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Prof Catherine Tackley BA (Hons), PGCE, PhD

Professor of Music; Head of the Department of Music Music

Publications

2018

Jazz Meets Pop in the United Kingdom (Chapter)

Tackley, C. J. (2018). Jazz Meets Pop in the United Kingdom. In N. Gebhardt, N. Rustin-Paschal, & T. Whyton (Eds.), The Routledge Companion to Jazz Studies (pp. 97-104). Routledge.

2017

Shanty singing in twenty-first-century Britain (Journal article)

Tackley, C. (2017). Shanty singing in twenty-first-century Britain. International Journal of Maritime History, 29(2), 407-421. doi:10.1177/0843871417694014

DOI: 10.1177/0843871417694014

“Art or Debauchery?”: The Reception of Ellington in the UK (Chapter)

Tackley, C. J. (2017). “Art or Debauchery?”: The Reception of Ellington in the UK. In J. Howland (Ed.), Duke Ellington Studies (Cambridge Composer Studies) (pp. 137-185). Cambridge University Press.

2016

Another Place, Another Race? Thinking through Jazz, Ethnicity and Diaspora in Britain (Chapter)

Tackley, C. J., Toynbee, J., & Doffman, M. (2016). Another Place, Another Race? Thinking through Jazz, Ethnicity and Diaspora in Britain. In Black British Jazz Routes, Ownership and Performance (pp. 1-22). Routledge.

Black British Jazz Routes, Ownership and Performance (Book)

Toynbee, J., & Tackley, C. (2016). Black British Jazz Routes, Ownership and Performance. Routledge.

Jazz, Dance and Black British Identities (Chapter)

Tackley, C. J. (2016). Jazz, Dance and Black British Identities. In Bodies of Sound Studies Across Popular Music and Dance (pp. 193-207). Routledge.

2014

Race, Identity and the Meaning of Jazz in 1940s Britain (Chapter)

Tackley, C. J. (2014). Race, Identity and the Meaning of Jazz in 1940s Britain. In J. Stratton, & N. Zuberi (Eds.), Black Popular Music in Britain Since 1945 (pp. 11-26). Ashgate.

Tiger Bay and the Routes and Roots of Black British Jazz (Chapter)

Tackley, C. J. (2014). Tiger Bay and the Routes and Roots of Black British Jazz. In J. Toynbee, C. Tackley, & M. Doffman (Eds.), Black British Jazz: Routes, Ownership and Performance (pp. 43). Ashgate.

2012

Benny Carter in Britain, 1936-37 (Chapter)

Tackley, C. J. (2012). Benny Carter in Britain, 1936-37. In Eurojazzland Jazz and European Sources, Dynamics, and Contexts (pp. 167-188). UPNE.

Benny Goodman's Famous 1938 Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert (Book)

Tackley, C. (2012). Benny Goodman's Famous 1938 Carnegie Hall Jazz Concert. Oxford University Press.

2010

Fascination and Fear: Responses to Early Jazz in Britain (Chapter)

Tackley, C. J. (2010). Fascination and Fear: Responses to Early Jazz in Britain. In Cross the Water Blues African American Music in Europe. Univ. Press of Mississippi.

Jazz Recordings as Social Texts (Chapter)

Tackley, C. J. (2010). Jazz Recordings as Social Texts. In Recorded Music Performance, Culture and Technology. Cambridge University Press.

2007

Integrating theory and practice in conservatoires: formulating holistic models for teaching and learning improvisation (Journal article)

Parsonage, C., Fadnes, P. F., & Taylor, J. (2007). Integrating theory and practice in conservatoires: formulating holistic models for teaching and learning improvisation. British Journal of Music Education, 24(03). doi:10.1017/S0265051707007590

DOI: 10.1017/S0265051707007590

2005

The Evolution of Jazz in Britain, 1880-1935 (Book)

Parsonage, C. (2005). The Evolution of Jazz in Britain, 1880-1935. Gower Publishing, Ltd..

2004

The popularity of jazz—an unpopular problem: the significance of Swing when you'’re winning (Journal article)

Parsonage, C. (2004). The popularity of jazz—an unpopular problem: the significance of Swing when you'’re winning. Jazz Research Journal, 1(1). doi:10.1558/source.v1i1.60

DOI: 10.1558/source.v1i1.60

2003

A critical reassessment of the reception of early jazz in Britain (Journal article)

Parsonage, C. (2003). A critical reassessment of the reception of early jazz in Britain. Popular Music, 22(3), 315-336. doi:10.1017/S0261143003003210

DOI: 10.1017/S0261143003003210

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