Jazz Is On Its Way

From Plank Road Publishing

by Teresa Jennings/arr. Paul Jennings

There's a fanciful notion that during the great "jazz migration" of the early 1900s, most of the jazz musicians traveled north on the Mississippi River via riverboat. The song "Jazz Is On Its Way" refers abstractly to the jazz migration. But it's more about the movement of the music itself into other parts of the country. The tune is written in a lively two-beat Dixieland style. Kit includes a bonus solo version. (from Music K-8, Vol. 21, No. 3)

(Run time: 2:33)

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