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Exciting Sounds of The Big Band Era

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Alto Saxophone 2
Composer Various
Publisher Columbia Pictures Publications
Series Jazz Ensemble
Catalog # TBB0020

Price: $9.99

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Product Description

Exciting Sounds of The Big Band Era Composed by Various. For Alto Saxophone 2. Published by Columbia Pictures Publications. (Catalog # TBB0020, UPC: 029156008401)

Contents: At Last * Back Bay Shuffle * Blues on Parade * Cherokee * Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me * Don't Be That Way * Don't Get Around Much Anymore * E ager Beaver * In a Minor Mood * In a Mist * In the Mood * Johnson Rag * Pennsy lvania 6-5000 * Taking a Chance on Love * Two O'Clock Jump.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AT LAST GORDON/WARREN,H  
BACK BAY SHUFFLE  
BLUES ON PARADE  
CHEROKEE NOBLE,RAY  
DO NOTHIN' TILL YOU HEAR FROM ME ELLINGTON/RUSSELL  
DO NOTHIN' TILL YOU HEAR FROM ME (C) ELLINGTON/RUSSELL  
DON'T BE THAT WAY PARISH/GOODMAN/SAMPS  
DON'T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE ELLINGTON/RUSSELL  
DON'T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE (C) ELLINGTON/RUSSELL  
EAGER BEAVER KENTON,STAN  
IN A MINOR MOOD PS  
IN A MIST PS BEIDERBECKE,BIX  
IN THE MOOD  
JOHNSON RAG HALL/KLEINKAUF/LAWRE  
PENNSYLVANIA 6-5000 GRAY/SIGMAN  
TAKING A CHANCE ON LOVE DUKE/LATOUCHE/FETTER  
TWO O'CLOCK JUMP  

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