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Scrapple From The Apple

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  1. The Big Apple: “Scrapple From the Apple” () Above, a plaque from the Big Apple Night Club at West th Street and Seventh Avenue in Harlem. Discarded as trash in Now a Popeye's fast food restaurant on Google Maps.
  2. Scrapple from the Apple. Charlie Parker/arr. David Bandman - Alfred Publishing Belwin Division. Click to review. Big band bebop! This is a great Charlie Parker classic arranged as a bright swing chart. The melody is stated by alto, tenor and trumpet 2 followed by written or ad lib trumpet 2 and tenor 1 solos. There's a full ensemble chorus.
  3. May 01,  · Scrapple to the Apple by 52nd Street Review "Fifty Second Street was a vocal team made up of Wendy Simon and the late pianist/vocalist Eric Shaw. This CD is a sorely needed often requested reissue from Credible renowned lyricist and producer Ray Passman has assembled a most unique CD here/5(4).
  4. “Scrapple from the Apple” is a melody in F major in which the A section is based on the chord progression of Fats Waller’s “Honeysuckle Rose,” while the B section is constructed on the progression of George Gershwin.
  5. Apr 11,  · The Cook Islands The South Pacific appears on my desktop globe as a swathe of blue speckled with distant dots of land. The 15 Cook Islands are some 2, miles northeast of New Zealand and 3, south of Hawaii. miles east lies the nearest neighbor, Tahiti.
  6. Scrapple from the Apple: Jazz & Poetry Jazz poetry began during jazz’s infancy in the s. Langston Hughes, the first poet especially devoted to jazz, got the idea to use it from Vachel Lindsay, his mentor 1. In the s and 30s, Hart Crane, Carl Sandburg, and Mina Loy were pioneers of jazz poetry.
  7. Here is the Supersax arrangement of 'Scrapple from the Apple' as recorded on the 'Salt Peanuts' record. Like the other Supersax arrangements that we publish this is not a transcription. The original, hand-written manuscript has been used to produce this arrangement. This has been published with the authorization and full support of Med Brand: Jazz Lines Publications.
  8. Scrapple From The Apple was written by the great Charlie “Bird” Parker in either or It is considered one of the classic tunes in the BeBop repertoire. It is a 32 bar form that is AABA. Like many BeBop compositions, the chord structure is “borrowed” from other standard compositions.
  9. Lyrics to 'Scrapple from the Apple' by Charlie Parker. I'm cuttin' out to see the Apple Grab my Alto Sax and I'm back on the road I've practiced everything that's out No doubt I'll be makin' it big Just giggin' with those Cats in New York.

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