Topic: Margaret Petch - Tauranga Jazz Festival Scrapbook 2 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

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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 59.5KB)

 

 Page 1

 Yamaha National Jazz Festival programme guide, Source: Tauranga Jazz Festival Society, Date: 1972. (Click here)

 

 Page 2

 Individual pictures of the Don Burrows' Quartet members. Clockwise from top left: Don Burrows playing flute (Click here 40KB), George Golla playing guitar (Click here 40.6KB), Alan Turnbull playing drums (Click here 51.3KB) and Ed Gaston playing chello (Click here 41.5KB). Source: Unknown, Date: [197?].

 

Page 3

 "Stage all set for NZ Jazz Festival", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972].

 An advertisement of the Yamaha National Jazz Festival, Source: [newspaper], Date: [1972].(Click here 65.6KB)

"Jazz", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972].

"Don Burrows Quarted star jazz drawcard", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972].

Update of the Don Burrows Quartet schedule, Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972].

4 advertisements of Jazz Festival albums/recordings. Source: [newspaper], Date: [1972]. (Click here)

Yamaha advertising sticker promoting their band instruments (In this sticker: A man holding a Trombone). Source: YAMAHA, Date: [1972]. (Click here 127.1KB)

 

Page 4

 An advertisement of the 10th National Jazz Festival, Source: [newspaper], Date: [1972]. (Click here 30.3KB)

"Adderley joins top Mosus at festival", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972]. Includes a picture of 14-year-old Paul Dunningham from Masterton playing drums, with Tauranga musicians Owen Goodrick on the organ and Rod Smith providing the vocals.

A colour advertisement of the Easter National Jazz Festival (with the sponsor Lion Beer at the bottom), Source: Unknown, Date: [1972]. (Click here 95.7KB)

 

Page 5

 An advertisement of Yamaha National Jazz Festival, Source: Sunday News, Date: 19 March 1972, p. 13.

An advertisement of Yamaha National Jazz Festival, Source: Sunday News, Date: 26 March 1972, p. 17. (Note: pasted partially over the above advertisement). (Click here 128.8KB)

 

Page 6

 "Tauranga tunes up for gigantic jam", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972].

 An advertisement of the 10th National Jazz Festival, Source: [newspaper], Date: [1972]. (Click here 28.8KB)

Yamaha advertising sticker promoting their band instruments (In this sticker: A man holding a Clarinet). Source: Yamaha, Date: [1972]. (Click here 115.5KB)

 

Page 7

An advertisement of Yamaha National Jazz Festival, Source: [newspaper], Date: [1972]. (Click here 77.3KB)

 "News on NZ scene", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972].

10 perforated vouchers with the text "JAZZ", and "TAURANGA JAZZ FESTICAL SOC. (INC.)" written across in the middle, Date: [1972]. (Note: repeated from page 33 of the Scrapbook 1). (Click here 34.1KB)

Yamaha advertising sticker promoting their band instruments (In this sticker: A man holding a Saxopohne). Source: YAMAHA, Date: [1972]. (Click here 119.2KB)

 

Page 8

  An exclusive interview with Ed Gaston, by Trevor Graham. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972].

 A thank you note from Dianne Gaston to the Tauranga public, Sydney, Australia. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972]. (Click here 41.3KB)

Yamaha advertising sticker promoting their band instruments (In this sticker: A man holding a Trombone). Source: Yamaha, Date: [1972]. (Click here 112.3KB)

 

Page 9, 10 11 and 12

Autographs of musicians appearing at the 10th National Jazz Festival. Date: [1972]. (Click the page number to view: Page 9 87.1KB, Page 10 80.8KB, Page 11 85.3KB and Page 12 39.1KB)

 

Page 13

Paper clipping of the letter "Y" from YAMAHA (the official Jazz Festival sponsor for 1972). (Click here)

"Tauranga now national jazz headquarters", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972].

"Burrows Quartet for festival", Source: [newspaper article], Hand dated: [1972]. Includes a picture of three members of Don Burrows, from left: Ed Gaston, Don Burrows and George Golla pictured at the National Jazz Festival in Tauranga in 1970.

 

Page 14

 "Bright note in city wards" - a picture of Tauranga trumpeter Richard Carey belts a tune for young patients during a visit to the Tauranga Hospital. Source: [newspaper], Date: [1972].

"Jazz festival underway", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972].

 A thank you note from Tauranga Jazz Festival Soc. (Inc.) to the Tauranga public and the audience, Sydney, Australia. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972]. (Click here 47.5KB)

Paper clipping of the letter "A" from YAMAHA (the official Jazz Festival sponsor for 1972). (Click here)

 

Page 15

 Paper clipping of the letter "M" from YAMAHA (the official Jazz Festival sponsor for 1972). (Click here)

3 diamond-shaped "A Deacade of Jazz" tickets (white, pink and blue). Date: 1972. (Click here 101KB)

 

Page 16

"Good helpings of good jazz at the national festival" by C.D.G., Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972].

Paper clipping of the letter "A" from YAMAHA (the official Jazz Festival sponsor for 1972). (Click here)

 

Page 17

 "Festival guest group may return", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972].

Yamaha's official logo (colour). Date: [1972]. (Click here 64.9KB)

 Paper clipping of the letter "H" from YAMAHA (the official Jazz Festival sponsor for 1972). (Click here)

 

Page 18

 A picture of Jazz Festival musicians taking a break from the formal proceedings for a jam session on Tauranga jetty. Derek Alexander (bass), John Brentson (trombone), Rob Smith (tenor sax), Peter Cross (trumpet) and Bill Fairs (bass sax).

 Paper clipping of the letter "A" from YAMAHA (the official Jazz Festival sponsor for 1972). (Click here)

"Big band will join festival", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972].

 

Page 19

 "A decade of jazz: jazz festival", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972]. Includes three pictures: Picture 1: Al Fletcher, Picture 2: jazz musicians on the stage, Picture 3: Jazz musicians practicing.

"Jazz fans head for Taurgana", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972].

 

Page 20

 "Top-ranked U.S. jazzman could head '73 festival", Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972].

"Taurgana rocks as jazzmen play" by Dorothy Goldie, Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972]. Includes a picture of Don Burrow at Tauranga.

 

Page 21

 A colour advertisement of the 10th National Jazz Festival, Source: Tauranga Jazz Festival Society, Date: 1972. ()

 

Page 22

 "Taurgana's decade" by Ray Harris, Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972].

 A picture of a man at a table with money and wine bottles. Date: [1972?]. (Click here 139KB)

 A picture of a child at a table with money and wine bottles. Date: [1972?]. (Click here 139.1KB)

 

Page 23

 A handwritten thank you note to Margi from D. Selles, Date: [1972?]. (Click here 29.8KB)

 

Page 24

 A handwritten note from Judy Bailey, Date: [1972?]. Includes a picture of Judy Bailey above the note. (Click here 40.4KB)

 

Page 25

 TGA. Jazz Festival Soc. A.G.M., Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972?].

World-famous names for Tauraga festival, Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972?].

Top American musicians to visit. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972?].

2 U.S. jazz artists in festival. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972?]. Includes a picture of Stan Getz during a triumphal tour of Britain.

Australian trio for festival? Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1972?].

 

Page 26

 Wide coverage for festival. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973?].

Judy Bailey comes 'home'. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973?].

Stars quit festival. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973?].

Tauranga jazz festival. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973?].

 

Page 27

Who'll be there. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973?]. Includes a picture of a band playing music.

Room to grow by John Woods. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973?]. Includes a picture of musician playing trombone.

 

Page 28

Leading pianist for festival. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973?]. Includes a picture of Judy Bailey.

Hoping to give piano to city. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973?].

An advertisement of the 11th National Jazz Festival. Source: [newspaper], Date: [1973]. ( 87.5KB)

 

Page 29

An advertisement of the 11th National Jazz Festival. Date: [1973]. (Click here)

 

Page 30

Dial a jazzy cleaner by John Berry. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973]. Includes a picture of Ken Jackson.

Augtograph of Dick Hopp on a voucher card set. Date: [1973?]. (Click here 51.6KB)

An advertisement of the 11th National Jazz Festival. Source: Soundblast, Date: 25 March 1973. (Click here 62.9KB)

 

Page 31

Swing into Easter with 'best ever' jazz festival. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973].

An advertisement of the 11th National Jazz Festival. Source: [newspaper], Date: [1973]. (Click here)

 

Page 32

 To open jazz festival. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973].

Lively start for festival. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973]. 

Big crowd at jazz festival. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973].

A diamond-shaped Jazz Festival ticket with Committee member Margaret Petch's name on it. Date: [1973]. (Click here 53.8KB)

A colour advertisement of the Easter National Jazz Festival. Source: Unknown, Date: [1973?]. (Click here 106.4KB)

 

Page 33

 3 one-day membership tickets (white, blue and red). Date: 1973. (Click here 41.9KB)

 

 Page 34

  Souvenir programme of the 11thTauranga National Jazz Festival. Date: 1973. (Click here)

 

Page 35

 Autographs of some musicians appearing at the 11th National Jazz Festival. Date: [1973]. (Click here 92.2KB)

 

Page 36

Grand piano for Tauranga by L.McD.V. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973].

Thank you note from Ken. Date: 23 April 1973. (Click here 55.4KB)

 

Page 37

Made grand gesture. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973].

Playing for sheer joy by Lincoln Vincent. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973].

Makes piano talk. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973]. Includes a picture of Judy Bailey playing piano.

 

Page 38

 The man who has it taped. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973].

A picture of a table with money and wine bottles. Hand dated: 1973. (Click here 67.4KB)

Piano is nearer. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973]. Includes a picture of Mr Marley-Smith signing the society's first contribution to the piano fund while Mr Owen watches.

 

Page 39

Superlative festival again by Ray Harris. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973].

Musicians has been on road. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973].

An advertisement of the 11th National Jazz Festival. [newspaper], Date: [1973]. Note: this advertisement is repeated. See page 30 of this scrapbook.

 

Page 40

 Festival plan starts as record year ends. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973]. Includes Dick Hopp playing flute and the Trad 7 Masterton performing at the National Jazz Festival.

 

Page 41

 Autographs of Daly-Wilson Big Band members from Australia. Date: [1973]. (Click here 59KB)

 

Page 42

Many missed music treat. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973]. 

Publicity gaff blew musicians by LJE. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1973].

 

Page 43

   Souvenir programme of the 12thTauranga National Jazz Festival. Date: 1974. (Click here)

 

Page 44

Pop group features at Jass Festival. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1974].

A low key big 'blow'. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1974].

Jazz Festival swings in with tradition. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1974].

200 will play at Festival. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1974].

Ticket from 12th National Jazz Festival. Date: 1974. (Click here 57.8KB)

 

Page 45

Quincy boys dig jazz. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1974].

10 perforated vouchers with the text "JAZZ", and "TAURANGA JAZZ FESTICAL SOC. (INC.)" written across in the middle, Date: [1974?]. (Note: repeated from page 33 of the Scrapbook 1 and page 7 of this Scrapbook). (Click here 34.1KB)

Ding dung!. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1974]. Includes a picture of Frank Gibson (left) and John Banks.

 

Page 46

Jazzmen flock to Tauranga. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1974].

An advertisement of the 12th National Jazz Festival. Source: [newspaper], Date: [1974]. (Click here 80.7KB)

 

Page 47

An advertisement of the 12th National Jazz Festival. Source: Sunday News, Date: 7 April 1974. Note: same advertisement was pasted below. (Click here 80KB)

 

Page 48

An international telegram from Chris and Dave to the President of the Tauranga Jazz Festival Society. Date: 15 April 1974. (Click here 36.8KB)

Spare a thought for jazz fund carve. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1974].

 

Page 49

From 'trad' to Afro-rock festival, story and photo by Louis Edwards. Source: [The Bay of Plenty Times], Date: 15 April 1974. Includes a picture of Ted Meager (left) and Basil Carroll, members of Jim Langabeer's Concert Jazz Ensemble.

Concerts hit with visitor by Louis Edwards. Source: [The Bay of Plenty Times], Date: 15 April 1974.

'Year of the Kiwi' by Louis Edwards. Source: [The Bay of Plenty Times], Date: 15 April 1974.

Unusual African sounds, story and photo by Louis Edwards. Source: [The Bay of Plenty Times], Date: 15 April 1974. Includes a picture of Frank Gibson (left) and John Banks.

 

Page 50

Honorary Life Member (a blank certificate) of The Tauranga Jazz Festival Society. (Click here 30.3KB)

Honorary Member (a blank certificate) of The Tauranga Jazz Festival Society. (Click here 56.3KB)

 

Page 51

 Souvenir programme of the 13thTauranga National Jazz Festival. Date: 1975. (Click here

 

Page 52

An international telegram from Patha Hall and Chris B to the President of the Tauranga Jazz Festival Society. Date: 29 April 1975. (Click here 39.8KB)

 An international telegram from John Joyce B to the President of the Tauranga Jazz Festival Society. Date: 29 April 1975. (Click here 42.3KB)

 

Page 53

An advertisement of the 13th National Jazz Festival. Source (hand notation): Sunday News, Date: 23 March 1975. (Click here 88.2KB)

Jazz band gather at Tauranga. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1975].

The Yamaha Jazz Festival advertisement. Source: [newspaper], Date: [1975]. (Click here 74.4KB)

2 Jazz Festival tickets (red and yellow). Date: 1975. (Click here 37KB)

 

Page 54

 Rich diet for jazz lovers by Louis Pierard. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1975].

2 Jazz Festival tickets (blue and white). Date: 1975. (Click here 49.7KB)

 

Page 55

Hectic start to 13th festival. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1975]. Includes a picture of Mr Don Murchison showing the finer points of saw-playing to an interested group in the children's ward of the Tauranga Hospital.

 

Page 56

Wow that was jazz man ... . Source: Daily Mirror, Date: 15 July 1974.

Farmers tape jazz for records. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1975?]. Includes a picture of recording studio.

 

Page 57

Highly successful musicians' ball. Source: The Bay of Plenty Mirror, Date: [1975?]. Includes pictures: Clockwise from top right: Mrs Caroline Hill, Mr Bob Owens and Miss Joyce Scandlyn, Tauranga Jazz Festival Society President Peter Le Masurier with Mr Mansell and Glenda Berentson, Dr and Mrs John Barr, Jill Wallis accompanied Mr Ross Goodwin, Mr and Mrs Bob Davie.

 

Page 58

Musicians had a ball. Source: [newspaper article], Date: 12 August 1975?. Includes pictures: Clockwise from top right: a guest and his daughter, picture of 2 women (caption not available), Mrs Shirley Peebies, Elaine and Gary Parsons.

Belle of the ball: Joyce Scandlyn. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1975?]. Includes a picture of the Mayor Mr Owens presenting Joy with her prize for being selected "Belle of the Ball".

Eight hands for dancers. Source: [newspaper article], Date: [1975?].

 

Page 59

Music Maker - Australian music magazine (cover page). Date: October 1976?. (Click here 77.4KB)

 

 Page 60

Paper clipping of the Jazz Festival logo. Date: [1975?] (Click here 53.7KB) 

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