This Biography is about Bill Evans including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Bill Evans|
|Real Name||Bill Evans|
|Personal life of Bill Evans|
|Born on||16 August 1929|
|Died At Age||51|
|Born in||Plainfield, New Jersey, United States|
|Died on||15 September 1980|
|Place of death||Fort Lee, New Jersey, United States|
|Family Background of Bill Evans|
|Siblings||Harry Evans (Harold)|
|Education||Southeastern Louisiana University|
|Awards||1968 – Grammy award
1971 – Grammy award
|Personal Fact of Bill Evans|
William John Evans was an American Jazz pianist, composer and a pioneer of multi-track jazz recordings. Classically trained on flute, violin and piano, he chose jazz piano (specifically the jazz piano trio) as the instrument to exhibit his talent in music and demonstrated various techniques of rhythms through his several compositions. Evans is considered to be the major reformer of the harmonic language of jazz piano.
His use of impressionistic harmony and polyrhythmic melodic lines inspired many pianists of his generation. His improvisations were completely dependent on motive development, either melodically or rhythmically. Evans greatly valued Bach’s music, which had a huge impact on his playing style.
Many of his compositions have been played and recorded by several other artists. Although he always focused on improvisation, he never included new movements such as jazz fusion or free jazz in his compositions. He is considered to be the most influential pianist during post-World War II period.