Prevailing wisterly : jazz waltz
by Louise Denson (1994)
This is a jazz waltz, medium tempo which is meant to evoke the constant gentle motion of the prairie wind. It uses extended harmony out of the octatonic scale, and other extended harmonic vocabulary, resulting in highly chromatic harmony underpinning an elegant, nostaligic melody.
Instrumentation: Soprano sax, piano, bass, drumkit.
Duration: 8 min.
Difficulty: Advanced — Medium tempo, but some difficult chord changes for soloing
- In the form/style of: Jazz
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