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Side Slippin'

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Voicing/Format Jazz Ensemble
Composer Bill Withers
Arranger Rick Stitzel
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Discovery Jazz
Catalog # 07470755

Price: $35.00

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Side Slippin' Composed by Bill Withers. Arranged by Rick Stitzel. For Jazz Ensemble. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 07470755, UPC: 884088546670)

Here is a clever blues tune written in a medium swing style. The melody features some half-step slippin' around played by full ensemble. Solo sections are also provided for any sax and any brass instrument. A fun way to introduce swing style and also the blues! Enjoy great flexibility with the Discovery Jazz series! Playable with 3 saxes, 2 trumpets, 1 trombone, piano and drums; includes optional parts for flute, clarinet, F horn and tuba.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
LEAN ON ME WITHERS,BILL  
SIDE SLIPPIN' STITZEL,RICK Digital Delivery

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