A study of the rich ethnic background and evolution of jazz music and its many styles. African, African-American, and European cultures will be examined in terms of the role each has played, and continues to play, in defining and influencing American culture through jazz. Important performers, composers, musicians, educators, and writers of jazz will be identified with respect to their contributions to the art form. Critical listening activities supplement the course content.
Class # 54870
Instructor: Clarence Smith
Session: Meets 2nd 8 weeks
Global Diversity course taught via the Internet. Add'l fees apply. Check your schedule for course start and end dates. Attend class at https://mcckc.blackboard.com Books available at the BTC bookstore or online at http://mcckc.betterknow.com/log-in Course may require exams to be taken at approved testing center or with an approved proctor. For information about online classes visit http://online.mcckc.edu
No additional fees for this course.
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The purpose of this schedule is to provide information. It does not constitute a contract. Classes may be added, combined or cancelled and instructors may be changed at the discretion of Metropolitan Community College.