Toward a History of Jazz in Bermuda

Pinckney, Warren R.
September 2000
Musical Quarterly;Fall2000, Vol. 84 Issue 3, p333
Academic Journal
Demonstrates the evolution and current position of American jazz in Bermuda. Effects of British colonization on the emergence and development of jazz; Provision of insights from an understanding of the Bermudian jazz scene; Impact of the continuous status of Bermuda as a British colony.


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