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Jazz Pedagogy (Bk/Dvd)

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Voicing/Format book
Desc Bk/Dvd
Composer Dunscomb/Hill
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Catalog # 0582B

Price: $65.99

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Jazz Pedagogy (Bk/Dvd) Composed by Dunscomb/Hill. For book. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # 0582B, UPC: 654979031024)

Here is a comprehensive guide that opens the doors to the world of jazz education. Written by internationally recognized and successful jazz educators who are experienced at teaching jazz to elementary, middle school, high school and college students as well as to teachers and administrators. You will find realistic and practical solutions to challenges such as the jazz concept, understanding the rhythm section, jazz improvisation and jazz styles, including a great section on Latin jazz. Uniquely innovative, this one-of-a-kind handbook incorporates the web as an ongoing resource tool that provides the ultimate in reference information. The attached DVD presents audio/video demonstrations of rehearsal techniques, how to really teach jazz improvisation and how to understand and improve the rhythm section.

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