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Bill Evans often combined multiple keys in his arrangements of jazz standards.

In his version of “Make Someone Happy,” he plays 1 chorus out front in A major in a slower, rubato style.

At the end of the chorus, he brings in the band with this clever phrase in tempo.

Check it out!

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Sterling Cozza

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