Techniques in Jazz Improvisation
In this course professor Chris Collins breaks down jazz improvisation into three sections: Beginning with Rhythm, Using the Melody and Intermediate Harmonic Techniques.
After successful completion of the course, a professional development certificate will be available for printing. This certificate can be used to apply for professional development credits as required by the school district, state or association office.
|Beginning with Rhythm|
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|In this segment Beginning with Rhythm Christopher Collins discusses tools and goals for beginning improvisors starting with rhythm.|
|Using the Melody|
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|Unit 2 discusses melody encouraging students to understand the basic melody of the tune then exploring with expression and rhythm.|
|Intermediate Harmonic Techniques|
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|Christopher Collins discusses the concept harmony, simple to complex.|
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