Bill Evans’ Tricky Diminished Lines on “Israel” (LOTW #119)

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Check out this explosive chorus from Bill Evans on his minor blues tune, “Israel.” He busts out of the gate with a decisive gesture and follows up with some of his signature minor vocabulary. Watch out for his use of chromaticism and the tricky diminished lines sprinkled throughout.

Sterling Cozza

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