Melody and Melodicism in the Teaching of Jazz Improvisation

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Melody and Melodicism in the Teaching of Jazz Improvisation
Jazz Education Journal
32
6
46-49
2000/05
eng
0730-9791
Describes methods which the author employs to teach young jazz students how to improvise. Explains the role of
melody and melodicism in jazz improvisation instruction. Outlines approaches to playing melody including
examples of musical notation from the standard "All the Things You Are."
Théorie et analyse musicales, pédagogie , Éducation , Improvisation