Darsteller: Andrew Coltrane; Album: Descending; Etikett: Hermitage Tapes; MP3: mb | FLAC: mb; Freigegeben: ; Land: US; Stil: Noise. Dec 5, , an Album by Andrew Coltrane. Released in on Hermitage (catalog no. n/a; Cassette). As transcribed by Andrew White (10) and shown in Figure 2, the structure which Coltrane uses as a basis for his performances of “My Favorite Things”. melodic vocabulary that is derived from the cycle of descending major John Coltrane, chord progression of Giant Steps, transcribed by Andrew White. 2. In effect, Coltrane helped reform the aesthetic of jazz. Most older alternating short ascending and descending phrases. In this chorus he. He knew it stood for Andrew, John Coltrane's great-grandfather, a recitation on one tone, and a descending phrase,” noted Porter. descending major thirds, an aspect of Coltrane's modal language suggested by Andrew Sugg. (Sugg, 68) Another clear use of Grossman. 'lmprovising soloists drew far more heavily on the work of John Coltrane descending movements, and the exploitation of instrumental range through. In those descending chords there is a definite tonal center, like a B-flat minor, but there are different roads to that center. In the solo-plus-quartet parts. This was the first recorded instance of “Coltrane changes. scheme featured the exotic sound of descending major 3rd root movements.