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I Loves You, Porgy [Jazz version] (arr. Brent Edstrom)

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By George Gershwin

Piano - Interactive Download
By George Gershwin and Ira Gershwin. This edition: Interactive Download. Jazz, Standards. 4 pages. Published by Hal Leonard - Digital Sheet Music (HX.268502).

Item Number: HX.268502

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • July 31, 2018 Porgy

    This is a nice solo arrangement, suitable for anyone with intermediate skills (or less). Nothing technically difficult - a couple short 16th note runs and a single 32nd note triplet. There’s single 9th (F-C-G) chord in the left hand, but nothing else requiring huge hands. Porgy opens with...

    a five bar intro; then the basic A section; moves right to the B section; restatement of the A section with some different voicings from the first; a slightly improvised B section; a nice key change to Bb for the final A section; and finishing with a 12 bar coda taken directly from the beginning of Peace Piece “as played by Bill Evans.” What makes this a nice solo piece is that it doesn’t just duplicate the arrangement when repeating the A and B sections, and everything segues nicely to the Bill Evans coda. This is a fairly straightforward arrangement. If you’re unfamiliar with the tune, check out versions by Billie Holiday or Sun Ra for similar straight readings.

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