The Making of “A Day in the Life”


Great piece on the making of “A Day in the Life” by The Beatles. Here’s a telling quote on the limits of sheet music, even among some of the highest caliber players (from the Royal Philharmonic & the London Symphony orchestras):

George Martin still looked dubious. “The problem,” he explained, “Is that you can’t ask classical musicians of that caliber to improvise and not follow a score- they’ll simply have no idea what to do.”

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