Jazz and Popular music
Music 035, Introduction to Jazz (crosslists: AFRC077, FOLK075, WSTD 075)
English 080, Literatures of Jazz
The remaining four courses should be selected from the list below:
Music 050 – Intro to World Music and Cultures (crosslists: AFRC050, AFST050, FOLK 022)
Music 070 – Making Sense of Music
Music 135 – Introduction to Musical Life in America
Music 150 – Thinking Globally about Music
Music 235 – Studies in African American Music (Crosslists: AFRC147, FOLK 106)
Music 257 – Caribbean Music and Diaspora (AFRC258, FOLK259, LALS 258)
Music 258 – Music of Latin America, Carribbean and Hispanics in the U.S. (crosslists: FOLK158,
Music 277 – Music and Technology
Communications 123 – Communication and Popular Culture
English 274 – American Musical Theatre
Sociology 137 – Sociology of Media and Popular Cultutre (Crosslist: FOLK 137)
Theatre Arts 285 – Creating, Managing, and Presenting the Arts (Crosslist: MGMT 253)
One course unit of Instrumental performance courses (below) may count toward minor requirements. The course may be counted once toward ONE of the four elective courses:
Music 007 - Popular Music, World Music Ensemble, or Jazz Combo (.50 cu per semester)
Music 010 - Applied Music in Jazz or Popular Music (., 50 cu per semester)
Music 060 - Beginning Tabla (1 c.u .)
Music 061 - Indian Musical Performance (1 c.u.)
MILT HINTON!! born June 23, 1910.
See if this cat won't make you smile! What a soul he was!!
When not swingin the rafters with his bass, he was capturing the life and characters around him in black and white. His photos are unusually intimate and spontaneous portraits of some of the great musicians he played with.
...and one of his wonderful photographs, this one of Red Allen, Ben Webster and Pee Wee Russell
Considered the dean of bass players (his colleagues called him "The Judge"), Hinton performed with almost every luminary of jazz and popular music, from Louis Armstrong, Cab Calloway, Dizzy Gillespie and John Coltrane to Bing Crosby, Frank Sinatra, Barbra Streisand and Paul McCartney
How to Play Chord Symbols in Jazz and Popular Music
Book (Hal Leonard)
- 64 pagesSize: 12 x 9 Artist: Lee EvansISBN: 793578965
Durban Gig Guide - August 1, 2014 — Independent Online
UKZN Howard College, The Centre for Jazz and Popular Music, Level 2, Shepstone, Mazisi Kunene (King George Ave), present jazz vocalist from Pietermaritzburg; Thobeka Langa. 6pm. R40. pensioners, R20 for students R15. Call Thuli at 031 260 3385.
Ant Cawthorn-Blazeby & Nick Pitman — Independent Online
Call 084 446 3581. • UKZN Howard College, The Centre for Jazz and Popular Music, Level 2, Shepstone, Mazisi Kunene (King George Ave), present the Leeds Youth Jazz Rock Orchestra . 6pm. R40, pensioners R20, students R15. Call Thuli at 031 260 3385.
Swing: Pure Pleasure (1935-1937)
TV Series Episode Video on Demand
The Golden Age Of American Popular Music: The Jazz Hits From The Hot 100: 1958-1966
Music (Ace Records UK)
Harmonic Foundation for Jazz and Popular Music
Book (Thornton Publishing)
- Used Book in Good Condition
The Big Broadcast, Volume 7 - Jazz And Popular Music Of The 1920s And 1930s