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The Best Of Joe Henderson
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The Best Of Joe Henderson

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Voicing/Format Tenor Saxophone
Composer Joe Henderson
Arranger Joe Henderson
Artist Joe Henderson
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Artist Transcriptions
Catalog # 00672330

Price: $22.95

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Product Description

The Best Of Joe Henderson Composed by Joe Henderson. Arranged by Joe Henderson. Performed by Joe Henderson. For Tenor Saxophone. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00672330, UPC: 073999723304)

Transcriptions of 16 of Joe's best-known tunes, including: Afro-Centric · Black Narcissus · El Barrio · Home Stretch · If · If You're Not Part of the Solution, You're Part of the Problem · Inner Urge · Isotope · Jinriksha · The Kicker · Mo' Joe · Power to the People · Punjab · Recorda-Me · A Shade of Jade · Tetragon.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AFRO-CENTRIC HENDERSON,JOE  
BLACK NARCISSUS HENDERSON,JOE HENDERSON,JOE  
EL BARRIO HENDERSON,JOE  
HOME STRETCH HENDERSON,JOE  
IF HENDERSON,JOE  
IF YOU'RE NOT PART OF THE SOLUTION YOU'R HENDERSON,JOE  
INNER URGE HENDERSON,JOE  
ISOTOPE HENDERSON,JOE  
JINRIKISHA HENDERSON,JOE  
JINRIKSHA HENDERSON,JOE  
KICKER,THE HENDERSON,JOE  
MO' JOE HENDERSON,JOE HENDERSON,JOE  
POWER TO THE PEOPLE HENDERSON,JOE LENNON/HENDERSON  
PUNJAB HENDERSON,JOE HENDERSON,JOE  
RECORDA-ME HENDERSON,JOE  
SHADE OF JADE,A HENDERSON,JOE  
TETRAGON HENDERSON,JOE  

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