Seventeeen great jazz guitar standards arranged for easy/intermediate level fingerstyle guitar. Titles are: A Felicidade * All the Things You Are * Alone Together * Beautiful Love * Black Orpheus (A Day in the Life of a Fool) * Have You Met Miss Jones * How High the Moon * I Could Write a Book * I Love You * I´ve Got You Under My Skin * Just Friends * Making Whoopie * My Funny Valentine * Secret Love * The Shadow of Your Smile * Summertime * The Way You Look Tonight.
DescriptionTwenty-nine big blues numbers specially arranged for solo piano by Jack Long, complete with chord symbols. Includes ´Cry Me A River´, ´Georgia On My Mind´, ´Makin´ Whoopie´ and ´Round Midnight´.SonglistAngel EyesBernie´s TuneBlue MonkBlues In The Night (My Mama Done Tol´ Me)Come SundayCry Me A RiverGeorgia On My MindGod Bless The ChildHarlem NocturneHere´s That Rainy DayI Wish I Knew How It Would Feel To Be FreeIn A Sentimental MoodIn The Heat Of The NightLearnin´ The BluesLi´l Darlin´Lover Man (Oh Where Can You Be)Lush LifeMakin´ WhoopeeMoanin´Mood IndigoMoonglowMore Than You KnowPrelude To A KissRound MidnightSmoke Gets In Your EyesSolitudeSomeone To Watch Over MeWe´ll Be Together AgainYesterdays
Gospel music is a vibrant fusion of African folk music and European hymns. Rooted in the spiritual (the creation of African-Americans in the 19th century), the joy of gospel music has had a profound influence on 20th century ‘pop’ music. ‘The Gospel train’ is a medley of three best-loved gospel songs that would be perfect as a concert opener or encore. The laid-back swing of ‘Go down, Moses’ is contrasted by ‘Oh happy day!’ (used in the Whoopi Goldberg film Sister Act) and concludes with the unstoppable finale ‘Ain’t no mountain high enough’. The spiritual ‘Standing in the need of prayer’ is a simple meditative melody with a pleasing, repetitive chord sequence. If you are looking for straightforward and rewarding repertoire for your beginner choir, then you need look no further than Choral Basics the perfect series for singers of all ages. The Simple 3-part choral arrangements for soprano, alto and a combined part for men’s voices make the series perfect for choirs with a dearth of males or whose male singers have unstable or changing voices. The rich array of repertoire is bound to be a hit with younger singers and the technical abilities of choirs at this level have been taken into consideration. Straightforward and idiomatic piano accompaniments have been included and are designed to support the vocal lines, without putting pressure on staff with less developed keyboard skills.€˜Go down, Mosesâ€™ is contrasted by â€˜Oh happy day!â€™ (used in the Whoopi Goldberg film Sister Act) and concludes with the unstoppable finale â€˜Ainâ€™t no mountain high enoughâ€™. The spiritual â€˜Standing in the need of prayerâ€™ is a simple meditative melody with a pleasing, repetitive chord sequence. If you are looking for straightforward and rewarding r