[Dixielandjazz] Re: Wonder what is wrong with music in schools
tramette89 at sbcglobal.net
Fri Oct 21 14:03:28 PDT 2005
Actually, during my freshman year of high school, when we were studying the 1920s, I had a Social Studies teacher ask me that same thing.
"You know stuff about music, go up and, in about a minute, explain to the class what the difference between jazz and blues is."
Needless to say, I was pretty dumbstruck. (Needless to say, that man was also one of the worst teachers I've ever had.
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I just lifted this post off another list for musicians:
I spared you guys my reply :))
Some of you that are retired need to give it up and go back and teach
them that is teaching your grandkids.
Tom I Dunno Squat cause I'm a drummer and not a real musician,
Thank Goodness I could have turned out to be a music teacher like this
one :)) And to think they give these folks Degrees and credentials to
The Post I swear:
What's The Difference between Blues and Jazz?
I'm a teacher who is going through a chapter on music. We're moving
into music styles, like jazz and blues. what's the difference between
these 2 genres? They sound so similar to me. I would appreciate any
responses asap. Thanks.
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