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Title:
The Erroll Garner anthology : the first anthology of Erroll Garner's compositions
Author:
Garner, Erroll.
Personal Author:
Uniform Title:
Works. Selections
Publication Information:
New York, NY : Cherry Lane Music Co. ; Milwaukee, WI : Exclusively distributed by H. Leonard Corp., [2003]

©2003
Physical Description:
1 score (128 pages) : illustrations ; 31 cm
General Note:
Jazz arrangements for piano, with chord symbols; includes some vocals.

Includes biography, performance notes, and discography.
Language:
English
Contents:
It gets better every time -- Just blues -- Left Bank swing -- Nervous waltz -- One good turn -- Paris bounce -- Passing through -- Seven-eleven jump -- Shake it but don't break it -- That's my kick -- Trio -- Up in Erroll's room -- Way back blues -- You turn me around -- Dreamstreet -- Dreamy -- Misty (piano solo) -- Misty (vocal arrangement) -- Moment's delight -- Nightwind -- No more shadows -- Other voices -- Solitaire -- Something happens -- This time it's real -- When Paris cries -- Afinidad -- El papa grande -- Eldorado -- Gemini -- Mambo Carmel -- Mambo Erroll -- Mambo Garner -- Mambo 207 -- Mood island -- Afternoon of an elf.
ISBN:
9781575605913
Format :
Musical Score

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Central Library M22.G3 E7 2003 Musical Score Grosvenor Room-Oversize
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Summary

(Piano Personality). Steve Allen regards Erroll Garner as "the greatest popular pianist of our century." Here for the first time ever in one collection are piano/vocal/guitar arrangements of 35 great Garner compositions, including: Dreamstreet * It Gets Better Every Time * Left Bank Swing * Mambo 207 * Misty * Moment's Delight * Mood Island * Nightwind * No More Shadows * One Good Turn * Other Voices * Paris Bounce * Passing Through * Solitaire * That's My Kick * This Time It's Real * Trio * When Paris Cries * and more! Includes a biography, discography, performance notes, photos, and a foreword by Martha Glaser.


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