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Pop Quartets For All Rev Ed (Alto Sax)

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Alto Saxophone Quartet
Arranger Michael Story
Artist Sister Sledge
Publisher Alfred Publishing Co Inc
Series Pop Instrumental Ensemble
Catalog # 30712

Price: $7.99

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Pop Quartets For All Rev Ed (Alto Sax) Arranged by Michael Story. Performed by Sister Sledge. For Alto Saxophone Quartet. Published by Alfred Publishing Co Inc. (Catalog # 30712, UPC: 038081333762)

Alfred's Pop Quartets for All series is a versatile, educational, and fun seri es intended for like or mixed instruments to perform in any size group or comb ination of instruments. All books are in score format with each line increasin g in difficulty from Grade 1 to Grade 3-4. Alternate passages and notation are included to suit instrumental ranges. With no page turns required, the songs and measures are consistent which makes finding rehearsal points quick and con venient. Perfect for concerts with family and friends, recitals, auditions, an d festivals. Available for brass, woodwinds, strings, and percussion. Titles a re: Summertime * Celebration * We Are Family * Batman (TV Theme) * Imperial Ma rch * Theme from Ice Castles (Through the Eyes of Love) * Jump * It Don?t Mean a Thing (If It Ain?

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
BATMAN (TV THEME) STORY,MICHAEL HEFTI,NEAL  
CELEBRATION STORY,MICHAEL  
GONNA FLY NOW (THEME FROM ROCKY) STORY,MICHAEL  
IMPERIAL MARCH,THE (DARTH VADER'S THEME) STORY,MICHAEL WILLIAMS,JOHN  
IT DON'T MEAN A THING (IF IT AIN'T GOT T STORY,MICHAEL  
JAMES BOND THEME,THE STORY,MICHAEL  
JUMP STORY,MICHAEL  
PETER GUNN STORY,MICHAEL MANCINI,HENRY  
SMOOTH SANTANA/THOMAS,R. STORY,MICHAEL SHUR/THOMAS  
SUMMERTIME STORY,MICHAEL  
THEME FROM ICE CASTLES (THROUGH THE EYES MANCHESTER,MELISSA STORY,MICHAEL HAMLISCH/SAGER  
WE ARE FAMILY SISTER SLEDGE STORY,MICHAEL EDWARDS/HUFF/RODGERS  
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