Posts Tagged ‘Partitions’

Barry Galbraith (Shiny Stockings)

In Partitions on July 3, 2016 at 5:40 pm

Just abg3n extract of this excellent play-along set (Aebersold #3, Guitar Comping ) from the great Jazz and studio artist. Contains jazz voicings and rhythms for a range of standards and blues. Bass parts shown in treble clef. Barry on guitar, Milt Hinton on bass. Excellent time feel. Fun for all instrumentalists to improvise with. Well-known standards based on the chord changes presented here include Shiny Stockings, Gone With The Wind, Out Of Nowhere, You Stepped Out Of A Dream, I Got Rhythm, Nardus, Tangerine, Body and Soul, and Like
Someone In Love.

You can still buy it at JazzBook.com , and probably elsewhere.

and because it’s always a pleasure to see Count Basie’ face, the original Shiny Stockings here under.

So What (Ronny Jordan solo)

In Jazz, Partitions, So What on June 29, 2016 at 9:58 am

sowhat

The complete music sheet available here:

So What Solo Complet (Ronny Jordan),

and more in the Library.

Francis Bebey & the Magic Box

In Classic, Partitions on June 13, 2016 at 10:19 am

Calling for help! Can anyone help me to get the score sheet? the partition? I only found a limited tab paper… Thanks in advance.

(the tab is at the bottom)

“The Magic Box” refers to an argument in Francis Bebey’s childhood village
in Cameroon. Someone had brought a box to the village . Inside this box was
a phonograph. None there had ever seen or heard of such a thing until this
moment so it came as a surprise when it began to play music. They believed
there was a little man somewhere in the box, but no one could see him. The
elders had an ongoing discussion as to the nature of this little man and his
magic box. “The Magic Box” pays hommage to this. (It was finally settled that
the tiny musician must live on the record itself because the music wouldn’t
play without it.)


The tab is here :

Magic Box – Francis Bebey tab

Nica’s Dream score sheet (jdl) & scales

In Partitions on November 24, 2014 at 4:47 pm

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Hello, here under a simple score sheet for Nica’s Dream, from Horace Silver and a midi file.

arrangement: Jacques de Lignières

Nica's Dream (jdl)
and a background made with i RealPro (midi file): Nica’s Dream (180 Bpm) AABA x 5.

Pretty sure, that you can find better one. 🙂

Now, the scales which you could use

Nica's dream scales

partition et gammes  Nica’s dream 

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Misty comping study

In Partitions on August 18, 2014 at 10:55 am

a superb comping study on Misty.

from Guitar.be: http://www.jazzguitar.be/blog/misty-jazz-guitar-chords-comping-study/

enjoy

iRealb chords scores (others)

In Chords, Partitions on December 9, 2013 at 5:51 pm

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The Box

iRealb chords scores for our favorites tunes

In Chords, Partitions on December 9, 2013 at 5:40 pm

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The Box

Jean Pierre (Miles Davis) partition

In Jean Pierre, Partitions on June 29, 2012 at 5:23 pm

Trouvé sur internet, un grand merci au transcripteur.

jean pierre chords, scales, patterns, tablature, partition

Foi a Saudade

In Brasil, Foi a Saudade, Partitions on February 4, 2010 at 4:51 pm

Foi a Saudade (p1)

Foi a Saudade (p2)

Foi a Saudade (Sonora Paramarera)

Foi a Saudade (Charlie Byrd)

 

The samba “Foi a Saudade” (Djalma Ferreira/Iza Ferreira) is not from
the 1970s. The first recording — by Paulo Ricardo – was made in Brazil in 1963. The second was by Miltinho in the album ‘Canção do Nosso Amor’ (1964).

Djalma Ferreira moved to Las Vegas and hooked up with Leonard Feather, who wrote English lyrics for a number of his compositions. Thus “Foi a Saudade” became “You Can’t Go Home Again.”

In 1964, Laurindo de Almeida recorded it not only in ‘Collaboration’
with the MJQ but also with Joanie Sommers in ‘Softly, The Brazilian
Sound.’ Charlie Byrd recorded it with a band in ‘Brazilian
Byrd’ (1965).

Chitlins Con Carne partitions

In Chitlins Con Carne, Partitions on February 4, 2010 at 9:30 am

Chitlins Con Carne Partition

Chitlins Con Carne Solo Kenny Burrell