Category Archive: Transcriptions

Jul 24 2017

New Transcription: Hamiet Bluiett!

We are probably well overdue for a Hamiet Bluiett solo transcription.

Thanks to  Masahiro Totsuka there is a new transcription in the transcription repository of Hamiet’s from the album “Join Us” Check it out!

Jun 05 2017

New Transcription up: Leo P “My Girl”.

Our thanks go out to Masahiro Totsuka for a new transcription this week. This time we have a new transcription from the young dance-baritone player phenom, Leo P (not to be confused with Leo Parker, the 1940’s R&B/Blues baritonist.) The solo is on the classic pop song “My Girl” from the album NYC from the …

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Dec 15 2016

Happy Birthday Cecil Payne!

Just in time for what would have been Cecil Payne’s 94th birthday we have another transcription from the bop master. Thanks yet again to Fred Koch, a new Cecil Payne transcription in the repository. The song is “Dexterity”. Fred even provided a YouTube video of the song (labeled incorrectly). Check it out!

Nov 27 2016

Another Cecil Payne Transcription

Thanks again to Fred Koch, there is another Cecil Payne transcription in the repository. The song is “This Time the Dream Is On Me”. Check it out!

Nov 07 2016

New Cecil Payne transcription!

Thanks to Fred Koch, you will find a new Cecil Payne transcription in the repository. This one on a blues called “Bringing Up Father”. Head on over and give it a whirl,

Dec 17 2015

New Ronnie Cuber transcriptions – “Four”

Thanks once again to Adrian Barnett, we have posted a new Ronnie Cuber transcription to the transcription page! This one is on the classic jazz standard “Four” from a more recent album of Ronnie’s titled …”Ronnie”. Nice demonstration of blowing over a common tune. Check it out!

Jun 29 2015

More Mulligan transscriptions

Francesco Badaloni has been kind enough to send in another Gerry Mulligan transcription. This time on the song “Trouble In Mind” from a very interesting album, “Witherspoon Mulligan Webster At The Renaissance” with Jimmy Witherspoon and Ben Webster. Head over to the Transcriptions page to check it out.