John Coltrane “Giant Steps (2)”

Discographic Information

Instrument ts
Total Duration 25.1 s
Position in Track 03:41-04:06
Album Title Giant Steps
Label Atlantic Records (SD 1311)
Recording Date 1959
Line Up Paul Chambers (b); Art Taylor (dr); Tommy Flanagan (p); John Coltrane (ts)
Key Eb-maj
Signature 4/4
Groove/Feel SWING
Tonality Class FUNCTIONAL
MusicBrainz ID cc14d998-bf97-4c94-a835-d4ed9717bc7a
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Chord changes of solo:

A1: ||Bj7 D7 |Gj7 Bb7 |Ebj7   |A-7 D7 |Gj7 Bb7 |Ebj7 F#7 |Bj7   |F-7 Bb7 |Ebj7   |A-7 D7 |Gj7   |C#-7 F#7 |Bj7   |F-7 Bb7 |Ebj7   |C#-7 F#7 ||



Number of Notes 198  
Number of Bars 31 bars  
Number of Choruses 2  
Mean Tempo 299.2 (UP)  
Event Density 7.87 Notes/s  
Metrical Event Density 6.33 Notes/bar  
Median Swing Ratio 1.33:1 Ratio of longer to shorter eighth of beats with binary subdivision.
Metrical Centroid 1+ Mean concentration of events in the bar, rounded and normalized to 4/4.
Syncopicity 28.3 % Share of syncopated notes.
Ambitus 51-75 (24) Min/max and range of MIDI pitches.
Extrema ratio 34.3 % Share of notes with direction reversal (i.e, minima and maxima of pitch contour).

Extended Chordal Diatonic Pitch Class Histogram


Extended Chordal Diatonic Pitch Class is calculated in reference to the underlying chord.

Pitch Class Histogram


MIDI Pitch Histogram


Semitone Interval Histogram


Refined Contour Histogram


Also known as “fuzzy intervals” or interval classification. See here for definition of classes

Metrical Circle Map (N=48) Histogram


Metrical circle maps divides the bar duration into equal sized bins (48 in this case) and maps metrical positions to the corresponding bin. (Labels normalized to 4/4 measure).

Duration Class (Abs. and Rel.) Histogram


Relative duration classes are based on the duration of the beat. Absolute duration classes are based on 120 bpm. See here for a definition of classes.

Midlevel Analysis Main Types Histogram


Midlevel analysis is a qualitative annotation system of playing ideas, with nine different main categories, as defined in our paper

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