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Bud Powell Classics

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Voicing/Format Piano Folio
Composer Bud Powell
Arranger Richard Tuttobene
Artist Bud Powell
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Artist Transcriptions
Catalog # 00672371

Price: $19.95

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Product Description

Bud Powell Classics Composed by Bud Powell. Arranged by Richard Tuttobene. Performed by Bud Powell. For Piano Folio. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00672371, UPC: 073999262704)

Includes transcriptions of 9 solos by this jazz piano giant: Autumn in New York · Body and Soul · Celia · Cherokee (Indian Love Song) · Dance of the Infidels · Hallucinations · A Night in Tunisia · Ruby, My Dear · Tune for Duke.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AUTUMN IN NEW YORK POWELL,BUD  
BODY AND SOUL POWELL,BUD  
CELIA POWELL,BUD POWELL,BUD  
CHEROKEE (INDIAN LOVE SONG) POWELL,BUD NOBLE,RAY  
CLEOPATRA'S DREAM POWELL,BUD  
COMIN' UP POWELL,BUD  
DANCE OF THE INFIDELS POWELL,BUD POWELL,BUD  
GLASS ENCLOSURE POWELL,BUD  
HALLELUJAH POWELL,BUD  
HALLUCINATIONS POWELL,BUD POWELL,EARL BUD  
JUST ONE OF THOSE THINGS POWELL,BUD  
NIGHT IN TUNISIA,A POWELL,BUD  
RUBY MY DEAR POWELL,BUD MONK,THELONIOUS  
WRITING FOR DUKE POWELL,BUD POWELL,EARL BUD  

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