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Title: Spy Vs Spy
Voicing/Format: String Orchestra
Publisher: Carl Fischer, Llc
Composer: Turner, Matt
Catalog #: YAS80
Series: Performance Price: $50.00
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If you were (are?) a reader of Mad Magazine, you know the cartoon series of over the top antics between the white garbed spy vs. the black garbed spy that was an exaggeration of the already exaggerated spy movies of the 1960s and 1970s epitomized by James Bond. Matt Turner has captured the feel of the soundtracks of those films in this viscous, Latin groove. Add guiro, bongos, conga and triangle to accentuate the Latin rhythms, get your students' ears acclamated to the jazz harmony, set your best improvisor free on a 12 bar pentatonic or blues scale solo and you'll have the makings of a real winner. It's cool, man!
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