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Dixieland Beat Oldies But Goodies

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Voicing/Format Tenor Saxophone
Composer Ellington/Mills
Arranger Zep Meissner
Publisher Belwin Mills Publishing Corp
Series Jazz Ensemble
Catalog # 11660X

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Dixieland Beat Oldies But Goodies Composed by Ellington/Mills. Arranged by Zep Meissner. For Tenor Saxophone. Published by Belwin Mills Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 11660X, UPC: 029156617351)

Contents: When My Sugar Walks Down the Street * Dixie Down Beat * Who's Sorry Now? * It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) * I Can't Give You A nything But Love * New Orleans Masquerade * Randolph Street Strut * Leavin' To wn * Blizzard Head Blues * Coney Island Washboard * Louella.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLIZZARD HEAD BLUES PROCTOR,THOM  
CONEY ISLAND WASHBOARD PROCTOR,THOM  
DIXIE DOWN BEAT PROCTOR,THOM  
I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE PROCTOR,THOM  
IT DON'T MEAN A THING (IF IT AIN'T GOT T PROCTOR,THOM ELLINGTON/MILLS  
LEAVIN' TOWN PROCTOR,THOM  
LOUELLA PROCTOR,THOM  
NEW ORLEANS MASQUERADE PROCTOR,THOM  
RANDOLPH STREET STRUT PROCTOR,THOM  
WHEN MY SUGAR WALKS DOWN THE STREET PROCTOR,THOM AUSTIN/MCHUGH/MILLS  
WHO'S SORRY NOW PROCTOR,THOM  

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