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Ahmad Jamal Collection

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Artist Ahmad Jamal
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Artist Transcriptions
Catalog # 00672322

Price: $22.95

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Product Description

Ahmad Jamal Collection Performed by Ahmad Jamal. For Piano Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00672322, UPC: 073999723229)

Acclaimed by and influencing Miles Davis, Ahmad Jamal is a pianist noted for his very melodic improvisations. Jamal weaves a seamless musical tapestry in this folio of 10 standards and original compositions. Piano and bass lines are fully transcribed, along with a drum sketch score. Also includes a biography and discography. Includes: Poinciana · But Not for Me · Surrey With the Fringe on Top · Sunoyah · Night Miss Blues · My Flower · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AHMAD'S BLUES JAMAL,AHMAD  
BUT NOT FOR ME JAMAL,AHMAD GERSHWIN/LESTER/GERS  
CANTEEN,THE JAMAL,AHMAD  
FOR MY DAUGHTER JAMAL,AHMAD  
I REMEMBER HOAGY JAMAL,AHMAD  
MY FLOWER JAMAL,AHMAD  
NEW RHUMBA JAMAL,AHMAD  
NIGHT MIST BLUES JAMAL,AHMAD  
POINCIANA (SONG OF THE TREE) JAMAL,AHMAD BERNIER/SIMON  
SUMAYAH JAMAL,AHMAD  
SURREY WITH THE FRINGE ON TOP,THE JAMAL,AHMAD HAMMERSTEIN/RODGERS  

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