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I Should Have Known

Title: I Should Have Known
Voicing/Format: Stage Band
Publisher: Heritage Music Press
Composer: Washut, Bob
Catalog #: 60/1296H
Grade: 4
Series: Heritage Jazzworks
Description: Solo Tbn Feature/Ballad

Price: $45.00
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Bob's sophisticated harmonic palette is evident in this lush trombone ballad. There are two solo parts provided for the soloist. One part has only chord changes in the improvised sections, and the other part includes a suggested written solo. This piece was commissioned by Larry Kisor for the super Sioux City North High School Band.
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