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Funk Dumplin' (ver. 1) by Johnny Coles - Piano Sheets and Free Sheet Music

  
About the Song
The essentials of piano sheet music Most people have the notion that sheet music is a very complicated notation and reading it very difficult. However, this is not true as understanding sheet music piano is just a matter of transcribing the various musical notes written. Uses of sheet music Piano sheet music is nothing but piano notes written in standard notations. You can avail such free sheet music online from various websites. The main use of sheet music piano is to help aspiring musicians recreate the same sequence of notes as performed by the composer of the piece. It is a method where a specific musical composition is recorded in written form using music notes. The ultimate aim of reading sheet music is to recreate the same score in as accurate a manner as is possible.  (More...)    Download this sheet!
About the Artist
Johnny Coles (July 3, 1926, Trenton, New Jersey - December 21, 1997, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) was an American jazz trumpeter. Coles spent his early career playing with R&B groups, including those of Eddie Vinson (1948-1951), Bull Moose Jackson (1952), and Earl Bostic (1955-1956). He was with James Moody from 1956 to 1958, and played with Gil Evans's orchestra between 1958 and 1964, including on the Miles Davis album Sketches of Spain. After this he spent time with Charles Mingus in his sextet which also included Eric Dolphy, Clifford Jordan, Jaki Byard, and Dannie Richmond. Following this he played with Herbie Hancock (1968-1969), Ray Charles (1969-1971), Duke Ellington (1971-1974), Art Blakey (1976), Dameronia, Mingus Dynasty, and the Count Basie Orchestra under the direction of Thad Jones (1985-1986). Coles, nicknamed "Little Johnny C", recorded as a leader several times over the course of his career. He died of cancer in 1997.
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The essentials of piano sheet music Most people have the notion that sheet music is a very complicated notation and reading it very difficult. However, this is not true as understanding sheet music piano is just a matter of transcribing the various musical notes written. Uses of sheet music Piano sheet music is nothing but piano notes written in standard notations. You can avail such free sheet music online from various websites. The main use of sheet music piano is to help aspiring musicians recreate the same sequence of notes as performed by the composer of the piece. It is a method where a specific musical composition is recorded in written form using music notes. The ultimate aim of reading sheet music is to recreate the same score in as accurate a manner as is possible.  (More...)