Chapter Seven

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701: Extract from 'Metropolis VIII' from Metropolis (1971) (Westbrook 1999: 2:15 - 5:00)

702: 'Holy Thursday' (11:40 - end) from Bright as Fire (1980) (Westbrook 1991)

703: 'The Fields' (complete) from Bright as Fire (1980)

704 to 706 Extracts from Citadel Room 315 (1974) (Westbrook 2006)

704: 'Finale'

705: 'Bebop De Riguer'

706: 'View From the Drawbridge'

707: 'Toper's Rant' (1981?) by The Brass Band (5:20 - end)

708: 'Toper's Rant', the closing bars from The Cortege (1982) version (Westbrook 1993)

709: 'Golden Slumber', taken from Off Abbey Road (This version recorded at Nuremberg in 1996

Tracks 710 to 719. Extracts from a 2012 performance of On Duke's Birthday (1984)

710: 'On Duke's Birthday 1' Chord sequence (0:50 - 1:40) then with added Smith's Hotel Chord tones (1:40 - 2:30)

711: as above. Piano, Piccolo, Clarinet trio (11:45 - 13:45)

712: as above. Ellington New Orleans section (16:15 - 17:10)

713: 'East Stratford Too Doo'. The opening eleven-note tone-row (0:17 - 0:58)

714: as above. The 16 chords for the row and early alternatives (3:43 - 4:30)

715: as above. The chords alone for improvisation in the style of a romantic ballad. (3:34 - 5:10)

716: as above. The chords and row are played big band 'cool school' jazz style (11:50 - 13:00)

717: as above. The chords, first the row then a new melodic line played latin style (25:40 - 27:00)

718: as above. The row and a second melody line are played with no chords (7:04 - 8:00)

719: as above. The row, plus Smith's Hotel Chords used 'chord modally' (0:00 - 3:33)