Jazz for Young People brings the language of jazz to you and your students through great literature combined with learning by doing! This second volume features the life and music of LOUIS ARMSTRONG. It includes step-by-step lessons that combine content and audio video recordings of Wynton Marsalis and Jazz at Lincoln Center artists with interactive student learning, including classroom instruments that every music teacher already owns or can easily afford. Perfect for the general music classroom (grades 2 and up), community jazz education courses and beginning jazz ensembles. Directors can adapt for band instruments, providing a hands-on approach to historical content that makes jazz relevant to your students. This easy-to-present resource is designed for a teacher who may or may not be trained in America’s art form bringing jazz to the next generation.
|Publish Date||December 1st, 2017|
|Dimensions||8.5 x 0.1 x 11 inches|
Digital downloads include: Step-by-step lesson slides to project, audio recordings of each song and Wynton Marsalis sharing background information, as well as reproducible activity assessment worksheets. Plus, you will have FREE access to corresponding video clips for each lesson. Suggested for grades 2 and up.
Lesson 1: Maryland, My Maryland
Lesson 2: Joe “King” Oliver & Breaks
Lesson 3: Snake Rag
Lesson 4: Potato Head Blues
Lesson 5: Long Improvised Solo
Lesson 6: Heebie Jeebies
Lesson 7: Scat Singing
Lesson 8: Lazy River
Lesson 9: When the Saints Go Marching In
Lesson 10: Improvisation