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Miles Davis - 2nd Edition
Jazz Piano Solos Series Volume 1
By Miles Davis

Piano Solo Piano/Keyboard
Jazz Piano Solos Series Volume 1. By Miles Davis. Jazz Piano Solos. Jazz. 82 pages. Published by Hal Leonard (HL.306521).

Item Number: HL.306521

ISBN 9780634059056. 9.0x12.0x0.199 inches. Jazz Piano Solos Series.

New piano solo arrangements with chord names of 19 classic tunes by the great Miles Davis: All Blues * Blue in Green * Boplicity (Be Bop Lives) * Circle * Dig * Eighty One * Flamenco Sketches * Four * Freddie Freeloader * Half Nelson * Miles * Milestones * Nardis * Seven Steps to Heaven * So What * Solar * Somethin' Else * The Theme * Tune Up.

About Jazz Piano Solos Series

Each volume of this series features exciting new piano solo arrangements with chord symbols of the songs which helped define a particular jazz style

  • All Blues 
  • So What 
  • Miles 
  • Blue In Green 
  • Boplicity (Be Bop Lives) 
  • Freddie Freeloader 
  • Half Nelson 
  • Milestones 
  • Nardis 
  • Solar 
  • Tune Up 
  • Flamenco Sketches 
  • The Theme 
  • Somethin' Else 
  • Four 
  • Dig 
  • Circle 
  • Eighty One 
  • Seven Steps To Heaven 

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  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    Warren Rodgers
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  • May 30, 2009 close to perfect

    I found "Solar" to be lacking, the arrangement here has a strange Mancini vibe that does not fit the piece well. I prefered the original arrangement of "Boplicity". That said, this collection is a must-have. Included are two "Milestones" (the 1948 standard recorded by Charlie Parker and Miles' signature...

    theme from 1958 aka "Miles"), the complete "Kind Of Blue" album, themes recorded by Cannonball Adderley ("Somethin' Else") or Bill Evans ("Nardis") plus a few Miles standards more. The selection ends in the mid-60's ("Circles", "Eighty-One"). Nothing from the post-acoustic period. Let's hope for a second volume. Highly recommended!

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  • 4

    Jim Yutzy
    Cumberland, Md.
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • December 31, 2008 Educational

    As someone who believes that modern American classical music begins with Charlie Parker, Miles Davis, and Bill Evans, this volume is a nice educational supplement. Let us remember that Miles Davis was not a pianist. So these transcriptions are not overly complex or drawn out. But they are a stepping...

    stone to playing Bill Evans interpretations of Davis. It's an attractive volume with good paper and clean printing.

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  • 5

    Chicago, IL
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  • September 04, 2008 Classic Miles Davis

    I've learned nearly all the songs and love each one. My piano teacher recommended the book. I've enjoyed it so much I've sought more information and music of Miles Davis. I know he's not new, but he is new to me.

    17 of 39 people found this review helpful.
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  • 4

    Amsterdam, Netherlands
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  • March 21, 2007 Great way to to play Miles Davis on your own

    The scores a very straight forward and work for solo piano although some arrangements are clearly better than others. I wish I would have found this book years ago. They provide a good start for the pianist interested in the music of Miles Davis.

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