Jazz Improvisation I

Jazz Studies 150

Usual Description

A course in the technique and performance practice of jazz improvisation, covering the period 1935-60. The course includes historical investigation, transcriptions, aural analysis, rhythmic, harmonic and melodic technical studies and repertoire development. Additional outside listening is required.

Time Periods

1935 - 1960

Course Listings

These are all of the listings of this course recorded in the Oberlin course catalog since the fall of 2007.

Listing Semester Professor
Jazz Studies 150 Taught by Jay Ashby
Jazz Studies 150 Taught by Jay Ashby
Jazz Studies 150 Taught by Peter Dominguez
Jazz Studies 150 Taught by Peter Dominguez
Jazz Studies 150 Taught by Dan Wall
Jazz Studies 150 Taught by Dan Wall