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Other than jazz performance opportunities, what jazz-focused classes does Columbia offer undergraduates?

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Other than jazz performance opportunities, what jazz-focused classes does Columbia offer undergraduates?

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Undergraduate students may enroll in the Special Concentration in Jazz Studies, an interdisciplinary liberal arts course open to music majors as well as those majoring in other fields. This concentration guides students in developing a firm grounding in the traditions and aesthetic motives of jazz music, viewed through multiple perspectives, including historical musicology, ethnomusicology, literary theory, cultural studies, and the social sciences. This concentration includes jazz-oriented courses in history, composition and arranging, transcription and analysis, improvisation, and historiography. Any student in any major or concentration may take any of these courses.

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