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Jason Yarde took jazz, big band and urban grooves and mixed them up into the song Where will it take you?
How does the song work?
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When you have to write a piece of music based on a set of instructions, how easy is it to be inspired? Jason Yarde reveals all…
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The composer is telling a story in music – the instruments are the characters, and the composition is about what happens to them. But the composer has to get your attention first.
As soon as more than one musical sound is being played at a time, the possibilities of harmony open up – of making things more interesting by combining compatible but different notes
Jason Yarde uses the seed rhythm in the main bassline for his song 'Where will it take you?' But it's hidden – a question of feel and displacement...
The intro and the interlude may be nice tunes, but they aren’t the main tunes of Where Will It Take You?
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