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The Best Of Steely Dan (Transcribed Score)
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The Best Of Steely Dan (Transcribed Score)

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Voicing/Format Instrumental Ensemble
Desc 2nd Edition
Composer Becker/Fagen
Arranger Steely Dan
Artist Steely Dan
Publisher M C A Music
Series Transcribed Score
Catalog # 00675200

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The Best Of Steely Dan (Transcribed Score) Composed by Becker/Fagen. Arranged by Steely Dan. Performed by Steely Dan. For Instrumental Ensemble. Published by M C A Music. (Catalog # 00675200, UPC: 073999752007)

Original scores for 11 songs from this highly acclaimed jazz/rock supergroup: Aja · Deacon Blues · Hey Nineteen · My Old School · Peg · Reeling in the Years · Rikki Don't Lose That Number · Time Out of Mind · and more. Features note-for-note transcriptions for guitar, bass, keyboards, synthesizers, drums, percussion and vocals.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AJA STEELY DAN BECKER/FAGEN  
BLACK FRIDAY STEELY DAN BECKER/FAGEN  
DEACON BLUES STEELY DAN BECKER/FAGEN  
DO IT AGAIN STEELY DAN BECKER/DE SYLVA/FAGE  
HEY NINETEEN STEELY DAN BECKER/FAGEN  
KID CHARLEMAGNE STEELY DAN BECKER/FAGEN  
MY OLD SCHOOL STEELY DAN BECKER/FAGEN  
PEG STEELY DAN BECKER/FAGEN  
REELING IN THE YEARS STEELY DAN BECKER/FAGEN  
RIKKI DON'T LOSE THAT NUMBER STEELY DAN BECKER/FAGEN  

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