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1. Dave Brubeck - Take Five

  • Published: 2010-09-23T17:49:20Z
  • By error631
Dave Brubeck - Take Five

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2. Dave Brubeck Quartet - Take Five (1966)

Dave Brubeck Quartet - Take Five (1966)

Recently, we lost a jazz legend. Thanks for the amazing music, Mr. Brubeck. I hope you are still trading fours somewhere.

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3. DAVE BRUBECK - TAKE FIVE

DAVE BRUBECK - TAKE FIVE

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4. Dave Brubeck - Take Five

Dave Brubeck - Take Five

Solo piano version played by Tim Croston. Originally from the album 'Time Out', recorded by the Dave Brubeck Quartet in 1959.

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5. Dave Brubeck -Take Five

  • Published: 2010-10-27T19:29:46Z
  • By i0annaA
Dave Brubeck -Take Five

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6. The Dave Brubeck Quartet feat Karl. Jon - Take Five

The Dave Brubeck Quartet feat Karl. Jon - Take Five

I don't own the copyright Rest In Peace Dave! DOWNLOAD LINK: http://www.mediafire.com/?hafkdnhvc7d... Here is a new Remix in late 2012. Share the video to your best friends :) The song is sampled from dave brubeck - Take Five. Dave Brubeck Quartet feat Karl. Jon - Take Five Remix. Hope you like it! Check out the links down below. Hope you enjoyed it and stay tuned for more videos comming up soon :))

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7. Paul Desmond - Take Five (Dave Brubeck)

Paul Desmond - Take Five (Dave Brubeck)

Take Five was recorded in 1959 by the Dave Brubeck Quartet with Dave on piano, Paul Desmond on alto sax, Eugene Wright on bass and Joe Morello on drums. Written in 5/4 time, Take Five rose quickly on the charts with its distinctive melody played on the sax, jolting drum solo and use of the unusual 5/4 time. Take Five has been included in countless movies and television soundtracks, and still receives significant radio play.

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8. Dave Brubeck (Take five)

  • Published: 2015-08-19T23:42:38Z
  • By dsther
Dave Brubeck (Take five)

Aqui les comparto otra muestra de mi trabajo. Es un tema de Jazz titulado "Take five" de Dave Brubeck Espero que sea de su agrado y contar con comentarios. Secuenciado en Cakewalk Sonar y masterizado en Mixcraft 7 con el toque de Izotope Alloy 2 Instrumentos usados: -Yamaha Motif XS Grand Piano. -Acoustic Bass de Mixcraft. -Clean Guitar de Guitar Evolution, Strawberry. -Alto Sax de Sample Modeling -Rock Set de Addictive Drums

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9. Dave Brubeck - Take Five

  • Published: 2015-12-19T08:04:02Z
  • By FunkiNova
Dave Brubeck - Take Five

These tracks were edited using the CVP705 and demonstrate the audio capability of the excellent keyboard. I am hoping that Yamaha will address the major weakness of having very limited free available memory after which I would give the keyboard 10/10.

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10. Dave Brubeck - Take Five Setar Cover (Live)

Dave Brubeck - Take Five Setar Cover (Live)

Youtube link : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjaMvu0uolY&list=UUigYPOTIp4SuvwRhRuphXBw facebook link : https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=824377827627131 cover photographer : amir sha'baani

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12. dave brubeck take five

dave brubeck take five

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13. Dave Brubeck-Take Five

Dave Brubeck-Take Five

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14. Take Five

Take Five

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15. Take Five (Dave Brubeck)

  • Published: 2013-06-06T19:50:46Z
  • By 8 Bit Jin
Take Five (Dave Brubeck)

"Take Five" is a jazz piece composed by Paul Desmond and performed by The Dave Brubeck Quartet on their 1959 album Time Out. Recorded at Columbia Records' 30th Street Studio in New York City on July 1, 1959,[1] fully two years later it became an unlikely one-hit wonder and the best-selling jazz single of all time.[2] Written in the key of E-flat minor, it is famous for its distinctive two-chord[3] piano vamp; catchy blues-scale saxophone melody; imaginative, jolting drum solo;[4] and use of the unusual quintuple (5/4) time, from which its name is derived.[5] It was first played by the Quartet to a live audience at the Village Gate nightclub in New York City in 1959. (wikipedia.org)

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16. Dave Brubeck - Take Five

Dave Brubeck - Take Five

Me playing Dave Brubeck - Take Five on Saxophone.

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18. DAVE BRUBECK - TAKE FIVE

DAVE BRUBECK - TAKE FIVE

My MIDI arrangement of Dave Brubeck's famous "Take Five"!

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