Chet Baker “There Will Never Be Another You (2)”

Discographic Information

Instrument tp
Total Duration 29.8 s
Position in Track 01:44-02:14
Album Title Let’s Get Lost
Label Giants of Jazz (CD 53100 AAD)
Recording Date 1954-02-15
Line Up Chet Baker (tp); Russ Freeman (p); Carson Smith (b); Bob Neel (dr)
Style COOL
Key F-maj
Signature 4/4
Groove/Feel SWING
Tonality Class FUNCTIONAL
MusicBrainz ID a667cc92-05b9-4fbc-b7d2-2aa554124816
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Chord changes of solo:

A1: ||Fj7   |Fj7   |Em7b5   |A7   |D-7   |D-7   |C-7   |Bb7   ||
B1: ||Bbj7   |Eb7911#   |Fj7   |D-7   |G7   |G7   |G-7   |C7   ||
A2: ||Fj7   |Fj7   |Em7b5   |A7   |D-7   |D-7   |C-7   |F7   ||



Number of Notes 121  
Number of Bars 21 bars  
Number of Choruses 1  
Mean Tempo 169.8 (MEDIUM UP)  
Event Density 4.07 Notes/s  
Metrical Event Density 5.73 Notes/bar  
Median Swing Ratio 1.7:1 Ratio of longer to shorter eighth of beats with binary subdivision.
Metrical Centroid 2+ Mean concentration of events in the bar, rounded and normalized to 4/4.
Syncopicity 28.9 % Share of syncopated notes.
Ambitus 59-77 (18) Min/max and range of MIDI pitches.
Extrema ratio 47.9 % Share of notes with direction reversal (i.e, minima and maxima of pitch contour).

Extended Chordal Diatonic Pitch Class Histogram


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Refined Contour Histogram


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Metrical Circle Map (N=48) Histogram


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Duration Class (Abs. and Rel.) Histogram


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Midlevel Analysis Main Types Histogram


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