Joshua Redman: Contributing to the Collaborative Art Form

September 5, 2007

Since he emerged on the scene in the early ’90s, Joshua Redman has been one of the world’s most celebrated […]

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Dave Brubeck: Changing Times

With insatiable musical curiosity and ingenuity, Dave Brubeck helped legitimize jazz as an art form in the 1940s and ’50s. […]

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August / September 2007

August 7 Diego Amador – Piano Jondo (World Village) Andy Bey – ‘Round Midnight (Prestige) Art Blakey – Prime Source […]

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August / September 2007

Woodwind Repair KitThe MusicMedic.com Woodwind Repair Kit is available for flute, clarinet, and saxophone. All of the tools and supplies […]

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Slash Chords – Part II Beyond Western Harmony

Last time we covered how to substitute slash chords to simplify complex harmonic situations. Now we’ll look at how to […]

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A Conversation with…Trombonist Steve Wiest

June 21, 2007

Steve Wiest, the teacher, is also Steve Wiest, the eternal student. “What is it that Dizzy said?” he asks before […]

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Introducing Students to the Giants of Jazz

Think about Wyoming, and you may picture cowboys, or blaring country music, or wide-open spaces that stretch on and on. […]

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Listening and Learning

My wife and I inadvertently happened upon an outdoor dress rehearsal of the Boston Pops for their Fourth of July […]

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Alex Skolnick

Having made a name for himself in the late ’80s and early ’90s as one of metal’s most gifted guitarists, […]

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June / July 2007

Berklee Launches the BIRNBerklee College of Music has launched a global, four-channel, 24-hour guided tour through the world’s premier college […]

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