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Exciting Dixieland

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Drums
Composer Various
Publisher Columbia Pictures Publications
Series Combo
Catalog # TBB0189

Price: $7.95

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Product Description

Exciting Dixieland Composed by Various. For Drums. Published by Columbia Pictures Publications. (Catalog # TBB0189, UPC: 029156116779)

Original arrangements for Dixieland Band! Titles include: When My Sugar Walks Down the Street (All the Little Birdies Go Tweet, Tweet, Tweet) * The New Dixi eland Parade * Little Rock Getaway * It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got th at Swing) * Sunday Washington and Lee Swing * Skeleton Jangle * Tiger Rag * Wh en You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles Back at You) * I Can't Give You Anyt hing but Love * Lazy Daddy * Maryland, My Maryland.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE FIELDS/MCHUGH  
IT DON'T MEAN A THING (IF IT AIN'T GOT T ELLINGTON/MILLS  
LAZY DADDY PS  
LITTLE ROCK GETAWAY CLAR SULLIVAN/SIGMAN  
MARYLAND MY MARYLAND RANDALL,JAMES R.  
NEW DIXIELAND PARADE  
SKELETON JANGLE PS  
SUNDAY  
TIGER RAG (HOLD THAT TIGER)(ORIGINAL DIX  
WASHINGTON AND LEE SWING/PD  
WHEN MY SUGAR WALKS DOWN THE STREET MILLS/MCHUGH  
WHEN YOU'RE SMILING FISHER/GODDWIN/SHAY  

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