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Giant Steps by John Coltrane. Select the tone you want to play if there is a synced-video, its sound does not change! Do not forget to select a capo position after you select the tone for the easiest fingering positions. Select the capo position. For piano, this represents the virtual transpose key. This does not change the sound but makes playing easier.
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Horizontal lines represents the difficulty of the chord progression for the selected instrument. After you click PRINT button, a pop-up will be displayed be sure not to block pop-ups with your browser. Just right-click and print that pop-up. The wings were made by his father, Daedalus, a skilled craftsman, who earlier in his life designed the famous labyrinth in Crete that held the Minotaur.
Daedalus was held prisoner in Crete and the wings were his only way to escape.
Daedalus warned Icarus not to fly too close to the sun or too close to the ocean, but what teenager listens to his father? Exhilarated by freedom, by his own youth, by the feeling of ight, Icarus soared higher and higher until the wax on his wings melted and he fell into the ocean. Oh, gravity! Sometimes I think it is the law of gravity that truly defines our existence.
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If Icarus were to fly safely—there would be no myth. His tragic death is beautiful. His greatest invention, the wings which allowed a man to fly, was also his greatest failure as they caused the death of his son. If he did, he would realize that the road to freedom leads to its ultimate form—death, which Icarus, with the uncompromising daring of youth, achieves.
The desire for freedom, taken to its extreme, receives its absolute form—a closed circle in which success means failure and freedom means death. The desire to go beyond the boundaries into the ecstatic visionary realm of soaring flight is essentially human. In some ways this desire to transcend the everyday-ness is what it means to be human.