Improvisation: Here Comes the Sun

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Richard Grayson is one of the world’s greatest improvisers but he doesn’t play jazz. His chosen idiom is the entirety of classical music from about 1600-1950.  He takes a melody and reinterprets it in a new style, suggested by audience members, in a couple of minutes.

Here’s recent example. Here Comes the Sun (by George Harrison) in the style of Brahms:

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