Read Miles Davis - Kind of Blue by Miles Davis Online


Transcribed Score Regarded by experts as the best jazz recording of all time, the 1959 release Kind of Blue is one of the most influential albums in the history of jazz This exceptional book features transcriptions of all the improvised solos as well as sketch scores for all the songs from this landmark release This includes Miles trumpet parts, the brilliant sax work of John Coltrane and Cannonball Adderly, and rhythm section parts to use as guides for the feel of each composition Songs include So What Freddie Freeloader Blue in Green All Blues and Flamenco Sketches Also includes background information on the album and notes on the folio Essential for all jazz fans...

Title : Miles Davis - Kind of Blue
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ISBN : 0634011693
Format Type : Paperback
Language : English
Publisher : Hal Leonard April 1, 2000
Number of Pages : 64 pages
File Size : 593 KB
Status : Available For Download
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Miles Davis - Kind of Blue Reviews

  • RobinMagpie
    2019-02-25 23:08

    Sure, we're glad to have this, but -- please note, it is not a complete transcription as claimed; the drum part is not transcribed. Instead the transcribers fink out by writing "Drums play time" -- uh, yeah, that's what jazz drummers do all right. But there's a good reason why jazz drummers spend a lot of time with this recording. The transcribers don't know about that, apparently.

  • Scott S. Camp
    2019-02-24 01:24

    OK, getting this transcription book is a no brainer. Kind of Blue is as close to being part of every jazz musicians education as anything ever will be.

  • SS
    2019-03-24 00:15

    Spot on transcriptions.

  • Donny King
    2019-03-19 04:21

    Some people rate jazz on how inaccessible and esoteric it can be. I don't. This era and these players are a great way to listen to jazz horn improvisation.

  • John M.
    2019-03-08 05:16

    As you can probably detect from listening to the songs first, all of Davis's solos except Freddie Freeloader are playable by all levels of play. Also good are Coltrane's 2 and Adderley's 1 ballad solos. Cannonball seems to rush his solo on the recording but if you slow it down just a little bit, the notes will come in clearer. ---- Miles' solo on Four from his BLUE HAZE session forms a bridge between So What and Freddie Freeloader and can be found in MILES DAVIS Bb TRUMPET book but the melody is not included so you have to get it from the Jamie Aebersold Miles Davis booklet if you don't already have it.

  • meridith nielsen
    2019-02-28 07:13

    excellent material

  • Bernardo Cavalcanti
    2019-03-11 02:56


  • Maurice Micklewhite
    2019-03-08 01:07

    This is the whole Kind of Blue album, transcribed.