9 thoughts on “ Little Rootie Tootie

  1. Little Rootie Tootie. Thelonious Monk Trio. January 1, Get a special offer and listen to over 60 million songs, anywhere with Amazon Music Unlimited. Get a special offer and listen to over 60 million songs, anywhere with Amazon Music Unlimited. Renews automatically. New subscribers only.
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  5. By this time, Monk had revised and renamed “Little Rootie Tootie” in tribute to his son, Thelonious, Jr., who was two years old at the time. He earned the nicknmame “Toot” after Little the Tugboat” from a favorite Walt Disney cartoon based on children book of the same name; young Thelonious learned to whistle like “Little Toot” before he learned to talk.
  6. "Little Rootie Tootie" is such an interesting and fun piece of music, because the [A] sections are essentially "rhythm changes" but Monk chose to employ a vi7 chord as minor, and not the usual dominant 7th chord(VI7) that most composers and players would use.
  7. Little Rootie Tootie (少し Rootie トゥーティー) ハンク ・ ウィリアムズ からのより多くのアルバム Jambalaya (ジャンバラヤ).
  8. Little Rootie Tootie-First recorded on October 15, (Prestige ), was named for Monk’s son, Thelonious, Jr., who was two years old at the time. He earned the nickname "Toot" after "Little Toot the Tugboat" from a favorite Walt Disney cartoon; young Thelonious learned to whistle-like "Little Toot"-before he learned to talk.

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