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Master Class Jazz - Wynton Marsalis

Master Class – Jazz, has Wynton working with a Jazz quintet. There is in depth discussion and demonstration of all aspects of the rhythm section as well as the front line horns. Concepts of improvisation, playing as a group including techniques of listening and interacting as a group are also covered. This one is cram packed with information for players and teachers who work with small groups and big bands.

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Master Class Jazz - Wynton Marsalis

Album Info

Ensemble Wynton Marsalis
Release Date June 25th, 2006
Recording Date February 1995
Record Label PlayinTIme Production
Catalogue Number WME005
Formats DVD
Genre Educational Recordings

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Track Listing

Track Length Preview
DVD CHAPTERS
Swing & Time
New Orleans
On rap music
Group Instruction
Church Influence
Classic Vs Jazz
Rhythmic Ideas
Louis Armstrong

Liner Notes

Master Class – Jazz, has Wynton working with a Jazz quintet. There is in depth discussion and demonstration of all aspects of the rhythm section as well as the front line horns. Concepts of improvisation, playing as a group including techniques of listening and interacting as a group are also covered. This one is cram packed with information for players and teachers who work with small groups and big bands.

Table of content:

  • Swing & Time
  • New Orleans
  • On rap music
  • Group Instruction
  • Church Influence
  • Classic Vs Jazz
  • Rhythmic Ideas
  • Louis Armstrong

Credits

This program was filmed in February 1995 at the Lied Center of Kansas, University of Kansas.

Mr. Marsalis’ Students:
Steve Erickson (Piano); Mike Warren (drums); Todd Harshbarger (bass); Paul Harr (tenor sax); Mark Howard (alto sax).

Wynton Marsalis Quartet:
Wynton Marsalis (trumpet); Eric Reed (piano); Reuben R. Rogers (bass); Ali Jackson (drums)

Executive Producer: Edward Arrendell II
Hosted by Wynton Marsalis
Concept and content by Wynton Marsalis and Sandly Feldstein
Produced by Sandy Feldstein and Dave Olive
Direction, Video Editing, & DVD Authoring: Dave Olive

Sidemen

  • Eric Reed – piano
  • Reuben R. Rogers – bass
  • Ali Jackson – drums, tambourine