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Stan Getz Artist Transcriptions

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Voicing/Format Tenor Saxophone
Composer Jobim/Gimbel/De Mora
Artist Stan Getz
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Transcribed
Catalog # 00699375

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Stan Getz Artist Transcriptions Composed by Jobim/Gimbel/De Mora. Performed by Stan Getz. For Tenor Saxophone. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00699375, UPC: 073999993752)

Includes transcriptions for 19 tunes for B flat tenor sax: All the Things You Are · Body and Soul · Early Autumn · The Girl from Ipanema · It Might As Well Be Spring · Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?) · Night and Day · Out of Nowhere · Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars (Corcovado) · Strike up the Band · Very Early · and more.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE GETZ,STAN  
BODY AND SOUL GETZ,STAN  
COBA GETZ,STAN  
EARLY AUTUMN GETZ,STAN  
GIRL FROM IPANEMA,THE (GAROTA DE IPANEMA GETZ,STAN JOBIM/GIMBEL/DE MORA  
I'M GLAD THERE IS YOU (IN THIS WORLD OF GETZ,STAN  
INVITATION GETZ,STAN  
IT MIGHT AS WELL BE SPRING GETZ,STAN  
LOVER MAN (OH WHERE CAN YOU BE) GETZ,STAN  
NIGHT AND DAY GETZ,STAN  
ON THE UP AND UP GETZ,STAN  
OUT OF NOWHERE GETZ,STAN  
QUIET NIGHTS OF QUIET STARS (CORCOVADO) GETZ,STAN LEES/JOBIM  
SLIGHTLY OUT OF TUNE (DESAFINADO) GETZ,STAN  
SPLIT KICK GETZ,STAN SILVER,HORACE  
STRIKE UP THE BAND GETZ,STAN GERSHWIN/GERSHWIN  
TEMPUS FUGIT GETZ,STAN POWELL,EARL BUD  
VERY EARLY GETZ,STAN  
YESTERDAYS GETZ,STAN  

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