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The Harmony of Bill Evans

The Harmony of Bill Evans

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The Harmony of Bill Evans

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May 1, 1994
ISBN:
9781476862477
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(Keyboard Instruction). Bill Evans, the pianist, is a towering figure acknowledged by the jazz world, fans, musicians and critics. However Bill Evans, the composer, has yet to take his place alongside the great masters of composition. Therein lies the sole purpose of this book. A compilation of articles now revised and expanded that originally appeared in the quarterly newsletter Letter from Evans , this unique folio features extensive analysis of Evans' work. Pieces examined include: B Minor Waltz * Funny Man * How Deep Is the Ocean * I Fall in Love Too Easily * I Should Care * Peri's Scope * Time Remembered * and Twelve Tone Tune.
Herausgeber:
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May 1, 1994
ISBN:
9781476862477
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  • (5/5)
    Excelente mucha Armonia para estudiar a este maestro. Lo recomiendo
  • (5/5)
    "We play the melody but we love the harmony" Duke Ellington There is so much to learn from this especially well written book with approaches to transpose the compositional works of Evans based on Evan's harmonic approach as the essence of all his compositions and interpretation of others'.
    Improv melody and performance comes second (in Evan's approach) to that of the harmonic essence that defines composition -- written or impromtu. The Duke appears to agree. The proof is in the listening of Bill Evan's recordings.
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    I stopped reading when the first sentence was 'composing is the highest calling for a musician, improvisation and performance always come second'. I disagree. Improvising is a form of spontaneous composition. What a stupid comment to make. Very presumptuous statement which is not backed up by any real proof. I hate it when musical theory books start with sweeping assumptions like that. I couldn't read any more.

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