• Episode 5: Canclini, impure genres and the importance of standards

    30 MAG 2024 · Summary: This is the fifth part of a series of contents discussing the intertwining of comics and jazz as art forms, exploring their historical connections and contemporary influence on each other. The impact of recognition on these art forms and the representations of jazz in comics are also critical topics for our discussion. In this episode: the connections between jazz and comic books, addressing their historical, cultural, and creative similarities and influences. Audio extracts used in the episode (in order of appearance): 1. Mordida (Geisa Fernandes); 2. Putting on the Ritz (Irving Berlin) 3. Out My Mind (BeatMekanik) 4. Wiseman's Rag (Jason Rosenblatt) 5. Comic Strip (Serge Gainsbourg) 6. Blue Bossa (Joe Henderson) 7; All the things you are (Jerome Kern) 8. Autumn Leaves (Joseph Kosma) 9. My Funny Valentine (Richard Rodgers e Lorenz Hart) 10. Round Midnight (Thelonious Monk)
    9 min. 8 sec.
  • Episode 4: So you think you can draw Jazz? The legacy of album cover illustrators

    24 MAG 2024 · Summary: This is the fourth part of a series of contents discussing the intertwining of comics and jazz as art forms, exploring their historical connections and contemporary influence on each other. The impact of recognition on these art forms and the representations of jazz in comics are also critical topics for our discussion. In this episode: the building of the visual design of jazz album covers and influential designers, such as S. Neil Fujita and Jim Flora. Audio extracts used in this episode (in order of appearance): 1. Mordida (Geisa Fernandes); 2. You took advantage of me (Richard Rodgers); 3. My Sweet (Reinhardt & Grappelli); 4. C´est si bon (Henri Betti with the lyrics by André Hornez); 5. La Pioggia (Luigi Russolo); 6. Si je étais blanche (Henri Varna, Lennart Falk and Robert Lelièvre) ; 7. Rapsody in Blue (George Gershwin); 8. Boogie Woogie Stomp (Albert Ammos); 9. Parisian Thoroughfare (Bud Powell/) 10. "I Wanna Be Your Man" (Lennon–McCartney) 11. O Barquinho (Roberto Menescal); 12. Nick´s Knacks (Nick Travis); 10. They all laughed (George Gershwin); 11. In The Nick of Time (Nick Travis); 12. Boogie Woogie (Clarence “Pinetop” Smith); 13. Mack the Knife (Kurt Weill - Berthold Brecht.); 14. La Cumana (Barclay Allen, Harold Spina, Roc Hillman); 15. The Great Lie (Gene Ammons); 16. What Is This Thing Called Love (Cole Porter); 17. Frankie and Johnny (Traditional)    
    15 min. 49 sec.
  • Episode 3: The Revolution! Alex Steiweiss and designed album covers

    14 MAG 2024 · Summary: This is the third part of a series of contents discussing the intertwining of comics and jazz as art forms, exploring their historical connections and contemporary influence on each other. The impact of recognition on these art forms and the representations of jazz in comics are also critical topics for our discussion. In this episode: The deep connection between visual arts, comics; Mondrian, Matisse and  the revolution brought by Alex Steinweiss to the music industry. Audio extracts used in the episode (in order of appearance): Mordida (Geisa Fernandes); Bumble Boogie (Jack Fina); Take the A-Train (Billie Strayhorn); La Vie en Rose ( Édith Piaf, Louis Guglielmi); Tico-Tico no Fubá (Zequinha de Abreu, Aloysio de Oliveira); My heart stood still (Thou Sweel); Ain´t She Sweet (Rodger, Hart); Summertime (George Gershwin); Cry me A River (Arthur Hamilton)  
    9 min. 57 sec.
  • Episode 2: Ragtime! Scott Joplin, Stravinsky and Picasso

    8 MAG 2024 · Summary: This is the second part of a series of contents discussing the intertwining of comics and jazz as art forms, exploring their historical connections and contemporary influence on each other. The impact of recognition on these art forms and the representations of jazz in comics are also critical topics for our discussion. In this episode: Adorno and his critics on the genre, Scott Joplin, Stravinsky and Picasso. Audio extracts used in the episode (in order of appearance): Mordida (Geisa Fernandes);Jazzy Abstract Beat (Coma-Media); Lili Marlene (Norbert Schultze); Adorno (Geisa Fernades);The Entertainer (Scott Joplin) and Ragtime for 11 Instruments (Igor Stravinsky)   
    9 min. 15 sec.
  • Episode 1: The journey begins! Billie Holiday, Piet Mondrian and Kamasi Washington

    30 APR 2024 · Summary: This is the first part of a series of contents discussing the intertwining of comics and jazz as art forms, exploring their historical connections and contemporary influence on each other. The impact of recognition on these art forms and the representations of jazz in comics are also critical topics for discussion. In this episode: Considerations and anecdotes; Billie Holiday'and comic books; the transformation of jazz and comics into accredited forms of art, and the evolving relationship between jazz and comics. Audio extracts used in this episode (in order of appearance): Mordida (Geisa Fernandes); Pa´Colombia (Willie Colon) ; Escape Velocity (Steven Bedall); Ain't Nobody's Business (Billie Holiday live at the Carnegie Hall)  A toast to Paganini´s ghost (Bert Scheffer and his Orchestra) and Green Hill (James P. Johnson)  
    7 min. 48 sec.
  • Comics & Jazz: a visual-musical journey with Geisa Fernandes

    28 APR 2024 · I am Geisa Fernandes, singer, songwriter and researcher and your are my guest on this visual-musical journey. In this series of ten episodes, we will talk about the many intersections, similarities and crossovers between Comics and Jazz. Stay tuned and enjoy! Comics and Jazz is an International Jazz Day event. Visit: www.geisafernandes.com   
    1 min. 42 sec.

In the world of artistic expression, both comics and jazz stand out as vibrant and engaging forms of creativity. Comics, with their unique blend of visual art and storytelling, captivate...

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In the world of artistic expression, both comics and jazz stand out as vibrant and engaging forms of creativity. Comics, with their unique blend of visual art and storytelling, captivate readers of all ages with their colorful characters and imaginative worlds. On the other hand, jazz, with its soulful melodies and improvisational spirit, enchants audiences with its rhythmic complexity and emotional depth.When these two dynamic art forms converge, a magical synergy unfolds. In this ten-episode podcast, singer, composer and researcher Geisa Fernandes deals with several aspects in common between jazz and comic books. Embark on this sound-visual journey and enjoy!
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