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This is nice, at least you have tried and not failed I would fail at about bar 1 beat 2.  I do believe a round of applause is due @Mahavishnu. :) 

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Thank you Wookiee and funnily enough I did give up learning this piece in 1991 about 4 bars in. 

Thanks David, I watched someone play this on youtube and realised the chords were fairly simple so I added the tune to them. I did a combination of watching, using my ear, following a midi score and listening to Keith Jarrett himself play it.

I still haven't finished it though. It's a piece that I never tire listening to and playing.

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Beautiful rendition - I can only dream of chops like this on keys but I am trying to improve - it's a long old road...

Thanks for sharing and very well played - I enjoyed that a lot.

Andy

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I wore that Koln Concert out on vinyl and your version brought back the memories! Many thanks, I think you did a great job and the piano was recorded very well, whatever you used!

 

cheers,

-Tom

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Thanks Andy. If you love something enough you'll get good at it and the long old road is worth every step.

emeraldsoul thank you: My keyboard is a touch sensitive (an absolute prerequisite for any serious pianist) Yamaha S90. The piano sound is Komplete's "Giant" which i programmed to "All that Jazz"

Interesting to note that Keith Jarrett nearly cancelled that 1975 concert as the piano was not up to scratch and he had back problems at the time: the magic of serendipity! However, it remains one of the best selling jazz albums of all time.

 

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On 7/10/2020 at 6:39 AM, Wookiee said:

I do believe a round of applause is due

I'm clapping, I'm clapping...

Well done!

t

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