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Best of Belwin 1st Trombone
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Best of Belwin 1st Trombone

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Voicing/Format Trombone
Publisher Belwin Mills Publishing Corp
Catalog # 34328

Price: $9.95

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Best of Belwin 1st Trombone For Trombone. Published by Belwin Mills Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 34328, UPC: 038081381985)

This value collection features ten outstanding big band jazz ensemble arrangem ents at the medium difficulty level. The charts are written by experienced edu cational jazz arrangers and composers in a variety of styles and tempos: swing , ballad, and jazz-rock. Books are available for full instrumentation---5/4/4/ 4, plus optional books for flute, horn in F, 1st /2nd /3rd baritone horn T.C., and tuba. The conductor book includes full-length recordings of all arrangeme nts to listen to, study, and use as a resource. Titles: Get it On, Greensleeve s, Jumpin' at the Woodside, Just in Time, Lester Leaps In, My Foolish Heart, O h, Lady be Good!, On Green Dolphin Street, Summertime and This Can't be Love.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
Get It On Chase,Bill;Richards  
Greensleeves Yasinitsky,Gregory  
Jumpin' at The Woodside (Instrumental)  
Just in Time from Bells Are Ringing Styne,Jule  
Lester Leaps In  
My Foolish Heart Young,Victor  
Oh Lady Be Good Gershwin,George  
On Green Dolphin Street Kaper,Bronislau  
Summertime from Porgy And Bess Gershwin,George;Hey  
This Can't Be Love from The Boys from Sy Rodgers,Richard  

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