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Jazz Vocal Solos (Vocalist W/Combo)

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Voicing/Format C Book
Desc Vocal Solo Bk
Composer Ellington/Russell
Arranger Dave Wolpe
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Series Jazz Ensemble
Catalog # SPVM03001

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Product Description

Jazz Vocal Solos (Vocalist W/Combo) Composed by Ellington/Russell. Arranged by Dave Wolpe. For C Book. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # SPVM03001, UPC: 654979058120)

Titles are: Do Nothin' Till You Hear from Me * Embraceable You * How Long Has This Been Going On? * The Lady Is a Tramp * Love Is Here to Stay * The Man I L ove * Moonlight in Vermont * Nice Work If You Can Get It * Summertime (from Po rgy and Bess) * You Do Something to Me.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
DO NOTHIN' TILL YOU HEAR FROM ME WOLPE,DAVE ELLINGTON/RUSSELL  
EMBRACEABLE YOU WOLPE,DAVE GERSHWIN/GERSHWIN  
HOW LONG HAS THIS BEEN GOING ON WOLPE,DAVE GERSHWIN/GERSHWIN  
LADY IS A TRAMP,THE WOLPE,DAVE HART/RODGERS  
LOVE IS HERE TO STAY WOLPE,DAVE GERSHWIN/GERSHWIN  
MAN I LOVE,THE WOLPE,DAVE GERSHWIN/GERSHWIN  
MOONLIGHT IN VERMONT WOLPE,DAVE BLACKBURN/SUESSDORF  
NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT WOLPE,DAVE GERSHWIN/GERSHWIN  
SUMMERTIME WOLPE,DAVE GERSHWIN/GERSHWIN  
YOU DO SOMETHING TO ME WOLPE,DAVE PORTER,COLE  

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