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  1. Research Process – Taking Notes

  2. Taking notes from sources: 1. Always have your thesis statement and preliminary outline next to you. 2. Use marked envelopes to store your note cards or type them into a template and save them to print later. 3. Write only one quotation on each card.

  3. FOLLOW THIS FORMAT FOR EACH NOTE CARD: AUTHOR PAGE # OUTLINE # “WRITE YOUR QUOTATION HERE”

  4. Thesis: As an art form, Jazz has developed not only because of improvisation, but also because of the new language that formed from the communication between the musician and the listener. • Introduction • Improvisation in Jazz • Language of Jazz • Development of Jazz as a music • Conclusion

  5. King 10 I. “Jazz is a language through which musicians communicate ideas, emotions, and images to each other and to listeners.”

  6. King 10 III. “the way a jazz musician learns the language of the music very much resembles how an infant learns to speak.”

  7. King 11 III. “The basic language and its vocabulary are only the starting point for an improviser’s imagination. Homer and Shakespeare and Dostoyevsky weren’t limited by their languages. They took hold of the language they had been taught and created something unique and personal. Jazz musicians do the same, and the possibilities of expression remain endless.”

  8. King 11 III. “The notes and rhythms they played to each other and to the audience all spring from and have reference to the subject of the underlying song.”

  9. King 12 II. “And the way a typical jazz performance unfolds is a lot like the way a conversation progresses.”