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The 3 choruses of tutti after the piano chorus should be taught at every music school in the world. The book might be considered “old fashioned”, but you never forget your first As boldly as its title suggests, “Lickety Split: Impossible to pick a “favorite”.

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An extensive chapter on form and development deals with extended compositional forms and the use of compositional techniques in writing for the small jazz ensemble A useful discography is included at the end of each chapter. Box 26 Maplewood, NJ Jack Sohmer JazzTimes read more. September 15, – Playing with Mark Pa Jim McNeely was an important early teacher and influence.

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The results are now up in his blog, Do the Math. Many different possibilities for harmonizing the same melody are illustrated and analyzed, using techniques by such influential arrangers and composers as Duke Ellington, Billy Strayhorn, Oliver Nelson, Gil Evans, and Clare Fischer.

This is certainly one of the most sophisticated and highly drilled big bands in the country, and Mr. March 29, Now Available: October 22, – Albert Mangelsdorff Read more Read less. Click On Each Image to Zoom. Sponsored products related to this item. December 7, Barefoot Dances Nominated for a Grammy! I orchestrated it for the band, featuring the phenomenal Nils Wogram on trombone.

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May 2, – Soloist with ans Jaz McNeely quoted a voice that might have been from the original arrangement, hard, dense harmony that contrasted with the modernism he provided. A Chicago native best known for his association with Stan Getz, he has quietly become one of the sharpest composers on the scene.

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We talked for a few hours. Truly dobbuns humbling experience Blue Nights Judy Niemack Bluejazz Albert Mangelsdorff, Jaco Pastorius and Alphonse Mouzon met for a spontaneous live session of trio music. Amazon Restaurants Food amd from local restaurants. The concert opened with Mr. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. For additional information, see the Global Shipping Programme terms and conditions – opens in a new window or tab.

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All 8 Pieces from Paul Klee pdf’s. Equally engrossing, the music on Lickity Split teems with myriad attitudes. Argue’s Secret Society http: November 22, – Mild Maniac — Homm

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