MVJ 3531: Applied Jazz Improvisation
Course Description for Applied Jazz Improvisation
Applied Jazz Improvisation
Description: Students in this course take lessons in jazz improvisation on a specific instrument or voice. The course features an introduction to the basic principles of jazz improvisation through demonstrations by the instructor and through exercises in listening, writing, and performing. Students complete assignments using traditional methods and the tools of music technology. This course is restricted to students in the School of Music. Permission of the instructor is required. This course is repeatable for up to 8 credits.