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Hal Leonard has announced the publication of the Bud Powell Omnibook, a collection of 35 full piano transcriptions of his most popular recordings.
Hal Leonard Omnibooks have become the books to turn to when you want to master a particular artist. These comprehensive collections feature the most accurate note-for-note transcriptions, meticulous easy-to-read notation, chord symbols to facilitate analyzing the solos, rehearsal letters, transcription recording references, rhythmic styles and metronome marks, spiral comb-binding for easy usability, and more. The Powell Omnibook also includes an introductory biography.
This collection features the songs: All the Things You Are • April in Paris • Bags’ Groove • Autumn in New York • Body and Soul • Cherokee (Indian Love Song) • 52nd Street Theme • Get Happy • Hallucinations • I’ll Remember April • It Could Happen to You • Just One of Those Things • A Night in Tunisia • Ruby, My Dear • Satin Doll • Sweet Georgia Brown • Tea for Two • Un Poco Loco • and more.
Other books in the Hal Leonard Omnibook series include Bill Evans, Charlie Parker, Oscar Peterson, Joe Pass, Stan Getz, John Coltrane, and more.
The Bud Powell Omnibook features 272 pages and retails for $34.99. It is available at halleonard.com
or music stores everywhere.
About Hal Leonard
Founded in 1947, Hal Leonard is the world’s largest provider of music publications and music instruction materials. In its catalog of more than one million titles available in print and digitally, Hal Leonard represents many of the world’s best-known and most respected publishers, artists, songwriters, and arrangers. Their global headquarters is in Milwaukee, WI, and their distribution and printing facilities are in Winona, MN. In addition, they have offices in San Francisco, Boston, and Austin, TX, as well as abroad in Australia, Belgium, China, Germany, the Netherlands, India, Italy, Switzerland, as well as in London and Bury St. Edmunds in the UK.
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