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Gary's Waltz (ver. 1) by Gary McFarland - Piano Sheets and Free Sheet Music

  
About the Song
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About the Artist
Gary McFarland (October 23, 1933 - November 3, 1971)[1] was an influential composer, arranger, vibraphonist and vocalist, prominent on Verve and Impulse! Records during the 1960s, when he made "one of the more significant contributors to orchestral jazz".[1] He attained a small following after working with Bill Evans, Gerry Mulligan, Johnny Hodges, John Lewis, Stan Getz, Bob Brookmeyer, and Anita O'Day.[1] As well as his own albums and arrangements for other musicians he composed the soundtrack to the film "13" (also known as "Eye Of The Devil"). By the end of the 1960s he was moving away from jazz towards an often wistful or melancholy style of instrumental pop, as well as producing the recordings of other artists on his Skye Records label (run in partnership with Gábor Szabó and Cal Tjader until its bankruptcy in 1970). McFarland was considering a move into writing and arranging for film and stage when, on November 3, 1971, he was poisoned by a drink spiked with methadone in a New York City bar. [1]
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How to locate free sheet music easily If you want to learn how to play piano then having access to free sheet music can be an inexpensive and great way to learn! There are plenty of websites online, which offer you high quality sheet music free. Here are some ways you can locate these sources for your benefit. The concept of free If a site provides sheet music, which you can download and print without any infringement of copyright or violations then this is free sheet music. Some websites may have a prerequisite of attaining membership via subscriptions to newsletters or registering with an account. In order to arrive at sites providing no obligation free sheet music, it may take a bit of effort and patience but the results are worth it!  (More...)