Okay, this is the last of the music projects I’ll be posting about for now. This one’s actually a jazz tune, a lead sheet and a little MIDI playback of the melody, for now, though I’m considering turning it into something bigger.
So, late yesterday night I finally finished getting the notes in for Round Midnight, which is the third and final movement of the Monk Suite. This one took more work than “Well You Needn’t” in some ways. The reason is that this is the one song I originally arranged from a “bad” chart. (Also, a […]
This is one more post about a music project that’s ongoing. This one was on hiatus for a long time, but finally is close to done, with all input completed and only dynamic markings needing to be added to some of the pieces. It was back in 1995-96 that I composed some program music for […]
The other day, I mentioned some work I’d completed in digitally notating my arrangement of some Thelonious Monk tunes. This is a follow up to that post.
I’m no sure how many people out there are really tracking my notation projects, but this is an update about my current one, notating “Monk Suite”–an arrangement of tunes by Thelonious Monk for jazz quintet and orchestra that I put together as an undergrad student.