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Chicago Review Press. Q : December 8, Federazione Industria Musicale Italiana. It turns out to be all that we just listed, and more. The sheet with the most information is reproduced here. At the very top, Coltrane writes the title of the piece and the instrumentation: tenor saxophone, one other horn, and rhythm section.
As much saxophone as he played, we thought the LAST thing he needed was another saxophone player! So in addition to the second wind instrument, he also envisioned an expanded rhythm section.
And on the second of two days of recording, he did add Art Davis as a second bassist. All in all, he had in mind a big sound. Then he outlines what will happen musically. Instead, he decided to go up a half step to F, which makes it a more positive motion. He clearly is not referring to the tenor saxophone keys, because he specifies bass and piano, which are in concert key, and because the saxophone key of Eb would mean a concert key of Db.
More on this later. But it later became clear, just by listening closely, that both voices belong to Coltrane. We can now confirm that, as we hear him overdubbing his own voice on CD 2, tracks 1 and 2 of the 3-CD set. Now, this is confusing! Another possibility is that he was thinking of the tenor sax key — if everybody else was in Eb, the sax would have been in F but not the voices. So he had already composed the piece, but it was not yet part of the suite. Coltrane soars with nothing but gratitude and joy.
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Pursuance Part 3 4. Psalm Part 4. Acknowledgement Part 1 - live 3. Resolution Part 2 - live 4. I feel this has been granted through His grace. As time and events moved on, a period of irresolution did prevail. This album is a humble offering to Him.
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