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This unit begins an investigation into jazz and its evolution over the past century. The study in this unit commences with the use of spirituals and continues through to the swing era. The content of the unit highlights the musicians who played an important part in the development of the styles investigated. Students will analyse the styles represented and build a reference library of seminal recordings from each era studied.
Research assignment and workshop test:20%
Essay (1500 words): 30%
End of Semester exams: 50% listening 20%, written 30%
TEACHING PATTERN: 1 x 2 hr lecture, weekly
1 x 1 hr workshop, weekly
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