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#1 2005-10-30 15:46:16

Moran from Planet X
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Albert Ayler's "Change Has Come"

I suppose this is aimed right at Tairaku, but I thought it would be an interesting question and might spur other questions and ideas:

Has Albert Ayler's "Change Has Come" ever been transcribed into Kinko notation? (I can't read Western 5-line worth a darn and really like Kinko notation).

I noticed that it is on two of Brian Tairaku Ritchie's CDs and it sounds like such a natural piece for shakuhachi.

Last edited by Chris Moran (2005-10-30 15:46:38)


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#2 2005-10-30 19:31:05

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Re: Albert Ayler's "Change Has Come"

I used western notation when I learned it. I kept the melody line, but changed the phrasing from 3/4 to a mixture of 3/4 and 4/4 played rubato.


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