The Harmony of Bill Evans by : Bill Evans : Jack Reilly
Bill Evans; the pianist; is a towering figure acknowledged by the jazz world; fans; musicians and critics. However Bill Evans; the composer; has yet to take his place alongside the great masters of composition. Therein lies the sole purpose of this book. A compilation of articles – now revised and expanded – that originally appeared in the quarterly newsletter Letter from Evans; this unique folio features extensive analysis of Evans' work. Pieces examined include: B Minor Waltz • Funny Man • How Deep Is the Ocean • I Fall in Love Too Easily • I Should Care • Peri's Scope • Time Remembered • and Twelve Tone Tune.
Author Jack Reilly is a pianist; composer and educator in both the jazz and classical genres. He has chaired the Jazz Studies departments of the New England Conservatory of Music; Mannes College of Music; and The New School. He is presently Jazz Piano Professor at Rowan College in New Jersey.
| Media ||Softcover|
| Length x Width ||11 x 8.5 inches |
| Shipping Weight||0.58 pounds |
|East Coast Music Product Code ||ZHL699405|
|UPC Code||73999994056 |
| ISBN ||793531527|
| EAN ||9780793531523|
| 1st Publication Date||05/1994|
Lyricist: Mark Hunter
Writer: Jack Reilly ; Mark Hunter ; Matt DeVries ; Rob Arnold
Title: I Should Care
Lyricist: Paul Weston ; Sammy Cahn
Writer: Axel Stordahl ; Paul Weston
Title: How Deep Is The Ocean (How High Is The Sky)
Title: I Fall In Love Too Easily
Title: Time Remembered
Title: Twelve Tone Tune
Title: Peri's Scope
Title: B Minor Waltz (For Elaine)
Title: Funny Man
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