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Gator’s Professional Microphone Boom Arm

February 16, 2021

Gator’s new professional desktop broadcast/podcast microphone features an on-air indicator light, 360-degree rotation ability, and a replaceable XLR cable. The stand is fully adjustable and will clamp or directly mount to surfaces up to 2.17”/55mm in thickness.

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Luna’s Safari Vista Stallion Acoustic-Electric Travel Guitar

Luna’s Safari Vista Stallion acoustic-electric travel guitar displays a skillfully-crafted top made from tone woods on a travel guitar body (¾ size). Handmade from a combination of Lacewood, Padauk, maple, burled sapele, abalone, mother of pearl, and burled maple, this model comes equipped with Fishman electronics and a built-in tuner.

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Buffet Crampon Student Alto and Tenor Saxophones

Using many of the same design elements as the Buffet Crampon 400 Series professional saxophones, the 100 Series student saxophones give young band students a high-quality instrument that plays well right away, a crucial first step for beginning saxophonists.

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Sitting Down with Sittin’ In

February 9, 2021

SIttin In offers warmth and serves as a living textbook for folks hoping to get glimpses of jazz likely from a time before their own club-hopping days.

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Learning to Circular Breathe to Enhance Jazz Saxophone Performance

Circular breathing is an extended technique used by performers when there is no place in a musical passage to take a breath.

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What’s on Your Playlist – Noah Haidu?

Pianist Noah Haidu has etched out an uncompromising identity as a pianist and composer by balancing cutting-edge songwriting with stirring improvisations.

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“We Are Jazz Musicians who Play Violin, Not Violinists who Play Jazz”

As the great jazz saxophonist Wayne Shorter once said, “Jazz shouldn’t have any mandates. Jazz is not supposed to be something that’s required to sound like jazz. For me, the word ‘jazz’ means, ‘I dare you.’” Using that argument, there are not many instruments better fit for jazz than the violin. Over the years, jazz […]

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Gearcheck: February 2021

The latest and greatest gear for jazz educators and musicians

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National Museum of African American Music Opens in Nashville

Dedicated to preserving and celebrating the many music genres created, influenced, and inspired by African Americans.

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Music-Go-Round from Alfred Music

February 1, 2021

Music-Go-Round is a 100-page book overflowing with creative musical activities for elementary students. This book includes Color-By-Note coloring pages, Word Wizard word searches, Musical Mix-Ups, Colorful Beats, Music Note Spelling Bees, Puzzling Pitches, and more. Music-Go-Round covers facts and concepts that are already part of music curriculums, these attractive reproducible worksheets are perfect for bell work, simple assessments, extra credit exercises, homework assignments, quick lesson extensions, or ready-to-go substitute teacher plans.

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