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Jazz Play Along V145 Country Standards
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Jazz Play Along V145 Country Standards

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Jazz Method
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Catalog # 00843230

Price: $16.99

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Product Description

Jazz Play Along V145 Country Standards For Jazz Method. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00843230, UPC: 884088608781)

For use with all B-flat, E-flat, Bass Clef and C instruments, the Jazz Play-Along Series is the ultimate learning tool for all jazz musicians. With musician-friendly lead sheets, melody cues, and other split-track choices on the included CD, these first-of-a-kind packages help you master improvisation while playing some of the greatest tunes of all time. FOR STUDY, each tune includes a split track with: Melody cue with proper style and inflection · Professional rhythm tracks · Choruses for soloing · Removable bass part · Removable piano part. FOR PERFORMANCE, each tune also has: An additional full stereo accompaniment track (no melody) · Additional choruses for soloing. 10 songs: Always on My Mind · Crazy · I Will Always Love You · Lookin' for Love · Night Life · On the Road Again · Tennessee Waltz · To All the Girls I've Loved Before · Wichita Lineman · You Are My Sunshine.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALWAYS ON MY MIND  
CRAZY  
I WILL ALWAYS LOVE YOU  
LOOKIN' FOR LOVE  
NIGHT LIFE  
ON THE ROAD AGAIN  
TENNESSEE WALTZ  
TO ALL THE GIRLS I'VE LOVED BEFORE  
WICHITA LINEMAN  
YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE  

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