Welcome to episode 9 of the LJS Podcast where today we are talking all about composing music as a jazz musician. Our special guest, saxophonist and composer Josiah Boornazian talks about how he composes music, why all musicians should compose, and several different approaches to composition. Listen in!
Listen to episode 9
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In this episode
Why musicians should be composers.
How to get started.
Composing to practice.
The process of composing.
How composing can help you improve your musicianship.