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Jazz for Young People: What is New Orleans Music?

Details

Collection:LPB

Genre: Performance

Place Covered: New Orleans, Orleans Parish, Louisiana

Copyright Holder: Louisiana Educational Television Authority, Jazz at Lincoln Center

Date Issued: 2006-07-23

Duration: 00:55:59

Subjects: Marsalis, Wynton, 1961- | JAZZ | Music | Education | Jazz at Lincoln Center (Organization)

Contributors:

  • Marsalis, Wynton Host
  • Laudun, Tika Producer
  • Ward, Randy Producer
  • Williams, Ben Producer
  • Marsalis, Wynton Performer
  • Mayfield, Irvin Performer
  • Gardner, Vincent Performer
  • Goines, Victor Performer
  • Jackson, Ali Performer
  • Nimmer, Dan Performer
  • Henriquez, Carlos Performer
  • Gordon, Ricky Performer

Description

This program from July 23, 2006, features Wynton Marsalis, the artistic director of Jazz at Lincoln Center, leading a Jazz for Young People concert on New Orleans jazz at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans. Marsalis teaches the students about the elements of New Orleans-style jazz, including: collective improvisation; the roles of the drums, bass, trumpet, clarinet, trombone, and piano in a song; call-and-response; the groove; and the breaks. Marsalis and his band illustrate these lessons through performances of “The Second Line,” “They All Ask’d For You,” “My Bucket’s Got a Hole in It,” and “St. Louis Blues.” The band includes: Wynton Marsalis, trumpet; Irvin Mayfield, trumpet; Vincent Gardner, trombone; Victor Goines, clarinet; Ali Jackson, drums; Dan Nimmer, piano; Carlos Henriquez, bass; and Ricky Gordon, percussion.