This course will study the musical and aesthetic makeup of jazz in terms of melody, harmony, form, orchestration, etc. and their place
in the work of the musicians in historical context.
Course Instructor: Robert Zieff
Robert has a Bachelor of Music in Musicology from Boston University and has taught at UCLA, LA City College, Immaculate Heart College, and Temple University. Robert is a composer-arranger for recordings including Jazz artists Chet Baker, Bill Harris, and Art Farmer. Robert also has entries in the New Grove Encyclopedia of Jazz.
Registration required. Limited to 25 participants.
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