I'm not sure if we ripped off any particular arrangement, or not.... Morizzle Platinum Member Registered: JeffLearman ]. It transitions into Db from C , and has a four chord kaleidoscopic ending that spirals off of the final melody note. Dave Ferris ]. Thanks for the lesson, Dave! I've had problems in the past with people not being able to.
DaveMcM ]. I have that book and the other 4 volumes too. For solo arrangements of this tune, Oscar Peterson's is also very nice, and has been published in one of his transcription books.
You are not logged in. Rhode Island. I write something almost everyday that I wouldn't mind sharing.
At least ones that hold their own just fine as written. BluMunk Gold Member Registered: I did this back many moons ago in the early days of the Reharm thread. Originally Posted By: I've got that sheet music and learned it early in my life as a musician. It's not a reharm in the traditional sense all the way through , although it is at the top of the last 8 , but more about the voicings.
Switch to Threaded Mode. And then we just sat there and stared at the music for a while, since it was so stunning. And when I saw the look on her face and the way her breathing changed when I hit those chords, I said a silent "thank you" to that instructor. I used that rearm on the last A section.
It's even pretty accessible, as Oscar's stuff goes.
I did that early on with quite a few examples. Al Quinn Platinum Member Registered: Dave Ferris. This thread inspires me to dig out that book and starting fresh on it.