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Authentic Sounds of The Big Band Era

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Trumpet 3
Composer Miller/Parish/Goodman/Kenton/Clinton/Her
Publisher Columbia Pictures Publications
Series Jazz Ensemble
Catalog # TBB0009

Price: $9.99

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Product Description

Authentic Sounds of The Big Band Era Composed by Miller/Parish/Goodman/Kenton/Clinton/Her. For Trumpet 3. Published by Columbia Pictures Publications. (Catalog # TBB0009, UPC: 029156118834)

Contents: Artistry in Rhythm * Chattanooga Choo Choo * The Elk's Parade * Hawa iian War Chant (Ta-Hu-Wa-Hu-Wai) * I'm Coming Virginia * Little Brown Jug * Mo onlight Serenade * My Reverie * One O'Clock Jump * Quaker City Jazz * 720 in t he Books * Sing, Sing, Sing (With a Swing) * So Rare * Song of India * South R ampart Street Parade * Stompin' at the Savoy.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ARTISTRY IN RHYTHM KENTON,STAN  
CHATTANOOGA CHOO CHOO GORDON/WARREN,H  
CHATTANOOGA CHOO-CHOO GORDON/WARREN,H  
ELKS PARADE  
HAWAIIAN WAR CHANT SHAW,ROLAND  
I'M COMING VIRGINIA COOK/HEYWARD  
LITTLE BROWN JUG PS  
MOONLIGHT SERENADE MILLER/PARISH  
MY REVERIE CLINTON,LARRY  
ONE O'CLOCK JUMP BASIE,COUNT  
QUAKER CITY JAZZ  
SEVEN TWENTY IN THE BOOKS  
SING SING SING PS  
SO RARE HERST/SHARPE  
SONG OF INDIA DORSEY/RED BONE  
SOUTH RAMPART ST SATB  
STOMPIN' AT THE SAVOY GOODMAN/RAZAF/WEBB/  

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