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The Jazz Educator's Handbook and Resource Guide. Richard Dunscomb. Detailed Description. The Jazz Educator's Handbook and Resource Guide. Composed by J. Richard Dunscomb, Dr. Willie L. Hill, and Jr. Reference Textbooks; Textbook - Jazz. Resource Guide & DVD. 396 pages.
Recorded live at the Jazz Piano Workshop of the Pittsburgh Jazz Festival on June 20, 1965. Tracks 1, 5-9, 11-14 and 19 originally issues as The Jazz Piano (RCA Victor LSP-3499). Track 3 originally issued on Duke Eillington - Solos, Duets & Trios (Bluebird CD-2178). Tracks 2, 4, 10 and 15-18 are previously unreleased. The occasion was a piano workshop on a Sunday afternoon at the Pittsburgh Jazz Festival in 1965, obviously a time when giants still walked the earth. The original album contains only ten tunes. This CD reissue contains all 19 performances, newly remixed from the original three-track masters, adding new material from Smith, Williams, Taylor and Bell.
DIRECTOR OF JAZZ STUDIES Jeff Jarvis, jazz ensembles, jazz arranging, jazz improvisation, jazz pedagogy Performances with Dizzy Gillespie, Louie Bellson, Joe Williams, Benny Golson, Rob McConnell, Jimmy Heath, Henry Mancini, Slide Hampton, Chuck and Gap Mangione, Doc Severinsen and more. Widely published composer and arranger, guest conductor, clinician and guest soloist, Past Vice-President of the International Association for Jazz Education and Past President of the California Alliance for Jazz.
100 Greatest Jazz Artists. Criteria: Artists are judged by the influence of their music, by their artistic skills and inspiration, by the greatness of the music that they helped create, and the contributions that they made to that music. Jazz has had the broadest perspective of all genre's in music since it's first note to the present day. It is for that reason that this list is presented in the same manner, with respect to all the myriad forms & interpretations of Jazz that exist today.