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Getting Into Latin Jazz Guitar (Bk/Cd)

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Guitar
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer John Zaradin
Arranger John Zaradin
Publisher Mel Bay Publications Inc
Series Book/Cd Set
Catalog # 20198BCD

Price: $19.95

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Product Description

Getting Into Latin Jazz Guitar (Bk/Cd) Composed by John Zaradin. Arranged by John Zaradin. For Guitar. Published by Mel Bay Publications Inc. (Catalog # 20198BCD, UPC: 796279087759)

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AN ORDINARILY MENTAL STUDY ZARADIN,JOHN  
BAR TROPICAL ZARADIN,JOHN  
BOLERO BLUES ZARADIN,JOHN  
CANZONA ZARADIN,JOHN  
CARNAVALITO ZARADIN,JOHN TRADITIONAL  
CHACARERA ZARADIN,JOHN TRADITIONAL  
DAMPENED PROOF COURSE STUDY,A ZARADIN,JOHN  
EL VITO ZARADIN,JOHN TRADITIONAL  
ENSNARED AGAIN ZARADIN,JOHN  
GATO ZARADIN,JOHN  
GUARACHA CHIQUITA ZARADIN,JOHN  
HAMMER AND SNAPS (NO BRANDY) ZARADIN,JOHN  
LA BOLIVIANA ZARADIN,JOHN TRADITIONAL  
LA CUCHARADA ZARADIN,JOHN TRADITIONAL  
MAMBAIXADO ZARADIN,JOHN  
MAMBO BAY RIDE ZARADIN,JOHN  
MERCUTIO ZARADIN,JOHN  
NO HOLDS BARRED ZARADIN,JOHN  
O FORRO ZARADIN,JOHN  
ODAGIL RETURNS FOR LIGADO ZARADIN,JOHN  
ORIENTALE ZARADIN,JOHN  
PUERTO VALLARTA ZARADIN,JOHN  
RIVERBOAT SUITE ZARADIN,JOHN  
RUMBABARUMBA ZARADIN,JOHN  
SAMBAIAO ZARADIN,JOHN  
SKAT GOES PATING ZARADIN,JOHN  
TANGO DEL CAMINO ZARADIN,JOHN  
THUMBLING ZARADIN,JOHN  

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