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Ping Pong

Title: Ping Pong


Voicing/Format: Stage Band
Publisher: Kendor Music Inc
Composer: Niehaus, Lennie
Catalog #: 60623
Series: Jazz Gateway
Description: Moderate Swing Price: $45.00

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Are you looking for a solid, sophisticated chart that is accessible to aspiring jazz musicians? Well, your search is over. Film writer Lennie Niehaus knows how to make developing players sound their best. The title of this cleverly conceived original refers to the conversational interplay between the sax and brass sections, and it includes a chorus where everyone plays a soli in unison, a writing device used effectively by Bill Holman, Rob McConnell, and others. Each set includes a guitar chord chart by Jim Greeson. Duration ca. 4:05.
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