Student or Learner
Today's aspiring player has a choice of school programs, method and theory books, videos and transcriptions. ''I can recall back in the early '60s, when it was sort of taboo for jazz to be presented in the classroom,'' said Greg Carroll, the jazz education association's director of education. ''Now it's unusual if a music program does not have a jazz program embedded within it.'' This profusion of information may be a mixed blessing. ''You can learn every Coltrane solo there is without ever listening to a record,'' the saxophonist Bill Pierce said recently in his office at the Berklee College of Music, where he is the chairman of the woodwind department.
(Jazz Is Alive and Well. In the Classroom, Anyway. The NY Times)
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