The best of the amazing Herbie Hancock! Arranger Mike Kamuf scores this hip, funky Herbie Hancock tune for the young player. This chart is ideal for this level with only three chords, a repetitive groove and catchy melody. This chart includes written solos for tenor sax and trumpet and lead trumpet range goes up to written top line F with optional G on top of the staff. A superb chart from the first note to the last.

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There was just one chart for all the records released, so for a jazz record to reach the top was considered pretty good. A piano chart for it, including a scale outline, is below. I was able to give Herbie Hancock a score to the tune when I met him backstage after a performance in Burlington.

I handed him the chart, mentioned that it was a sort of bop tune, and was delighted when he began sight singing it immediately after having played a two hour concert with no intermission! All these elements are represented by different songs on the album. Awesome post, TC!

So cool that you got to share your composition with HH himself. Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Skip to content. Home Sample Page. This entry was posted in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. April 19, at am. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Pairings, part one: left-hand walking bass and right hand lines in Dave McKenna, Bach and Handel Pairings, part two: left hand walking bass with right hand chordal comping by Kenny Barron, John Coates Jr.

Summer Comping Trip: a play-by-play analysis of two great jazz soloist-accompanist combinations Pairings, part two: left hand walking bass with right hand chordal comping by Kenny Barron, John Coates Jr. Proudly powered by WordPress. Skip to toolbar UVM Blogs. About WordPress WordPress.


Stories of Standards: “Cantaloupe Island” – Herbie Hancock

It was subsequently re-released in UK where it peaked at No. This version of "Cantaloupe Island" has been made numerous appearances in other media. In , "Cantaloupe Island" placed at 19 in the Jazz From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed.


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