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Big Band Play Along V04 Jazz Classics
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Big Band Play Along V04 Jazz Classics

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Tenor Saxophone
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Thelonious Monk
Arranger Mark Taylor
Artist Thelonious Monk
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Big Band Play-along
Catalog # 00843095

Price: $14.95

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Product Description

Big Band Play Along V04 Jazz Classics Composed by Thelonious Monk. Arranged by Mark Taylor. Performed by Thelonious Monk. For Tenor Saxophone. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00843095, UPC: 884088196851)

10 great tracks with a play-along CD that lets instrumentalists play as part of a big band. Titles include: Bags' Groove · Blue 'N Boogie · Blue Train (Blue Trane) · Doxy · Four · Moten Swing · Oleo · Song for My Father · Stolen Moments · Straight No Chaser.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BAGS' GROOVE JACKSON,MILT  
BLUE N BOOGIE GILLESPIE/PAPARELLI  
BLUE TRAIN (BLUE TRANE) COLTRANE,JOHN COLTRANE,JOHN  
DOXY ROLLINS,SONNY ROLLINS,SONNY  
FOUR COLTRANE,JOHN DAVIS,MILES  
MOTEN SWING MOTEN/MOTEN  
OLEO COLTRANE,JOHN ROLLINS,SONNY  
SONG FOR MY FATHER SILVER,HORACE SILVER,HORACE  
STOLEN MOMENTS KEYS,ALICIA GREEN/HIATT/KEYS/NEL  
STRAIGHT NO CHASER MONK,THELONIOUS MONK,THELONIOUS  

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