Tracklist : 00:00 – Stéphane Grappelli & le Hot Club de France – Are You In The Mood ? 02:47 – Philippe Brun & son Orchestre – P.B. Flat Blues 05:42 – Léo Chauliac & son Ensemble – Rue de la Paix 08:56 – Hubert Rostaing & son Orchestre – Oui, C’est Ca 11:33 – Gus Viseur & son Orchestre – Swing 42 14:14 – Aimé Barelli & son Orchestre – Riviera 17:03 – André Ekyan & son Orchestre – Blues of Yesterday 19:37 – Michel Warlop & son Septuor à Cordes – Tempête sur les Cordes 22:05 – Jerry Mengo & Le Jazz de Paris – Hôtel de la Gare 24:26 – The Hot Club Swing Stars – Daphné 27:13 – Alix Combelle & Le Jazz de Paris – Verlaine 30:30 – Noël Chiboust & son Orchestre – Goût du Jour 33:24 – Pierre Allier & son Orchestre – Jam Men 36:02 – Django Reinhardt & le Hot Club de France – In a Sentimental Mood 39:01 – Ray Ventura & ses Collégiens – I Got Rhythm 42:01 – Alex Renard & son Orchestre – Nuages
The Frim Fram sauce by Joe Ricardel and Redd Evans -Jazz Play Along with sheet music to download.
Philip Glass – Music from The Hours | complete (piano solo)
0:00 The Poet Acts 3:39 Morning Passages 8:32 Something She Has to Do 11:00 I’m Going to Make a Cake 14:08 An Unwelcome Friend 17:51 Dead Things 22:23 Why Does Someone Have to Die? 25:58 Tearing Herself Away 30:13 Escape! 33:05 Choosing Life 36:05 The Hours
Piano solo by Michael Riesman and Nico Muhly
The Hours is the original soundtrack album, on the Elektra/Nonesuch label, of the 2002 film The Hours, starring Nicole Kidman, Meryl Streep and Julianne Moore. The original score was composed by Philip Glass.
Not all of the music in the film was composed specifically for it: earlier music by Glass, including a theme from his opera Satyagraha, was also featured and credited separately at the end of the film.
The album won the BAFTA Award for Best Film Music. It was also nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Score, the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Score and the Grammy Award for Best Score Soundtrack Album for a Motion Picture, Television or Other Visual Media (lost to the score of the film The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers).
Michael Riesman and Nico Muhly arranged the soundtrack for piano solo. This score was published in 2003 as a 64-paged book containing most of the tracks (excluding “For Your Own Benefit”, “Vanessa and the Changelings” and “The Kiss”).
Yann Tiersen – Good Bye Lenin! Complete OST (piano solo)
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Bill Evans – Blue in Green (sheet music transcription)
“Israel ” is a composition by John Carisi, which has become a jazz standard. Described as a “minor blues”, it was originally recorded in 1949 by Miles Davis as part of the “Birth of the Cool” sessions. It is considered to be an “early use of the perfect fourth interval”, which “arpeggiates a pair of three ascending fourths at mm. 9–10”.
“Israel” has since become most associated with jazz pianist Bill Evans, and features on several of the Bill Evans Trio recordings. According to Joe Utterback, Marty Morell‘s solo work for the Trio on songs such as “Israel” and “Peri’s Scope” is “evidence that a drummer can play strongly and fluently without ever losing the melodic line or disrupting the playing of the other musicians”. “Israel” was later covered by Gerry Mulligan with his Concert Jazz Band for their 1961 album Gerry Mulligan Presents a Concert in Jazz. Carisi is credited with rearranging the tune especially for Mulligan to make the recording.