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  • Oscar Pettiford - Blues In The Closet 

    3:17

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  • Oscar Pettiford Quartet - Blues in the Closet

    5:45

    Oscar Pettiford Quartet - Blues in the Closet (1958)

    Personnel: Hans Koller (tenor sax), Attila Zoller (guitar), Oscar Pettiford (bass), Kenny Clarke (drums)

    from the album 'MR. PETTIFORD'S CONVALESCENCE' (Manhattan Records)

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  • Pettiford by Larry Grenadier - Backstage at the Barbican Centre

    3:48

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  • Oscar Pettiford Jazz Band 1953 ~ Blues In The Closet

    3:15

    Oscar Pettiford Jazz Band 1953 ~ Blues In The Closet

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  • Blues in the Closet

    5:15

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    Blues in the Closet · Oscar Pettiford

    Grandes Éxitos

    ℗ 2015 Codex

    Released on: 2015-06-23

    Music Publisher: 2015 Codex

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  • The New Oscar Pettiford Sextet

    21:09

    Bass – Charles Mingus
    Cello – Oscar Pettiford
    Drums – Percy Brice
    French Horn – Julius Watkins
    Piano – Walter Bishop
    Tenor Saxophone – Phil Urso

    Recorded in December 1953.


    Photography By (Cover Photo) – Herman Leonard




    A1 The Pendulum At Falcon's Lair 0:00
    A2 Tamalpais Love Song 4:47
    A3 Jack, The Fieldstalker 8:45
    B1 Stockholm Sweetnin' 13:22
    B2 Low And Behold 17:38





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  • Blues in the Closet

    5:36

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    Blues in the Closet · Oscar Pettiford · Oscar Pettiford

    Day After Day

    ℗ 2018 Nagel-Heyer Records GmbH

    Released on: 2018-02-12

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  • Bohemia After Dark

    5:36

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    Bohemia After Dark · Oscar Pettiford

    Volume 2

    ℗ Bethlehem Records

    Released on: 1955-06-01

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  • Tricotism

    4:39

    Oscar Pettiford

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  • Oscar Pettiford Orchestra In Hi Fi

    38:27

    Alto Saxophone – Gigi Gryce
    Baritone Saxophone – Danny Bank (tracks: B1 to B5), David Kurtzer
    Bass – Oscar Pettiford, Whitey Mitchell (tracks: B1 to B5)
    Drums – Osie Johnson
    French Horn – David Amram, Julius Watkins
    Harp – Janet Putnam (tracks: A1 to A5)
    Piano – Tommy Flanagan
    Tenor Saxophone – Jerome Richardson, Lucky Thompson
    Trombone – Jimmy Cleveland
    Trumpet – Arthur Farmer, Ernie Royal


    Recorded: June 11, 12 & 19, 1956, New York City


    Photography By – Hank Parker

    Engineer – Irv Greenbaum

    Producer – Creed Taylor



    A1 The Pendulum At Falcon's Lair 0:00
    A2 The Gentle Art Of Love 3:02
    A3 Not So Sleepy 6:39
    A4 Speculation 11:31
    A5 Smoke Signal 15:38
    B1 Nica's Tempo 19:56
    B2 Deep Passion 23:46
    B3 Sunrise-Sunset 27:29
    B4 Perdido 31:30
    B5 Two French Fries 35:35




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  • John Patitucci, bass - Bohemia After Dark by Oscar Pettiford - Chelsea Music Festival NYC - 2011June

    7:05

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  • Oscar Pettiford with Coleman Hawkins

    2:04

    Oscar Pettiford with Coleman Hawkins

  • Oscar Pettiford

    2:04

    Oscar Pettiford · Charles Mingus

    Epitaph

    ℗ 1990 Sony Music Entertainment Inc.

    Released on: 1990-04-05

    Conductor, Producer: Gunther Schuller
    Producer: Sue Mingus
    Guitar: John Abercrombie
    Producer: John McClure
    Percussion: Daniel Druckman
    Drums: Victor Lewis
    Piano: Sir Roland Hanna
    Piano: John Hicks
    Bass: Reggie Johnson
    Bass: Edwin Schuller
    Alto Saxophone: John Handy
    Alto Saxophone: Jerome Richardson
    Alto Saxophone: Bobby Watson
    Tenor Saxophone: George Adams
    Tenor Saxophone: Phil Bodner
    Baritone Saxophone: Roger Rosenberg
    Baritone Saxophone: Gary Smulyan
    Bassoon: Michael Rabinowitz
    Bass Clarinet: Dale Kleps
    Trumpet: Randy Brecker
    Trumpet: Wynton Marsalis
    Trumpet: Lew Soloff
    Trumpet: Jack Walrath
    Trumpet: Joe Wilder
    Trumpet: Snooky Young
    Trombone: Eddie Bert
    Trombone: Sam Burtis
    Trombone: Paul Faulise
    Trombone: Urbie Green
    Trombone: David Taylor
    Trombone: Britt Woodman

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  • Ellington with Oscar Pettiford and Max Roach 4.23.57

    11:31

    Johnny Hodges and Harry Carney are the front line backed by Ellington/Pettiford/Roach as part of a 1957 NBC broadcast.
    The sound is good and there's a GREAT Oscar Pettiford solo on Perdido that gets cut off during his second chorus.

  • Oscar Pettiford: Willow Weep For Me

    4:05

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    A beautiful bass solo by the great Oscar Pettiford...

    Some super hip right hand three finger magic going on at 1:42

    Album: The Essen Jazz Festival All Stars
    Recorded live in Germany on April 2, 1960

    Oscar Pettiford: Bass
    Bud Powell: Piano
    Kenny Clarke: Drums

    Willow Weep For Me written by Ann Ronell

    Transcribed by Dave Fink

  • OSCAR PETTIFORD & ATTILA ZOLLER June 15, 1959 Austrian TV Appearance

    2:33

  • All The Things You Are - Oscar Pettiford

    4:03

    This is the great bass virtuoso Oscar Petiford from 1959. Here he plays the cello pizzicato style in a jazz format. He was truly one of the greats of modern jazz. This tune is from the album Vienna Blues: The Complete Sessions. I was unable to upload the photo of that album cover so I used this one from his 1957 recording with a full orchestra. My apologies for that.

    Lineup:
    Oscar Petiford: Cello
    Hans Koller: Tenor Sax
    Jimmy Pratt: Drums
    Attila Zoller: Bass

  • Ben Williams Plays Oscar Pettiford

    2:22

    Ben Williams - Bass

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  • OSCAR PETTIFORD - OSCARS BLUES

    43:31

    OSCAR PETTIFORD - OSCAR'S BLUES (QUARTET)



    Oscar Pettiford, was a double-bassist and cellist, especially for being one of Bebop's pioneers.

    B. September 30, 1922 (Okmulgee, Oklahoma)
    D. September 8, 1969 (Copenaghen, Denmark)

    1. Blues In The Closet (alternate)
    2. Cohn's Limit
    3. All The Things You Are
    4. Stalag 414
    5. Vienna Blues
    6. Stardust
    7. There Will Never Be Another You
    8. Oscar's Blues

    Oscar Pettiford (bass,cello) - Hans Koller (tenor sax)
    Attila Zoller (guitar,bass) - Jimmy Pratt (drums)

  • Oscar Pettiford All-Stars - Not So Sleepy

    6:53

    Oscar Pettiford All-Stars - Not So Sleepy (1957)

    Personnel: Donald Byrd (trumpet), Frank Rehak (trombone), Gene Quill (alto sax), John Coltrane (tenor sax), Al Cohn (baritone sax), Eddie Costa (piano), Freddie Green (guitar), Oscar Pettiford (bass), Philly Joe Jones (drums), Harry Tubbs (arrange)

    from the album 'VARIOUS ARTISTS - WINNER'S CIRCLE' (Bethlehem Records)

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  • Stardust

    3:33

    Oscar Pettiford

  • Oscar Pettiford Orchestra In Hi Fi Vol. 2

    29:22

    Oscar Pettiford - bass, cello
    Ray Copeland, Kenny Dorham (B2 & B3), Art Farmer (A1- B1) - trumpet
    Al Grey - trombone
    David Amram, Julius Watkins - French horn
    Gigi Gryce - alto saxophone, arranger
    Benny Golson - tenor saxophone, arranger
    Jerome Richardson - tenor saxophone, flute
    Sahib Shihab - baritone saxophone
    Betty Glamann - harp (A2, A4, B2 & B3)
    Dick Katz - piano
    Gus Johnson- drums


    Recorded: August 23 & 30 and September 6, 1957, New York City


    Photography By (Front Sleeve) – Myron Miller

    Producer – Creed Taylor



    A1 Now See How You Are 0:00
    A2 Laura 5:13
    A3 Aw! Come On 8:55
    A4 I Remember Clifford 12:52
    B1 Somewhere 17:36
    B2 Seabreeze 21:39
    B3 Little Niles 24:39





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    I state here in a good faith that I have made and uploaded here this copy of this copyrighted artwork completely for the purposes of teaching and research, that my action - i.e. my production of the copy of this copyrighted artwork and sharing of it here on Youtube in this particular case - is totally non-profit, and that I believe that my production of this copy of this copyrighted artwork and sharing of it here in Youtube in this particular case can only increase value of this copyrighted artwork and produce only positive effects for this copyrighted artwork in its potential market.

  • Oscar Pettiford jazz bass solo - All the things you are - how to play it - Bass transcription

    1:00

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  • Laverne Walk

    5:16

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    Laverne Walk · Oscar Pettiford

    Lost Recordings By The Late Great Bassist

    ℗ CoolNote

    Released on: 2000-01-01

    Artist: Oscar Pettiford

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  • Oscar Pettiford - Stardust

    5:10

    Recorded March 21st 1954

    With Kai Winding, Al Cohn, Tal Farlow, Henri Renaud, Max Roach

  • Laverne Walk

    5:16

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    Laverne Walk · Oscar Pettiford

    Monmarte Blues

    Released on: 1985-08-31

    Writer: Pettiford

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  • Oscar Pettiford jazz bass solo - The Man I Love - how to play it - C transcription

    55

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  • Dont Squawk

    4:18

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    Don't Squawk · Oscar Pettiford

    Volume 2

    ℗ Bethlehem Records

    Released on: 1955-06-01

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  • The Man I Love

    5:08

    Oscar Pettiford

  • Oscar Pettiford & Friends - Autumn Leaves

    4:41

    Hans Koller (ts,cl), Dusko Goykovich, Roger Guerin (tp), Armin Rusch (p), Oscar Pettiford (b), Michel Hausser (vib), Attila Zoller (g), Jimmy Pratt (ds)
    Album: Oscar Pettiford & Friends / Blues In My Mind Live In Hamburg 1958
    Recorded: Hamburg, December 22, 1958

  • #24 There Will Never Be Another You on Double Bass

    38

    Hi everybody!

    This is my weekly transcription on Double Bass.
    There Will Never Be Another You by Oscar Pettiford in ''Lee Konitz with Warne Marsh'' (1955)
    Write to me if you want the fingered transcription!
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  • Oscar Pettiford Ft. Donald Byrd / Bob Brookmeyer / Gigi Gryce - Another One - Remastered 2016

    36:36

    Videocover of Oscar Pettiford's Remastered Album: Another One
    Remastered 2016

  • #34 - All The Things You Are on Cello

    59

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    All The Things You Are by Oscar Pettiford in Vienna Blues, 1959.
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    I also work a lot on notation software and DAW, write to me if you need to transcribe/copy manuscripts), remote recording, and collaborations.

  • Perdido

    4:05

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    Perdido · Oscar Pettiford

    Essential Jazz Masters

    ℗ 2009 Master Classics Records

    Released on: 2010-02-01

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  • Stardust

    5:08

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    Stardust · Oscar Pettiford

    Oscar Pettiford Sextet

    ℗ 1954, Disques Vogue

    Producer: Leonard Feather
    Recording Engineer: Jerry Newman
    Tenor Saxophone: Al Cohn
    Trombone: Kai Winding
    Guitar: Tal Farlow
    Piano: Henri Renaud
    Drums: Max Roach
    Composer: Hoagy Carmichael

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  • Bohemia After Dark

    5:34

    Oscar Pettiford

  • Tricotism

    7:21

    Enjoy Sgt. 1st Class Regan Brough's arrangement of the classic Oscar Pettiford composition Tricotism played by the rhythm section of The U.S. Army Blues

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    Staff Sgt. James Collins - Piano
    Staff Sgt. Eric Pers - Drums

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  • Oscar Pettiford - Why Not? Thats What!

    7:26

    Oscar Pettiford's 1960 answer tune to Miles Davis's So What, which had borrowed liberally—at least in the bass introduction—from Pettiford's Bohemia in the Dark.
    Recorded July 5 1960 in Copenhagen, Denmark
    Bass – Oscar Pettiford
    Drums – Jorn Elniff
    Piano – Jan Johansson
    Tenor Saxophone – Erik Nordström
    Trumpet – Allan Botschinsky
    Vibraphone – Louis Hjulmand

  • Oscar Pettiford - The Pendulum At Falcons Lair 

    4:48

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  • Oscar Pettiford - Tamalpais Love Song 

    3:58

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  • Oscar Pettiford Bass Line on Thelonious Monks Honeysuckle Rose | Reverb Bass Walk of the Week #9

    3:09

    Thelonious Monk's Honeysuckle Rose wouldn't be the same without Oscar Pettiford's dynamic bass line. Today, Jake is breaking down 8 bars of this tricky walk while giving a quick lesson in the complex musical theory of the great Thelonious Monk.

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  • Oscar Pettiford Orchestra - Smoke Signal

    4:19

    Album: Deep Passion
    Personnel: Oscar Pettiford (bass, cello); Art Farmer, Ernie Royal (tp); Jimmy Cleveland (tb); David Amram, Julius Watkins (frh); Gigi Gryce (as, arr); Lucky Thompson (ts, arr); Jerome Richardson (ts, fl); Danny Bank (baritone saxophone); Janet Putnam (harp); Tommy Flanagan (p); Whitey Mitchell (b); Osie Johnson (ds)
    Recorded: NYC on June 11, 12 & 19, 1956

  • Oscar Pettiford - Stockholm Sweetnin 

    4:17

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  • Oscar Pettifords Tricotism

    2:50

    The famous bass melody by Oscar Pettiford from Lucky Thompson's album Tricotism; Jan 24, 1956; transcribed and played by bassist Thomson Kneeland (the solo is improvisation, NOT Pettiford's solo!); bass melody chart available on

  • Laverne Walk - Oscar Pettiford

    43

    bouncy and roasty head lol, need to get the left hand more efficient too much flailing at the moment!

  • Oscar Pettiford - I remember Clifford

    4:43

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  • Tricotism Oscar Pettiford

    1:04

    #gianlucafraccalvieri #basstranscription #oscarpettiford



    Tempo fa ho deciso di trascrivere il tema di Tricotism perchè non ero convintissimo della versione in Mib presente sul real book 3.
    Dopo un po' di ricerche credo di aver capito che la prima incisione del brano sia quella presente nell'album Oscar Pettiford Modern Quintet del '54... Ed è questa la versione che ho preso in considerazione... Piccola curiosità: in alcune pubblicazioni il brano è presente con altri titoli: Trictrotism o Trictatism.

    Spesso questo tema viene suonato come in una famosa versione di Joe Pass e Niels-Henning Ørsted Pedersen... Va beh io l'ho trascritto, date un'occhiata se vi va!


    Se hai trovato accurata la mia trascrizione e utile il video per imparare il brano lascia un like ed iscriviti al canale, mi darai una motivazione in più per continuare questo tipo di lavori.

  • My little cello - Oscar Pettiford

    3:45

    Oscar Pettiford (bass), Allan Botschinsky (trumpet), Erik Nordström (tenor saxophone), Louis Hjulmand (vibes), Jan Johansson (piano), Jørn Elniff (drums)

  • Willow Weep For Me

    3:03

    Provided to YouTube by Ingrooves

    Willow Weep For Me · Oscar Pettiford

    Montmatre Blues

    Released on: 1997-09-14

    Writer: Ronell

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  • Stardust

    3:32

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    Stardust · Oscar Pettiford

    Volume 2

    ℗ Bethlehem Records

    Released on: 1955-06-01

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