Document Type

Thesis

Degree

Master of Music (MM)

Department

Music

First Advisor's Name

Gary Campbell

First Advisor's Committee Title

Committee Chair

Second Advisor's Name

Karen Fuller

Third Advisor's Name

Michael Orta

Date of Defense

3-22-2010

Abstract

This thesis discusses the use of the bass as a melodic instrument in jazz. It focuses on seven compositions performed for a Master's recital on March 22, 2010. For each selection, I provide a brief biography of the composer, information about the song and insight on performance practice. I examine the advanced techniques pioneered by innovative bassists and explore ways in which they can be used to further exploit the melodic potential of the bass in a jazz context. A compact disc recording of the recital is included.

Identifier

FI14051135

Comments

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