Chick Corea Spain Transcription Pdf Editor

  1. Chick Corea Pdf
  2. Chick Corea Spain Transcription Pdf Editor Pdf
  3. Chick Corea Spain Transcription Pdf Editor Software
  4. Chick Corea Spain Transcription Pdf
  5. Chick Corea Transcriptions

I did not know Chick Corea was a scientologist until recently, but i really don't care. Instrumental music is not like lyrical music, at least for me. It's not the same thing to listen to 'I've got you under my skin' than listening to 'Spain'. F#m D G F# D# E A Bm Em Am C# B A# Chords for Chick Corea Spain Transcription ( solo sheet music) with capo transposer, play along with guitar, piano, ukulele & mandolin. Chick Corea: Lite and Works Armando Anthony 'Chick' Corea was born June 12, 1941 in Chelsea, Massachusetts. He became interested in music at an early age, beginning piano study at the age of four. His first training came through his father Armando, a jazz trumpeter and bandleader in the Boston area. At age seven Corea began lessons with.

Not sure how many of you are the type to wonder what the hell that soloist played there…

I was ill today and so started on something I’ve been meaning to do for some time as a learning exercise – see what some of my favourite players are actually playing over those changes. This is an old favourite; Chick Corea’s solo from Spain as recorded with Return to Forever in 1972.

Hey, You're Reading the Description For This Video, Awesome!If You Haven't Already Please LIKE the Video or FAVORITE if You're Awesome! Oh, Yeah and SUBSCRIB. Hello everyone, Flamep1ckle here, and today I will be giving you a tutorial on how to put yourself in 3rd person in Garry's Mod. I hope you enjoy. I am LRgaming.Today I will show you how to get in third person and how to get back in first person.Ok here is tutorial:1.Get in the one of the gmod map(SINGL. How to enable 3rd person in gmod.

I can’t guarantee its complete accuracy, and you’ll note that I’ve gone for the approach of notating rhythmically as it sounds against the beat (so anticipated/swung beats appear as heard).

Chick Corea Pdf

The left hand rhythm mostly seems to be tapping out a clave… though almost always pushing ahead of the beat – along with Stanley Clarke’s bass line which I haven’t jotted down.

Corea
(Redirected from Spain (composition))

'Spain' is an instrumentaljazz fusion composition by jazzpianist and composerChick Corea. It is likely Corea's most recognized piece, and is considered a jazz standard.[1]

'Spain' was composed in 1971 and appeared in its original (and most well-known) rendition on the album Light as a Feather, with performances by Corea (Rhodes electric piano), Airto Moreira (drums), Flora Purim (vocals and percussion), Stanley Clarke (bass), and Joe Farrell (flute). It has been recorded in several versions, by Corea himself as well as by other artists, including a flamenco version by Paco de Lucía, Al Di Meola and John McLaughlin in the 1980s, and a progressive bluegrass version by Béla Fleck in 1979. A version with lyrics by Al Jarreau, 'Spain (I Can Recall)', appeared on the 1980 album This Time. More recently, Corea has performed his composition as a duo with Japanese pianist Hiromi Uehara. A version of 'Spain' was performed by Stevie Wonder at his 2008 Concert in London. The introduction used in the song is from Concierto de Aranjuez, a guitar concerto by the Spanish composer Joaquín Rodrigo.

The Light as a Feather version of 'Spain' received two Grammy nominations, for Best Instrumental Arrangement and for Best Instrumental Jazz Performance by a Group. In 2001, Corea was awarded the Best Instrumental Arrangement Grammy for 'Spain for Sextet and Orchestra'.

Composition[edit]

Chick Corea Spain Transcription Pdf Editor Pdf

Spain

Corea opens the Light as a Feather version of 'Spain' with the adagio from Joaquin Rodrigo's Concierto de Aranjuez. After the intro, the song switches to a fast, steady samba-like rhythm, in which the main theme and an improvisation part are repeated.

The chord progression used during the improvisation part is based on harmonic progressions in Rodrigo's concerto. It runs as follows:

In line with jazz philosophy, other interpretations of the song are structured differently and sometimes only retain the main theme or parts of it.In the Paco de Lucia and John McLaughlin version some chords are altered in parts, including the F#7 to F#7b9 or F#7aug and C#7 to C#7#9.

Appearances[edit]

By Chick Corea

Chick Corea Spain Transcription Pdf Editor Software

  • Light as a Feather (1972) - Chick Corea and Return to Forever
  • Akoustic Band (1989) - Chick Corea Akoustic Band
  • Play (1990) - Chick Corea and Bobby McFerrin
  • Return to the Seventh Galaxy: The Anthology (CD 1996) - Chick Corea, Bill Connors, Stanley Clarke, and Lenny White
  • Alexia In a Jazz Mood (1996) - Chick Corea and Alexia Vassiliou
  • Solo Piano: Originals (2000) - Chick Corea
  • Corea.Concerto (2001) - Chick Corea with Origin and the London Philharmonic Orchestra
  • Rendezvous in New York (CD 2003, DVD 2005) - Chick Corea Akoustic Band
  • Elektric Band: Live at Montreux 2004 (2004) - Chick Corea Elektric Band
  • Akoustic Band 1991 (DVD 2005) - Chick Corea Akoustic Band
  • Duet (2009) - Chick Corea and Hiromi Uehara
  • Trilogy (2013) - Chick Corea with Christian McBride and Brian Blade

Covers

Chick Corea Spain Transcription Pdf

  • Manhattan Wildlife Refuge (1974) - Bill Watrous
  • Live and Improvised (1976) - Blood Sweat & Tears
  • Something You Got (1977) - Art Farmer
  • Crossing the Tracks (1979) - Béla Fleck
  • This Time (1980) - Al Jarreau
  • Live With Vic Juris (1985) - Bireli Lagrene
  • Jaco Pastorius & Bireli Lagrene & Alex Bally (1985) - Bireli Lagrene and Jaco Pastorius
  • New Weave (1986) - Rare Silk
  • Naurava Kulkuri (1986) - Vesa-Matti Loiri
  • Sensacion (1987) - Tito Puente
  • Daybreak (1987) - Béla Fleck
  • Thousand Wave (1988) - Takahiro Matsumoto
  • GRP All-Star Big Band (1992) - GRP All-Star Big Band
  • Rosenberg Trio: Live at the North Sea Jazz Festival (1993) - Rosenberg Trio
  • Zlatko (1995) - Zlatko Manojlović
  • DGQ-20 (1996) - David Grisman Quintet
  • Two Guitars One Passion (1996) - Lara & Reyes
  • Tango del Fuego (1999) - James Galway
  • Czechmate (1999) - Druha Trava
  • Spain (2000) - Michel Camilo & Tomatito
  • La Nuit Des Gitans (2001) - Raphael Fays
  • Crosscurrent (2005) - Jake Shimabukuro
  • Gently Weeps (2006) - Jake Shimabukuro
  • Steps (2009) - Cluster
  • Live at Last (2008) - Stevie Wonder
  • Acoustic Live (2009) - Pegasus (Issei Noro and Tetsuo Sakurai)
  • Jazz and the Philharmonic - Chick Corea, Eric Owens, Terence Blanchard, and the Henry Mancini Institute Orchestra
  • Kind of Spain (2017) - Wolfgang Haffner
  • Spain (2017) - Groove for Thought
  • Spain (2020) - Dewa 19

References[edit]

  1. ^'Chick Corea'. Blue Note. Retrieved 25 July 2017.

Chick Corea Transcriptions

Retrieved from 'https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Spain_(instrumental)&oldid=993567692'