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Boplicity

Title: Boplicity


Voicing/Format: Stage Band
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Davis/Evans
Arranger: Tomaro, Mike
Catalog #: 07010770
Grade: 4
Series: Jazz Ensemble Library
Description: Cool Price: $50.00

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The landmark album by Miles Davis Birth of the Cool brought us a unique instrumentation (the nonet) along with distinctive jazz sounds. Without straying from the intent of the music and working directly with the original score, Mike Tomaro's adaptation for standard instrumentation makes this wonderful classic available to the contemporary jazz ensemble. The style is laid back swing and includes solos for baritone sax, trumpet and piano (like the original).
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