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Bill Evans Piano Interpretations

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer John Carisi
Arranger Bill Evans
Artist Miles Davis
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Artist Transcriptions
Catalog # 00672425

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Bill Evans Piano Interpretations Composed by John Carisi. Arranged by Bill Evans. Performed by Miles Davis. For Piano Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00672425, UPC: 073999724257)

Perhaps the single-most influential pianist in the history of jazz, Bill Evans' compositions are studied by pianists and non-pianists alike. This folio features faithful solo piano transcriptions of his performances of seven tunes: Come Rain or Come Shine · Israel · It Might as Well Be Spring · Make Someone Happy · Nardis · A Sleepin' Bee · With a Song in My Heart. Also includes a biography and a discography.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
COME RAIN OR COME SHINE EVANS,BILL ARLEN/MERCER  
ISRAEL DAVIS,MILES CARISI,JOHN  
IT MIGHT AS WELL BE SPRING EVANS,BILL HAMMERSTEIN/RODGERS  
MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY EVANS,BILL COMDEN/GREEN/STYNE  
NARDIS (SPARTUS LOVE THEME) EVANS,BILL DAVIS,MILES  
SLEEPIN' BEE,A EVANS,BILL ARLEN/CAPOTE  
WITH A SONG IN MY HEART VALE/CARRERAS/WONDER HART/RODGERS  

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