Take Five Sheet Music Dave Brubeck

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Take Five Sheet Music Dave Brubeck Download Take Five Piano Sheet Music Free PDF Download
Take Five Sheet Music Dave Brubeck Download Take Five Piano Sheet Music Free PDF Download
Take Five Sheet Music Dave Brubeck Download Take Five Piano Sheet Music Free PDF Download

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“Take Five Sheet Music” by Dave Brubeck, “ Take Five Sheet Music” for Piano Solo and Chords , Original key: Eb Minor, number of pages sheet music PDF: 4, Video and Piano Cover song Take Five Sheet Music.

Take Five Sheet Music Dave Brubeck Download Take Five Piano Sheet Music Free PDF Download

Take Five Sheet Music Dave Brubeck Download Take Five Piano Sheet Music Free PDF Download

Take Five’” is a jazz piece composed by Paul Desmond and originally performed by the Dave Brubeck Quartet on its 1959.

  • Sheet Music Title: Take Five Sheet Music Dave Brubeck
  • Instrument: Piano Sheet Music / Piano Solo and Chords
  • Original Published Key: Eb Minor
  • Metronome: 154
  • Author: Paul Desmond // Dave Brubeck Quartet
  • From the Album: Time Out
  • Year: 1959
  • Genre: Jazz
  • Sheet Music Format: PDF
  • Piano Sheet Music
  • Pages pdf file: 4
  • Take Five Sheet Music Dave Brubeck.

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Take Five Sheet Music (Source Wikipedia)

Recorded at Columbia Records’ 30th Street Studio in New York City on July 1, 1959, two years later it became an unlikely hit and the biggest-selling jazz single ever. Included in numerous movie and television soundtracks, it still receives significant radio play. “Take Five” was for several years during the early 1960s the theme music for the NBC Today program, the opening bars being played half a dozen times or more each day.

Written in the key of E-flat minor, the song is known for its distinctive two-chord piano vamp; catchy blues-scale saxophone melody; inventive, jolting drum solo; and especially the unusual quintuple (5/4) time.

Brubeck drew inspiration for this style of music during a U.S. State Department-sponsored tour of Eurasia, where he observed a group of Turkish street musicians performing a traditional folk song with supposedlyBulgarian influences that was played in 9/8 time (traditionally called “Bulgarian meter”), rarely used in Western music. After learning from native symphony musicians about the form, Brubeck was inspired to create an album that deviated from the usual 4/4 time of jazz and experimented with the exotic styles he had experienced abroad.

 

Take Five Sheet Music Dave Brubeck

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