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Links 1 through 10 of 368 International Society for Music Education's Bookmarks

This project, initiated in 2011 by the History Standing Committee of the International Society for Music Education, is an attempt to provide music educators and music education researchers with a series of country-specific history of music education profiles that will represent a source of both information, references and additional resources.

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Check out the multimedia of the father of jazz, Louis Armstrong. There are wonderful recordings of him talking, singing and playing!

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Arts Edge is the education resource for the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. Jazz pianist Billy Taylor was a master at explaining jazz to people who are new to the art form in a fun, engaging way. Explore his talks and those by others.

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Master jazz vocalist Bobby McFerrin's website is full of engaging activities and information for teachers and their students. My favorite is Sing and Play with Bobby. You can play with Bobby's layered vocal lines and see how he constructed "Don't Worry Be Happy."

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Included in the Jazz in the Classroom video library are masterclasses with drummer Max Roach, pianist Chick Corea, and others. Find the Blues and Jazz Curriculum for 5th, 8th and 11th grade. Under the International section you can read about touring groups that may be traveling to your country.

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Explore the archives of films available at this website to learn from members of the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra. Lessons include warming up, practice technique on the trumpet, how to solo in a big band, and topics for everyone from babies to seniors!

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This is a terrific website developed by John Hasse and the jazz experts at the Smithsonian Museum. Included is an introduction to jazz history with a timeline. I really love the Jazz Mixer. Select from three jazz standards and play with the sliders to control the instruments in the virtual jazz quintet as you listen to the improvised solos.

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A supplement to the excellent film documentary by Ken Burns. Find artist biographies, film clips and recordings here. For younger students use the Jazz for Kids area on the web site.

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