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In a Mellow Tone - Theme Transcription. In a Mellow Tone - Theme Transcription. Here is a transcription with standard notation and guitar tabs of the theme of the jazz tune"in a mellow tone" by Kenny Burrell. You can hear Burrell's version in this video on which the transcription is based on the album dedicated to Duke Ellington. In a mellow tone has also been performed by a number of jazz artists as Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson, Joe Pass, Colman Hawkins, Tony Bennett, Count Basie. However, the chords used by Kenny Burrell requires patience, precision and a certain level of dexterity. This transcription will help you understand how Kenny Burrell has approached the main chords, either by using chromaticisms (bars 3, 5, 11, 21) or voice leading (7, 9). You will have to use a technique called "octave-playing", indeed, the second part of the theme is played mostly by using octaves.
Kenny Burrell caught Dizzy Gillespie's attention with his fluid guitar mix of cool-toned Bop and blues on a visit to Detroit in 1951. With a tip of the hat from the master, he moved to NYC and has never looked back. Even when he spits out fiery guitar lines, Burrell never appears to break a sweat. A melodic player whose sound fits in with Stan Getz, the Gil Evans Orchestra, or John Coltrane, Burrell has had a long partnership with Hammond B-3 master Jimmy Smith. His clean, bluesy guitar works exceptionally well over Smith's gritty organ riffs
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E. Howard Anderson - Composer Harold Arlen - Composer Kenny Burrell - Composer, Guitar, Guitar (Acoustic), Guitar (Electric), Main Personnel, Primary Artist Ozzie Cadena - Original Session Producer Chris Carroll - Graphic Design Kenny Clarke - Drums, Main Personnel Miles Davis - Composer Duke Ellington - Composer Sherman Ferguson - Drums, Main Personnel Larry Gales - Bass (Acoustic), Main Personnel Larry "Lonnie" Gales - Bass (Acoustic) Freddie Green - Guitar, Guitar (Rhythm), Main Personnel Walter Gross - Composer E.Y. "Yip" Harburg - Composer Reggie Johnson - Bass, Guitar (Bass), Main Personnel Eddie Jones - Bass, Guitar (Bass), Main Personnel Helen Keane - Original Session Producer Jack Lawrence - Composer Bill Milkowski - Liner Notes Rufus Reid - Bass, Bass (Acoustic), Guitar (Bass), Main Personnel Larry Ridley - Bass, Guitar (Bass), Main Personnel Ben Riley - Drums, Main Personnel Sonny Rollins - Composer Ann Ronell - Composer Arthur Schwartz - Composer Lew Herman Smythe - Annotation Chuck Stewart - Photography Frank Wess - Flute, Main Personnel, Sax (Tenor)
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