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Bunch of transcriptions

Discussion in 'Forum Archives' started by Carl Corcoran, Nov 23, 2003.

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  1. Carl Corcoran

    Carl Corcoran Guest Thread Starter

    Not sure how appropriate this might be, but I've recently become a Yellowjackets fanatic. I am absolutely thrown back by the sophisticated rhythms, melodies and harmonies. I just had to transcribe some of their stuff. I wasn't sure if this was already available in a song book or whatever (now I find that some of this indeed WAS), but it sure was fun.

    I will be putting "tortoise and the hare" up in a few days.

    Let me know what you guys think; the transcriptions are available at:

    http://0x68.com/jazz/leadsheets.asp

    let me know if there are any problems too; I've had problems in the past of people not being able to view the pdfs.

    Here's a list of the yellowjackets transcriptions:

    Invisible People
    Motet
    Evening News
    Seven Stars Piano Intro - with voicings
    Seven Stars Lead Sheet
    Seven Stars (Russel Ferrante's Piano Solo)
    Love and Paris Rain
    Ancestors
    Song for Carla
    Even Song

    And Russell F. - if you're reading this, congratulations on writing some absolutely amazing music and challenging my ear to the very maximum. I am still not grasping fusion harmony very well, so if I screwed up sorry!

    Thank you all!
    Carl
     
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