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Bill Evans Plays Standards

By Bill Evans

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Piano - SMP Level 8 (Early Advanced)
By Bill Evans. Hal Leonard Artist Transcriptions. Jazz and Standards. Collection. Standard notation (does not include words to the songs). 88 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.672365).

Item Number: HL.672365
ISBN 0793570468. With standard notation (does not include words to the songs). Jazz and Standards. 9x12 inches.

A great collection of eight solo piano transcriptions from the very influential and sophisticated Bill Evans.

This title has selections that range in difficulty from SMP Level 7-8.

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Artist Transcriptions are authentic, note-for-note transcriptions of the hottest wind, electronic, guitar and keyboard artists. These outstanding, accurate arrangements are in an easy-to-read format which includes all essential lines. Artist Transcriptions can be used to perform, sequence or reference.

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  • 4

    milwaukee, wisconsin
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  • January 02, 2012 Bill Evans Plays Standards

    Definitely for the advanced player. Nice arrangements if you can handle them.

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  • March 07, 2007 An answered prayer

    I am extremely pleased with this book. It spelled out the complete line of improvisational riffs. There is no other way that I could possibly learn to play jazz if such scores were not available.

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  • 3

    Fremont, CA
  • October 04, 2005 Diffucult transcriptions

    I find this edition to be lacking in that it is just a piano redution of what all the instruments are playing. It's not possible to play slides on piano as written. Where the bass solos there are just rests written. It doen't even give you the changes...

    for the solos. Try one of the "Artistry" books instead (2 vols [Editor's Note - item #s WB.TPF0148 and WB.TPF0167) or the "19 Arrangments" [Editor's Note - Item # HL.116] instead.

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  • 5

    Germantown, MD
  • July 09, 2005 A "Must-Have"

    This is the first Hal Leonard issue of Bill Evans transcriptions and it is a great beginning. Hal Leonard purchased the Bill Evans catalog from The Richmond Organization (formerly The Acorn Group) and the Bill Evans catalogs from Teneten Music, the company owned by Nenette Evans. Hal Leonard controls all...

    the Bill Evans songbooks except for the two Warner Brother’s releases, “The Artistry of …� volumes one and two.

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