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Swing Here and Now

Swing Here and Now

Sheet Music
Voicing/Format Drum Set
Composer Warren/Gordon/Dubin /
Arranger George Roumanis
Publisher Warner Bros Publications
Series Jazz Ensemble
Catalog # SBM00030
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Swing Here and Now Composed by Warren/Gordon/Dubin /. Arranged by George Roumanis. For Drum Set. Published by Warner Bros Publications. (Catalog # SBM00030, UPC: 654979191162)

Twelve fantastic swing dance charts composed by the great American songwriter Harry Warren and superbly arranged by master musician George Roumanis. Each so ng is recognized as a well-known standard featured in Hollywood musicals and a ll of the songs were recorded by famous big bands. Included with the conductor 's book is a recording of the songs performed by the George Roumanis Big Band. Titles are: Chattanooga Choo Choo * I Had the Craziest Dream * Forty Second S treet * The More I See You * Lulu's Back in Town * You'll Never Know * Jeepers Creepers * At Last * September in the Rain * Serenade in Blue * I've Got a Ga l in Kalamazoo * We're in the Money.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AT LAST ROUMANIS,GEORGE GORDON/WARREN,H  
CHATTANOOGA CHOO-CHOO ROUMANIS,GEORGE GORDON/WARREN,H  
FORTY-SECOND STREET ROUMANIS,GEORGE DUBIN/WARREN,H  
I HAD THE CRAZIEST DREAM ROUMANIS,GEORGE WARREN,H/GORDON  
I'VE GOT A GAL IN KALAMAZOO ROUMANIS,GEORGE GORDON/WARREN,H.  
JEEPERS CREEPERS ROUMANIS,GEORGE MERCER/WARREN,H  
LULU'S BACK IN TOWN ROUMANIS,GEORGE DUBIN/WARREN,H  
MORE I SEE YOU,THE ROUMANIS,GEORGE GORDON/WARREN,H  
SEPTEMBER IN THE RAIN ROUMANIS,GEORGE DUBIN/WARREN,H  
SERENADE IN BLUE ROUMANIS,GEORGE GORDON/WARREN,H  
WE'RE IN THE MONEY ROUMANIS,GEORGE DUBIN/WARREN,H  
YOU'LL NEVER KNOW ROUMANIS,GEORGE GORDON/WARREN,H  
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