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Ethan Iverson
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Ethan Iverson 8h
Replying to @TomMattaBigBand
Yep. (Music theory is bunk.)
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Ethan Iverson 9h
Replying to @adamneelybass
Thanks for the tweet!! 🎹I kept thinking about this and wrote a technical missive for my students
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Ethan Iverson 10h
Replying to @ethan_iverson
I got interested enough in all this to write up a teaching post for my students:
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Replying to @MarkleBlake
Yes indeed!
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Ethan Iverson 19h
Replying to @pvtol
Yes! My gigs are on the front page of DTM, I'm updating regularly. Also you can subscribe to my Newsletter
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Ethan Iverson Jun 16
Happy Father’s Day 😉
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Ethan Iverson Jun 16
I’m against fining a college multiple millions for just about anything, but this is quite the thread
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Ethan Iverson Jun 15
Today: Jazz te Gast!
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Ethan Iverson Jun 14
Replying to @BrianPr00657335
Oh of course. I mean any “jazz chord symbol” of almost any description would confound a 19th century theorist. I just mean the vertical collection of notes is the same
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JazzTimes Magazine Jun 14
Dig our review of the , which featured Carla Bley and Ethan Iverson.
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Ethan Iverson Jun 14
Replying to @ethan_iverson
Various interesting citations have turned up in the thread. For fun, here are two sustained and exposed examples from 19th c piano lit, Liszt's "Vallee d'Obermann"
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Ethan Iverson Jun 14
H'mm....Maybe? Not for the blowing though
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Ethan Iverson Jun 14
Indubitably true — but also more like natural voice-leading logic than the solid “boom” of Pee Wee
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Heather Sessler Jun 14
Somebody write me a song. See requirements below ⬇️
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Ethan Iverson Jun 14
Nice one! Feels like a classical, Brahmsian type of usage, but still valid
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Ethan Iverson Jun 14
Replying to @microtherion
It’s by Tony Williams...maybe a boyfriend? 😉
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Ethan Iverson Jun 14
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Ethan Iverson Jun 14
Replying to @JacobGarchik
Uh. I don’t know a version of Nardis w that chord? Show me! And, as you know, both Brahms and Liszt all used it frequently as a kind of combination of dominant and tonic
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