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John Patitucci

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Electric Bass
Composer John Patitucci
Arranger Troy Millard
Artist John Patitucci
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Transcribed
Catalog # 00673216

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John Patitucci Composed by John Patitucci. Arranged by Troy Millard. Performed by John Patitucci. For Electric Bass. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00673216, UPC: 073999732160)

Artist Transcriptions Known for his recording and touring with Chick Corea as well as his own solo works and performing, John has made quite a name for himself in jazz bass guitar. This collection, transcribed by former student Troy Millard, includes 15 songs with solos from his solo albums. Also included is a foreword which gives an in-depth view of John's approach to his music and to his instrument. Features the songs: Growing • Backwoods • Bertha's Bop • On The Corner • and more.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AVENUE PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI J  
BACKWOODS PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI J  
BERTHA'S BOP PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI J  
CHANGE OF SEASON PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI J  
GROWING PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI J  
ON THE CORNER PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI J  
OUR FAMILY PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI,JOHN  
PEACE AND QUIET TIME PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI J  
SCOPHILE PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI J  
SEARCHING FINDING PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI J  
SPACESHIPS PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI J  
THEY HEARD IT TWICE PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI J  
TRANE PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI J  
VAYA CON DIOS PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI J  
VAYA CON DIOS (MAY GOD BE WITH YOU) PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI,JOHN  
WIND SPRINT PATITUCCI,JOHN PATITUCCI J  
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