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Herbie Hancock Vol 11
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Herbie Hancock Vol 11

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Jazz Method
Publisher Jamey Aebersold Jazz, Inc.

Price: $15.90

Catalog #V11

UPC code: 635621000117

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Beginning/intermediate level. This set contains much variety ... rock, modal, and swing tunes. Eight songs written by Herbie Hancock that range from the funky "Watermelon Man" to the modal "Maiden Voyage." Beginning improvisors will find many of the songs on this set a real treat with many containing only 3 or 4 chords at relaxed tempos. Intermediate players will enjoy the variety of styles to choose from and advanced players can get into the unusual changes and faster tempos on other tunes. This, like Volumes 5, 17 and 54, is another great "transitional" set to take you from learning your scales and chords to actually improvising on real jazz standards.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AND WHAT IF I DON'T  
CANTALOUPE ISLAND  
DOLPHIN DANCE  
EYE OF THE HURRICANE  
JESSICA  
MAIDEN VOYAGE  
TOYS  
WATERMELON MAN  
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