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Oscar Peterson A Child Is Born (Piano Solo)
Oscar Peterson Hymn To Freedom Easy Piano Solo Arr.
Oscar Peterson Hymn To Freedom Piano Solo Arr.
Oscar Peterson Love Ballade
Oscar Peterson Satin Doll
Oscar Peterson – A Jazz Portrait of Frank Sinatra Songbook Artist Transcriptions Piano (Oscar Peterson)


Oscar Peterson – Artist transcriptions (piano), 19 authentic transcriptions including:

  • Alice In Wonderland
  • Blues Etude
  • Hymn To Freedom
  • Emily
  • Witchcraft
  • Cheek To Cheek
  • Watch What Happens
  • Indiana (Back Home Again In Indiana)
  • It’s Only A Paper Moon
  • Jitterbug Waltz
  • Laura
  • Lover
  • Misty
  • Night And Day
  • Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars (Corcovado)
  • Tangerine
  • Teach Me Tonight
  • That Old Black Magic
  • Yesterdays


Oscar Peterson – C Jam Blues
Oscar Peterson – Georgia On My Mind (Carmichael-Morrell) from Night Train 1962


OSCAR PETERSON – JAZZ PIANO COLLECTION, including:

Days Of Wine And Roses
My One And Only Love
People
The Girl From Ipanema
Night Train
Georgia On My Mind
Billy Boy
It’s All Right With Me
Night And Day
Easy To Love
Let’s Fall In Love
The Shadow Of Your Smile
If I Were A Bell


Oscar Peterson – Jazz piano for the young pianist – 1
Oscar Peterson – Jazz piano for the young pianist – 2


Oscar Peterson – Oscar Peterson Plays Duke Ellington (Artist Transcriptions Piano Series), 17 transcriptions of one of the greatest piano players of our time performing the works of one of the greatest composers of our time. * Band Call * C-Jam Blues * Caravan * Cotton Tail * Do Nothin’ Till You Hear from Me * Don’t Get Around Much Anymore * I Got It Bad and That Ain’t Good * In a Mellow Tone * John Hardy’s Wife * Just a Settin’ and a Rockin’ * Night Train * Prelude to a Kiss * Rockin’ in Rhythm * Satin Doll * Sophisticated Lady * Take the “A” Train * Things Ain’t What They Used to Be


Oscar Peterson – Softly, As In A Morning Sunrise
Oscar Peterson – Take The A Train
Oscar Peterson – The Bach Suite Andante
Oscar Peterson – The Girl from Ipanema (Piano transcription)


Oscar Peterson – The very best of, 18 transcriptions from one of the greatest and most revered jazz pianists, including: A Child Is Born * The Continental * The Girl from Ipanema * Gravy Waltz * I’m Old Fashioned * It Ain’t Necessarily So * Little Girl Blue * Love Is Here to Stay * Moanin’ * My One and Only Love * Noreen’s Nocturne * On the Trail * Over the Rainbow * Place St. Henri * Rockin’ Chair * ‘Round Midnight * Stella by Starlight * Sweet Georgia Brown.


Oscar Peterson – The Will To Swing by Gene Lees (Book)
Oscar Peterson A musical biog – Barris, Alex


Oscar Peterson A Royal Wedding Suite Artist Transcriptions Piano 2010, Note-for-note piano transcriptions from Peterson’s 1981 CD celebrating the marriage of Prince Charles and Lady Diana. Includes: Heraldry * It’s On * Jubilation * Lady Di’s Waltz * Let the World Sing * London Gets Ready * Royal Honeymoon * When Summer Comes.


Oscar Peterson Jazz Exercises Minuets Etudes & Pieces Complete 1-2-3
Oscar Peterson Jazz Piano Highlights
Oscar Peterson Note For Note Transcriptions
Oscar Peterson Omnibook For Piano Transcribed exactly from his recorded solos, including:

CONTENTS:

  • Alice In Wonderland
  • I’m A Fool To Want You
  • Con Alma
  • All Of Me
  • Bags’ Groove
  • Blues Etude
  • Hymn To Freedom
  • Cheek To Cheek
  • Falling In Love With Love
  • Georgia On My Mind
  • On Green Dolphin Street
  • I’m Old Fashioned
  • I’Ve Got A Crush On You
  • If I Were A Bell
  • In The Wee Small Hours Of The Morning
  • It’s All Right With Me
  • It’s De-Lovely
  • Love For Sale
  • The Man I Love
  • Nica’s Dream
  • Softly As In A Morning Sunrise
  • Sometimes I’m Happy
  • The Song Is You
  • Tangerine
  • That Old Black Magic
  • Waltz For Debby
  • Wave
  • Whisper Not
  • Yours Is My Heart Alone
  • You Stepped Out Of A Dream
  • Younger Than Springtime
  • Girl Talk


Oscar Peterson Piano Intros


Oscar Peterson Plays Broadway (Transcriptions), 17 songs transcribed from Peterson recordings, including: All the Things You Are * Baubles, Bangles and Beads * Body and Soul * Come Rain or Come Shine * Easter Parade * If I Were a Bell * Just in Time * The Lady Is a Tramp * On a Clear Day * People * Strike up the Band * Summertime * The Surrey with the Fringe on Top * There’s a Small Hotel * ‘Til Tomorrow * Who Can I Turn To * Wouldn’t It Be Loverly.


Oscar Peterson Ray-Brown-You-Look-Good-To-Me
Oscar Peterson Take the A train


Oscar Peterson Transcriptions Miscellany Of Ballads, including:

  1. Body And Soul
  2. Falling In Love With Love
  3. Who Can I Turn To
  4. Tenderly
  5. Yesterdays
  6. Basin Street Blues
  7. It Never Entered My Mind
  8. My One And Only Love


Oscar Peterson Trio The Canadiana Suite Artist Transcription Piano, In 1964 Oscar Peterson wrote a collection of compositions inspired by towns and regions in his native Canada. The resulting Canadiana Suite includes: Ballad to the East * Blues of the Prairies * Hogtown Blues * Land of the Misty Giants * Laurentide Waltz * March Past * Place St. Henri * Wheatland.


Oscar Peterson you look good to me
Oscar Peterson-Miscellany Of Ballads
Oscar Peterson. The Man and His Jazz (Jack Batten)(Book)

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Track Listing:

0:00 Our Love Is Here To Stay 2:58 I Get A Kick Out of You 6:00 Stormy Weather 9:35 On the Sunny Side of the Street 12:45 Easy Does It 15:33 I Was Doing All Right 18:54 You Look Good To Me 23:45 Cheek To Cheek 26:48 Sunday 30:45 Bags’ Groove 36:28 You’d Be So Easy To Love 39:05 Waltz for Debby 45:01 The Touch of Your Lips 51:21 Blue Moon 54:18 Pennies From Heaven 59:30 Love for Sale 1:02:59 Hymn to Freedom 1:08:35 Sweet Lorraine 1:11:31 Blue and Sentimental 1:14:00 Let’s Fall In Love

1:17:20 Makin’ Whoopee 1:21:16 Cocktails for Two 1:23:56 Georgia on My Mind 1:27:43 Moten Swing 1:30:37 Nightengale 1:34:48 Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars (Corcovado) 1:37:40 D & E 1:42:58 As Long As I Live 1:47:18 They Can’t Take That Away From Me 1:50:01 On Green Dolphin Street 1:57:30 There WIll Never Be Another You 2:01:00 I Can’t Give You Anything But Love 2:05:04 The Song Is Ended 2:08:25 Bye Bye Blackbird 2:15:11 Just In Time 2:17:03 Moonglow 2:19:42 Willow Weep for Me 2:23:01 Do Nothing til You Hear From Me 2:25:53 You’ll Never Know 2:29:15 All the Things You Are

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Oscar Peterson (short bio)

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Oscar Peterson was born August 15, 1925, in Montreal. His performance career began while he was still in high school, as pianist with the Johnny Holmes Orchestra. After a few years with the orchestra, he formed his own trio, the first in a format he maintained throughout his lifelong career.

With the trio, Peterson quickly gained fame and popularity throughout Canada. His appearances at the Alberta Lounge in Montreal were broadcast live on the radio. In 1949, impresario Norman Granz heard one of those broadcasts, went to the Alberta Lounge and enticed Peterson into making a surprise guest appearance with Granz’s all-star “Jazz at the Philharmonic” at Carnegie Hall later that year.

Leaving the audience amazed, Peterson joined JATP in 1950 as a full-time touring member. He formed a piano-bass duo with Ray Brown and began recording for Granz at the same time. He also added Barney Kessel as the first of the guitarists with whom he would form trios.

Oscar Peterson was voted Jazz Pianist of the Year in 1950 by the Downbeat Readers’ Poll, a title he continued to garner for an additional 12 years. He toured the globe extensively with JATP as well as with his own trio.

Peterson began composing while still a member of the Johnny Holmes Orchestra, and devoted more and more time to composition while still maintaining a vigorous performance schedule. His “Hymn To Freedom” became one of the crusade songs of the civil rights movement led by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. It is still performed by choirs worldwide. He also composed a salute to his beloved Canada, “The Canadiana Suite,” in the early 1960s.

Peterson has an extensive discography with his trio and quartet recordings, as well as recordings with many other jazz greats. His albums include appearances from Ella Fitzgerald, Count Basie, Louis Armstrong, Duke Ellington, Dizzy Gillespie, Roy Eldridge, Ben Webster, Coleman Hawkins and Joe Pass.

During his life and career, Peterson received many awards and honors. These include the Praemium Imperiale (the arts equivalent of the Nobel Prize, presented by the Japan Art Association), the UNESCO International Music Prize, eight Grammy Awards (including a Lifetime Achievement Grammy), the 1993 Glenn Gould Prize (of which he was the third recipient, the first chosen by unanimous decision and the first ever non-classical musician) and many honorary degrees.

His passion for life, love and music remained strong throughout his life, and he continued to perform until shortly before his death. Oscar Peterson passed away at his home on the morning of December 23, 2007. His legacy lives on through his incredible music.

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