Topic: Margaret Petch - Tauranga Jazz Festival Scrap Book 1 of 3

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Margaret Petch kept a scrapbook of news articles, programmes and tickets connected to the Tauranga Jazz Festival. These can be viewed on screen within the Tauranga Central Libraries

Archived version here: https://perma.cc/R9CK-Y5H6

Most of the newspaper articles glued within the scrapbooks are after 1945 and before 1995 and are therefore not easily found using newstext, paperspast and the New Zealand reference databases (accessible from the Tauranga City Libraries databases). However, they cannot be displayed within Tauranga Memories for copyright reasons. Instead, the article headings, dates and where possible papers from which they were cut, will be provided below.

Cover Page (Click here)

 

 Page 1

"The jazzman said...Gassed Man!" by Michael Foster, Source: [newspaper article], Hand dated: 14 January 1963.

"Outdoor Jazz Festival", Source (hand notation): Wanganui Chronicle, Hand dated: 1963.

"Jazz on a Summer's Night" - first National Jazz Festival souvenir programme, Date: 1963. (Click here)

 

Page 2

1964 Souvenir Programme (Click here)

 

Page 3

Souvenir programme of the Jazz concert held at the Boy's College Hall, Tauranga, 7 August 1965.

Underneath the above cover was the souvenir programme for 1965. (Click here to view the full programme)

  

Page 4

 Souvenir programme of the Fifth Tauranga National Jazz Festival held at Town Hall, Tauranga, 25 & 26 March 1967. (Click here)

 

Page 5

An advertisement of the 6th National New Zealand Jazz Festival held in Tauranga during the Easter of 1968. (Click here)

 

Page 6

An advertisement of the 6th National Jazz Festival held in Tauranga in 1968. (Click here)

  

page 7

" Jazz in colourful style made the '68 festival the best yet", Source: [newspaper article], Hand dated: 15 April 1968, Includes a picture of Tauranga Swing Musicians Society band (Conductor: Paul Gillet, First row from left: Ron Reilly (partly obscured), Dale Petersen, Arthuer Burt and Ken Hayman)

"Jazz critic to miss city festival", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1968].

"Jazz buffs arrives for festival", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1968].

An advertisement of the 6th National Jazz Festival held in Tauranga, Source: [newspaper], Date [1968]. (below)

 

Page 8

"Jazz on a wet and windy day" by Yardbird, Source (hand notation): Waikato Times, Hand dated: 20 April 1968.

"6th National Jazz Scene, Tauranga" (an advertisement ), Source: Unknown, Date: [1968]. (Click here)

"6th National Jazz Festival, Tauranga Easter" (an advertisement), Source: Unknown, Date: [1968]. (Click here)

 

Page 9

"Jazz festival gains ground, following", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1968].

 "Acker Bilk group shows versatility", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1968].

"Jazz at Tauranga again", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1968].

Picture: Alec MacLean and his daughter Vida MacLean, Source: [newspaper], Date: [1968].

 

Page 10

Profile of Dave Hall, includes a picture of Dave Hall playing the drum, Source: Unknown, Date: [196?].

 

Page 11

Hamilton's first jazz festival programme cover , 2 June 1968, includes a picture of Acker Bilk with his band.

 

Page 12

"Aucklanders at the Founders", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1968]. Includes a picture of John Battersby conducting the Aucland Musicians' Club Rehearsal Band during Sunday night's session inHamilton's Founders Theatre.

"Success for jazz festival", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1968].

"Festival chat", picture of John Battersby (trumpet) and Bobby Davist (vocalist), both of Auckland, chatting between sessions of the Jazz Festival in Hamilton's Founders Theatre, Source: [newspaper], Date: [1968].

 

Page 13

"Jazz not hindered by handicap", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1968].

"Waikatojazz draws tv eye", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1968].

 

Page 14

"Jazz festival gains ground, following", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1968].

(Note: Article repeated from page 9 of the scrapbook volume 1)

 

Page 15

Jazz from Europe(souvenir programme cover), 19 March - 8 April 1969. (Click here)

 

Page 16

"Bands will play at hospital", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969].

"Street parade will start jazz festival", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969].

"The Bay of Plenty's 1969 Easter Parade" (cartoon picture) , Source: [newspaper], Date: [1969].

 

Page 17

"Day brightened by Dixieland jazz", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969]. Includes a picture of Eureka Jazz Gentleman (From Left: Barry Neilson, Brian Boreland and Joe Brandon) warming up before playing their way alongCameron Road.

"National jazz festival",  Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969].

"Was honorary member",  Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969].

"In Memoriam",  Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969].

 

Page 18

A picture of the Novisingers in action during the seventh National Jazz Festival in Tauranga. From left: Bernard Kawka, Ewa Wanat, Waldemar Parzynski and Januz Mych, Picture by Paul Carter, Date: [1969].

"Jazz festival competition placings",  Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969]. Includes a picture of the staff of Charles Hartley Ltd. From Left: Mr E. G. Petrie, Mrs O. Larsen and Miss J. Fairey. Presenting the award if the judge, Miss Patricia Moore and the Tauranga representative Mr W. A. Middlebrook.

Notice about Mr Dave Hall being re-elected as the President of the Tauranga National Jazz Festival Society, and Mr Barry Petch elected as the Vice-President.

 

Page 19

"Leading Poslih musicians here for Jazz Festival",  Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969].

"City is booked out for Easter",  Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969].

An advertisement of the National Jazz Festival held in Tauranga Hall, Source: [newspaper], Date [1969].

"Concerts were sell-out" by Staff reporter, Tauranga,  Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969].

A colour advertisement of the Easter National Jazz Festival (with the sponsor's name, Lion Beer, at the bottom), Source: Unknown, Date: [1969]. (Click here)

 

Page 20

 "Tauranga has been rocked by grand jazz festival", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969].

"Ewa's musical career began at age of six", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969]. Inclues a close-up picture of Ewa Vanat.

 

Page 21

 "Possible trip to Europe for NZ jazz group", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969].

"Big audience was appreciative of jazz musicianship", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969].

A blue ribbon with "1969, COMMITTEE" on it. (Click here)

 

Page 22

 "Gifted Octet" by Ray Harris, Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969].

6 perforated vouchers with the text "Tauranga Jazz Festival, 1 shot", Date: [1969]. (Click here)

A picture of the Eureka Jazz Gentleman. In front Joe Brandon, behind him Brian Boreland and at rear Barry neilson. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1969].

 

Page 23

  "I say a loud 'Yes'" by Ray Harris, Source: N.Z. Listener, Date: 9 May 1969. Includes a picture of the Trumpet section of the Auckland Neophonic Orchestra, Photo by Paul Carter.

A blue ribbon with "1969, COMMITTEE" on it. (Note: same blue ribbon on Page 21 above)

 

Page 24

 "Tauranga says YES to jazz", Source: [magazine article], Date: [1969]. Includes a picture taken at theTaurangaHospital, and two other pictures (location not identified).

 

Page 25

 Programme guide of the 8th National Jazz Festival, Date [1970]. (Click here)

 A picture (black & white) of Woody Woodhouse Quartet [photo by Paul Carter], Hand dated: 1969.

 

Page 26

 A picture of the jazz musicians marching in the children's ward after a procession through the city to the Tauranga Hospital. March led by Masterton Clarinetist Bernard Greenlees.

"'Jazz Gentlemen' head west", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1970]. Includes a picture of the performance in Tauranga. From left: Barry Nielson, Brian Boland and Joe Brandon.

A picture (black & white) of a jazz performance [photo by Paul Carter], Date: [1969].

 

Page 27

 "Report from Tauranga" by Ray Harris, Source: N.Z. Listener, Date: 17 April 1970.

A thank you note to the sponsors and the musicians of the jazz festival by Peter Le Masurier, Chairman of the Tauranga Jazz Festival Society Inc. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1970].

"Jazz festival society year is reviewed", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1970].

"NZ jazz body may be formed", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1970]. 

 

Page 28

"Bubbling bucketsful of jazz at Tauranga", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1970].

A raffle ticket with the text "Say yes to jazz, 8th National Jazz Festival", Date: [1970]. (Click here)

"Mr Gibson, you upset your audience", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1970].

 

Page 29

 Pictures of jazz festival musicians. Clockwise from top left: Lou Mercer, Stanley Stompers, Max Bayley/Peter Cross/Paul Gibbons/Al Fletcher, Bon Matenga. Source: [magazine article], Date: [1970].

5 perforated vouchers with the text "Tauranga Jazz Festival, 1 shot" (No. 1093), Date: [1970]. (Click here)

A colour advertisement of the 8th National Jazz Festival (with the sponsors' names), Source: Unknown, Date; [1970]. (Click here)

 

Page 30

 A picture (black & white) of some of the jazz musicians playing in Woolworths, From left: Owen Godrick, Ken White, Ken Hayman and Dave Proud. Source: Unknown, Date; [1970]. (Click here)

 

Page 31

 Programme guide of 9th National Jazz Festival, Hand dated: 1971. (Click here)

 

Page 32

 An advertisement of 9th National Jazz Festival , Source: [newspaper], Date: [1971]. (Click here)

"Jazz festival". A picture of two of the musicians who attended the National Jazz Festival held in Tauranga over the Easter break. From left: Bruce Lynch and Bruce King. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1971].

"Jazz federation to produce bulletin", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1971].

"Sydney jazz group here for festival", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1971].

"Streets echo to jazz bombardment", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1971].

 

Page 33

 "Top jazz group booked for festival", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1971].

"Jazz for Easter" by Sharon Graves, Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1971]. Includes a picture of jazz performers. From left: President of the Tauranga Jazz Festival Society, Peter Le Masurier, and Society Jazzmen. Picture taken by Anthony A'Hern.

10 perforated vouchers with the text "JAZZ", and "TAURANGA JAZZ FESTICAL SOC. (INC.)" written across in the middle, Date: [1971]. (Click here)

 

Page 34

 An advertisement of The Don Burrows Quartet, Source: [newspaper], Date: [1971]. (Click here)

 "Berkleyscholar to play at National Jazz Festival", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1971]. Includes a picture of the brass section of the Auckland Neophonic Orchestra.

An advertisement of the Jazz Concert to be held at the Town Hall, 11 April [1971], Source: [newspaper]. (Click here)

Two cards, Card 1: "Interantional Jazz Festival, Tauranga, 1971" (with the logo), Card 2: "The year of Don Burrows, Interantional Jazz Festival, Tauranga, 1971" (this card had 330 hand written on top), Date: [1971]. (Click here) Note: this could be two tickets, or two sides of a ticket.

 

Page 35

"9th Annual Tauranga Jazz Festival Easter, 1971", Source: Music Maker (Australia), Date: March 1971, p. 23.

 

Page 36

  "Hospital swings with jazz", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1971]. Includes a picture of Hamilton Trombonist Mr F. Bain at a concert at theTauragan Hospital.

 Two cards with the text "The year of Don Burrows, Interantional Jazz Festival, Tauranga, 1971" (One card had 62 and the other card had 45 hand written on top). (Click here)

 

Page 37

  "Great music at jazz festival", Source:BayofPlenty Mirror, Date: 1971, p. 16. Includes a picture of the members of the Don Burrows Quartet fromSydney. From left: Ed Gaston, Don Burrows and George Golla.

"9th National Jazz Festival". A picture of Frank Gibson, Andrew and Bruce Lynch, Source:BayofPlenty Mirror, Date: 1971, p. 16. 

 

Page 38

   "Jazz musician has many and varied interests", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1971]. Includes a picture of Don Burrows recording some of the Tauranga Jazz Festival on film.

 A picture of a child sitting on a table spreaded with cash, Source: Unknown, Date: [1971?].

 

Page 39

An advertisement of the Lion Beer with the Tauraga Jazz Festival logo on the top, Source: Unknown, Date: [1971?]. (Click here)

Paper clipping. Includes the text "I'll be there!, Tauraga National Jazz Festival Easter Weekend", Source: Unknown, Date: [1971]. (Click here)

A colour advertisement of the Easter National Jazz Festival (with the sponsor Lion Beer at the bottom), Source: Unknown, Date: [1971]. (Click here)

 

Page 40

 "Vintage year", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1971].  

A picture (black & white) of Alex MacLean and Don Burrows, Source: Graham Photo (Aust.), Date: [197?].

 

Page 41

 "Two New Zealand discources", Reported by Keith Edmondston, Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1971?].  

"Man with a clarinet", Source: [newspaper article], Date: 15 December 1970, p. 4.

 

Page 42

 Jazz Festival advertisement with the sponsor Benson & Hedges name on it, Source: [newspaper], Date: [197?]. (Click here)

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Margaret Petch - Tauranga Jazz Festival Scrap Book 1 of 3


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