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First Encounter For Jazz Ensemble

First Encounter For Jazz Ensemble

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Alto Saxophone 2
Composer Various
Arranger Feldstein/Cook
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Series Jazz Ensemble
Catalog # EL9638
Permanently Out of Print
Unavailable for Digital Delivery

Product Description

First Encounter For Jazz Ensemble Composed by Various. Arranged by Feldstein/Cook. For Alto Saxophone 2. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # EL9638, UPC: 029156207835)

This is an outstanding collection of very easy jazz ensemble arrangements, con taining original music and standards in a variety of styles. From blues (slow and fast) to rock, Latin to ballad, there is a title for every program. There are also four Duke Ellington tunes that every audience knows and loves.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BLUES FOR BUBBA COOK,PAUL FELDSTEIN,SANDY  
C JAM BLUES COOK,PAUL ELLINGTON,DUKE  
COZY COOK,PAUL COOK,PAUL  
DO NOTHIN' TILL YOU HEAR FROM ME (C) COOK,PAUL ELLINGTON/RUSSELL  
DON'T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE (C) COOK,PAUL ELLINGTON/RUSSELL  
DOWN & DIRTY COOK,PAUL FELDSTEIN,SANDY  
JOHNNY'S BLUES COOK,PAUL COOK,PAUL  
MOOD INDIGO { COOK,PAUL ELLINGTON/MILLS/BIGA  
ROCKIN' FUNKY COOK,PAUL FELDSTEIN,SANDY  
SATIN LATIN COOK,PAUL FELDSTEIN,SANDY  
YOU CAN COUNT ON BIG BAD BILL COOK,PAUL FELDSTEIN,SANDY  

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