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From: David Baker

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403 Index Page numbers in italics refer to figures and musical examples. The letter t after page numbers refers to tables. a cappella, 206–208 A New Approach to Ear Training for Jazz Musicians (Baker), 69–70 ABCs of jazz education, 55, 57 Abrams, Muhal Richard, 297 acoustic set, 148–149 action, without vision, 324 active learning, 118n112 Adderley, Cannonball, 25, 291 Adkins, Jessie, 286n52 Aebersold Summer Jazz Workshops, 32, 118n108, 118n111, 127 Aebersold, Jamey, xv, 23, 122, 313–314; ABCs of jazz education, 55, 57; Combo Rehearsal Guidelines, 103; Kosbro solo, 212, 213; play-along recordings, 81 “The Aebersold Strut,” 144 affirmative action, 296 African American aesthetic, 87–88 African American classical composers, 187 African American community, 1–2, 3, 11–12 African American roots, 227 against-the-grain playing, 41–42 “Agnus Dei,” 210 “Ain’t Nobody Here but Us Chickens,” 195 Akiyoshi, Toshiko, 138 Akron Symphony Orchestra, 221 Alabama Landscape, 198–199, 215 Allen, Geri, 253 “Almaco,” 144 altered blues, 79, 115n28, 117n86 altered four-bar turnaround, 155 Alvarez, Nelson, 9 ambassador for jazz, 312–313 American Jazz Masters, 56–58, 174, 321 American Jazz Orchestra, 285n26 American Music Curriculum, 235t American Symphony Orchestra League, 297 America’s Jazz Heritage (AJH), 232t–233t, 276, 285n33 America’s music, 47, 150–151, 301 Ammons, Gene, 9 analysis, course in, 90–92 “And He Never Said a Mumbalin’ Word,” 205 And Then . . . , 191–192 Anderson, Linda, 213 Angelou, Maya, 202 Annual Jazz Education Guide (Jazz Times), 54 Apollo Theater, 8, 233t Appleton, Killer Ray, Links Tribute to Indiana African-American Jazz Artists , 131 “The Apprentice’s Sources,” 192 appurtenances, necessary, 98, 117n94 “April B,” 171 Armstrong, Louis, 204, 234t, 261, 265, 312 Army Blues, 321 404 Index arranging, 92–96; vs. composing, 150 Arranging and Composing for the Small Ensemble (Baker), 92–93, 97, 150 Arsenal Technical High School, 3 Arthur Jordan Conservatory of Music, 17–18 “Artie,” 195 arts funding, for jazz, 290–292 ascending melodic passages, 168 A-sections, 158–159 Ash, Steve, 142 Aspects of Andy, 196 audience survey, 292, 298 augmented triad pattern, 40 “Autumn Moral,” 200 Ayers, April (daughter), 21, 22, 132, 318–319 Ayers, Brad (son-in-law), 132 Ayers, Kirsten (granddaughter), 132 “B’s,” 223–224 Bach, J. S., 153, 154 bachelor’s degree in jazz studies, 53 “Back Home Again in Indiana,” 144 “backup plan,” 101 Bahn, Kurt, 142, 143 Bailey, Buster, 195 Bain, Wilfred C., 52, 290, 312 Baker, Archie (stepbrother), 4 Baker, Cleela (half-sister), 4 Baker, David: birth, 4; car accident, 48–49; doctoral work, 21; family life, 319; injury, 17, 48–49; jobs, 12; master teacher, 58–63; masters, learning from, 289, 301; Master’s degree, 20; marriage, 21; medical treatment, 48–49; money, not about, 311; most important things, 318, 325n38; prom, performing at, 142; puns, 38, 106, 317; swimming, 12, 317; word games, 317–318; word play, 38; work ethic, 12. See also pedagogy Baker, David, photographs: 25, 26, 124, 125, 126; ABCs of jazz education, 57; with A. B. Spellman and Billy Taylor, 294; with Chris Botti, 147; in the classroom, 61; Dancing Shadows, 134; David Baker Sextet, 149; with David Liebman, 135; with Dizzy Gillespie, 140; at French Lick Jazz Festival, 121; high school reunion, 133; Indiana Living Legends Award, 132; with James Moody, 145; with J. J. Johnson, 277; Johnnie & Jazz festival billboard, 128; with Joseph Gingold, 218; at Lenox School of Jazz, 28; Links Tribute to Indiana AfricanAmerican Jazz Artists, 131; Living Jazz Legends photograph, 138; Monaco, 128, 129, 130; National Jazz Service Organization, 299; at Notre Dame Jazz Festival, 122; publicity shots, 124, 137, 176; Singers of Songs, Weavers of Dreams, 183; Smithsonian Jazz Masterworks Orchestra , 134; 21st Century Bebop Band; 143; at White House, 136; at WTIU, 123 Baker, Edwin “Buddy,” 52 Baker, Eugenia “Jeannie” (first wife), 21, 133, 318–319 Baker, Lida (wife), 58, 67, 128, 132, 144, 146, 148, 149, 234t, 278, 311–312, 314 Baldwin, Don, 122 Balliet, Whitney, 233t Balter, Alan, 221 bandstand, conventions on, 310 Baraka, Amiri, 298 Barber, Stephanie and Philip, 29–30 Baroque counterpoints, 153, 154 Bartók, Béla, 220, 223 Basically Baker, 149, 154, 170–171, 174 Basie, Count, 86, 242; mutes, 167; “Splanky,” 167 bass, doubling on, 117n93 bass motif, 155 Battle of Swing (Ellington), 153 “BBBB” (Baker), 195 Beard, Jim, 142, 143, 144 145, 146 Beaux Arts Trio, 185, 186 bebop, 75, 82; defined, 141; history of, 82–84; theory, 105–106 bebop mannerisms, 115n20 “Bebop Revisited,” 144 bebop...


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  • Baker, David, 1931-.
  • Composers -- United States -- Biography. -- Composers -- United States -- Biography.
  • Jazz musicians -- United States -- Biography. -- Jazz musicians -- United States -- Biography.
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