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What's New

Composer Bob Haggard    (click to list other tunes)
Submitted by David Luebbert
Posted 1/8/02; 4:36:10 PM
Msg# 2318 (top msg in thread)
Prev/Next 2317/2319
Reads 7012

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Chord changes for Bob Haggard's What's New. This tune is usually thought of as a 32-bar form. This version which the John Coltrane Quartet used on their "Ballads" album doubles the duration of the form so that we have a 64-bar form where each half-bar of the original progression is treated as a full bar in 4/4. This tune sounds just fine if you double the tempo. This version uses quarter tone tempo of 96 beats per minute.

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Last update: Tuesday, January 8, 2002 at 4:42 PM.