In this clip from www.artistshousemusic.org – Bassist and educator J.B. Dyas visits Loyola University, New Orleans, to demonstrate his approach to0020teaching jazz fundamentals to high school and college students. He takes the audience through a first-class introduction to the history and sound of jazz, including the five key elements of the style (syncopation, jazz instrumentation, improvisation, rhythm and form), and then demonstrates with the help of a Loyola sextet how to help students get accustomed to reading, interpreting, memorizing, and soloing on a jazz tune.