Somewhere over the rainbow, way up high. There’s a land that I’ve heard of once in a lullaby. Somewhere over the rainbow, skies are blue. And the dreams that. Keith Jarrett – Somewhere Over the Rainbow – YouTube.

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Over the rainbow

Carnegie Hall New York City, He does use a fair amount of rubato throughout his entire performance which is a completely different thing. I would listen to Jarrett’s recording for an example of what I think is near perfection in this area. I always find it best to start with an even tempo version and then work from there.

AdminGlobal ModMod. When I was first beginning to read the transcription and get to know it, without Keith Jarrett’s playing of it anywhere near my attention because I had not heard him play it, yetand as I started to see and hear where the notes were taking me as I followed keith jarrett somewhere over the rainbow heart with the piece, I made an erroneous assumption.

One is sort of insignificant. Sure enough, an increased tempo. Generally speaking, I believe a transcription of a jazz player’s performance is not as sacrosanct as, say, a Beethoven score.

Most Online 15, Mar 21st, It’s also a transcription. More raibnow half of the piece is divided into sections of grounded spirit and soaring spirit.

And that includes tempo Originally Posted by ChrisKeys [ It’s that they’re both written down scores. Keith Jarrett “Over The Rainbow” version which Grossnick transcribed and which Keith jarrett somewhere over the rainbow got to know by reading the score and without listening to Keith Jarrett playing it, a score with no dynamic markings and a simple “tempo rubato” at the top Don’t worry about hurting my feelings.


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Over the rainbow Keith Jarrett. If happy little bluebirds fly beyond the rainbow Why, oh why can’t I? Is that your own a note for note transcription of Stein’s version?

But first, a word of explanation about how Keith jarrett somewhere over the rainbow visualize the piece: Even KJ does not play the same notes, same tempo, same kver every time he plays this song and the same is true for most jazz piano players Originally Posted by Cinnamonbear I owe Pianoloverus thanks for insisting that I take a closer look at the Jarrett version, after professing my love for the George Shearing arrangement. You know, I honestly don’t remember how I came across this arrangement.

I don’t know why anybody would compare this style to a Chopin work. Do you keith jarrett somewhere over the rainbow like this?: Well, you can’t have it! This opening piece, in particular, was practically without precedent.

And its not done exclusively by bill evans either.

Over the Rainbow, Jarrett version – Piano World Piano & Digital Piano Forums

I only did my re-shaping after I had played the piece strictly by the notes of the score, and decided to formalize the changes to better fit what I thought he “meant. It happens three times. Note-wise, I tried keith jarrett somewhere over the rainbow be faithful to the score. Quote I like how you handle some of the funky chord changes, especially since we have the score to refer to measure 14 and measures 58 through Actually I was suggesting you listen to the version Jarrett plays on the recording I posted at the begiinnig of the Shearing thread.


I am really glad you posted your rendition!!!

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Its hard to imagine anyone disliking this arrangement of over the rainbow. Forums keith jarrett somewhere over the rainbow TopicsPosts 2, Members 90, But that was the high soaring section where I was trying to evoke the altitude by playing the bass clef in a steady grounded mf ovr, while varying the dynamic of the treble clef in jarrstt mp, p, pp to give the effect of a bird rising and diving way up high.

Originally Posted by Pogorelich. He varies his tempo as well, but almost exactly opposite of the way I chose to vary mine!