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St James Infirmary

Title: St James Infirmary


Voicing/Format: Stage Band
Publisher: Warner Bros Publications
Arranger: Davis, Tom
Catalog #: JEM00032
Grade: Grade 2
Series: Young Jazz Ensemble
Description: Bluesy Groove Price: $44.00

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Down-home and bluesy, slow and greasy! This outstanding chart blends a New Orl eans-style slow swing and contemporary harmonies. The best of both worlds come s alive within the creative mind of arranger Tom Davis. Your young band studen ts will love this arrangement so much that they won't want to stop playing. Lo ts of unison, easy brass range (trumpet to F and trombone to E-flat), alto and tenor sax written solos with band backgrounds, and simple rhythms will all gi ve you a quality musical product with minimum rehearsal time. Very effective c hart for festivals and concerts!
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