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Jazz Standards For Vocalists (Tenor Sax)

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Voicing/Format Tenor Saxophone
Arranger Dave Wolpe
Publisher Belwin Mills Publishing Corp
Catalog # 29941

Price: $8.95

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Product Description

Jazz Standards For Vocalists (Tenor Sax) Arranged by Dave Wolpe. For Tenor Saxophone. Published by Belwin Mills Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 29941, UPC: 038081328102)

Belwin Jazz offers ten great jazz standards arranged for solo vocalist with a nine or ten piece combo accompaniment. These songs are superbly arranged by on e of the finest writers in the business, Dave Wolpe. This collection is ideal for a vocalist who needs a smaller ensemble with four or five horns and rhythm section. The combo horns are trumpet, alto sax, tenor sax, trombone and barit one sax. The baritone sax part adds additional color to the texture but is opt ional. The rhythm section is scored for guitar, bass, drumset and a piano/cond uctor part which includes cues for the horns.Titles include: How High the Moon * I Get a Kick Out of You * I've Got You Under My Skin * Just Friends * My Fu nny Valentine * Night and Day * Something's Gotta Give * Summer Wind * They Ca n't Take That Away F

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
HOW HIGH THE MOON  
I GET A KICK OUT OF YOU  
I'VE GOT YOU UNDER MY SKIN  
JUST FRIENDS  
MY FUNNY VALENTINE  
NIGHT AND DAY  
SOMETHING'S GOTTA GIVE  
SUMMER WIND  
THEY CAN'T TAKE THAT AWAY FROM ME  
TOO CLOSE FOR COMFORT  

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