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Artistry of Bill Evans Vol 2
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Artistry of Bill Evans Vol 2

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer Bill Evans
Artist Bill Evans
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Series Personality Songbooks
Catalog # TPF0167

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Artistry of Bill Evans Vol 2 Composed by Bill Evans. Performed by Bill Evans. For Piano Folio. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # TPF0167, UPC: 029156149791)

These pieces display the innovative style of the late, great jazz master Bill Evans including his highly original harmonic and melodic concept, his creative sense of rhythmic subdivision and his free-flowing phrase construction. Title s are: Autumn Leaves * Here's That Rainy Day * I Should Care * Make Someone Ha ppy * Spring Is Here * The Touch of Your Lips * What Is This Thing Called Love ? * What Kind of Fool Am I?

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AUTUMN LEAVES EVANS,BILL  
HERE'S THAT RAINY DAY EVANS,BILL BURKE/VAN HUESEN  
I SHOULD CARE EVANS,BILL STORDAHL/WESTON/CAHN  
MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY EVANS,BILL COMDEN/GREEN/STYNE  
SPRING IS HERE EVANS,BILL  
TOUCH OF YOUR LIPS,THE EVANS,BILL NOBLE,RAY  
WHAT IS THIS THING CALLED LOVE EVANS,BILL  
WHAT KIND OF FOOL AM I EVANS,BILL BRICUSSE/NEWLEY  

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