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Ellen Rowe

Ellen Rowe

The art of the quartet

From the January, 2012 issue

Jazz is now ubiquitous in universities, but it has not always been. For the first half of its history, jazz and academia were divided by race, lifestyle, and conceptual frameworks. The acceptance of improvised music in music schools has not always been an easy process, necessitating accommodation on all sides. Some musicians have been inspired by teaching and

 
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