Pinoy Jazz Traditions
Richie C. Quirino's 'Pinoy Jazz Traditions' chronicles the development of jazz in the Philippines, beginning in 1898, when Filipinos were first exposed to jazz played by African American soldiers stationed in the Philippines. It includes historical narratives and anecdotes from Filipino jazz pioneers and interviews with contemporary Filipino jazz musicians such as Bob Aves, Ryan Cayabyab, Lito Molina, and Eddie Katindig, Sr.
Winner, National Book Award for Music, 2004.
Anvil Publishing, Philippines
Softcover / 9 x 7 inches / 212 pages / BW