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Jazz Combo Pak #33 (Cole Porter)
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Jazz Combo Pak #33 (Cole Porter)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Combo
Desc Includes Cd
Composer Cole Porter
Arranger Frank Mantooth
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Jazz Combo Paks
Grade Gr.3
Catalog # 07010937

Price: $45.00

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Jazz Combo Pak #33 (Cole Porter) Composed by Cole Porter. Arranged by Frank Mantooth. For Combo. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 07010937, UPC: 073999464603)

The Hal Leonard Jazz Combo Paks are a versatile and inexpensive way to put four fantastic charts in front of your high school or college combo. The flexible instrumentation provides many options for covering the parts; the arrangements are absolutely top notch; and at $45.00 for four standards you will never find a better value.

Instrumentation:

- Line 1 (lead or harmony): Alto Sax, Trumpet, Soprano Sax, Clarinet, Flute, Vibes

- Line 2 (lead or harmony): Alto Sax, Bari Sax, Trumpet, Soprano Sax, Clarinet, Trombone

- Line 3: Bari Sax, Tenor Sax, Trumpet, Trombone

Pak #33 includes: All of You • Easy to Love (You'd Be So Easy to Love) • Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye • I Love You. (Note: CD includes tracks for two paks.)
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL OF YOU AMECHE/ASTAIRE/RICHA MANTOOTH PORTER,COLE  
EASY TO LOVE (YOU'D BE SO EASY TO LOVE) MANTOOTH PORTER,COLE  
EV'RY TIME WE SAY GOODBYE KENTON,STAN MANTOOTH PORTER,COLE  
I LOVE YOU EVANS/MCBRIDE/MCLACH MANTOOTH FOLLESE/GRANT/BEST/S  
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