Includes sites concerned instructional methods and educational materials for jazz students, as well as sub-categories for jazz schools, colleges, camps and workshops.
This site is dedicated to the study of jazz improvisation. The site features original content discussing various aspects of jazz improvisation, theory, licks, chords and practice tips.
A jazz trumpet player's journey with musical and technical development, featuring ear training tools and improvisation tips.
Jazz guitar online diagrams outline limits of classical jazz harmony in major with improvisation options. More than isolated chords or single key area map. No previous theory required.
New Jersey foundation provides in-school and summer programs developing jazz instrumental and vocal skills in elementary and middle school students and their music teachers. Online ticket sales and donations.
Bassist, educator, and NEA grant recipient Harvey Gold, Ph.D., presents seminars with his jazz sextet to teach corporate employees how to handle change.
Systematic approach to piano voicings and scales as well as transcriptions.
Some articles about improv and harmony by a professor at the University of Wisconsin. Also, soundclips, examples and links to other jazz sites.
Roger Freundlich shares his experience in teaching jazz improvisation to adult students.
British jazz pianist and educator offers downloadable play-along tunes and practice guides, with links to his quintet and the Glamorgan Summer School in Wales.
Online tutorials and resources on jazz theory, saxophone playing and composition by UK recording musician Pete Thomas.
[Berkeley, CA, US] Non-profit school for all ages. Admissions and courses offered.
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