Pianist Sandro Gegechkori gave an audience a treat to a fabulous jazz improvisation on Mozart’s ‘Rondo Alla Turca’ inspired by Fazil Say’s. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart; Arranged by Fazil Say: ALLA TURCA JAZZ, Paperback Book, Piano, and thousands more titles. ejazzlines has the best selection. Editor or Arranger: Fazil Say Composer: Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Based on the final movement of Mozart’s Rondo Alla Turca, this arrangement by Turkish.
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Alla Turca Jazz fazil Say
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This jazz version of Mozart’s ‘Rondo Alla Turca’ is cooler than you’re expecting – Classic FM
This is awesome and funny at the same time. Doesn’t make sence’ to me though?. Maybe copy and pasted a chord??
Maybe it is to loop the song again entirely and might be optional. You weren’t the one that wrote this just so you know. I know you didnt want anyone to figure out.
But this isn’t really Jazz, this is more like southern gospel style in a minor key. I remeber the person here on musescore that actually wrote this but he deleted his account. Wow This comment Has a lot of replies.
Well I am glad he kept it around! Dude This the legend!
Just saying, but it was actually Fazil Say who wrote this variation. Just so you know, jasz means yes not yeah. You Are Right ‘FranzLiszt’.
Alla Turca Jazz
But I could understand ‘yes’ “yea” Being there in a Way of ‘wall’ was talking at the same time as You. Just say Fazip weren’t the one that wrote this just so you know. I know you didn’t want anyone ‘yea,’ to figure out. But this isn’t really Jazz, this is more like southern gospel style in Do you see What I mean?