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PANASSIÉ, Hugues. Histoire du vrai jazz, original holograph manuscript.
[Paris? : 1950s]The original holograph manuscript of Histoire du vrai jazz (History of true jazz, published Paris, Éditions Robert Laffont, 1959) by the influential French jazz critic, historian and record producer Hugues Pannasié (1912-1974), here very attractively and imaginatively presented, the spine of the box labelled "La vraie histoire du jazz" ("The real... Learn More£7,500.00
Stock Code: 123995
BAKER, Joséphine, & Paul Colin. Les mémoires de Joséphine Baker.
Paris : 1927First edition, limited issue of 300 copies on large paper - pur fil Lafuma - this unnumbered and out of series. Inscribed by Paul Colin to critic and theatre manager Hanry-Jaunet, who at the time was general secretary of the Louis Jouvet-designed Studio des Champs-Elysées; "à l'ami Hanry-Jaunet en souvenirs des beaux soirs élyséens, cordialement... Learn More£3,250.00
Stock Code: 130854
(JAZZ - CZECH SAMIZDAT.) Jazz.
Prague : 1947-8, & 1952First and only editions of both of these short-lived fugitive publications. The complete run of Jazz offers a fascinating view of the times. A well-produced, illustrated magazine that features reviews, pen pictures and features on American and other western jazz performers, the editorial direction changed radically following the coup d'état of 1948.... Learn More£4,250.00
Stock Code: 133392
MEZZROW, Milton "Mezz", & Bernard Wolfe. La rage de vivre.
Paris : 1951Second edition in French (following the first of 1950), originally published in the US in 1946. Boldly signed by Mezzrow in blue biro on the half-title, along with the signatures of four other jazz musicians: French pianist Claude Bolling, New Orleanian trumpeter Lee Collins, trombonist Jimmy Archey, and drummer Fred Moore; identifying annotations in... Learn More£650.00
Stock Code: 123411
HOLIDAY, Billie. Poster of Billie inscribed by Milt Hinton.
Philadelphia : 1981Emotive poster of the legendary singer, inscribed lower right by the celebrated bassist and photographer, Milt Hinton, "To Jeann Failows, thanks for your loyal support of jazz, as ever your Pal, Milt "Judge" Hinton, '82", and adding a sketch of a double bass. Hinton's New York Times obituary noted, "He earned his nickname, the Judge, because he would... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 133980
ARMSTRONG, Louis. Sugar Foot Stomp.
Chicago : 1926First edition, this first issue uncommon with OCLC recording just three copies. A song of contested origins, based on Dippermouth Blues, a tune for which Satchmo claimed credit from his days with King Oliver, it was rearranged by Don Redman for the Fletcher Henderson Orchestra, when Armstrong had joined them, under the present title, "Redman's arrangement... Learn More£1,500.00
Stock Code: 98911
BECHET, Sidney. "Sentimental Mr. Bechet" - signed 45 rpm EP.
Paris : 1954Signed by Bechet and fellow clarinettist André Réwéliotty on label attached to front cover. Appealing EP, catching Bechet in the company of Claude Luter, Réwéliotty, and their respective bands, and including some of Bechet's signature pieces: "Summertime", "September Song", the self-penned "Petite Fleur" and "Jacqueline". The unsigned and unattributed... Learn More£450.00
Stock Code: 130115
MALSON, Lucien (ed.) Les Cahiers du Jazz. Revue Musicale.
Paris : 1959-64First editions of the complete run of Malson, Filipacchi and Tenot's highly influential periodical. Consciously modelled on the Cahiers du Cinema, the content was of unimpeachable seriousness, and unquestionable excellence. Contributors include Malson, Michel-Claude Jalard, Gunther Schuller, Jean Clouzet and Michel Delorme, with discographies by Jorgen... Learn More£1,750.00
Stock Code: 81916
BAKER, Joséphine. Les mémoires.
Paris : 1927First edition, the oddly attractive, limited large-paper issue on pur fil Lafuma, number 114 of 300 copies, inscribed by La Baker on the front free endpaper in the year of publication, "Josephine Baker, August 27/27 Paris".
In his memoirs Paul Colin remembers his first sight of Baker. "Then, naked but for green feathers about her hips, her... Learn More£1,650.00
Stock Code: 130748
(CLAXTON, William.) LE QUERREC, Guy. Jazz comme une image.
Paris : 1993First edition, first printing, presentation copy inscribed to the legendary jazz photographer William Claxton (although not named) on the title page, thanking him for their improvised, yet long-awaited, encounter: "Avec ma pleine amitié et toute mon admiration. Le souvenir d'une rencontre, improvisée, que j'espérais depuis longtemps. Merci pour ces... Learn More£350.00
Stock Code: 141756
REINHARDT, Django. Jazz Hot,
Paris : December, 1936Special holiday issue of this influential French jazz periodical, this copy boldly signed by Django above the photograph of the Quintette. Features numerous photographs of early French and US jazz luminaries - Mezz Mezzrow on the cover, double-page centre spread including Quelques Musiciens Français, Chick Webb, Zutie Singleton, Bud Freeman and Bennie... Learn More£3,750.00
Stock Code: 83445
GOLD, Robert S. A Jazz Lexicon.
New York : 1964First edition. Presentation copy from the author, inscribed on the front free endpaper, "To Sandy & Susan Radner, my 'boss' boss and his 'boss' 'wife' crossed out, 'old lady'- Bob Gold." Gold was a lecturer in English at NY University; "For the December 1957 issue of American Speech, an academic journal, Gold had written "The Vernacular of the Jazz... Learn More£125.00
Stock Code: 85621
GLEASON, Ralph. Jazz, a Quarterly of American Music.
Berkeley, CA : 1968-70First editions; a complete run of this irregular, important, and hard-to-find periodical. One of the most influential voices in modern American music and cofounder with Jan Wenner of Rolling Stone, editor and contributor Gleason was, according to his wife, "not a good writer. He wrote about interesting things." Apart from Gleason, other contributors... Learn More£200.00
Stock Code: 87873