Music. African-American Studies. This annotated, in-depth discography and itinerary of Eddie South, the jazz violin virtuoso, includes a cassette of SELECTED TEST AND BROADCAST PERFORMANCES 1927-1953. The book includes numerous publicity and candid photographs of South throughout his career, along with reproductions of his playbills and album covers. Eddie South (1904-1962) was the foremost classically trained African-American violinist of the early jazz and the swing-to-bebop periods. He first recorded in 1923 and made his last recording in 1959, collaborating, along the way, with such notables as Django Reinhardt and Stephane Grappelly.
Anthony Barnett is an editor and musician. He is the author of many publications, including FALLEN FROM THE MOON (2020), LIKE THOSE OF AN EERIE RUIN (2019), THE MAKING OF A STORY (2018), ANTONYMS ANEW: BARBS & LOVES (2016), UNNATURAL MUSIC (2016), POEMS & (2012), TRANSLATIONS (2012), and THE RESTING BELL (1987), all from Allardyce, Barnett, Publishers. He published the original edition of J. H. Prynne's Poems and edited Veronica Forrest-Thomson's Collected Poems. He edits and produces Fable Bulletin: Violin Improvisation Studies, and is a contributor to the second editions of New Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians and of Jazz. He co-edits SNOW LIT REV.Author City: Lewes, East Sussex UNK