090-On Line Jazz Bass Lessons
Cliff Engel instructor. Free

8 notes
Fabulous saxophone links (rated).

A Visual Remembrance
African Slave Markers in Colonial Newport (Keith W. Stokes & Theresa Guzman Stokes)

African American Registry
New England Anti-Slavery Society founded.

Annual HopeCollege/Kenyon Jazz Research Symposium
Archived since 1997. Searchable database. - Jazz Artists
Hip list of jazz pianists and bios.

At Last, a Jazz Museum of Harlem
Jazz Times. Nat Hentoff

Berklee - Jazz on Wheels
"Jazz On Wheels" Brings the Love of Jazz to Boston Area Libraries

Berklee High School Festival
Festival history.

Berklee Shares
Free on line lessons from Berklee. All instruments

Billy Taylor's Jazz at the Lincoln Center
Guest Jeff Holmes. Audio of interview.

Black Bangor
African Americans in a Maine Community, 1880-1950 by Maureen Lee

Black History Links
African American New England History. Excellent links.

Bob Keller's Jazz Page
Organized Table of Contents with many links.

Boston African American National Historic Site
Slavery in Boston

Brown University Collection
African American Sheet Music 1850-1920

Center for New England Culture.
New England Identities. Black New England Conference.

Chicago Jazz Archive | Researching the Jazz Diaspora
Amazing. Dissertations after 1995 may be available for download

Chronicling Black Lives in Colonial New England
Archive from the October 29, 1997 edition

Collections: New Hampshire Library of Traditional Jazz
Details collections and history of the society.

Composition and Arranging Pete Thomas
Excellent tips on development, voicings, film composing. Theory lessons include modes, cycles, minor harmony, altered chords, etc.

Conversations in Jazz
Brown Bag Concerts: Jazz Education for Kids.

Dave Holland Masterclass

DJango Lessons
Great inights into Reinhardt's Gypsy playing style.

Don Fagerquist Obituary.
Very brief but good info.

Don Fagerquist: Biography, Selected Discography, Transcriptions
About a dozen trumpet solo transcriptions! Audio clips.

Early Jazz Musician Links
Jazz roots, pictures and alphabetical listing of early artists.

Federal Resources for Educational Excellence
Jazz Appreciation Month featured.

Forum for Saxes
discussing everything sax-related

Free Jazz Piano Lessons
Scot Ranney instructor.

Free Workshops Offer Youths a Lesson in Jazz
NPR's Weekend Edition. Audio - DiversityNews
First Conference About the Black Experience In Northern New England

Harvard University Jazz - Official Website
Complete history, photos, and resources.

Harvard University
Eubie Blake Papers

IAJE article about Lenox School of Jazz
Lenox School of Jazz and David Baker by Darius Brubeck

IAJE Conference History
Not listed are the past conference locations.

IAJE Summer Education Guide
Listed by State.

Infoplease. Jazz Entry
From origins to recent trends.

Institute of Jazz Studies - History
The largest and most comprehensive library and archive of jazz.

Institute of Jazz Studies
Rutgers University Library

International Society for Jazz Research
With the Institute for Jazz Researchthe Institute for Jazz Research. Media collection. Source searching. Working with the Institute for Jazz Research since 1969.

Introduction to Berklee
Berklee brief history and mission.

Jazz At Amherst
History of Jazz at Amherst College

Jazz by Mail
Traditional jazz since 1953. Mail order.

Jazz Class on Line
Michael Furstner instructor. All instruments

Jazz Education at Lincoln Center
Artistic Director Wynton Marsalis on the Jazz for Young People Curriculum

Jazz Education
History of jazz education by decade.

Jazz Education
Masters Program in Jazz History and Research

Jazz Guitar
Free lessons. Good resource.

Jazz Improv Magazine
Free downloads.

Jazz Institute of Chicago
Other fine links available here.

Feature archieved interviews.

Jazz o Matic
Free Audio Sax Lessons

Jazz Research Library
University of Hartford

Jazz Research Proceedings
Jazz Education Journal Article

Jazz Resource Library - Jazz Education
New England Conservatory information.

Jazz Roots: Spirituals and Harry Burleigh
African American Roots Music

Just Jazz Guitar
Vision Music. Interactive online lessons, articles.

Lawrence Berk - Berklee College
Interview and article about Berklee and his music school

Lenox School of Jazz
Wonderfully detailed history. Article by Michael Fitzgerald

Lesson Central
Free Guitar and Bass instruction. Jam Tracks. Coach's corner.

Let Us Remember. Local Jazz History
Past Contributors to the Boston Scene by Brent Banulis. NEJA web site.

Library Thing
Jazz History and Criticism

MIT Festival Jazz Ensemble
1963 by Herb Pomeroy

Museum of African American History. Boston and Nantucket
The Museum of African American History is dedicated to preserving, conserving and accurately interpreting the contributions of African Americans in New England from the colonial period through the 19th century.

Museum of Afro-American History - Exhibits
Soul Cinema: Black Films and Black Stars (1919-1963)

New Hampshire Library Of Traditional Jazz
Great resource.

New York Public Library
Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. Many interviews free downloads.

North East Jazz Scene
A growing community of jazz musicians and devotees trying to raise awareness of jazz in the area.

O.J.'s Trumpet Page
Trumpet Exercises. Comprehensive. Good resource.

Office for the Arts at Harvard and Radcliffe
History of Jazz programs at Harvard and Radcliffe

Online Trombone Journal
All Things Trombone.

Palo Alto College
Nice resource. Many links.

PBS WGBH TV: Music and Dance
Culture Shock. Early Jazz 1900-1930

Pharo Sanders recorded at the Jazz Workshop, Boston
Pat Metheny at the Jazz Workshop

Play Jazz Now
Downloadable Play a Long Tracks

Programs, Publications & Print Music - Education
Jazz at Lincoln Center

RainerJazz - The Jazz Archive Site
Fun photos and record labels, etc.

Recent Acquisitions in African-American History
New England Loyal Publication Society

Regional History
How to locate reproductions of ads from negro newspapers relating to jazz in New England

Research Presentations at IAJE Conference
Past and Present

Resource Library
Also, a list of top graduate schools for jazz.

Rhode Island Jazz Recordings. RI Historical Society
Music Recordings [1974-1991] The collection of sound recordings compiled by Gigi Burger document the Rhode Island Jazz scene from 1974 - 1991. Ms. Burger spent more than two decades visiting concert halls, community halls and drinking establishments, recording performances by Rhode Island jazz artists Jean McKenna, David McKenna, Bill Weston, Duke

Rhode Island
Listing of RI Jazz Bands

Rutgers University - Institute of Jazz Studies - Graduate Program in Jazz History and Research (Newark) - Mason Gross School of the Arts: Music Department (New Brunswick) Department of Fine Arts: Music Program (Camden) - University of North Texas
Music Library Jazz Research. Links by era. Huge amount of information and links by category.

Rutgers University
Jazz Library

Sax shed
Great jazz ideas for all instruments

Schillinger House/Berklee Connection
Berklee Today Article. Lawrence Berk's notebooks.

America's Jazz Heritage. Ten year research initiative.

Oral History Project. Since 1972.

USA Jazz Society Directory by States.

Solo Jazz Piano: The Linear Approah by Neil Olmstead
Techniques pioneered by Lennie Tristano and Dave McKenna. Analysis.

The Art of Jazz Research
Lewis Porter interview by Fabio Rojas

The Choices Program
A Forgotten History: The Slave Trade and Slavery in New England (Choices Program, Brown University)

The Focus is on Emotion
Berklee press. Article about Phil Wilson.

The Lenox School of Jazz - Michael Fitzgerald
IAJE article

The Red Black Book
CD information of The Art of Scott Joplin. Joplin: The Red Back Book / Schuller, Grierson, New England Ragtime Conservatory, Southland Stingers. At

The Role of the Trombone in Jazz
Site describing the styles and history of Kid Ory, Tommy Dorsey, JJ Johnson, Curtis Fuller, Bill Watrous, and Steve Turre. Some New England artists.

The TV Series and Beyond: "The Devils's Music: 1920s Jazz"
Culture Shock review

Those Who Can Play Teach
Profile of Bob Sinacrope by John Goldsby. Reprinted from Bass Player Magazine

UC Davis. News and Information
History topics including African American music history.

University of Chicago Library
Bibliography by country and/or continent. Very helpful.

University of Kansas. Interdisciplinary Jazz Studies.
We are eleven KU faculty members, from 6 departments--African and African American Studies, American Studies, English, Center for Indigenous Nations Studies, Music and Dance, and Theater and Film--whose research, writing, and teaching interests intersect in the relatively new interdisciplinary field known as Jazz Studies

University of Vermont Clark Terry visit and performance.
Music Students Swing with Jazz Legends

Vermont Jazz Band Camp for Grownups
Over 24 years.

Vermont Jazz Center
2002 Summer Workshop

Vermont Jazz Center
Brief history

WGBH Forum Network
African American Series on slavery and abolition in New England.

Williams College
Paul Whiteman Collection

WPI Hosts IAJE High School Jazz Festival
Festival Details: Four Freshmen, Count Basie and Joyce DeCamillo Trio

Yale University
Benny Goodman Papers