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On 10 Dowling Street

Title: On 10 Dowling Street


Voicing/Format: Stage Band
Publisher: Heritage Music Press
Composer: Washut, Bob
Catalog #: 60/1334H
Grade: 4 Price: $45.00

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Alternating between Latin and swing, this impressive new piece is reminiscent of the way jazz players usually perform On Green Dolphin Street. The opening Latin section is over a rhythmic ostinato and pedal F, which makes the release to swing even more effective. The solos for alto saxophone and trumpet are one chorus each (but could easily be extended) using the same Latin/swing format as the head. Following the solo section is a saxophone soli and an exciting "breakdown" section. Some wide dynamic contrasts in the final ensemble section take the chart out. (Trumpet 1 to written D, Trombone to A-flat, Trombone 4 is for bass trombone.)
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