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Papiro

Title: Papiro
Voicing/Format: Stage Band
Publisher: Hal Leonard Publishing Corp
Composer: Mossman, Michael P
Catalog #: 07011825
Grade: 4
Series: Jazz Ensemble Library
Description: Mambo

Price: $55.00
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This sophisticated and highly infectious mambo is written in a moderate tempo and features solo space for trumpet and alto sax. (The flute part is optional) Originally composed for the Mario Bauza Orchestra, the title refers to Mario' s dog, Piro. (Para Piro in English is For Piro). It was ultimately recorded on a tribute album to Mario by the band Cubarama, produced by Paquito D'Rivera o n Termidor Records. This new edition is completely re-edited and engraved with explicitly written out rhythm section parts. (Recorded by Cubarama)
This promotional recording is for listening purposes only.
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