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How High The Moon
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Title: How High The Moon


Voicing/Format: Stage Band With Vocal
Publisher: Warner Bros Publications
Arranger: Wolpe, Dave
Catalog #: JEVM04001
Grade: Gr.3½
Series: Jazz Vocal Series
Description: Swing Price: $58.00

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A jazz masterpiece arranged for vocal solo and jazz ensemble. This chart is wr itten in two keys to provide maximum flexibility for the vocalist and the band . This straight-ahead swinger also has brief solos for 1st trombone and 2nd tr umpet. The low key (female) is C with a range from F below middle C to third l ine B. The high key (male) is pitched in F with a range from B-flat below midd le C to fourth space E. The low-key version also has an optional shout chorus with the ensemble. Dave Wolpe arranged this one, and that is your guarantee of an excellent chart. (2:53)
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