Artist : Roland Dyens. Danse caracterielle et bachianinha. By : Roland Dyens. Etude No. Sor: 24 Very Easy Exercises, Op. Concerto metis: III.
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This article is about the Dizzy Gillespie song. Roland Dyens October 19, — October 29, was a French  classical guitarist, composer, and arranger, considered as the greatest guitarist and composer for guitar of the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Life and career Dyens was born in Tunisia and lived most of his life in Paris. Frank Paparelli credited ' A Night in Tunisia'is a written by around —2 while Gillespie was playing with the band.
It has become a. It is also known as 'Interlude', Gillespie called the tune 'Interlude' and said 'some genius decided to call it 'Night in Tunisia'.
He said the tune was composed at the piano at Kelly's Stables in New York. He gave Frank Paparelli co-writer credit in compensation for some unrelated transcription work, but Paparelli had nothing to do with the song. On the album, introduced his cover version with this statement: 'At this time we'd like to play a tune that was written by the famous Dizzy Gillespie. I feel rather close to this tune because I was right there when he composed it in Texas on the bottom of a garbage can.
The B section is notable for having an unresolved minor, since the chord progression of the B section is taken from the B section of the standard 'Alone Together, ' causing the V chord to lead back into the Sub V of the A section. Like many of Gillespie's tunes, it features a short written introduction and a brief interlude that occurs between solo sections — in this case, a twelve-bar sequence leading into a four-bar for the next soloist.
Cover versions. The liner notes say, 'The Texas department of sanitation can take a low bow.
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A Night in Tunisia
It has become a jazz standard. It is also known as "Interlude". He said the tune was composed at the piano at Kelly's Stables in New York. He gave Frank Paparelli co-writer credit in compensation for some unrelated transcription work, but Paparelli had nothing to do with the song. On the album A Night at Birdland Vol.