Here’s a quick look at how Bill Evans tended to voice his left hand jazz piano chords: usually rootless, with higher degrees. I’ll also share some of Evans’ “classic” voicings, like his voicings of minor 11 or dominant 13th chords. Overall, this video should give you general ideas on how voice these chords in context and into the style of Bill Evans as a whole. I hope you enjoy!
Added Dec 4, 2018: One of the viewers, X YZ, has notated the chords using the online Muse service which is free for all. He has kindly shared the link to his work:
Thanks X YZ, on behalf of myself and the viewers!