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An Ellington Tribute
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An Ellington Tribute

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Voicing/Format Jazz Ensemble
Composer Ellington/Mills/Parish/Strayhorn
Arranger John Berry
Artist Duke Ellington
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Young Jazz Classics
Grade 3
Catalog # 07011049

Price: $50.00

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Product Description

An Ellington Tribute Composed by Ellington/Mills/Parish/Strayhorn. Arranged by John Berry. Performed by Duke Ellington. For Jazz Ensemble. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 07011049, UPC: 073999173499)

Jazz Classics for the Young Ensemble - Grade 3 This production number for young players offers a perfect way to honor the music of the legendary Duke Ellington Orchestra. This swingin' medley takes you through the well-known standards C-Jam Blues, Sophisticated Lady and of course, Take the A Train.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
C-JAM BLUES ELLINGTON,DUKE  
SOPHISTICATED LADY ELLINGTON,DUKE ELLINGTON/MILLS/PARI  
TAKE THE A TRAIN STRAYHORN,BILLY  

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