Jerome Kern's "Yesterdays" - Andy Wasserman solo piano performance

submitted by Andy Wasserman on 06/28/20 1

Dedicated to George Russell - the epic vertical man of music, innovative figure in the evolution of modern Jazz - that music's only major pan-stylistic theorist (the LCCOTO) - and one of its most profound composers. This a-tempo solo piano arrangement and interpretation of the Jazz classic "Yesterdays" modulates freely and extensively between the 'Four Tonal Level' resources as taught by George Russell in his world-renowned theory of Tonal Gravity entitled "George Russell's Lydian Chromatic Concept of Tonal Organization." (LCCOTO) Maestro Russell delineates the first two Tonal Levels as a "Consonant Nucleus" whereby the 7 tone order is the 'Ingoing Level' while the 8 and 9 tone order resound as the 'Semi-Ingoing Level'. The 10 and 11 tone order are 'Semi-Outgoing', and the 12 tone order (the full 12-tone Lydian Chromatic Scale) is 'Outgoing'. More information on George Russell and his life's work on the LCCOTO can be found at: georgerussell.com/ www.lydianchromaticconcept.com/main.html The fourth and final edition of "The Lydian Chromatic Concept" can be purchased directly from his publishing company "Concept Publishing" at Amazon.com book sales. "Yesterdays" is a 1933 song composed by Jerome Kern, with lyrics by Otto Harbach written for the show "Roberta." More information about Andy Wasserman can be found at his official websites andywasserman.com/ pianolessoncity.com/ Musical artist and educator Andy Wasserman has been giving private music lessons online since 2010 with highly interactive, customized and personalized programs of study via video chat in real-time for students around the world (all ages and all levels). He is one of only a handful of professional musicians certified to teach Lydian Chromatic Concept of Tonal Organization (LCCOTO) lessons for all instruments in improvisation, composition, arranging and analysis by George Russell, the creator and author of this world-renowned pan-stylistic music theory. Detailed information at this link: andywasserman.com/music-theory/george-russell-s-lydian-chromatic-concept Wasserman's primary aim is to maintain the integrity, authenticity and purity of George Russell's life's work by dedicating the transmission of its invaluable innovation explicitly as Russell and his wife Alice Norbury Russell intended it to be shared - thereby respecting and honoring his monumental legacy for future generations. Music visualization graphic design by Andy Wasserman for TransMedia Sound and Music. #lydianchromaticconcept, #privatelessonsonline, #realtimeprivatelessonsvideochat, #andywassermanjazzpiano, #liveinteractiveonlinemusic, #expertSkypemusiclessons, #jazztheoryonline, #solopianoimprovisation, #georgerussell, #tonalgravity, #lydianscales, #lydianconcept, #LCCOTO,

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