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Title: Forward Mo


Voicing/Format: Stage Band
Publisher: Kendor Music Inc
Composer: Berg, Shelton
Catalog #: 3239
Grade: Medium Advanced
Series: Jazz Summit
Description: Brazilian Samba Price: $48.00

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Commissioned by the Missouri IAJE Unit for the 2004 Missouri All-State Jazz Ensemble, this chart has a lyrical theme with interspersed interspersed partito alto sections to add excitement. The rhythm parts are notated throughout to demonstrate the Brazilian samba style. Duration 4:10. Grade: MEDIUM ADVANCED Style: BRAZILIAN SAMBA Ranges: C6 trumpet, Bb4 trombone Solos for alto saxophone, piano Rhythm section parts partially notated with chords cued Standard instrumentation, all trumpets double on flugelhorn
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