Jazz In The Classroom

From 1957 to 1980 Jazz in the Classroom was produced as an innovative educational method that combined scores and recordings that demonstrated jazz writing and performance techniques. Additionally, these albums often featured the finest student composers and performers from each of the thirteen school years represented, such as: Toshiko Akiyoshi, Gary Burton, Sadao Watanabe, Kenny Werner, Abe Laboriel, Joe Zawinul, John Scofield, Henry Mancini, Alf Clausen, and many others.