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Original Big Band Sounds

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Voicing/Format Trumpet 2
Composer Gray/Sigman/Dorsey/Red Bone/Miller/Paris
Arranger Jeff Hest
Artist Jeff Hest
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Series Jazz Ensemble
Catalog # TBB9608

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Original Big Band Sounds Composed by Gray/Sigman/Dorsey/Red Bone/Miller/Paris. Arranged by Jeff Hest. Performed by Jeff Hest. For Trumpet 2. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # TBB9608, UPC: 029156223972)

This collection of jazz ensemble arrangements is made up of direct transcripti ons of big band recordings by Glenn Miller, Tommy Dorsey, Benny Goodman and Du ke Ellington. Arranger Jeff Hest has meticulously transcribed these jazz stand ards (with the original instrumentation of each famous band) and has included transcriptions of the improvised solos. The titles are: Don't Be That Way * Do n't Get Around Much Anymore * Little Brown Jug * Moonlight Serenade * Pennsylv ania 6-5000 * Sing, Sing, Sing Pt. I * Sing, Sing, Sing Pt. II * Stompin' at t he Savoy * Song of India.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
DON'T BE THAT WAY HEST,JEFF PARISH/GOODMAN/SAMPS  
DON'T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE HEST,JEFF ELLINGTON/RUSSELL  
DON'T GET AROUND MUCH ANYMORE (C) HEST,JEFF ELLINGTON/RUSSELL  
LITTLE BROWN JUG PS HEST,JEFF  
MOONLIGHT SERENADE HEST,JEFF MILLER/PARISH  
PENNSYLVANIA 6-5000 HEST,JEFF GRAY/SIGMAN  
SING,SING HEST,JEFF PRIMA,LOUIS SING  
SING,SING HEST,JEFF PRIMA,LOUIS SING (SECOND USE)  
SONG OF INDIA HEST,JEFF DORSEY/RED BONE  
STOMPIN' AT THE SAVOY HEST,JEFF GOODMAN/RAZAF/WEBB/  

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