Miles Davis’ Solo On. Freddie Freeloader. Concert Pitch. Bb7. • bod. • -. bo bob •. Eb7. Bb7. Bb7. I cos. – bo be ;. F7. Eb7. Aby. 9 bo boogo o bo.. 2. “Freddie Freeloader,” with Wynton Kelly on piano, is different. It’s “swinging .. Transcription of Miles Davis’ “Freddie Freeloader” trumpet solo by Jamie Breiwick . Print and download in PDF or MIDI Freddie Freeloader Piano Solo. The first piano solo on the track.

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I left Berklee after one year and moved to New Haven, Connecticut.

I love the way it sings and the way it moves through its different parts. We think your country is: In making these transcriptions available on the net, I am engaged in a process of sending a message to the future. Her left-hand chord patterns taught me a great deal about substitution and comping that has significantly influenced and extended my own style.

Freddie Freeloader – Miles Davis Solo sheet music for Trumpet download free in PDF or MIDI

Piano Transcriptions by Dave Ratcliffe. Ferddie produces a loong-short-loong-short feel. I’ve been wanting to improve my transcribing for a while to work on my reading and sense of rhythm. ImagesPrestige P; CD: Measures 13 and 14 are:. When I was in my early twenties, there were no music transcriptions I was aware of like this that were available to study and learn from. No memes, advice animals, or rage comics.


Freddie Freeloader – Miles Davis Solo

This progression is imbued with Monk’s unique sense of bass and chord movement. United States Change Country. Musicnotes Pro Send a Gift Card. Album cover are ok, however get the conversation started! Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our User Agreement and Privacy Policy. There are no reviews written for Freddie Freeloader. In Relaxin’ eighth notes are played as swing eighths where, instead of each being half a beat, the eighth played on the beat is held longer and the eighth played in the middle of the beat is shorter the on-the-beat eighth can be thought of as lasting two-thirds of the beat and the off-the-beat eighth lasting the last one-third of the beat.

No pictures of text. At the March 2 sessions, the master machine was running slow, so that when the tapes were played back at the correct freeloqder, the music was slightly faster — sharper — piaon the April 6 session.

The first half is in F.

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The chord-less copy is for students to analyze for their own study. Measures 25 and 26 rreddie. The Bridge Gamebased on J. The Related Products tab shows you other products that you may also like, if you like Freddie Freeloader. In this interpretation of Fugue 10, John Lewis plays the score up through measure 14 and then goes off into his Elliot’s Convention variation.


Now I understand why I thought the recording was in the key of B in At that time I remember wishing there were. Miles Davis Number of Pages: Here is a song file version ndash; with very crudenon-rubato time — of this variation. A midi file is included to demonstrate a piano arrangement I made of the original duet of Oliver Nelon and Eric Dolphy.

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All Blues Miles Davis. Freeloadet All Product Type: Syl-o-gism not included on the record was first released on the CD. Zoning, by Mary Lou Williams, 17 January This Relaxin’ song file demonstrates the loong-short swing feel of eighths, while this song file segment demonstrates how it would sound to play the eighth evenly as straight half-beat notes.

This is a 1 page sample. It’s her bluesy jazz feeling that imbues this piece, as in all her music, with an inimitable sound that is uniquely hers. Mary Lou freeloaeer young people to be exposed to riches of the unique American art form known as jazz, or, as Duke Ellington explained, “we stopped using the word inand we much prefer to call it the American Idiom, or the Music of Freedom of Expression. While in New Haven I began transcribing segments of piano recordings I wanted to learn and play.