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  • this page. I thought my contribution could be sharing an observation as a jazz educator. Over the years I have tried many different approaches to teaching
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  • Jazz harmony makes use of intervals and dissonances that are not generally utilised by the 'classical' tradition, except for by modernists such as Stravinsky
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  • you for visiting the Vocal Jazz department of this Wikiversity. Feel free to add more exercises and information. 'Jazz singing' can be defined by the
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  • are most recognised in popular culture as the primary instrument in pop, jazz, blues, country, and rock music. The guitar usually has six strings, but
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  • Jamming Online (category Jazz)
    limitations on musicians, allowing the creation of such organizations as the MIDI Jazz Network, Kolabora and many other projects. One focus of this Wikiversity
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  • One of the first things a jazz pianist needs is a foundation of good pianistic technique, which is most easily gained by studying classical piano. Learning
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  • used in many different styles of music including Bluegrass, New Acoustic, jazz, blues, country, classical, folk, and celtic. Technique is an incredibly
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  • ensembles including concert bands, orchestras, flute ensebles, ocasionally jazz bands and big bands. Good flute technique requires that the flute be pressed
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  • for and perform on the soprano sax. No jazz band would be complete without a sax section, and in a standard jazz big band, the sax section consists of
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  • related to all the other major American branches in popular music especially jazz. Though the blues form is associated with ballads; it does have a vast corpus
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  • proponents of jazz music including Miles Davis, John Coltrane and Charles Mingus. From latin jazz, jazz fusion, jazz funk, big band style swing jazz, be bop
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  • Wikiversity:Requests You may want to get involved at Basic Blues & Rock or Jazz if you are interested in playing piano, organ or keyboards within those Music
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  • The first discovered musical scale was on an instrument called the Guqin. This instrument represented the scale of harmonics. The period of European History
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  • notation. This is a very common practice amongst jazz musicians as they transcribe solos recorded by other jazz musicians so as to develop their own improvisational
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  • for dictation, triad and chord constuction, sight singing, and all that jazz. An interval is simply the distance between two pitches. There are 12 unique
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  • School of Music Beginner | Novice | Advanced | Expert | Introduction | Theory | Composition | Jazz | Ear Training
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  • If you are learning to play a musical instrument, improving your singing voice, or you are already an accomplished musician, you probably want someday
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  • Diminished and augmented intervals are common in Quartal and Quintal harmony. Jazz soloists usually voice solos with stacked fourths and tritones. Minimalist
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  • vibraphone was invented in the United States in 1921. It has a long history as a jazz instrument. However, the vibraphone has since been used in many other musical
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  • Art Song/Lied/Melodie Chorus and Choral modern styles: Musical Theater Jazz Vocals Pop/Rock/R&B Vocals other styles: Overtone Singing Mongolian Throat
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