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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 Trombone
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Thelonious Monk
Arranger Mark Taylor
Artist Thelonious Monk
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Big Band Play-along
Catalog # 00843097

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 Trombone. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00843097, UPC: 884088196875)

10 great tracks with demonstration CD that lets instrumentalists learn their part. 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. Each volume includes: easy-to-read, authentic big band arrangements; professional recordings of all the big band instruments, including the lead part

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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