5 Intermediate jazz studies for Bass clef Concert pitch instruments
Bassoon, Trombone, Tuba, Euphonium, Cello, Double Bass, Voice - Intermediate
Composed by Darren Lloyd. Arranged by Darren Lloyd. Jazz. Individual Part. 8 pages. Published by beginner band music (S0.16541).
Item Number: S0.16541
Five intermediate jazz studies written over the changes of famous jazz standards. All of me, All the things you are, Autumn leaves, Blue Bossa and There will never be another you.All the studies have been written with the intermediate player in mind (for the most part) not going out of the stave!By practising these studies it is hoped you will develop technique and gain an idea of jazz phrasing.For all of the music titles composed and arranged by Darren Lloyd/Beginner band, music please visit-http://www.sheetmusicplus.com/search?q_ows=beginner+band+music&isASP=true.
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