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JJA Jazz Awards 2012
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голосования 20-го июня 2012 года Ассоциации джазовых журналистов (Jazz Journalists Association). В различных разделах, касающихся джазовой жизни было представлено по несколько номинантов, среди которых были избраны лучшие. Победители выделены красным цветом.

 Lifetime Achievement in Jazz

Muhal Richard Abrams
Ron Carter
Wayne Shorter
 Horace Silver

 Musician of the Year

Ambrose Akinmusire
Vijay Iyer
Joe Lovano
Christian McBride
 Sonny Rollins

 Composer/Arranger of the Year

John Hollenbeck
Guillermo Klein
Vince Mendoza
 Maria Schneider

 Up and Coming Artist of the Year

Chris Dingman
Tyshawn Sorey
Ben Williams
Warren Wolf

 Record of the Year

James Farm (Nonesuch)
Keith Jarrett, Rio (ECM)
Christian McBride's Big Band, The Good Feeling (Mack Avenue Records)
Sonny Rollins, Road Shows, Vol. 2 (Doxy Records)
Wadada Leo Smith's Organic, Heart's Reflections (Cuneiform Records)
Craig Taborn, Avenging Angel (ECM)
Miguel Zenon, Alma Adentro – The Puerto Rican Songbook (Marsalis Music)

 Best Historical or Boxed Set

Miles Davis, Bootleg Sessions, Vol 1, Quintet Live in Europe 1967 (Columbia Legacy)
Julius Hemphill, Dogon A.D. (Mbira/Freedom-International Phonograph)
Bill Dixon, Intents and Purposes (RCA Victor-International Phonograph)
Roscoe Mitchell, Before There Was Sound (Nessa)
The Complete Jimmie Lunceford Decca Sessions (Mosaic)

 Label of the Year

Clean Feed
Pi Records
Sunnyside Records

 Large Ensemble

John Hollenbeck Large Ensemble
Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra
Maria Schneider Orchestra
Mingus Big Band
Vanguard Jazz Orchestra

Small Ensemble

James Farm
Jason Moran & Bandwagon
Joe Lovano Us Five
SFJazz Collective

Male Singer of the Year

Freddy Cole
Kurt Elling
Giacomo Gates
Gregory Porter

Female Singer of the Year

Karrin Allyson
Rene Marie
Gretchen Parlato
Tierney Sutton

Trumpeter of the Year

Ambrose Akinmusire
Tom Harrell
Brian Lynch
Wadada Leo Smith

Trombonist of the Year

Steve Davis
Robin Eubanks
Wycliffe Gordon
Steve Turre

Multi-reeds Player of the Year

James Carter
Anat Cohen
Roscoe Mitchell
Ted Nash
Scott Robinson

Alto Saxophonist of the Year

Lee Konitz
Rudresh Mahanthappa
Phil Woods
Miguel Zenon

Tenor Saxophonist of the Year

J.D. Allen
Joe Lovano
Chris Potter
Sonny Rollins 

Baritone Saxophonist of the Year

James Carter
Ronnie Cuber
Claire Daly
Gary Smulyan

Soprano Saxophonist of the Year

Jane Ira Bloom
Dave Liebman
Branford Marsalis
Wayne Shorter

Flutist of the Year

Jamie Baum
Nicole Mitchell
Lew Tabackin

Clarinetist of the Year

Don Byron
Evan Christopher
Anat Cohen
Ken Peplowski

Guitarist of the Year

Mary Halvorson
Bill Frisell
Pat Metheny
John Scofield

Pianist of the Year

Vijay Iyer
Keith Jarrett
Matthew Shipp
Craig Taborn

Keyboards Player of the Year

Joey DeFrancesco
Larry Goldings
Mike LeDonne
Gary Versace

Bassist of the Year

Ben Allison
Ron Carter
Christian McBride
William Parker
Esperanza Spalding

Violinist/Violist/Cellist of the Year

Billy Bang
Regina Carter
Mark Feldman
Jenny Scheinman

Percussionist of the Year

Cyro Baptista
Hamid Drake
Sammy Figueroa
Marilyn Mazur
Adam Rudolph
Poncho Sanchez 

Mallets Instrumentalist of the Year

Gary Burton
Stefon Harris
Joe Locke
Warren Wolf

Traps Drummer of the Year

Jack DeJohnette
Eric Harland
Roy Haynes
Paul Motian
Matt Wilson

Player of Instruments Rare in Jazz

Edmar Castaneda, harp
Gregoire Maret, harmonica
Toots Thielemans, harmonica
Gary Versace, accordion


Lifetime Achievement in Jazz Journalism

Amiri Baraka is the author of Blues People: Negro Music in White America (1963), Black Music (1968), The Music: Reflections on Jazz and Blues (1987), Digging: The Afro-American Soul of American Classical Music (2010) and other books of essays, poems, drama, fiction and criticism. His awards and honors include an Off-Broadway Theater Award (Obie), the American Academy of Arts & Letters Award, the James Weldon Johnson Medal for Contributions to the Arts, and grants from the Rockefeller Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. He has taught at Yale University and Columbia University, is Professor Emeritus at the State University of New York at Stony Brook and was the Poet Laureate of New Jersey. He has issued recordings of his work, and has performed with William Parker’s Inside Songs of Curtis Mayfield project.

 Stanley Crouch is the author of the essay collections Considering Genius: Writings
on Jazz (2007), Notes of a Hanging Judge: Essays and Reviews, 1979-1989 and The All-American Skin Game, or, The Decoy of Race: The Long and the Short of It, 1990-1994, as well as the novel Don't the Moon Look Lonesome (2004) and Kansas City Lightning: The Life and Times of Young Charlie Parker (2009). Crouch is a syndicated columnist for the New York Daily News, has written many album liner notes, and has published in the Village Voice, Newsweek, The New Yorker and JazzTimes. He was an historical adviser for Ken Burns' 2001 PBS documentary Jazz and has been a close consultant to Wynton Marsalis. A former drummer and music programmer at the Tin Palace in New York City, Crouch is currently president of the Louis Armstrong Educational Foundation.

Will Friedwald writes about jazz and nightlife for The Wall Street Journal. He has also written for JazzTimes, The New York Times, The Village Voice, Newsday, The New York Observer, The New York Sun, Entertainment Weekly, Oxford American, New York, Mojo, BBC Music Magazine, Stereo Review, Fi(Delity), and other music and film journals. He is the author of eight books on music and popular culture, including Sinatra! The Song Is You: A Singer's Art (1997), Stardust Melodies: A Biography of 12 of America's Most Popular Songs (2004),Jazz Singing: America's Great Voices From Bessie Smith To Bebop And Beyond (1996), and A Biographical Guide to the Great Jazz and Pop Singers (winner of a 2011 ASCAP Deems Taylor Award). Friedwald has written liner notes for many recordings and has been a Grammy nominee for several of these.

Willard Jenkins has written for JazzTimes, DownBeat, Cadence, Jazz Notes, the Cleveland Plain Dealer, the Cleveland Jazz Report, City Pages (Minneapolis-St.Paul), Twin Cities Reader, Inside Arts, Schwann Spectrum, Schwann Opus, Jazz Forum, The Antioch Review, Attache, Jazz Education Journal, All About Jazz, Amazon.com, NPRJazz.org, NetNoir.com, Impact247.com, Africana.com, and currently blogs at The Independent Ear www.openskyjazz.com). He is the author of Insights on Jazz (1988), contributor of two chapters to Ain't Nothing Like The Real Thing: How the Apollo Theater Shaped American Entertainment (2010) and a chapter of David Baker: A Legacy in Music (2011), co-author of African Rhythms: The Autobiography of Randy Weston (2010), and editor of Lost Jazz Shrines (1988). As a broadcaster, his affiliations have included WKSU (Kent, Ohio), WABQ (Painesville, Ohio), WERE (Cleveland, Ohio), KFAI (Twin Cities), WWOZ (New Orleans), XM Satellite Radio, and Black Entertainment Television. He currently hosts his "Ancient Future" radio show on WPFW (Washington, DC). While working with Arts Midwest, he instituted the meeting in 1998 that resulted in the formation of the Jazz Journalists Association. He is a former vice-president of the JJA.

Neil Tesser is the author of The Playboy Guide To Jazz (1998) and has written more than 300 sets of liner notes. He has been a jazz columnist for Playboy magazine and Jazziz, jazz critic for USA Today, the Chicago Sun?Times and the Chicago Reader, contributor to Rolling Stone and the New York Times (Chicago edition), broadcaster on WBEZ-FM (Chicago), co-host of Listen Here! (a nationally syndicated program), and an associate editor of DownBeat. He currently reports regularly on jazz on Examiner.com.

Print Periodical of the Year

The New York City Jazz Record

Website of the Year


 Blog of the Year

"A Blog Supreme" (Patrick Jarenwattananon)
"Do The Math" (Ethan Iverson)
 "Jazz Wax" (Marc Myers) 
"Rifftides" (Doug Ramsey)

Best Book About Jazz of the Year

Norman Granz: The Man Who Used Jazz for Justice (University of California Press), by Tad Hershorn 
Nica's Dream: The Life and Legend of the Jazz Baroness (W.W. Norton & Company), by David Kastin Here and Now! The Autobiography of Pat Martino (Backbeat Books), by Pat Martino with Bill Milkowski
Rifftide: The Life and Opinions of Papa Jo Jones (University of Minnesota Press), as told to Albert Murray, edited by Paul Devlin, afterword by Phil Schaap Coltrane on Coltrane: The John Coltrane Interviews (Chicago Review Press), edited by Chris DeVito 
Monument Eternal: The Music of Alice Coltrane (Wesleyan), by Franya J. Berkman
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