Ahmad Jamal

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Ahmad Jamal
Jamal tampil dengan bassis James Cammack
Jamal tampil dengan bassis James Cammack
Informasi latar belakang
Nama lahirFrederick Russell Jones
Lahir02 Juli 1930 (umur 91)
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, AS.
GenreJazz, modal jazz
PekerjaanMusisi
InstrumenPiano
LabelOKeh, Parrot, Epic, Argo, Atlantic, Dreyfus, Impulse!, Telarc, Jazzbook/ACM
Situs webwww.ahmadjamal.com

Ahmad Jamal (lahir Frederick Russell Jones, lahir 2 Juli 1930) adalah seorang pianis jazz, komposer, pemimpin band dan pendidik Amerika. Selama enam dekade, ia telah menjadi salah satu pemimpin kelompok kecil paling sukses dalam jazz.[1]

Catatan[sunting | sunting sumber]

  1. ^ Early, Gerald Lyn (2001). Miles Davis and American culture. Missouri History Museum. hlm. 79. ISBN 978-1-883982-38-6. 

Referensi[sunting | sunting sumber]

  • "Ahmad Jamal: 'Ahmad Jamal at the Pershing: But Not For Me'". Basic Jazz Record Library. NPR. August 1, 2001. Radio.
  • "Ahmad Jamal On Piano Jazz 1985." Piano Jazz. NPR. August 29, 2008. Radio.
  • Crouch, Stanley. Considering Genius: Writings on Jazz. Cambridge: Basic Civitas Books, 2006. Print.
  • Early, Gerald (ed.). Miles Davis and American Culture. St. Louis: Missouri Historical Society Press, 2001. Print.
  • Holsey, Steve. "Sepia on the Record". Sepia (Fort Worth, TX), April 1, 1980: 14. Print.
  • "Jamal, Ahmad – Ahmad's Blues." Colin Larkin (ed.), Encyclopedia of Music, 4th edition. Oxford Music Online. Web. April 17, 2012.
  • "Jamal, Ahmad." Colin Larkin (ed.), Encyclopedia of Popular Music, 4th edition. Oxford Music Online. Web. April 17, 2012.
  • Macnie, Jim. "Intricacy & Groove: At Home with Ahmad Jamal". Downbeat, March 2010, Vol. 77, Issue 3: 26–31. Microfilm.
  • Norris, Michele. "1,000 Essential Recordings You Must Hear". All Things Considered. By Tom Moon. August 22, 2008. Radio.
  • Walz, Jay. "Pianist-Investor Is A Hit in Cairo: Jazz Musician Ahmad Jamal Finds Moslem Faith Aids Him on African Visit". The New York Times, November 20, 1959: 14. Print.
  • Waltzer, Ben. "Always Making Jazz Seem New: The Pianist Ahmad Jamal is an Innovator Who Finds Originality by Taking a Long at the Tradition of Small-Group Jazz". The New York Times, November 11, 2001: A27. Print
  • Wang, Richard and Barry Kernfeld. "Jamal, Ahmad". Barry Kernfeld (ed.), The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz, 2nd edition. Grove Music Online. Oxford Music Online. Web. April 17, 2012.
  • Wright, Todd and John Higby. "Appalachian Jazz: Some Preliminary Notes". Black Music Research Journal 23, 1/2 (2003): 58, 59. Print.

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