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OCLC Number: Notes: "The title of this work has been changed to 'Jazz Ensemble' to reflect more accurately today's musical terminology. Readers may substitute 'jazz ensemble' for 'dance band' wherever said term applies.".
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The musician credited with establishing the instrumentation of and arranging techniques for modern jazz bands was Fletcher Henderson. Often cited as the "Father of the Modern Big Band", Henderson formed his first large jazz ensemble in by modeling the instrumentation of New York society orchestras as well as vaudeville pit bands.
Every piece of music has an overall plan or structure, the “big picture,” so to speak. This is called the form of the music. Musical forms offer a great range of complexity. Most listeners will quickly grasp the form of a short and simple piece, or of one built from many short repetitions.
It MUS ED (). Jazz Pedagogy — 2 hrs. Methods and materials related to teaching of jazz, including jazz ensemble rehearsal techniques, improvisation, jazz theory, and listening techniques. Prerequisite(s): graduate standing or consent of instructor.
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