Jazz History

The history of Jazz music origins is attributed to the turn of the 20th century New Orleans, although this unique, artistic medium occurred almost simultaneously in other North American areas like Saint Louis, Kansas City and Chicago. Traits carried from West African black folk music developed in the Americas, joined with European popular and light classical music of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, became the syncopated rhythms of Ragtime and minor chord voicings characteristic of the Blues.

Jazz and Blues are among America’s greatest cultural achievements and exports to the world community giving powerful voice to the American experience. Born of a multi-hued society, it unites people across the divides of race, region and national boundaries and has always made powerful statements about freedom, creativity and American identity at home and abroad. ์นด์ง€๋…ธ์‚ฌ์ดํŠธ

Jazz is not only the result of choosing which tune, but an ideal that is created first in the mind, inspired by one’s passion, and willed next in playing music. Its unique expression draws from life experience and human emotion as the inspiration of the creative force, and through this discourse is chronicled the history of a people. Musicians and those that follow the genre closely, can indeed be thought of as an artistic community complete with its leaders, spokesmen, innovators, aficionados, members, bands, supporters & fans.

Music and all Art is an essential part of the “human experience.” A basic understanding and appreciation of Music can only serve to broaden ones character and deepen the connection with those around us. Today, this music is played, studied and taught at private and public institutions all around the globe. However, as lower budgets force public schools to cut back, private music lessons and online learning may eventually replace it in many areas. This specifically afftects music mastery in Jazz education and other arts programs. ์•ˆ์ „ํ•œ์นด์ง€๋…ธ์‚ฌ์ดํŠธ

Understanding theory & harmony provides the basis for rootless Jazz voicings, improvisation, fills and soloing. Study improv methods and find Jazz chords, Blues chords, intervals, cadences, turnarounds, reharmonization, tritone substitution and transposing keys.

Interact the virtual piano chords to see variations of piano chords, chord voicings, seventh chords and piano scales, or study the charts about scale degrees, chord progressions, the circle of fifths, or to find scales and common modes. Guitarists will find shapes for basic barre chords, open positions and root voicings with the virtual guitar chords.

Study piano lessons, theory and composition at the San Diego music studio, or from your home or office via computer with online piano lessons. Get instruction with standards or tunes found in the public domain. ์นด์ง€๋…ธ์‚ฌ์ดํŠธ ์ถ”์ฒœ

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