Herbie Hancock – I Have a Dream – Transcription by Joe Gilman

Here is a beautifully done transcription of Herbie Hancock’s “I Have a Dream” by pianist and educator, Joe Gilman. This includes horn parts and full arrangement (no solos).

I_Have_a_Dream Transcription

Check out Joe Gilman on our contributors page: http://jazzpianoconcepts.com/about-our-contributers/

And in this video with Bobby Hutcherson:

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About Noah Kellman

I am a hard-working and devoted pianist, composer, songwriter, blogger, arts management student, self-marketer, and entrepreneur who happens to also be obsessed with creating art, connecting with people, watching Tim Burton movies, and many other things. I started playing piano around the age of three when my dad started teaching me to play some of the simpler Beethoven, Chopin and Mozart pieces for piano. I think the first song I ever learned was Für Elise. My ear ended up being far better than my reading skill (an unfortunate circumstance that continues today), and the many teachers I studied with in my youth allowed me to play only music that I could read. I ended up truly disliking most of these simple tunes in lesson books, and finally quit the piano until I discovered jazz in 5th grade when I heard the 315 All Stars, an incredible Syracuse, NY high school jazz ensemble that existed back in the day. From there on out, it’s all a blur. I studied with Rick Montalbano for the next 8 years, all the while meeting hundreds of incredible musicians and friends who I still love today. My freshman year of college, I attended The Brubeck Institute in Stockton, California. It proved to be an incredible year and really helped me develop as an artist. I am now a senior Arts Management major at SUNY Purchase College, in Purchase, NY.

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