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Piano Transcriptions and Performance Notes

By Bill Evans

Piano - Difficulty: medium-difficult
Piano Transcriptions and Performance Notes. By Bill Evans. Edited by Pascal Wetzel. Hal Leonard Artist Transcriptions. Jazz. Collection. With introductory text, performance notes, standard notation and chord names (does not include words to the songs). 79 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.672537).

Item Number: HL.672537

ISBN 9780634087745. 9x12 inches. Pascal Wetzel Artist Transcriptions.

A must for Evans fans, this book presents note-for-note piano transcriptions and performance notes for six songs played on February 21, 1966 at Town Hall, Bill's New York concert debut. As his father had passed away shortly before, Bill played a requiem to him, which was repeated for TV in 1968 in memory of Bobby Kennedy. Nine songs in all, including Epilogue, One for Helen, Who Can I Turn To and more, as well as a foreword from project editor Jeff Sultanof.

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Artist Transcriptions are authentic, note-for-note transcriptions of the hottest wind, electronic, guitar and keyboard artists. These outstanding, accurate arrangements are in an easy-to-read format which includes all essential lines. Artist Transcriptions can be used to perform, sequence or reference.

  • Who Can I Turn To (When Nobody Needs Me)  From The Roar of the Greasepaint- The Smell of the Crowd
  • One For Helen 
  • Orbit  From A Simple Matter of Conviction
  • Only Child  From A Simple Matter of Conviction
  • Funny Man  From Further Conversations with Myself
  • Epilogue  From Everybody Digs Bill Evans
  • In Memory of His Father  1. Prologue 2. Improvisation on Two Themes (Story Line; Turn Out the Stars) 3. Epilogue

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  • 5

    parrish rhodes
    asheville, north carolina
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  • November 03, 2007 Bill and me

    Probably my favourite collection of all times. Almost every number makes me smile with delight - Pascal Wetzel's transcriptions are luscious - wish I could find more from him. I leave the piano with a grin on my face and goosebumps on my arm. I only play Brubeck, McPartland and Evans...

    now after about 50 years of classical playing. Didn't do a lot of grinning with Mozart or Beethoven...

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