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Who Wouldn't

Title: Who Wouldn't
Voicing/Format: Stage Band
Publisher: Kendor Music Inc
Composer: Niehaus, Lennie
Catalog #: 61860
Series: Jazz Journey
Description: Moderate Fast Swing

Price: $52.00
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Here's a great, moderately-fast-swing chart for advancing groups featuring the II-V progression that's common in many popular standards. The angular melody featuring wide skips and scale-like intervals is first played by unison saxophones. Also included is a sax soli, lots of captivating ensemble passages, and a solo chorus that can be expanded at the director's discretion. As with all of Lennie's big band charts, the melodies are memorable and the orchestration is rock solid. Solo sheets for all winds and a guitar chord chart by Jim Greeson are included. Duration 5:05.
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