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Miles Davis Vol 7
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Miles Davis Vol 7

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Jazz Method
Publisher Jamey Aebersold Jazz, Inc.

Price: $15.90

Catalog #V07

UPC code: 635621000070

Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Intermediate/Advanced level. Eight classic jazz originals written by Miles Davis, many recorded twice, with one slower track for easier learning and another track at a common performance tempo. This is a unique way to learn eight of the most popular songs of the Fifties. These tunes are considered jazz classics because most jazz musicians around the world have learned them. And the reason so many jazz musicians have learned them is because they are all such interesting vehicles for improvising, containing interesting chord changes, altered bridges and logical melodies that have been quoted in many compositions throughout the music world. Gain an insight into early Miles and gain an understanding of the transitional bop to post-bop period.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
DIG  
FOUR  
MILESTONES (OLD)  
SERPENT'S TOOTH  
SOLAR  
THE THEME  
TUNE UP  
VIERD BLUES  
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