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The Relevance of Jazz History in Twenty-First Century British Jazz Practice and Pedagogy

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Author(s): Katherine Williams

Journal: Journal of Music History Pedagogy
ISSN 2155-109X

Volume: 3;
Issue: 2;
Start page: 187;
Date: 2013;
Original page

Keywords: music history pedagogy | jazz education | jazz history | British jazz | American jazz | repertory bands | recordings

ABSTRACT
In this discussion of jazz education, I contrast the development of traditions and practices in Britain with the indigenous practices of North America. In both cases, I categorize methods of jazz education into informal and formal schools of training, with the former focusing on early schemes of oral learning, and the latter on later codified systems. History has a particularly important role in three main areas of jazz education: (1) transgenerational mentors, (2) learning from recordings, and (3) repertory bands.
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