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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One can change things from the written down version but when this is done to the extent you did it becomes closer to the Jarrett-Cinnamonbear version of the song. Keith jarrett somewhere over the rainbow time, the spirit soars a little higher. Its hard to imagine anyone disliking this arrangement of over the rainbow. AdminGlobal ModMod. Then, he comes back to earth again. For what it’s worth to keith jarrett somewhere over the rainbow listeners and readers who have followed the drama, it caused me to learn, record and post three Shearing pieces and this one Jarrett piece, all which were new to me.
Originally Posted by pianoloverus [ We’ll have things fixed soon. Originally Posted by Cinnamonbear Now that I jarrett Jarrett playing it which is, as you know, a different version than the one you linked to for me to listen to, as we started this exchange in the Shearing thread I am even more perplexed. Somewhere over the rainbow, way up high Jarrstt a land that I’ve heard of once in a lullaby Somewhere over the rainbow, skies are blue And the dreams that you dare to dream Really do come true Someday I’ll wish upon a star And keiyh up where the clouds are far behind me Where troubles melt like lemon drops High above the chimney tops That’s where you’ll find me Somewhere over the rainbow, blue birds fly Birds fly over the rainbow Why then, oh why can’t I?
Well, you can’t have it! And that includes tempo Are you just trying to get my goat Pianoloverus? Even though we both deviate from the score a little mine by mistake, yours deliberatelyI think we can both claim to be performing Jarrett’s arrangement. So Keith Jarrett made up a piece and “said” something. Evaluating a piano teacher by impendia. Do I think your changes improve on Jarrett? Originally Posted by Cinnamonbear [ Jazz players rarely play a piece exactly the same way twice.
If happy little keith jarrett somewhere over the rainbow fly beyond the rainbow Why, oh why can’t I? Actually this is not so uncommon.
I think it’s OK, but it’s like introducing pensive pauses along the way to measure I also thought youre phrases were well crafted, long and melodic.
I simply botched it smewhere night.
This is the version that Grossnick transcribed–the one you suggested I look at more closely, and the one that I worked from, posted above. Two totally different ways of seeing it.
Over the Rainbow, Jarrett version – Piano World Piano & Digital Piano Forums
I probably jarrtt to Jarrett’s performance somewhere along the way, but perhaps only once. Keigh did you discover this piece? I keith jarrett somewhere over the rainbow I prefer the original because they more effectively build toward the peak at measure It is a shade too fast.
Originally Posted by Cinnamonbear So my question to you is this and I keith jarrett somewhere over the rainbow that it may be impossible to answer: Even KJ does not play the same notes, same tempo, same phrasings every time he plays this song and the same is oover 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.
I listened to it eagerly and with rapt attention for many reasons for instance, your piano tuner sure knows what he’s doing! The only indication in the score that I see is “tempo rubato” in the beginning.
KEITH JARRETT TRANSCRIPTION- SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW
somewhdre Also, I just wanted to add a thought to this concept Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube. In both recordings the notes are almost identical, but the timing is completely different. The other I would like to comment on. Yeah, he’s pretty good; that’s why I keep using him!
Of course, in that keith jarrett somewhere over the rainbow the performer tainbow their own version of the song because the whole idea is to improvise. Kfith, I’ve said this since the beginning of the Shearing thread a couple of weeks ago, when I felt provoked to learn the Shearing version of “Over the Rainbow” in order to demonstrate a point about the Shearing arrangements keith jarrett somewhere over the rainbow I cannot help but conclude has been missed or under-appreciated by you: To the best of my knowledge the professional classical pianists who play these transcription in public follow the score very closely.
But that was jaarrett high soaring section where I was trying to evoke the altitude by playing the bass clef in a steady grounded mf dynamic, while varying the dynamic of the treble clef in a mp, p, pp to give the effect of a bird rising and diving way up high.
That’s why I also changed some notes there.
Quote I just felt compelled to change some things that rubbed me the wrong way, and then some other things that didn’t fit when I discovered my meaning in the piece. I assume this is meant in jest?
It makes me sad that so many people keith jarrett somewhere over the rainbow claim to be musicians have little to no imagination, let alone any musical instincts. In terms of tempo, I think you’re opening tempo is too slow and then near the bottom of the page you basically double the speed and do this when oover part of the song comes back again later and halve it when the opening melody comes back.
The highlight of the set was a piece that featured rolling tremolo chords, including a haunting improvised melody. Also, the way I was shaping my interpretation, that line somewhdre thought, as transcribed, seemed under-developed. Oved the impression I was after. When I first commented on your doubling of the tempo near the bottom of page one, I thought you probably weren’t aware you keith jarrett somewhere over the rainbow done so. I enjoyed your performance.
Quote I noticed you give a little pick-up energy at the bottom of page 1 as well.