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Belwin Jazz Combo Collection
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Belwin Jazz Combo Collection

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Trombone
Arranger Dave Wolpe
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Belwin Jazz
Catalog # 24878

Price: $8.95

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Product Description

Belwin Jazz Combo Collection Arranged by Dave Wolpe. For Trombone. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 24878, UPC: 038081272146)

Celebrate Mozart's 250th anniversary with a jazz chart! Mike Lewis arranged Mo zart's 40th Symphony using a swing feel with no individual solos---just plenty of ensemble. The brass range is accessible, the rhythms are easy, and this ch art bounces the melody back and forth between sections. Add the string players to this chart; check out the optional string parts for violin, viola, and cel lo plus all the regular optional wind parts.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
Alexander's Ragtime Band Berlin,Irving  
How High The Moon Lewis,Morgan  
Lulu's Back in Town  
Prelude to A Kiss Ellington,Duke  
Skylark Carmichael,Hoagy  
Stars Fell on Alabama Perkins,Frank  
Stompin' at The Savoy (Instrumental Vers Goodman,Benny;Samps  
Too Close For Comfort Bock,Jerry;Holofcen  
You Stepped Out Of A Dream Brown,Nacio Herb  
You'd Be So Nice to Come Home To from So Porter,Cole  

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