Poetry Books by Herbie Hancock

Herbie Hancock Books, Herbie Hancock poetry book Verve Authors: Richard Havers
Published Date: 2013
Categories: Antiques & Collectibles
Chronicles the history of the seminal jazz label founded by Norman Granz.

Herbie Hancock Books, Herbie Hancock poetry book Reaching Beyond Authors: Herbie Hancock, Daisaku Ikeda, Wayne Shorte
Published Date: 2018-03-07
In Reaching Beyond, Buddhist thinker and activist Daisaku Ikeda explores the origins, development, and international influence of jazz with legendary artists Herbie Hancockand Wayne Shorter.Reflecting on their lives and careers, Mr. Hancock and Mr. Shorter sharethe lessons they have learned from their musical mentors, including MilesDavis and Art Blakey, and how the Buddhist philosophy they've learnedfrom President Ikeda over the past forty years deeply resonates with theemancipatory spirit of jazz.These wide-ranging conversations include such thought-provoking topics as: â [ Music's mission for peace in a time of discord â [ The importance of the artist's spiritual growth â [ The Buddhist concept of changing poison into medicine â [ Ways to make the ''ideal America'' a reality for everyoneReaching Beyond offers positive new ideasfor musicians and nonmusicians alike.

Herbie Hancock Books, Herbie Hancock poetry book The Herbie Hancock collection Authors: Herbie Hancock
Publisher: Hal Leonard Corporation
Published Date: 2002
Categories: Music
(Artist Transcriptions). One of American music's most gifted and eclectic artists, Hancock's talent as a pianist and composer is highlighted in these 8 note-for-note solo piano transcriptions of his performances. Includes: Autumn Leaves (Les Feuilles Mortes) * Butterfly * Cantelope Island * Dolphin Dance * Maiden Voyage * 'Round Midnight * Speak like a Child * and Watermelon Man, plus a biography.

Herbie Hancock Books, Herbie Hancock poetry book Possibilities Authors: Herbie Hancock, Lisa Dickey
Publisher: Viking Adult
Published Date: 2014-10-23
Categories: Biography & Autobiography
The legendary jazz musician and composer reflects on his seven decades in music, tracing his early years as a musical prodigy and work in Miles Davis' second quintet to his multigenre explorations and collaborations with fellow artists. 50,000 first printing. Illustrations. Tour.

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The waters chased him as he fled,
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