Ethan Iverson at Do The Math points out in a recent (and lengthy, natch) post that in a class he taught at the Banff arts center, all 10 pianists in the class didn’t recognize a recording of “Carolina Shout” by James P. Johnson. Here’s part of what he says about this: Continue reading
Monthly Archives: December 2008
I’ve placed some sheet music of my compositions online:
Look for the section marked “Sheet Music”. They are all in PDF format and I’ll periodically (hopefully) post new tunes there. They are all licensed under a Creative Commons license which specifies what uses are permitted, namely non-commercial uses like playing at jam sessions and in schools. If someone wants to use the tunes in a commercial way, like a recording, they need to contact me first and get my OK. Creative Commons is a way of enhancing a copyright to make it more flexible and internet-friendly while retaining the legal rights granted under existing copyright law.