Learning to listen : the jazz journey of Gary Burton : an autobiography / Gary Burton ; edited by Neil Tesser.
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|Princeton PL - Princeton||B Burton Bur (Text)||30890000645349||Adult Books Upper level||Available||-|
- ISBN: 9780876391402
- ISBN: 0876391404
- Physical Description: xi, 384 pages, 32 color plates : portraits (some color) ; 23 cm
- Publisher: Boston, MA : Berklee Press ; ©2013.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Intro -- Part I. Early years -- Part II. Apprenticeship -- Part III. On my own -- Part IV. Putting more on the plate -- Part V. Middle years -- Part VI. Moving on.
In Learning to Listen , Gary Burton shares his 50 years of experiences at the top of the jazz scene. A seven-time Grammy Award-winner, Burton made his first recordings at age 17, has toured and recorded with a who's who of famous jazz names, and is one of only a few openly gay musicians in jazz. Burton is a true innovator, both as a performer and an educator. His autobiography is one of the most personal and insightful jazz books ever written.
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