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In A Sentimental Mood (Trumpet Feature)
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Title: In A Sentimental Mood (Trumpet Feature)


Voicing/Format: Jazz Ensemble
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Ellington, Duke
Arranger: Taylor, Mark
Catalog #: 07010981
Grade: 3
Series: Jazz Classics
Description: Ballad Price: $45.00

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Jazz Classics for the Young Ensemble – Grade 3No one handles Ellington for younger ensembles better than Mark Taylor, and this well-crafted arrangement shows why. Although Mark uses a written trumpet solo on the bridge, the main theme is handled by the full ensemble playing primarily tutti rhythms. Included are solos for trumpet and tenor (written or ad lib.) then a brief double time swing section featuring the entire ensemble. We think the Duke himself would have liked this one.
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