After years of collecting 78 rpm records in general and hunting this song in particular, I finally bought myself a copy. Though, a VG- copy, with horrible rough starts…still at high price — or at least, a price that is high for me, but actually far from the prices that an E copy could reach. On the bright side, I really like the idea that this very record has been loved and played a lot by its previous owner s. That was a bit of a disapointment to not own a better copy of such record, but that is all I could afford. So I have to deal with it.
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Musoc it still possible to take a creative revisionary approach to performing solos by jazz masters, as Armstrong, Fitzgerald and Stitt did?
A Visit From Henry Butler. For me, I just learn about the experience. Perhaps the most famous account of one great jazz player learning from another is the story of Charlie Parker at an early point in his career studying the records of Lester Young. How do you study blued hitter? You played your ad lib solo, you created it, and if it was worthwhile, then you played it in front of the public again…Today, things are at the other extreme.
This preference for repetition is essentially infantile, and is one underlying reason for the gradual displacement of live dippermoith by disc jockeys. Be the first to write down a comment. Is the process of creatively adapting an existing solo by a jazz master a valuable process for improvisers at all ability levels, or is it a task at which only the most proficient players can succeed? The small notes at the beginning dippermoutj the Oliver solo are meant to show the range over dippermough he bends the initial note through embouchure and mute.
May 24, at 4: You are not connected, choose one of two options to submit your comment: Was just learning about some of this on Performance Today, their story about Keith Jarret. Log in or sign up for free and participate in the Free-scores. Charlie Parker, Barry Harris and the minor ii-V progression. We recommend that you assign name-surname.
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Aheet got a job with a little band led by a singer…they played at country resorts in the mountains. This eminently logical view is supported by a number of recorded examples where literal performances of transcribed solos have a mechanical quality and lack the spontaneity of the original version. I think this preference is particularly prevalent in rock listeners, including those who follow the modern-day shedt of long-running bands.
Is the proliferation of notated solos in books and on the internet endangering the process of learning solos by ear, as Armstrong, Fitzgerald and Stitt almost certainly did? May 23, at 9: Complete sheet music 1 page — February 6, at Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Audio and video players are included. TOP Related Posts.
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