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Jazz For Young People Curriculum

Jazz For Young People Curriculum

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Classroom Course
Composer Wynton Marsalis
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Catalog # LCM0201KIT
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Jazz For Young People Curriculum Composed by Wynton Marsalis. For Classroom Course. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # LCM0201KIT, UPC: 654979032717)

This multimedia jazz appreciation kit is based on Jazz at Lincoln Center's popular Jazz for Young People TM concert series. Designed primarily for upper elementary and middle school students, it is also well-suited for high school and college music appreciation, introduction to jazz, and music education courses. The curriculum explores core concepts -- including improvisation, form, style, and swing -- and major figures in jazz through accessible, interactive lessons. Because it was written for both musicians and non-musicians, the Jazz for Young People Curriculum is perfect for any teacher who wants an entertaining and structured way to bring jazz into the classroom.
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