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Timeline of jazz education


  • Non-academic 1
  • Academic 2
    • US primary & secondary education 2.1
    • International higher education 2.2
    • US higher education 2.3
  • References 3



US primary & secondary education

International higher education

US higher education


General references

  1. Jazz education in The New Grove Dictionary of Jazz. Ed. by Barry Kernfeld. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2001, 396-7.
  2. Jazz Studies in American Schools and Colleges: a Brief History by Daniel Murphy—Jazz Educators Journal, Vol 26, 1994, pp 34–8
  3. Cahn, Peter. Das Hoch'sche Konservatorium in Frankfurt am Main (1878-1978), Frankfurt am Main: Kramer, 1979
  4. Jazz Education in Britain,

Inline citations

  1. ^ Obituary: V. Cyrus Barcus, Park Cities People, pg 9, February 22, 1990
  2. ^ SMU, Mustang Band History
  3. ^ SMU Band Living up to Standard, Dallas Morning News, November 6, 1975, Sect. B, pg 17
  4. ^ Morgenstern, Dan (1969). "1968: The Year that Was". DownBeat Music Yearbook: 11. 
  5. ^ Obituary, The New York Times, Mar. 11, 1965
  6. ^ Swing in Schooltime Pays: Klever Kids Kill Kats With Kapable Kombo, Down Beat, July 1, 1946
  7. ^ Leonard Feather & Ira Gitler, The Encyclopedia of Jazz in the Seventies ("Raymond H. Brown") (1976)
  8. ^ Portsmouth Herald (Portsmouth, New Hampshire), col. 1, pg. 8, Aug. 8, 1964
  9. ^ [1]
  10. ^ Carey, Joseph (1986). Big Noise from Notre Dame. Notre Dame, Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press. p. 11.  
  11. ^ Connie Hershorn, The 1 O'Clock Lab Band Meets Granny, Grammy, The Dallas Morning News, January 10, 1978
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