Jazz In The Classroom - Volume 6 album flac
|A2||Meet Benny Bailey||3:47|
|A4||Change Of Pace||3:48|
|A5||Birth Of A Band||2:14|
|B3||For Lena And Lenny||3:26|
|B4||Evening In Paris||3:41|
|B6||Hard Sock Dance||4:04|
- Conductor – Herb Pomeroy
- Trumpet [Lead] – Chris Swansen, Mike Gibbs*
|BLP 6B||Jazz In The Classroom||A Tribute To Quincy Jones Volume 6 (LP, Mono)||Berklee Records||BLP 6B||US||1961|
|BLP 6, 6012N7||Jazz In The Classroom||Volume VI - A Tribute To Quincy Jones (LP, Album)||Berklee Records, Berklee Records||BLP 6, 6012N7||US||1975|
The "Volume VI" is continuing a new series of easy and commercial attractive music. This is the crossover between Smooth Jazz and Electronica with some elements of Chill Out music.
Berklee College of Music.
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In the early 1940s in jazz, bebop emerged, led by Charlie Parker, Dizzy Gillespie, Thelonious Monk and others. It helped to shift jazz from danceable popular music towards a more challenging "musician's music. Differing greatly from swing, early bebop divorced itself from dance music, establishing itself more as an art form but lessening its potential popular and commercial value. Since bebop was meant to be listened to, not danced to, it used faster tempos
Bring Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats into your classroom. Edward de Bono came up with different kinds of thinking caps that one might use. His Six Thinking Hats book outlines both different modes of thinking and strategies to use these thinking hats in the business world. I want to take this concept and apply it to the classroom. Be sure to check out our original business article on Edward de Bono's Six Thinking Hats! The Six Thinking Hats can be used with parallel thinking (or lateral thinking) as a way for people to focus on a specific type of thinking all at the same time
Jazz in the Classroom provides opportunities for students to create improvised music by using a combination of jazz techniques and modern classroom practice. The ten sessions are developmental, starting with rhythm work, echo clapping, question and answer work, contrasting rock and swing feels. This leads on to melodic improvisation over ostinati, moving from small note groups to pentatonic scales, modes and finally major scales. Jazz in the Classroom