Re: [Harp-L] Cristo Redentor (was: Politics and Blues Harp)
You know, I could have sworn that someone on here gave it to me. In fact, I
think I got two different versions of guitar tabs / chord changes from
people here when I put out an all-call. I don't know if they transcribed it
themselves or not. It was years ago. Unfortunately, within days of getting
these, the pianist I was going to play it with got a job in NYC. He's now
in an off-Broadway production of Sweeney Todd. I'm still teaching in Cincy,
and I have no idea what I did with those tabs.......Sorry.
On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 9:55 PM, Arthur Jennings <timeistight@xxxxxxxxx>wrote:
> You're doing better than me on the sheet music: all I've been able to find
> is a $50 big band score.
> Where did you find yours?
> On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 11:42 AM, 46long Blake <46long@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> Fair enough. In fact, I've not been able to find the sheet music for
>> Charlie's version - only Byrd's. I was going to say "performance"
>> instead, but I love all the band's work on that song as well as the
>> arrangement, not just the harp work (the piano is sooo deadly), and I
>> thought that "adaptation of a previously recorded composition that
>> included harp in the adaptation but not in the original" was a bit
>> wordy. Kinda.
>> On 12/15/11, Arthur Jennings <timeistight@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> > I can fight over that: it isn't a harp-centered composition at all. It
>> > written by piano player Duke Pearson and first recorded by trumpeer
>> > Byrd.
>> > On Thu, Dec 15, 2011 at 10:23 AM, 46long Blake <46long@xxxxxxxxx>
>> >> Insurance harp-content opinion palate-cleanser: Musselwhite's "Christo
>> >> Redentor' off of "Tennessee Woman" is the greatest harp-centered
>> >> composition ever. There. Fight over that instead of politics.......
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