10 edition of Bring on that beat found in the catalog.
Illustrations and rhyming text evoke the rhythms of jazz music.
|Statement||[written and illustrated by] Rachel Isadora.|
|LC Classifications||PZ8.3.I76 Br 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v. (unpaged) :|
|LC Control Number||99054837|
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It's Harlem in the s, and /5. "Bring on That Beat," by Rachel Isadora, is a book that celebrates jazz through poetry and illustrations. The book jacket notes that it takes place in Harlem in the s.
The illustrations are primarily in black-and-white, with a charcoal-like look. Superimposed on these illustrations are playfully surreal multicolored accents/5(6). An unusual attempt to convey the feeling and sound of jazz in pictures.
Billed as a "tribute to Duke Ellington, with a nod toward Klee and Kandinsky," this opens almost entirely in black and white, wordlessly panning over the streets of Depression-era Harlem, the only spot of color being the giant neon "JAZZ" sign.
And then the musicians begin to play: their instruments send blobs Author: Rachel Isadora. Rather uninspired rhymed couplets make up the text: "Bring on that beat,/ Wake up the street./ Saxophone jive,/ keep us alive." Yet the visuals succeed in bringing the era to life.
Bring on that beat. [Rachel Isadora] -- Illustrations and rhyming text evoke the rhythms of jazz music. Great book, both illustrations and text capture the jazz message of this book.
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