Pick Up The Pieces
by Average White Band
Tenor Saxophone - Digital Sheet Music

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Alto Saxophone,Tenor Saxophone - Level 2 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.1203502

By Average White Band. By Alan Gorrie, James Hamish Stuart, Malcolm Duncan, Owen McIntyre, Robbie McIntosh, and Roger Ball. Arranged by P. R. Frederick. Funk,Pop. Saxophone Duet. 4 pages. P. R. Frederick #802137. Published by P. R. Frederick (A0.1203502).

"Pick Up the Pieces" is a catchy funk tune that was recorded by the Scottish band, Average White Band, back in 1974. The song is known for its iconic saxophone riff and has been featured in numerous movies, TV shows, and commercials over the years. It's a true classic that continues to keep people on the dance floor! And now it is arranged for two like saxophones (Alto & Alto or Tenor & Tenor) so you can enjoy playing it at your next performance! A score and separate parts are provided.

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