Jazz Improvisation (MUS 283.3)

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Syllabus / Public content Section Term Instructor
MUS 283 02 January 2016 Dean McNeill (primary instructor)

Description

Focuses on the study and development of musical skills as they pertain to the performance of jazz improvisation. Topics such as basic jazz-related theory; chord/scale relationships; motivic, chord based and modal improvisations are presented in a systematic manner. This course assumes no pre-existing knowledge base of jazz improvisation but does presume a basic working knowledge and control over any given musical instrument. This course is open to all instrumentalists.

Prerequisite(s)

MUS 184.

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