|Author:||Christopher Raschka,Charles Turner|
|Title:||Mysterious Thelonious (Live Oak Music Makers)|
|Format:||docx azw mbr lrf|
|ePUB size:||1806 kb|
|FB2 size:||1720 kb|
|DJVU size:||1239 kb|
|Category:||Arts Music and Photography|
|Publisher:||Live Oak Media; Har/Cas edition (August 1, 2000)|
Mysterious Thelonious. by Christopher Raschka (Author). In his second tribute to a jazz giant, Caldecott Honor Medalist Chris Raschka matches the 12 musical tones of the diatonic scale to the 12 color values of the color wheel, then sets paint strokes for notes and color washes for harmonies, creating an astonishing tribute to musical genius Thelonious Monk.
Charles Turner is a published author and a narrator of children's books.
Mysterious Thelonious. Mysterious Thelonious Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. Are you sure you want to remove Mysterious Thelonious from your list? Mysterious Thelonious. by Christopher Raschka. Published October 2003 by Live Oak Media. African Americans, Biography, Jazz, Juvenile literature, Musicians, Pictorial works, Monk, Thelonious - Pictorial works - Juvenile literature.
Mysterious Thelonious book. Inspired by one of Monk's best-loved compositions, "Mysterioso", Mr. Raschka matched the twelve musical tones of the diatonic scale to the twelve color values of the color wheel, then set paint strokes for notes and color washes for harmonies. There were", the text says of Mr. Monk, "no wrong notes on his piano".
Complete your Thelonious Monk Nonet collection. Published: Sep-1997 (Hardcover). Earphones Award Winner. by Chris Raschka Read by Richard Allen. While music is part of the background of some audiobooks-or used to signal transition points-not until now has music come to life, leapt off the page, been given its due in an audiobook. MYSTERIOUS THELONIOUS is an experiential work, not simply afforded added dimension by the recording, but literally brought to life. Hearing Monk's "Misterioso" is essential to this rich experience.
Making music and transcribing music for me as a hobby has come to an end. This score stands alone, as the most monumental I have written, and as a landmark of what it could have been. If you have the daring to attempt to perform this; be my guest. I put the repeat sign there so the drums wouldn't be completely missing because Musescore doesn't have slashes and I had to make them.