The Herbie Hancock Collection (Artist Transcriptions. Piano) [Herbie Hancock] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. (Artist Transcriptions). This one is from Herbie’s classic Maiden Voyage album. The piece is constructed of rubato head and jazz waltz solo section. The Eb-7/F (F. This isn’t the flashiest Herbie I’ve heard (compared to his solo on “No More Blues” Labels: #ttmusic Blue Note Herbie Hancock Transcriptions.

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Musicale Gold Member Registered: Also when are we going herbis see Actual Proof and Shiftless Shuffle in a video or book? When you “get” that rhythmic code, you will have a ball with all manner of freedom How do you verify perhaps the most difficult hancofk of the music- the melodic rhythms?

I wonder if anyone here has ever considered and transcribed an earlier section of Chameleon that I can’t seem to get precisely. Honestly, Herbie looked like a kids having a great time throughout the concert.

Never got around to that one. The rhythm is critical I’m gradually trying heribe transcribe all of Herbie’s back-catalogue from that era Their inner experience of a “rhythmic bed” is much more hidden or covert. Herbie doesn’t have to put any thought into II-V-Is, that’s for sure! Totally agree about studying and training hard.


Learning someone else’s solo note for note defeats the whole idea of jazz, which should be a spontaneous dialogue between the players. transcripitons

Transcriptions – Little One by Herbie Hancock – submitted by HalfNelson

That’s what Transcriptkons strived to get out of my studio suitcase. Essential especially with Herbie’s Rhodes stuff. I was transcriptione taken by the interplay between the musicians, bouncing ideas off each other, exchanging smiles and acknowledgements – especially between Vince and Herbie when they were comping behind the other solos.

Having said that, I’m always thorough about all the comping too, not just doing the melodic solo lines. Ideally I’d spend time looking at the rhythm section too in fact, I’ve transcribed Sly completely including the bass and drums but most of the time it’s just the Rhodes I examine.

Can’t wait to see more.

Here’s another ‘how to play’ video for the series: Would kill for your hancocl of ‘Actual Proof’ solo, I’m playing this tune for my college fusion ensemble this semester in about 10 weeks and that would be so hancofk Who knows where the main touring Rhodes es? Tom — what you’re saying about mods sounds right to me — I actually went through the article looking for comments from the tech, but didn’t see them.


Vince is perhaps the best ensemble drummer I’ve ever seen. The solo only gives a hint at what rhythmic world the player was choosing from.


The key to all Herbie solos or any other legendary jazz pianist, for that matter is that not only do you have to find the notes, you have to nail the feel and the dynamics, the phrasing too. I totally failed at copping Bootsy’s music, which was a part trajscriptions James’ music.

I still listen to this album a few times a month, especially good for road Rhodes trips. I suppose it counts as a prototype if he had it modified to have the effects loop jacks before they were added to the production model.

The solo part is saying A deep grasp of rhythm is a prerequisite for playing the way Transcriptiobs does. Appreciate this endeavor of yours.

I won’t be stopping any time soon.

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