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Cedar Walton – Come Sunday

DESCRIPTION

Check out this vintage Cedar Walton solo on Duke Ellington’s “Come Sunday.” This track comes from Cedar’s debut album as a leader, aptly titled “Cedar.” 

This solo begins with some burning double time vocabulary, followed by some nasty blues lines. Watch out for the triplet phrasing in measure 21, as well as the chromatic language in measures 12 and 14. 

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Lab Education Area: Transcription Analysis

Cedar Walton – Come Sunday

DESCRIPTION

Check out this vintage Cedar Walton solo on Duke Ellington’s “Come Sunday.” This track comes from Cedar’s debut album as a leader, aptly titled “Cedar.” 

This solo begins with some burning double time vocabulary, followed by some nasty blues lines. Watch out for the triplet phrasing in measure 21, as well as the chromatic language in measures 12 and 14. 

Lab Education Area: Transcription Analysis

Cedar Walton – Come Sunday

DESCRIPTION

Check out this vintage Cedar Walton solo on Duke Ellington’s “Come Sunday.” This track comes from Cedar’s debut album as a leader, aptly titled “Cedar.” 

This solo begins with some burning double time vocabulary, followed by some nasty blues lines. Watch out for the triplet phrasing in measure 21, as well as the chromatic language in measures 12 and 14. 

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