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Freddie Hubbard Artist Transcriptions

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Jazz Method
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Transcribed
Catalog # 00673214

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Freddie Hubbard Artist Transcriptions For Jazz Method. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00673214, UPC: 073999732146)

A collection of 24 of his finest, including: Arietis (a.k.a. “Aries”) • Blues for Duane • Brigitte • Bundle of Joy • Byrd Like • Crisis • Delphia • First Light • For B.P. • Gospel Truth, The • Hub-Tones • The Intrepid Fox • Lament for Booker • Little Sunflower • Love Connection, The • On the Que Tee • Red Clay • Sky Dive • Suite Sioux • Sweet Return • Theme from Kareem • Thermo • To Her Ladyship • Up Jumped Spring.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ARIETIS (AKA HUBBARD F  
BLUES FOR DUANE HUBBARD F  
BRIGITTE HUBBARD F  
BUNDLE OF JOY HUBBARD F  
BYRD LIKE HUBBARD,FREDDIE  
CRISIS HUBBARD F  
DELPHIA HUBBARD F  
FIRST LIGHT HUBBARD,FREDDIE  
FOR B.P. HUBBARD F  
GOSPEL TRUTH,THE HUBBARD F  
HUB-TONES HUBBARD F  
INTREPID FOX,THE HUBBARD,FREDDIE  
LAMENT FOR BOOKER HUBBARD,FREDDIE  
LITTLE SUNFLOWER HUBBARD,FREDDIE  
LOVE CONNECTION,THE HUBBARD,FREDDIE  
ON THE QUE TEE HUBBARD,FREDDIE  
RED CLAY HUBBARD,FREDDIE  
SKY DIVE HUBBARD,FREDDIE  
SUITE SIOUX HUBBARD F  
SWEET RETURN HUBBARD F  
THEME FROM KAREEM HUBBARD,FREDDIE  
THERMO HUBBARD,FREDDIE  
TO HER LADYSHIP HUBBARD F  
UP JUMPED SPRING HUBBARD,FREDDIE  
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