Photographer Juan-Carlos Hernandez's Book "Estelas de Jazz" Now Available in Amazon and Barnes & Noble


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After seven years of visually capturing jazz musicians around the world, Juan-Carlos Hernandez has compiled his first book of photos entitled Estelas de Jazz, available worldwide through Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

Hernandez collaborated with Spanish writer Belen Carmona Moreno whose literary writings accompany 100+ black and white photographs.

Though the photographs are in the universal language, the text is in Spanish.

Another important detail: Estelas de Jazz is not just about the stars of jazz like Ornette Coleman and Joshua Redman; it's a tribute to the spirit of jazz musicians everywhere, including unknown or underrated musicians that Hernandez admires like french cornettist Médéric Collignon.

Technical details:

Paperback: 268 pages
Publisher: LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing (June 15, 2010)
ISBN-10: 3838308743
ISBN-13: 978-3838308746
Product Dimensions: 8.7 x 5.9 x 0.6 inches

Musicians presented in Estelas de Jazz:

Ornette Coleman, Sheila Jordan, Eduardo Kohan, Raphael Anker, Alex Blake, Andy Milne, Elisabeth Kontomanou, Rudresh Mahanthappa, Michel Bastetm, Evan Parker, François Moutin, Scott DuBois, Martial Solal, Médéric Collignon, Stefano Di Battista, Nasheet Waits, Nicolas Masson, Pete La Roca Sims, Henri Texier, Skoota Warner, Sonny Rollins, Stéphane Fisch, Susana Raya, Tom Harrell

Stefano Saccon, Marc Copland, Thomas Morgan, Hank Roberts, Robin McKelle, Seamus Blake, Alice Perret,William Parker, Giovanni Falzone, Hilaria Kramer, Mario Pavone, Charles Lloyd, Jean-Paul Bourelly, Banz Oester, Béatrice Graf, Chris Potter, Dado Moroni, Co Streiff, Kenny Wheeler, Dee Dee Bridgewater, Denis Beuret, Steve Coleman, Jean-Yves Poupin, Bud Shank, Jason Moran, Eric McPherson, Kenny Barron, Flavio Boltro, Florence Melnotte, Guillaume Perret, Insa Rudolph, James Moody, Joe Locke, John Aram

Pascal Alba, Ken Vandermark, Lionel Loueke, Marc Ducret, Urs Leimgruber, Otomo Yoshihide, Paolo Fresu, Perry Robinson, Roy Hargrove, Peter Brotzmann, Ramon Lopez, Roberta Gambarini, Slide Hampton, Sunny Murray, Sylvie Courvoisier, Tom Rainey, Tony Malaby, Sophie Tassignon, Julie Campiche, Yael Miller, Yuri Honing, Henry Grimes, Charlie Mariano, Marc Perrenoud, Gerald Cleaver, Olivier Gatto, Camélia Ben Naceur, Lydia Filipovic, Enrico Rava, Tim Berne, Drew Gress, Matthieu Michel, Alexis Cuadrado, Ralph Alessi, Michel Portal, Rosario Bonaccorso, Jim Black, Samuel Blaser, Jacky Terrasson, Mark Helias, Mulgrew Miller, Ohad Talmor

Tania Maria, Al Foster, Moncef Genoud, Joshua Redman, Joey Baron, Richard Bona, Wayne Escoffery, Marcos Jimenez, Peter Van Huffel, Alain Della Maestra, Evaristo Perez, Abraham Burton, Herbie Hancock, Bill Frisell, Bob Stewart, Michel Wintsch, Dave Douglas, Ernie Odoom, Cyril Moulas, Martin Wisard, Patricia Tondreau, Gabriel Zufferey

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