Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?
by Chicago
Saxophone Quintet - Digital Sheet Music

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Saxophone Quintet,Woodwind Ensemble Alto Saxophone,Baritone Saxophone,Soprano Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone - Level 5 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.875563

By Chicago. By Robert Lamm. Arranged by Scott Grimaldi. Pop,Rock. 19 pages. Scott Grimaldi #6082875. Published by Scott Grimaldi (A0.875563).

Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is - for Saxophone Quintet (SATTB). By Robert Lamm. Arranged by Scott Grimaldi. Includes a title page, score & set of parts. 19 pages. Duration: 2:55 min. A Top 10 single in 1970 for the Jazz-Rock group, Chicago. This arrangement captures the feel of the original recording, including the iconic Brass lines.

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