Louisiana Fairy Tale
by Haven Gillespie
Saxophone Quintet - Digital Sheet Music

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Saxophone Quintet,Woodwind Ensemble Alto Saxophone,Baritone Saxophone,Soprano Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone - Level 3 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1263906

Composed by Fred Coots J, Haven Gillespie, and Mitchell Parish. Arranged by Dennis Ruello. 20th Century,Historic,Jazz,Pop,Standards. 12 pages. Chicory Music #856808. Published by Chicory Music (A0.1263906).

"Louisiana Fairy Tale" (or "Louisiana Fairytale") is a song written in 1935 by Haven Gillespie, with lyrics by Mitchell Parish and J. Fred Coots, and was originally popularized by Fats Waller. Waller's version opens with him playing a four-bar solo piano lead-in to a clarinet melody backed by drums, guitar, clarinet, trumpet and piano. A muted trumpet bridge precedes Waller's vocal verses, and a Dixieland-style improvisational instrumental jam closes the recording. This arrangement for Sax Quintet (SAATB) plus optional Acoustic Bass and Drum Set, at the Intermediate Level, is written at a slow swing tempo featuring Solo Soprano Sax or Clarinet. 

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