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My Favorite Things - John Coltrane
Listening attentively to My Favorite Things played by John Coltrane, soprano saxophone (ss); McCoy Tyner, piano (p); Steve Davis, bass (b); and Elvin Jones, drums (d); and address the following questions:

- Provide counter numbers for the beginnings and ends of the solos by McCoy Tyner and John Coltrane. (The order of solos in this piece is: Coltrane (melody), Tyner, Coltrane.)
Tyner plays the A section and then "vamps" with the pedal point in the bass before he begins to solo. A vamp is when one or two chords are repeated, usually with a pedal point. Coltrane also states the A section in his solo. Describe their solo styles.
- Listen to Tyner and Coltrane phrase or create musical lines over the chord changes. Do Tyner and Coltrane solo on the chord changes of the melody? Do you recognize the modal characteristics of these solo sections? Try to include some detail.
- Describe the rhythmic feel of drummer Elvin Jones and bassist Steve Davis during Coltrane's solo. Would you describe the style of these soloists as bop, hard bop, modal, elements of all or something else? Explain in detail using what you’ve learned from the Lessons about these particular styles.

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John Coltrane’s “My Favorite Things” is a triple meter rendition of the song from the musical The Sound of Music featuring John Coltrane on soprano saxophone, McCoy Tyner on piano Elvin Jones on drums, and Steve Davis on Bass.
This piece begins minor with an intro followed by the piano vamp that leads to the first solo by Coltrane on soprano sax. The first melody is minor, but other times it’s in the major. After two verses, the piano vamps on a major sonority while Coltrane solos. This major vamp...

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