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  • Author:
    John Coltrane,David Demsey
  • ISBN:
    0793563453
  • ISBN13:
    978-0793563456
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  • Publisher:
    Hal Leonard (December 1, 1996)
  • Pages:
    72 pages
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    Music
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John Coltrane - A Love Supreme: Tenor Saxophone (Artist Transcriptions). Basically, this book contains transcriptions of every chorus for the tune "Giant Steps" that Coltrane recorded at the March 26 and May 5, 1959 recording sessions.

John Coltrane - A Love Supreme: Tenor Saxophone (Artist Transcriptions). All in all, 9 different takes including the original master. The transcriptions are presented in a very readable way: 4 measures to each line throughout, plus some other notation devices.

Transcription by David Olmstead. Transcription by James Mahone. Includes John Coltrane’s solo. Transcription by Saul Ferguson.

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John Coltrane; John Coltrane; David Demsey. Artist Transcriptions. Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation.

This is music sheet for Giant Steps by John Coltrane, written accurately for your own pleasure. Work In Progress! (I'll update the sheet ASAP) All notes are written by hands and listened trough my own ears.

A Love Supreme (Saxophone) (Tenor Saxophone). For tenor saxophone solo. Hal Leonard Artist Transcriptions. The Best of John Coltrane (A Step-by-Step Breakdown of the Sax Styles & Techniques of a Jazz Legend). Difficulty: difficult. Saxophone solo songbook. Standard notation and chord names. Published by Hal Leonard. Signature Licks Saxophone. Softcover with CD. 40 pages.

Giant Steps" is a jazz composition by American saxophonist John Coltrane. It was first recorded in 1959 and released on the 1960 album Giant Steps. The composition features a cyclic chord pattern that has come to be known as Coltrane changes. The composition has become a jazz standard and has been covered by many artists. Giant Steps" was composed and recorded during Coltrane's 1959 sessions for Atlantic Records, his first for the label.

Arranged by David Demsey. Customers Who Bought John Coltrane Plays Giant Steps Also Bought: Best of Sonny Rollins.

(Artist Transcriptions). transcriptions and analysis by David Demsey This historical editon includes complete transcriptions of every recorded solo by jazz master John Coltrane on his legendary composition "Giant Steps" all 96 choruses! It also includes analysis of the tune and solos, historical background and previously unpublished photos from the period, and more, making it a collector's item as well as an important practice and learning tool.

catterpillar
Basically, this book contains transcriptions of every chorus for the tune "Giant Steps" that Coltrane recorded at the March 26 and May 5, 1959 recording sessions. All in all, 9 different takes including the original master.

The transcriptions are presented in a very readable way: 4 measures to each line throughout, plus some other notation devices. I can't really comment much on the accuracy as I haven't played through any of the transcriptions yet, but on first glance they seem very meticuously done.

Be aware that all music is notated for Bb tenor saxophone, which means that many players of other instruments will have to transpose the music.

The introduction to the book contain historical notes on Coltrane and Giant Steps, plus an analysis of the tune in terms of harmony, form and pitch selection.
Itiannta
This book is exactly what I was looking for - a chorus by chorus transcription of Coltrane's famous solos, written for tenor sax. It also has some historical notes and dates, but the important thing is the written solos I've been listening to and trying to emulate for years. What a great study and practice tool! Great for sight-reading and for seeing exactly how good Trane was. This is a Tenor player's wish come true, like the Parker Omnibook for alto.
Clodebd
In addition to the transcriptions (written for Bb instruments), there's an excellent text describing the theory behind the "Giant Steps" chord changes.
Yozshubei
I was very happy to recieve, read an analyse the description of John Coltrane's music.
And the quality of the book was ecellent!
Thank You!
Gunnar Sedvallson, Uppsala, Sweden