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Title: Case In Point


Voicing/Format: Jazz Ensemble
Publisher: Kendor Music Inc
Composer: Halle, Lars
Catalog #: 61087
Series: Jazz Journey
Description: Swing Price: $52.00

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You'll definitely want to add this terrific swing chart to your library, especially given the overwhelmingly positive response to this composer's previous publications! The catchy melody has some compelling harmonic twists, trumpet and tenor sax are given solo space while the rest of the ensemble reminds us what big band music is all about. Plenty of articulations and dynamic contrasts are included throughout this well crafted original for advancing groups that is guaranteed to elicit a great audience response. A guitar chord chart by Jim Greeson is included in each set. Duration 4:55.
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