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Big Band Play Along V02 Popular Hits
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Big Band Play Along V02 Popular Hits

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Alto Saxophone
Desc Bk/Cd
Composer Ashford/Simpson
Artist Gaye/Terrell/Mcdonal
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Big Band Play-along
Catalog # 07011321

Price: $14.95

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Big Band Play Along V02 Popular Hits Composed by Ashford/Simpson. Performed by Gaye/Terrell/Mcdonal. For Alto Saxophone. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 07011321, UPC: 884088115210)

Vol. 2 in this popular series features authentic arrangements of 10 big hits, with easy-to-read parts and great demonstration tracks on a professionally recorded CD. Includes: Ain't No Mountain High Enough · Brick House · Copacabana (At the Copa) · Evil Ways · I Heard It Through the Grapevine · On Broadway · Respect · Street Life · Yesterday · Zoot Suit Riot.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AIN'T NO MOUNTAIN HIGH ENOUGH GAYE/TERRELL/MCDONAL ASHFORD/SIMPSON  
BRICK HOUSE COMMODORES,THE KING/LAPREAD/MCCLARY  
COPACABANA (AT THE COPA) MANILOW,BARRY FELDMAN/MANILOW/SUSS  
EVIL WAYS SANTANA,CARLOS HENRY,SONNY  
I HEARD IT THROUGH THE GRAPEVINE CREEDENCE CLEARWATER STRONG/WHITFIELD  
ON BROADWAY BENSON/DRIFTERS LEIBER/MANN/STOLLER/  
RESPECT FRANKLIN/PINK/TRAIN COLIN/HOTCHKISS/MARS  
STREET LIFE CRUSADERS,THE DIAMOND/FERRY/JENNIN  
YESTERDAY BOYZ II MEN/EN VOGUE ATKINS-CAMPBELL/CAMP  
ZOOT SUIT RIOT CHERRY POPPIN' DADDI PERRY,STEVE  

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