What A Wonderful World
by Bob Thiele
Brass Ensemble - Digital Sheet Music

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Brass Ensemble - Level 2 - Digital Download

SKU: A0.740179

By Louis Armstrong With Kenny G. By Bob Thiele and George David Weiss. Arranged by Craig Garner. Jazz. Score and parts. 10 pages. Dorm 40 Music #2347233. Published by Dorm 40 Music (A0.740179).

What A Wonderful World by George David Weiss and Bob Thiele, arranged by Craig Garner for Brass Quintet. The hopeful and optimistic words of this song were intended as an antidote for the climate of increasing racial and political divide in the US during the late 1960's. The song was specifically written for Louis Armstrong because of his ability to bring together people from different races. Since that time, the song has become a standard, also appearing in TV and film. This arrangement comes with a full score and set of parts: 2 B-flat trumpets, horn, trombone and tuba. Performance time, 2:20 (4:45 with optional repeat). Published by Dorm 40 Music, www.dorm40music.com .

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