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How High The Moon - Charlie Parker - Charlie Parker (CD)

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  3. Watch the video for How High The Moon from Charlie Parker's Bird After Dark for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists.
  4. Discover releases, reviews, track listings, recommendations, and more about Don Byas Quintet / Charlie Parker's Ri Bop Boys* - How High The Moon / Ko Ko at Discogs. Complete your Don Byas Quintet / Charlie Parker's Ri Bop Boys* collection.5/5(1).
  5. The high-end wall art is customizable in a variety of sizes and includes the albums: Big Band, Machito Jazz With Flip & Bird, The Magnificent Charlie Parker, Charlie Parker With Strings and.
  6. esedpelpocarlkibackfichmiebutnoheas.co This edition of Norman Granz's star-studded Jazz at the Philharmonic comes from a September concert at Carnegie Hall. The format is the usual loose jam session mixing bop and swing musicians, but it's an extraordinary lineup, joining Parker with two of his biggest influences, trumpeter Roy Eldridge and tenor saxophonist Lester Young/5(19).
  7. Songs based on "How High the Moon" Another jazz standard, "Ornithology" by Charlie Parker, is based on the chords of "How High the Moon". It was common among jazz musicians (Ella Fitzgerald, Lionel Hampton and others) to seamlessly include "Ornithology" in the solo when performing "How High the Moon".
  8. Charlie Parker's appearance at Norman Granz's annual Jazz at the Philharmonic concert is less legendary than his debut there, but listening to this magnificently remastered minute document of his set, it's nearly impossible to understand why.
  9. The Charlie Parker Septet made the first recording of the tune on March 28, on the Dial label, and it was inducted into the Grammy Hall of Fame in "Ornithology" is a contrafact – a newly created melody written over the chord progression of another song, in this case the standard " .