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Big Band Play Along V01 Swing Favorites

Sheet Music


Voicing/Format Trombone 1
Composer Green/Wolf
Artist Basie/Hawkins/Modern
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Big Band Play-along
Catalog # 07011316

Price: $14.95

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Product Description

Big Band Play Along V01 Swing Favorites Composed by Green/Wolf. Performed by Basie/Hawkins/Modern. For Trombone 1. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 07011316, UPC: 884088115166)

With the 10 fantastic big band charts in this book/CD pack, instrumentalists can learn to play their favorite swing tunes! Includes: April In Paris · I've Got You Under My Skin · In The Mood · It Don't Mean a Thing (If It Ain't Got That Swing) · Route 66 · Speak Low · Stompin' At the Savoy · Tangerine · This Can't Be Love · Until I Met You (Corner Pocket). Each volume includes: easy-to-read, authentic big band arrangements; professional recordings of all the big band instruments, including the lead part.

Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
APRIL IN PARIS BASIE/HAWKINS/MODERN DUKE/HARBURG  
I'VE GOT YOU UNDER MY SKIN PORTER,COLE  
IN THE MOOD FIELD,ERNIE/MILLER GARLAND,JOE  
IT DON'T MEAN A THING (IF IT AIN'T GOT T ELLINGTON,DUKE ELLINGTON/MILLS  
ROUTE 66 MANHATTAN TRANSFER TROUP,BOBBY  
SPEAK LOW NASH/WEILL  
STOMPIN' AT THE SAVOY GOODMAN,BENNY GOODMAN/RAZAF/SAMPSO  
TANGERINE DORSEY/ORCHESTRA MERCER/SCHERTZINGER  
THIS CAN'T BE LOVE HART/RODGERS  
UNTIL I MET YOU (CORNER POCKET) GREEN/WOLF  

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