História do Jazz, com Júlio Barbosa

História do Jazz

As Origens

Primeiro episódio sobre a História do Jazz com o professor Júlio Barbosa. As origens africanas, o jass creole e os grandes Louis Armstrong, Errol Gardner, Mahalia Jackson, Bessie Smith, além de Baby Dods Trio, Wyoonie Harris e Big Mama Thornton



FOLI (there is no movement without rhythm) original version by Thomas Roebers  and Flor Leeuwenberg
Original Tuxedo Jass Band in Baden Baden – “Closer Walk – Didn´t The Ramble”  Louis Armstrong – “Dinah” / Errol Gardner – “What this thing called love” / Mahalia Jackson – ” Silent Night”
Bessie Smith – “Empty Bed Blues” / Baby Dodds Trio – “Jazz A´La Creole” / Bessie Smith – “Dirty No Gooder´s Blues” / Louis Armstrong – “I’ll Be Glad When You’re Dead You Rascal You” / Wynonie Harris – “Don´t Roll Those Bloodshot Eyes” / Big Mama Thornton – “You Ain´t Nothing But a Hound Dog”

OS tambores e os spirituals

Segundo episódio sobre a História do Jazz com o professor Júlio Barbosa. A influência da espiritualidade, dos tambores africanos até os spirituals e grandes cantoras Mahalia Hackson, Aretha Franklin, Sister Rosetta Tharpe, Bessie Smith, dentre outros.


Referências: Africa Percussion / Dinwiddie Colored Quartet, ”Down on the Old Campground” (1902) /  Keme Birama / French West Africa, Malinké Tribe: Musique de Fêt  / French West Africa, Baoulé Tribe: Duo de Flûtes
Bonne Annee au royaume kuba / Ruanda Urundi (1950) / Toumani Diabaté & Sidiki Diabaté – Jarabi / Oh, Wasn´t Dad a Wide River / Swing Low Sweet Chariot – Fisk Jubilee Singers (1909) / The Rev. Kelsey. ‘The Little Boy’
/ Spirit of Memphis Quartet – He Never Left Me Alone The Abyssinian Baptist Gospel Choir – Said I wasn’t gonna tell nobody / Nobody Knows The Trouble I’ve Seen / Amazing Grace Sister Rosetta Tharpe – Gospel Train
Marie Knight & Sister Rosetta Tharpe – Calvary /Bessie Smith – ST Louis Blues / Mahalia Jackson – I Found the Answer /

A influência do Blues

Terceiro episódio sobre a História do Jazz com o professor Júlio Barbosa.




“Rock – o grito e o mito”, MUGGIATI, Roberto. Editora Vozes, Petrópolis, 1983
“Blues – Da lama à fama”. MUGGIATI, Roberto. Editora 34.

Original Black Betty“Jody” (Prison work song) /  Negro Prison Songs / “Rosie”1947 [RARE]Gershwin: Porgy and Bess – There’s a boat dat’s leaving soon for New York (Damon Evans) Cotton Fields – Leadbelly / You Was Born To Die – BLIND WILLIE McTELL (1933) Blues Guitar Legend   / lonnie johnson – falling rain blues  / BARBECUE BOB – Mississippi Heavy Water Blues [1927]  / Blind Blake – Police Dog Blues  / Peg Leg Howell – Skin Game Blues (1963) / Kokomo Arnold – The Twelves (1935)  / Truckin’ My Blues Away by Blind Boy Fuller (1936, Blues guitar)  / Wait And Listen   / Sony Terry & Brownie McGee – Bring it on home to me  / Blues Masters 1 – Urban Blues [Full Album]  / Big Bill Broonzy – Trouble In Mind Blind Lemon Jefferson – Match Box Blues Robert Johnson – Me And The Devil Blues (Legendado) HD / Robert Johnson- Crossroad

Grandes cantoras e o início do “Ragtime”

Quarto episódio sobre a História do Jazz no podcast do professor Júlio Barbosa. A conversa continua enaltecendo grandes cantoras do jazz, como Bessie Smith, e sua importância no gênero. Aborda também a influência criola, a partir dos descendentes de escravos de colônias francesas nos Estados Unidos, e chega no ragtime de Scott Joplin.

Ragtime e Orquestras

Quinto episódio sobre a História do Jazz no podcast do professor Júlio Barbosa. A conversa parte do genial Scott Joplin (foto) e sua influência na formação de orquestras, e mostra a influência na música clássica da época, em compositores como Debussy e Stravisky, e enaltece nomes importantes como Jelly Roll Morton como mais um ícone do gênero.

Referências: Ragtime Piano : SCOTT JOPLIN . ” The Entertainer ” (1902) / Castles in Europe Ragtime March, James Reese Europe, arr by: Chandler L. Wilson (ASCAP) / Pine Apple Rag – Scott Joplin 1908) / Cake Walk / Player piano “The Entertainer” / Sousa – King Cotton March / Scott Joplin “Maple Leaf Rag” Paul Barton, FEURICH HP piano / 12th Street Rag by Euday L. Bowman ~ Aaron Robinson, piano / Fats Waller – I Can’t Give You Anything But Love / Conlon Nancarrow, Study for Player Piano No. 3a / Aeolian Pianola Player Piano plays Scott Joplin roll ‘Solace’ (Mexican Serenade) / Grace and Beauty / Jelly Roll Morton – Maple Leaf Rag / James  / P. Johnson (1894-1955): Carolina Shout (1921) / Morning Air / At a Georgia Camp Meeting / Debussy’s “Golliwogg’s Cakewalk”, performed by Richard Tilling / 1920s Charleston / Igor Stravinsky – Ragtime for eleven instruments (audio + sheet music) / Treemonisha (Scott Joplin) – Houston Grand Opera legendado português-BR / Harlem Symphony (1932) , Night Club / Jelly Roll Morton – Kansas City Stomps / Jelly Roll Morton – Doctor Jazz / Jelly Roll Morton – Blackbottom Stomp-1926 / Jelly Roll Morton – The Chant-1926 / The Best of Original Dixieland Jazz Band (1917-1936)

Grandes nomes de orquestras / Louis Armstrong

Sexto episódio da História do jazz com o professor Júlio Barbosa,, desta vez dando destaque a grandes nomes, como Louis Armstrong, Jelly Roll Morton, e orquestras como a Original Dixieland Jazz Band, a Original Zenith Brass Band, nomes como Alphonse Picou, Freddie Keppard, Bunk Johnson, Oscar Papa Celestin e King Oliver, os “honky tonks” e o “boogie  woogie”.


Original Dixieland Jass Band – Livery Stable Blues (1917)/ Buddy Bolden Blues / Jelly Roll Morton – New Orleans Blues / Original Dixieland Jazz Band “Dixie Jass Band One Step” February 26, 1917 FIRST JAZZ RECORD /
CLOSER WALK -DIDN’T HE RAMBLE – Original Tuxedo Jass Band in Baden Baden 1964 / Original Zenith Brass Band – Shake It And Break It / John Casimir’s Young Tuxedo Brass Band – Lead Me Saviour / 
Dejan’s Olympia Brass Band – Marie Laveau /“When The Saints Go Marching In” Dukes of Dixiela /Alphonse Picou: High Society /Freddie Keppard Erskine Tate’s Vendome Orchest New Orleans Giant 1923-1928 1998 / 
Bunk Johnsons Jazz Band – Walk Through The Streets / born Jan.1, 1884 Oscar Papa Celestin “My Josephine” /Riverside Blues — King Oliver 1923 /King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band – Dipper Mouth Blues (1923) / 
King Oliver’s Creole Jazz Band, West End Blues (1928) / Tiger Rag – New Orleans Rhythm Kings (1922) /Louis Armstrong – Tears / Your Just My Type : King oliver and His Orchestra / *original* – Boogie Woogie Blues – Albert Ammons / Solo for the Seron / Mead Lux Lewis plays “Honky Tonk Train Blues” / 1929 HITS ARCHIVE: Pine Top’s Boogie Woogie – Pine Top Smith / 1944 HITS ARCHIVE: Hamp’s Boogie Woogie – Lionel Hampton 

O Jazz conquista Nova York e revela grandes nomes

Sétimo episódio da série sobre a História do Jazz com o professor Júlio Barbosa, desta vez abordando a chegada do jazz a Nova York e o surgimento de grandes nomes, como Flechter Hendeson, dentre outros.

Referências: James Reese Europe the HellfightersJames Reese Europe “Memphis Blues” (W. C. Handy) Pathe 1919 READ ABOUT THE DEATH OF JIM EUROPEBATMAN 1966 – Abertura da série classicaImmigration BluesThe Only Girl by Victor Herbert (1914, Fox Trot piano)Morning Exercices by Irving Berlin (1914, Fox Trot piano)Original Dixieland Jass Band – Livery Stable Blues (1917)Royal Garden Blues (Clarence Williams & Spencer Williams) Ethel Waters – Underneath the Harlem Moon (1933)Fletcher Henderson Orch – “Charley, My Boy” (1924)A Natural Born Gambler (1916) | Bert Williams Silent Comedy1926 HITS ARCHIVE: Dinah – Ethel WatersFletcher Henderson and his orch. – SUGARFOOT STOMPFletcher Henderson- Variety StompFletcher Henderson – Snag It – N.Y.C. 20.01.1927Money Blues – Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra (Louis Armstrong, Coleman Hawkins) (1925)Fletcher Henderson – “Hop Off” (Columbia and Brunswick version)Mamie Smith – Crazy Blues (1920)Coleman Hawkins – Lover ManHow’m I Doin’? (Hey-Hey) – Don RedmanBenny Carter, in “I Cant Get Started”, Live Concert, London, 1966.Henry Red Allen 1934 Fletcher Henderson + Buster Bailey + Ben Webster – Rug Cutter´s Swing

O Jazz como entretenimento


The Cake Walk In Coontown – Minstrels [Victor Records group] / Wang Wang Blues [10 inch] – Tim Brymn & His Black Devil Orchestra / W.c. Handy – St. Louis Blues (1914) / Sugar Lump by Fred Bryan (1914, Ragtime piano) / jass history 1917 Frisco “Jass” Band “Johnson ‘Jass’ Blues” (1917) on Diamond Disc / The Jazz Dance /Yah-De-Dah / “Dixieland One-Step” Lopez-Hamilton’s Kings of Harmony Edison Diamond Disc (1920) ODJB / Wilber C. Sweatman’s Original Jazz Band ‎– Regretful Blues (1918) / Why Cry Blues – Jimmy Durante’s Jazz Band / Louisiana Five “After All” (jass) on Okeh–Alcide Nunez, Joe Cawley, Karl Berger, Anton Lada /1920s JAZZ — “B-Hap-E” — Louisiana Five — Edison fox trot / Louisiana Five “Slow and Easy” jass Columbia A2949 (December 16, 1919)

A Era do Jazz


1920 Paul Whiteman – Whispering / 1920 Paul Whiteman – The Japanese Sandman / Victor Herbert, Suite for cello and orchestra, Op 3 / Livery Stable Blues / George Gershwin – Rhapsody in Blue / 
“I’ll See You In My Dreams”: Fletcher Henderson and His Orchestra (w/ Louis Armstrong): Regal 1925 / Money Blues – Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra (Louis Armstrong, Coleman Hawkins) (1925) / Fletcher Henderson – Whiteman Stomp – N.Y.C. 11.05.1927 / Blue Blues / Arkansaw Blues / Wolverine Orchestra w. Bix Beiderbecke – Big Boy / Louis Armstrong – Bugle Call Rag / Singin The Blues – Bix Beiderbecke

Duke Ellington, Cotton Club, Hot Jazz!


Mammy – Al Jolson (Jazz Singer performance) / I’m Just a Vagabond Lover (1929) Rudy Vallee / PAUL SPECHT THE GEORGIANS – IF YOU’LL COME BACK – ROARING 20’S VICTROLA RADIOLA / Abe Lyman Sharps & Flats – San 1928 / DUKE ELLINGTON – the history of the COTTON CLUB in Harlem (part 1 of 2) / Duke Ellington & his Cotton Club Band – Old Man Blues (1930) Check and Double Check / 1928 HITS ARCHIVE: My Blue Heaven – Gene Austin / Mead Lux Lewis plays “Honky Tonk Train Blues” / Red Nichols and his Five Pennies 1929 / Walter Paige’s Blue Devils – Blue Devil Blues / Andy Kirk And His Twelve Clouds Of Joy-Take It And Git (Decca 4366) / Andy Kirk & Mary Lou Williams – What’s your story, morning glory.mov / Coon Sanders Nighthawks-After You’ve Gone-1929 / Ted Weems & his Orchestra – Heartaches (1933) / Bernie Cummins & his Orchestra – Livin’ In The Sunlight – 1930 / Henry Halstead-Ain’t That Too Bad? / Them There Eyes, Freddie Green 1938 / Jack Teagarden and The Whoopee Makers – “Makin’ Friends” 1929 / “SING, SING, SING” BY BENNY GOODMAN


A Era do Swing – Parte I

Referências: COUNT BASIE Swingin’ the Blues, 1941 HOT big band swing jazz /  Guy Lombardo – September in the Rain (1937) / Fletcher Henderson Sextet 1950 – Sometimes I’m Happy Paul Whiteman Orchestra with Bix – “My Ohio Home” 1928 UNIQUE SYNCHRONISED VERSION / Fletcher Henderson & His Orchestra: The Stampede 1926 / Gene Krupa- Sing, Sing, Sing / Dorsey Brothers’ Orchestra – Top Hat White Tie and Tails (1935) / Casa Loma Orchestra 1941 / Jimmy Dorsey And His Orchestra (1938) (Short Film) / Casa Loma Orchestra – White Jazz 1931 / Bennie Moten, Count Basie – TOBY / Smoke Rings – Glen Gray and the Casa Loma Orch. (1937) / In the Still Of the Night – Casa Loma Orchestra – 1932 – HQ Sound / Ben Pollack & His Orchestra (1934) (Short Film) / SHIRT TAIL STOMP by Benny Goodman and his Boys 1928 / Benny Goodman & His Orchestra: I Gotta Right To Sing The Blues 1933 / 1934 HITS ARCHIVE: Ain’t-Cha Glad? – Benny Goodman (Jack Teagarden, vocal) / Fletcher Henderson Orchestra “New King Porter Stomp” 1932 Okeh JELLY ROLL MORTON / 1935 HITS ARCHIVE: King Porter Stomp – Benny Goodman

A Era do Swing II

Referência: Let’s Dance – Benny Goodman / 1936 HITS ARCHIVE: Goody-Goody – Benny Goodman (Helen Ward, vocal) / Count Basie Orchestra – “Bugle Blues” – 1937 / One O’Clock Jump w/ Count Basie & His Orchestra (1943) / Jimmy RUSHING ” I Left My Baby ” !!! / 1935 HITS ARCHIVE: King Porter Stomp – Benny Goodman / Dixieland Shuffle Bob Crosby / 1937 HITS ARCHIVE: Marie – Tommy Dorsey (Jack Leonard & Band, vocal) / Artie Shaw & His Orchestra – Begin the beguine / In the Mood / Charlie Barnet – Skyliner / FIDGETY FEET by Lu Watters Yerba Buena Jazz Band 1942 / Bill Russell New Orleans Jazz / NEPTUNE BAND ZW Early NEW ORLEANS STOKIARD STRUT / Charleston par Claude Luter (1960)

Referências bibliográficas:

– História Universal da Música (Tradução Eduardo Brandão); Roland de Candé. Editora Martins Fontes, Vol.1. São Paulo, 1994
– A História do Jazz (Tradução de José Geraldo Vieira); Marshall Stearns. Editora Martins, São Paulo, 1964.
– O Jazz – do rag ao rock (Tradução Júlio Medaglia); Joachim Ernst Berendt. Editora Perspectiva, São Paulo, 1975.
– História del Jazz (Traducción de Paul Silles); Ted Gioia. Editora Turner-Fondo de Cultura Económica, Espanha-México, 2002.
– Jazz, A History (Second Edition); Frank Tirro. W. W. Norton & Company, New York-London, 1977.