Bill Evans: Jazz Piano Solos Series Volume 19

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Overview

(Piano Solo Personality). 24 essential Evans standards arranged for piano solo, including: Alice in Wonderland
• Autumn Leaves
• But Beautiful
• Everything Happens to Me
• Here's That Rainy Day
• How Deep Is the Ocean (How High Is the Sky)
• In a Sentimental Mood
• My Foolish Heart
• Night and Day
• Some Day My Prince Will Come
• Suicide Is Painless (Song from M*A*S*H)
• Witchcraft
• and more.
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Overview

(Piano Solo Personality). 24 essential Evans standards arranged for piano solo, including: Alice in Wonderland
• Autumn Leaves
• But Beautiful
• Everything Happens to Me
• Here's That Rainy Day
• How Deep Is the Ocean (How High Is the Sky)
• In a Sentimental Mood
• My Foolish Heart
• Night and Day
• Some Day My Prince Will Come
• Suicide Is Painless (Song from M*A*S*H)
• Witchcraft
• and more.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781458405814
  • Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
  • Publication date: 12/1/2011
  • Pages: 96
  • Sales rank: 783,331
  • Product dimensions: 8.80 (w) x 11.90 (h) x 0.50 (d)

Meet the Author

Bill Evans
Bill Evans
Bill Evans is the five-time Emmy Award-winning, nationally-renowned senior meteorologist for WABC, Channel 7 in New York City.  He can be heard on a regular basis on Radio Disney and ESPN Radio and has appeared on Good Morning, America and Live with Regis and Kelly.  Evans has received the Outstanding Meteorologist Award from the National Weather Service and has hosted the National Hurricane Conference.  Category 7 is his first novel.  Bill Evans and his family live in Connecticut.
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  • Posted November 22, 2013

    Just What I Was Looking For!

    I've noodled around with a number of instruments over the last 35 years (yikes!) and only recently started with the piano, which I've been enjoying tremendously. Different instruments inspire different interests in the music I listen to and want to play and for me, the piano always pointed me toward jazz.

    The learning curve of the piano itself is so intimidatingly high that I thought there would never be a way to master it well enough to play anything close to something sounding like the players I admire most, like McCoy Tyner, Oscar Peterson, Herbie Hancock and Bill Evans. Then I discovered this book! It's just far enough beyond my ability level to give me something really challenging to work on while still sounding so Evansesque, even at a glacially slow tempo, that it keeps me interested and inspired to keep plugging away. I've been wishing for music arrangements like this for a long time and this book is everything I was wishing for.

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