You then get into the whole concept of ‘intent’ ie.
Ever wondered where you could find the Blue In Green Lead Sheet? I’ve met many musicians who advocate playing with a metronome 100% of their practice time.
Great lesson, thanks. Going to check that out..this one was a busy só i m more slow than before lol.. bit i m taking action again. As you highlight, WhatsApp can easily get out of control with just 5 people in a group. The RealBook says Miles Davis, so I decided to use that to avoid confusion. If you like the fact that we’ve made it easy for this lead sheet and chart to be found, we would very much appreciate it if you could share this with your friends and fellow musicians.
Beautiful! “Blue In Green” is an iconic jazz ballad from Miles Davis’ 1959 album, Kind Of Blue.
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Learn and memorise the altered voicings covered in this tutorial. Thanks, I have added a new download containing the exact, I’m glad you enjoyed the lesson and yes the inner voice movement is a beautiful device that we can use in left hand voicings and also 2 handed voicings, check out this lesson where we explore inner voice movement over major, minor, and dominant chords: pianogroove.com/jazz-piano-lessons/adding-inner-voice-movement/, UK & Europe: +44 808 196 2012 PianoGroove, Thats Awesome thank for replying! Cheers! Your email address will not be published.
Blue in Green is a wonderful jazz standard written by none other than Miles Davis and was the third tune on Miles’ Kind of Blue album which was recorded in 1959. A final note is that playing accurately at slow tempos with a metronome is harder than fast tempos.
In this lesson we explore general improv concepts such as: arpeggios, approach patterns, enclosures and turns and chord tone soloing. There’s an interesting back story about this.
We will make something special with PianoGroove, and revolutionise online learning. B Maj7 5 A7 9 Dm9 D 11 7 Cm7 F7 9 B Maj7 5 A7 13 Dm6 9 E7 9 E7 5 Am9 Dm9 B Maj7 5 A7 9 Dm6 9 (Ballad) Ending 1 Blue in Green Miles Davis. Although the composer’s credit went to Davis on the album, the piece was actually composed by pianist Bill Evans (The Miles Davis estate has acknowledged this fact). [image url="wp-content/themes/buddy/lib/images/footer-image.png" link="#" width="182" height="124" crop="false" align="aligncenter"], There Will Never Be Another You - Warren/Gordon.
Download theory supplements, midi files, chord changes and full note-for-note transcriptions of every lesson. The 10-bar form is much shorter than most jazz standards, and is even shorter than a 12 bar blues.
This field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged. Hey Ivan – great idea, and I think we can take this somewhere special.
The 10-measure form is much shorter than most jazz standards and so it’s repeated numerous times in a performance. Basically you can do anything. I was thinking that we can create an official whatsap group for all members of the comunity!That would be really cool.What i dont know if that Idea is compatíble with an online bussiness .It would be great for instant interaction, vídeos ,áudios knowledge or something to look quicky when we are waiting for something in our daily busy lives ..The problem is that a whatsap group can easly get out of control só it would need some good administrators. I’m aware that Bill Evans often spoke vehemently of Blue In Green being his own composition. I really like the adding inner movement with a LH voicing with different alterations, will be sure to use that!
It used to be hard to play this song because it made me kind of sad and the fingering didn’t feel natural.
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Blue in Green is an unusual tune. The F7b9 chord falls on the 3rd beat of the bar. Can’t wait to get to part 2 of it. Your email address will not be published.
Over time, this will help you to choose appropriate chord voicings quickly and easily. Blue in Green is the third track on Miles Davis’ album ‘Kind Of Blue’ which is the best-selling jazz album of all time.
The chords have Bill written all over them. Title: BluInGren.pdf Author: Real Book Keywords: UNREGISTERED Created Date That will help us get the exposure we need to keep on growing as a file sharing service. It is always inspiring to hear from professionals who are out there living the dream as a hardworking musician! There are people saying that this is a bill evans composition!Is that true? 30 D‹ dorian A7(#5) B¨Œ„Š7(#11) A‹7 E¨7(#11)/G F©7(b9) D‹/B dorian 2 26 A¨Œ„Š7 A7 D‹ (dorian) B¨7 E7(#5) A‹7 A7 Pno. Give it a try with this tune, and then pick a faster medium/up tempo tune – and you will see what I mean!
Thanks for the great comment , Eliane Elias plays a stunning arrangement on Something for you, her Bill Evans tribute album. That’s awesome to hear Adam! Minedit is a social online encyclopedia, which is currently in its beta stage. Even better using a metronome because then there is no room for human error! 18 G7(b9“4) B¨7(#11) A‹7 F©‹11 C‹ (dorian) C©7[åÁ] C7[áÆ] B7[åÁ] B¨7(#5) Pno. Leave it with me Ivan… and keep sending me great ideas. Once officially launched, Minedit will be one of the largest encyclopedia offering guides, tips, how-to’s and definitions in all niches and specialties. Olso it was interesting what you did there at the 14.50 minute.Playing a chord to sound like a rootless voicing..That one caught my atention !Só the trick is to play Both the root and the 7 with a minor second interval ? We thank you for visiting, and if there’s a chart that you can’t find, don’t hesitate to reach out! You have the cogs in my brain turning. Leave us your email below and we will send you a full sample lesson and a PDF download. Print and download Blue In Green sheet music by Miles Davis arranged for Trumpet. Having the 7th on the bottom creates a ‘crunch’ and unique texture. Hi Ivan, yes Bill Evans said in an interview that he composed the tune.
The form of Blue in Green is very unusual. There are some unusual voicings and big stretches which can feel uncomfortable when first starting out with this tune.
Love this lesson.
Check out the many Bill Evans recordings of this tune for additional inspiration.
Check out this tutorial next Ivan: pianogroove.com/jazz-piano-lessons/cluster-voicings/. A‹7(b5) A¨7(#11) C‹7(b5) F©7 G7(#11) D¨7(#11)C‹(“4)B‹(“4) F7(“4)B¨Œ„Š7 D¨ B7 22 Pno. And yes counting is a great way to keep you in time.
When playing jazz standards, analyse the melody notes in terms of scale degrees relating to the underlying harmony. Though Miles has been given credit for the tune, it has long been speculated that pianist Bill Evans actually wrote the tune. All Rights Reserved.
It would be very difficult with all our students. Miles claims in his auto-biography that he wrote all of the tunes on Kind […] the new real or the real real book?
The idea is that we become completely ‘calibrated’ with the click. Join PianoGroove Pro to access all downloads and learning resources. Well, you’ve just found it! I have a simple question In the fourth bar does the F7B9 chord falls on the fourth beat of the measure?And the D note in the melody falls down in the third beat of the measure?I’m playing tunes with counting to (myself 1 and 2 and)… in order to a better natural feeling for rhythm, I found out that counting to my self verbally to be very efficient way to feel the rhythm. Also, if there are any extremely professional touring or recording musician visiting our site right now, stop by and say hi in the comment section!
Notice that the melody contains lots of the upper extensions and alterations. you can imply a tonality or chord with just one or 2 notes.
Blue in Green is an unusual tune. Jazz is freedom!
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Many of the real books reference Miles as the author and so I included here it for easy reference. Also, don’t forget we have a comment section and a rating section, both of which help us a ton when visitors leave reviews in regard to what their user experience was like.
Because the form just contains 10 measures, it is usually repeated many times in a performance. Blue in Green is a wonderful jazz standard written by none other than Miles Davis and was the third tune on Miles’ Kind of Blue album which was recorded in 1959.
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