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Jazz Culture: Jazz Dance, Musicians Village, Territory Band, Music of Chicago, List of Songs about Chicago, List of Nicknames of Jazz Musicians, Jazz Royalty, Jazz Funeral, Square, Race Record, Moldy Figs, Loft Jazz

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Published October 24th 2012
ISBN : 9781155627380
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108 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Jazz dance, Musicians Village, Territory band, Music of Chicago, List of songs about Chicago, ListMorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 31. Chapters: Jazz dance, Musicians Village, Territory band, Music of Chicago, List of songs about Chicago, List of nicknames of jazz musicians, Jazz royalty, Jazz funeral, Square, Race record, Moldy figs, Loft jazz, Firecrackers. A Realistic Novel, Jazz journalism, Baltimore jazz, Flash dance. Excerpt: Musicians Village (New Orleans, Louisiana) is a new neighborhood built around a music center where musicians can teach and perform. Musicians Harry Connick, Jr. and Branford Marsalis teamed up with Habitat for Humanity International and New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity to create the village for New Orleans musicians who lost their homes to Hurricane Katrina. Per February 2007, the Musicians Village is the largest-scale, highest-profile, and biggest-budget rebuilding project to have gotten underway in New Orleans post-Katrina. Habitat for Humanity and New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity, working with Harry Connick Jr. and Branford Marsalis, announced their plans in December 2005 for a Musicians Village in the Crescent City. The initial idea for the project came from Harry Connick Jr. and Branford Marsalis, honorary chairs for Habitat for Humanitys national hurricane rebuilding program. When they returned to their hometown several weeks after the storm and were trying to come up with ways to help. I had been kind of coming up blank. The problem is so massive, its hard to know where to begin, Connick said. As we talked, we both realized we should really stick to what we know, which is music. Sharing the idea with Jim Pate and with the members of New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity (NOAHH), made the big idea into a big project, in New Orleans. The village and the home-replacement project are initiatives that reach beyond the mission of the nonprofit that for the past 22 years has been building only...