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  "Seriously Deep" by Eberhard Weber

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 HalfNelson
  
"Seriously Deep" by Eberhard Webersubmitted:
2021/09/03 17:46:32
revised:
2021/09/24 07:34:05



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Transcribed from Eberhard Weber's "Yellow Fields" (ECM, 1976).
Revised Sep. 20 2021

- Ville -















 
 Dzjang
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Great tunesubmitted:
2021/09/05 10:36:04
revised:
2021/09/07 13:05:29


Great song. I truly believe the tune is in 8/4 divided into 3-3-2, reflecting Charlie Marianoís and Eberhard Weberís fascination for Indian music.
I made the tune in Band in a Box, and think 3/4 doesnít cut it. In the B part you suggest 3/4 and 5/4, thatís much closer to what they are doing.
Nevertheless, nice tune, fine transcription.
Oh yeah, if you want the mgu-file (chords and melody for biab) you can find it in my blog, just search seriously deep, :) you can download it for free.
https://youtube.com/watch?v=GCegTfuW6rU&feature=share


















 
 Dzjang
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Re:submitted:
2021/09/13 08:02:45
revised:
2021/09/13 09:37:09


Count 123-123-12 inside 4/4: notating in Band in a Box is sadly only possible in 3/4 or 4/4.

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 HalfNelson
  
Re:submitted:
2021/09/15 19:35:28
revised:
2021/09/15 19:36:11


Thanks Dzjang!

The repeating 3/4 + 5/4 metric pattern in my chart is based on the harmonic rhythm. As you told, it would be more useful to rewrite it as 3/4 + 3/4 + 2/4, which unfolds the metric undercurrent of the tune.

Thanks again for posting your chart.

My best, Ville



 


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