Pro by Graphic Composition, Inc. Bogart, GA Most University of Georgia Press titles are available from popular e-book vendors. Printed digitally Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Names: Grandt, Jürgen E., 1968– author. Title: Gettin’ around : jazz, script, transnationalism / Jürgen E. Grandt. Description: Athens : University of Georgia Press, 2018. | Includes bibliographical references and index. Identifiers: lccn 2018019189| isbn 9780820354354 (hardback : alk. paper) | isbn 9780820354347 (ebook) Subjects: lcsh: Jazz—History and criticism. | Music and transnationalism. Classification: lcc ml3506 .g715 2018 | ddc 781.6509—dc23 lc record available at https:// For Werner Grandt (1931–2016) This page intentionally left blank ...


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