Bebop as historical actuality, urban aesthetic, and critical utterance

Philosophy and Geography 6 (2):153 – 165 (2003)
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This paper focuses upon "bebop" as a distinctively urban movement for the purpose of contributing to the articulation of a distinctively urban aesthetics. The author examines both how the music was taken up in such cities as New York, Los Angeles, Kansas City, St. Louis, and Chicago, and in turn how an urban sensibility was expressed in this particular movement.

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