Dr. Andrew N. Sugg is a musicologist who received his Ph.D. at Adelaide University. He is on the faculty of the Sir Zelman Cowen School of Music at the Monash University in Australia. Dr. Sugg is a prominent saxophonist who performs regularly throughout Australia and internationally. He is featured on numerous recordings and leads an ensemble that specialises in a fusion of contemporary jazz and popular styles.
2014 0-7734-4281-2 This book investigates the influence of Coltrane’s music on the improvising of post-Coltrane saxophonist by inspecting selected improvisations of Jerry Bergonzi and David Liebman and comparing them to improvisations by Coltrane on the same repertoire piece.
A ground-breaking study that examine the magnitude of Jazz legend, John Coltrane’s influence, from an analytical perspective, on subsequent Post-Coltrane saxophonist in the development of their respective improvisatory styles and creative approaches to this music genre.