KFM Music

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Notes on intervals and how to construct scales and chords using intervals.
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Suitable for grades 6-12, it contains major scales, major seventh, dominant seventh, minor seventh, half-diminished, and fully-diminished seventh chords on all roots. Use this with your jazz band to teach about how to construct chords, and as a
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I created this scale sheet to supplement the Essential Elements for Jazz Band method. Use it to assess your students on scales, and as a reference sheet when learning chord charts. It contains major, Mixolydian, and Dorian scales (and tonic
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I teach grades 6, 7, and 8 band; grades 7/8 jazz; and, high school marching band. I am starting my fourth year teaching!

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MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Bachelor of Music in Education, Western Michigan University

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Jason Taurins is a music educator, composer, and clinician based in Rio Rico, AZ. He has lived in Arizona since August 2015, after completing college in Michigan. He holds a Bachelor of Music in Education degree from Western Michigan University, where he also studied composition. His interests include writing for wind bands, arranging for marching band, and writing marching band drill, as well as writing chamber music. He has been commissioned and performed by ensembles from around the United States, Europe, and Taiwan. He was a winner of the 2017 Fifteen Minutes of Fame competition. As a performer, he has been invited to perform with the World Youth Wind Orchestra Project in Schladming, Austria. Jason’s music has been recorded by Dr. Angela Collier-Reynolds (flute) and Patrick Reynolds (trombone); and Olivia Jageurs (harp) and Ray Hearne (tuba). Upcoming recordings will be completed by Dr. David Bohn (clavichord); Nimrod Ron (tuba and string quartet); NMSU Professor of Tuba Dr. James Shearer; and flutist Robin Meiksins. As an avid musical miniaturist, he also created the Minute of Music Project to support new music for trumpet, and to promote composers. He has also written for the project.

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