All my loving - And I love her - Can´t buy me love - Day tripper - Fixing a hole - Honey pie - I call your name - I should have know better - I will - I ´ll follow the sun - I´m happy just to dance with you - Michelle - She loves you - Yesterday - You can´t do that.
DescriptionA wonderful selection of 11 Beatles favourites arranged for jazz style piano. Complete with chord symbols. Includes All My Loving, Get Back, And I Love Her and Strawberry Fields.SonglistAll My LovingAnd I Love HerEleanor RigbyGet BackHere There And EverywhereMichelleNowhere ManStrawberry Fields ForeverThe Fool On The HillWith A Little Help From My FriendsYesterday
DescriptionSuperb jazz arrangements by George Adie of 20 Beatles hits. Includes ´A Hard Day´s Night´, Norwegian Wood´ and ´Strawberry Fields Forever´.SonglistCan´t Buy Me LoveDo You Want To Know A SecretHere There And EverywhereHey JudeI Wanna Be Your ManLucy In The Sky With DiamondsMichelleNorwegian WoodNorwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown)Nowhere ManStrawberry Fields ForeverThings We Said TodayTicket To RideWith A Little Help From My FriendsWorld Without LoveYesterday
Jazz Piano Solos Series Volume 28: The Beatles is a folio featuring 20 Beatles standards translated into cool jazzy Piano solo arrangements with chord symbols – they´ll make you sound like a jazz expert even if you´re not.All You Need Is Love Blackbird Can´t Buy Me Love Day Tripper Don´t Let Me Down From Me To You Golden Slumbers Good Night Got To Get You Into My Life Here Comes The Sun Hey Jude I Will If I Fell Let It Be Norwegian Wood (This Bird Has Flown) Ob-la-di, Ob-la-da Penny Lane Something The Long And Winding Road Ticket To Ride
Imagine a world where Beatlemania was against the law - recordings scratched onto medical X-rays, merchant sailors bringing home contraband LPs, spotty broadcasts taped from western AM radio late in the night. This was no fantasy world populated by Blue Meanies, but by the USSR, where a vast nation of music fans risked repression to hear the defining band of the British Invasion. The music of John, Paul, George, and Ringo played a part in waking up an entire generation of Soviet youth, opening their eyes to seventy years of bland official culture and rigid authoritarianism. Soviet leaders had suppressed most Western popular music since the days of jazz, but the Beatles and the bands they inspired - both in the West and in Russia - battered down the walls of state culture. Leslie Woodhead´s How the Beatles Rocked the Kremlin tells the unforgettable - and endearingly odd-story of Russians who discovered that all you need is Beatles. By stealth, by way of whispers, through the illicit late night broadcasts on Radio Luxembourg, the Soviet Beatles kids tuned in. ´´Bitles,´´ they whispered, ´´Yeah, Yeah, Yeah.´´ 1. Language: English. Narrator: Simon Prebble. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbl/015906/bk_adbl_015906_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
DescriptionJazz/Rock Horn Section - Transcribed Horns This unique series features transcriptions of all the horn parts included on the original recordings with a separate staff for each horn. SonglistAnd When I Die [Blood, Sweat & Tears]Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is? [Chicago]Feelin´ Stronger Every Day [Chicago]Get It On [Chase]Honky Cat [John, Elton]Love Is On The Way [Chase]Make Me Smile [Chicago]Mercy, Mercy, Mercy [Adderly, Nat]Penny Lane [Beatles, The]Proud Mary [Ike And Tina Turner]Shake A Tail Feather [Blues Brothers]So Very Hard To Go [Tower Of Power]Subway To Venus [Red Hot Chili Peppers]The Horse [Nobles, Cliff]The Letter [Cocker, Joe]
DescriptionFor use with all Bb, Eb and C instruments, the Jazz Play-Along Series is the ultimate learning tool for all jazz musicians. With musician-friendly lead sheets, melody cues and other split-track choices on the included CD, this first-of-its-kind package makes learning to play jazz easier than ever before.For study, each tune includes a split track with:Melody cue with proper style and inflectionProfessional rhythm tracksChoruses for soloingRemovable bass partRemovable piano part.For performance, each tune also has:An additional full stereo accompaniment track (no melody)Additional choruses for soloing.10 songs: BH12 Bar Blues; Bluebird; Comin´ Home Baby; Here, There and Everywhere; Maybe I´m Amazed; My Love; Pick up the Pieces; Take Five; Weasel Shuffle; Yesterday plus a special About the Songs section with performance notes.SonglistBH12 Bar Blues [Casey, Howie]Bluebird [Wings]Comin´ Home Baby [Dorough, Bob] [Tucker, Ben]Here, There And Everywhere [Beatles, The]Maybe I´m Amazed [Mccartney, Paul]My Love [Wings]Pick Up The Pieces [Average White Band]Take Five [Desmond, Paul]Weasel Shuffle [Casey, Howie]Yesterday [Beatles, The]
This special To The Best of Our Knowledge series contains five programs:In the BeginningWhere do we come from? Fair question. Religious scholar Stephen Mitchell says the answer lies in humanity´s different creation myths. Theoretical physicist Michio Kaku says we´re the reverb of a Big Bang from another universe. And, midwifery guru Ina May Gaskin gets down to where each one of us really comes from - mom.Why Bother?Catholic-nun-turned-unbeliever Karen Armstrong describes her path back to God. Cinema Nirvana: enlightenment lessons from Hollywood. Also, Parker Palmer on how to keep going when life stops making sense. And, that good old existentialist, Charlie Brown.Are We Having Fun Yet?At nearly 70, one high school English teacher discovers the joys of sex. Poet Billy Collins stops to smell the roses while our host, Jim Fleming, goes to Paris for a sumptuous chocolate tour. And, to the woods we go, playing jazz for the birds.RegretsPete Best has a few... He had Ringo´s job just months before the Beatles´ first hit ´´Love Me Do´´ came out. Also, world-renowned concert pianist Leon Fleisher reflects on the disease that destroyed his right hand. And, one man sets out to apologize to the descendants of his family´s slaves.The EndWhat happens when we die? Dr. Rachel Naomi Remen says much more than you think. Novelist Jim Crace says nothing, nothing at all. Also, Amy Tan´s story of the murder that shaped her life as a writer. And, whistle a tune at the Grim Reaper with Monty Python´s Eric Idle. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jim Fleming. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/tbon/000543/rt_tbon_000543_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Der Sound der Beatles auf ihrem Album Abbey Road. Ideal für Fretless, sind diese schwarzen Nylon Saiten sehr flexibel, um mit niedriger Spannung zu spielen. Perfekt für Jazz, Fusion, Club und Reggae. Schwarzes Nylon.