We’ve had a number of transcription submissions in the last couple weeks!
Matthew Karnstedt has sent us a new Gerry Mulligan Transcription from a solo on ‘Take The A Train’ and another Pepper Adams solo on ‘Alone Together’. Fans of Pepper should note that we now have two different solos transcribed from him on Alone Together, comparing the two could be very interesting! Thank you Matthew!
The next set of transcriptions come to us from Evan Smith. In addition to a new Serge Chaloff transcription on ‘All The Things You Are’, I’m very glad to say that we now have not one, but three Pat Patrick solo transcriptions!
Pat Patrick was a great baritonist, best known for his amazing work with Sun Ra, but also an accomplished straight ahead player. Interestingly Pat Patrick is the father of Deval Patrick the former Govorner of Massachusets and presidential candidate. Deval donated Harry Carney’s last horn to the Berklee School of Music, presumably through his father – read more about that story here.
Other wise, head on over to the transcription repository and check these new solos out!
Thanks to Anthony Pellegrini we have another Cecil Payne transcription posted! This one is from a Kenny Dorham album, Afro Cuban, and I personally think this is some of Cecil’s best playing!
We now have over 100 transcriptions on the transcription page, so thank you so much to everyone who has submitted and continues to send them in! We have over 60,000 downloads so far, that’s a lot of JazzBariSax out there.
Head on over to the Transcriptions page to check out the new Cecil solo and the other ones there.
Thanks to Andrea Iurianello, we have a new Ronnie Cuber Transcription in the repository. This solo is on the classic standard, “Bye Bye Blackbird”. Very nice solo with a somewhat relaxed vibe from Ronnie playing with a great band.
Below you can check out a video of the transcription author playing the solo, or head on over to the Transcription Page to download a copy for yourself.
I’d like to thank Anthony Pellegrini for sending this one in!
Head over to the Transcription repository and check it out!
The latest transcription added to the repository is another from the great Pepper Adams. This time from a Freddie Hubbard album titled, Groovy! The song is Number Five.
You can download the newest transcription over on the transcription page.
A big thank you to Noah Pettibon for sending this one in.
Thanks again to Jasna Kolar, we have another new Gerry Mulligan Transcription in the repository.
This one is a solo on Mulligan’s own composition, “Line for Lyons” from the album, Butterfly with hiccups (1964).