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Table of contents

Greg's Title Page

Introduction

Index Song Titles

Song Titles Page Two

A Bossa for Romance

A Bossa for Romance p2

Accessories

Aerfuli

A Man of Being

A Man of Being p2

A Pretty Girl from China

A Pretty Girl from China p2

Anticipation

An Old tune From China

Area Code 416

A Song for a Friend

A Song for a Friend p2

A Waltz for Jazz

A Waltz for Jazz p2

Azul Agra

Being Mellow

Chinese Melody

Cool Outside

Credit

Credit P2

Food Court Walk ACA

Green Apple

Greg's Blues

Groovin In Shenzhen

Grooving In Shenzhen p2

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Guitar Thoughts

Havest

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Having a Drink

Product No. 3065

Suite for Paul Part I

Suite for Paul Part II

Suite for Paul Part III

Suite for Paul Part IV

Suite for Paul Part IV P2

Suite for Paul Part V

Waters Void

You Came Into My Life (Polly)

Artist Set

Greg's Photo in Toronto

Diago Rivera Suite Part I

Diago Rivera Suite Part II

Diago Rivera Suite Part III

Diago Rivera Suite Part III p2

Diago Rivera Suite Part IV

Diago Rivera Suite Part V

Diago Rivera Suite Part V p2

Diago Rivera Suite Part VI

Diago Rivera Suite Part VI P2

Diago Rivera Suite Part VII

Diago Rivera Suite Part XIII

Diago Rivera Suite Part VIII p2

Diago Rivera Suite Part IX

Diago Rivera Suite Part IX p2

Diago Rivera Suite Part X

Blues for Today

Every Day Remedies

Every Day Remedies p2

Home From Work

Instant

Instant p2

Jazz at the Food Court ACA

Jazz China

Jilean

Joy of Being

Jumping

Just Another Tune

Just Playing My Horn

Keeping Life Slow

Like That Tune

Marking

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Matching Key

Melody China

Mixing It

Nice Day

No Se, Que Pasa

On The Bus In Shenzhen

On The Bus In Shenzhen p2

Paz Para Chiapas

P.R. Joe

P. R. Joe p2

Rolling Along

Rolling Along p2

Rub A Dub

Running Up and Down

Running

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Sandra

Saturday Morning

Searching for the Blues

Set Two

So Happy So Dad

So Happy So Dad p2

Staying With It

Still Trying To Get It Right

Swinging Down China Lane

Swinging with Dom

Taking it Easy

The Black Widow

The Blues in Acapulco

The Horn

Time for Thought

Trade Mark

Walmer Rd by Greg Henry Waters

About Greg Henry Waters (All Songs Composed by Greg Henry Waters

All rights Reserved GHW 2007 for all songs!


Author: Greg Henry Waters

E-mail: gwatersusa@gmail.com

Homepage: http://www.greghenrywaters.com/

Performing Rights Form http://www.greghenrywaters.com/performingrights.pdf

Member BMI

Further information:
Please contact me for special arrangements or special concerts. 917-529-5915 Also, special song book two at   http://www.greghenrywaters.com/musicbooktwo
This book has the original copies not computer generated.

Sample recordings are here for some songs not all!

http://www.greghenrywaters.com/mp3/

You can perform the songs with your version.  You can change the style, ad words, arrange for small or large ensemble.  The idea is to be creative not be a clone of the common man and their low standards and mindless music with no harmony, melody, or developed rhythm.


32 of these songs were written in Toronto, My first set of tunes was written back in 1968 when I was trying to form a group of musicians and perform original music. Later I would compose other series of tunes for different projects. I also wrote the free improvisational music there with no bar lines and no exact rhythm. While in Toronto, I composed most of my classical music.

After I moved to NYC I created my large ensemble of 6 horns and rhythm using the tunes I created in Toronto. This was my most interesting project in jazz.

Later in NYC I started my TV show and created music for that, Latin series of tunes, New Music ensemble tunes, Children's Suite, Diago Rivera Suite, Bach Suite for Jazz Ensemble and The New York Jazz Sonata and I produced my two LPs in NYC too.

While I was in Acapulco, Mexico, I created some avant guard disco music and fusion music with the computer. Later when I was working in a club I composed songs for the group. But again it was very difficult to get the performance level I wanted. I

While in China I created the Chinese Jazz Tunes from folk melodies from China. China has a rich musical culture both native and modern. Although it only exist I believe in Shanghai and Beijing. The other cities have limited exposure.

Back in NYC I created a lot of CDS from traditional tunes. I just believe I should not exclude traditional music.


I left out tempo markings and style so you can come up with your own style and feeling. Please do not be a copy cat musician just to please the public. Music is about art not about just pleasing others. The shame of it all is that musicians never get to decide the level. It is never about the music always about other issues.

Thank You Greg Henry Waters