Jazz interpolation and improvisation are a lot like marketing legal services…


About 2-years ago, when I finished graduate school, I published two of my papers on SSRN, The Social Science Research network. I was notified last week that “Jazz Interpolation and Improvisation: George and Ira Gershwin’s Fascinating Rhythm as Recorded by Ella Fitzgerald and Dianne Reeves” was listed on the SSRN Top Ten Download list for Music.

It’s now been downloaded 49 times!

Gee, I’m either getting famous or just picked a great topic for kids to plagiarize.

Classic Jazz, Modern Jazz, Beebop, Swing, R&B, Pop, Classical all of these words lend apt description to the sounds emulating from my office on any given day.

Merriam-Webster Online Dictionary defines jazz as:

American music developed especially from ragtime and blues and characterized by propulsive syncopated rhythms, polyphonic ensemble playing, varying degrees of improvisation, and often deliberate distortions of pitch and timbre.

I equate the way I do business a lot like this…

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