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Louis Armstrong Plays Standards

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Voicing/Format Trumpet
Arranger Louis Armstrong
Artist Michael Card
Publisher Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Series Artist Transcriptions
Catalog # 00672481

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Louis Armstrong Plays Standards Arranged by Louis Armstrong. Performed by Michael Card. For Trumpet. Published by Hal Leonard Publishing Corp. (Catalog # 00672481, UPC: 073999724813)

The All Music Guide regards trumpet virtuoso Louis Armstrong as “the most important musician in (jazz's) history.” This collection assembles note-for-note transcriptions of his trumpet playing on 16 fantastic standards: Ain't Misbehavin' • All of Me • Body and Soul • Hello, Dolly! • Lazy River • Mack the Knife • Stardust • and more. Includes a bio and discography.
Title Artist Arranger Composer Key DD
AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' WILLIAMS JR,HANK RAZAF/BROOKS/WALLER  
ALL OF ME WINANS,BEBE MORGAN/MARKS/SIMONS/  
BODY AND SOUL HEYMAN/EYTON/SOUR/GR  
DINAH YOUNG/LEWIS/AKST  
HELLO DOLLY ARMSTRONG,LOUIS ARMSTRONG/HERMAN  
I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE FIELDS/MCHUGH  
I'VE GOT THE WORLD ON A STRING HYMAN,DICK ARLEN/KOEHLER  
INDIANA (BACK HOME AGAIN IN INDIANA) MACDONLAD/HANLEY  
JUBILEE CARD,MICHAEL ADAMS/CARPENTER/CARD  
LAZY RIVER DARIN,BOBBY ARODIN/CARMICHAEL  
MACK THE KNIFE DARIN,BOBBY BRECHT/BLITZSTEIN/WE  
MEMORIES OF YOU RAZAF/BLAKE  
SONG OF THE ISLANDS KING,CHARLES E.  
ST. LOUIS BLUES HANDY,W.C.  
STAR DUST ARMSTRONG,LOUIS CARMICHAEL/PARISH  
STARDUST SHAW,ARTIE PARISH/CARMICHAEL  
WHAT DID I DO TO BE SO BLACK AND BLUE RAZAF/WALLER/BROOKS  
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