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Icons Among Us: Jazz in the Present Tense (2009)
Format: DVD Genre: Special Interest-Documentary
Icons Among Us: Jazz in the Present Tense

Icons Among Us: Jazz in the Present Tense

(2009)
Format: DVD Genre: Special Interest-Documentary
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Jazz may be the most uniquely American of all musical forms, a sound that embraces a variety of creative traditions from around the world to create a new form of expression that's joyous, challenging and powerful. After more than a century, jazz remains a vital art form in which the lessons of great artists of the past are studied by fresh young talents who shape them in innovative directions. Filmmakers Lars Larson, Peter J. Vogt and Michael Rivoira set out to document the present and future of jazz in their documentary Icons Among Us, which was released both as a multi-part television series and as a stand-along feature-length film. In Icons Like Us, the directors introduce viewers to some of the leading lights of contemporary jazz - veteran musicians such as Herbie Hancock, modern day masters including Terrence Blanchard, young ensembles who interpolate alternative rock sounds into jazz like the Bad Plus and Medeski Martin & Wood, and rising stars such as Ravi Coltrane. In Icons Among Us, these performers share their music but also their thoughts as they discuss what jazz means to them, and how their ideas are reflected in their own work.
Directors: Michael Rivoira, Peter J. Vogt, Lars Larson
Studio: Indiepix
Release Date: 4/20/2010
Item #: INP004025
UPC #: 845637000807
SKU #: D05676
Product Type: DVD

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