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One For Frank Dupre

Composer J. Jagelka    (click to list other tunes)
Copyright Copyright ©2001
Submitted by J. Jagelka
Posted 6/21/01; 8:38:57 AM
Msg# 1945 (top msg in thread)
Prev/Next 1944/1946
Reads 2856


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This is a study in counterpoint and simultaneous solos.  The chord progression is similar to the bebop blues form called Bird changes.   After the theme was written into the sequencer and a rhythm part generated and adapted, a long improvised solo was played using a midi guitar.  After a lot of editing to remove glitches, etc. the second half of the solo was cut and pasted under the first half.  The 'top' line is voiced as a vibraphone, the 'bottom' voiced as a trombone so the timbres would help separate the voices.

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