[Lecture/demonstration] [sound recording]


[Lecture/demonstration] [sound recording]

Lecture/demonstration by the Old and New Dreams Band; included discussion of Ornette Coleman's "harmolodic improvisation", the history of jazz, and their use of ethnic music, demonstrating the complex rhythms of an African instrument, the doussn gouni; with jazz trumpet player Don Cherry, jazz bassist Charlie Haden, and jazz saxophonist/composer Dewey Redman.

1 sound tape reel (75 min.) : analog, 7 1/2 ips ; 10 in.1 sound cassette (75 min.) : analog.

eng, Latn


SNAC Resource ID: 8186711

Harvard University Archives.

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Redman, Dewey

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The Office for the Arts at Harvard and Radcliffe (OFA) was established in 1973 with joint funding to coordinate and support the creative and performing arts at Harvard and Radcliffe. The Office was administered by Radcliffe College until Radcliffe and Harvard University merged in October 1999. At the time of the merger, the name of the office changed to Office for the Arts at Harvard. The Office oversees the Learning from Performers Program, the Jazz Program, the dance program, and painting, p...

Cherry, Don, 1936-1995

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Haden, Charlie

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Coleman, Ornette Denardo

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