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Title: You'd Be So Nice To Come Home To


Voicing/Format: Jazz Ensemble
Publisher: Warner Bros Publications
Composer: Porter, Cole
Arranger: Wolpe, Dave
Catalog #: JEM04002
Grade: Gr.3
Series: Jazz Band
Description: Swing Price: $48.00

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You can't beat a Cole Porter melody superbly arranged by Dave Wolpe. This char t has a moderate swing tempo to feature the ensemble, and written or ad-lib so los by 1st tenor sax, 2nd trumpet, and 1st trombone. Contrapuntal lines, solis , and plenty of Wolpe ensemble writing make this one of Dave's best charts. Cl ear articulation and rhythm section parts make for effective rehearsal and per formance. (3:01)
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