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20 Rhythm Backgrounds To Stand

Music Minus One Trombone

By DIV (POS)

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Trombone
Music Minus One Trombone. Composed by DIV (POS). Sheet music. Music Minus One. Jazz. Edition with CD. 1 pages. Music Minus One #MMO3925. Published by Music Minus One (HL.190512).

Item Number: HL.190512

9.25x12 inches.

This album of rhythm backgrounds features twenty easy solos with suggested improvisations for each song; and features a brilliant solo version with “straight” and “improvised” versions to help you play with the pros! It contains printed music score and compact disc with accompaniments. Songs include: After You've Gone • Dinah • I've Heard That Song Before • Mister Sandman • Nobody's Sweetheart • One for My Baby (And One More for the Road) • Sentimental Journey • Tenderly • and many more.

Accompaniment: NBC Rhythm Section: Dick Hyman, piano; Mundell Lowe, guitar; Ed Shaughnessy, drums; Trigger Alpert, bass; The All-Star Rhythm Section: Nat Pierce, piano; Barrry Galbraith, guitar; Ted Sommer, drums; Russ Sanders, bass.

  • After You've Gone 
  • Strip Polka 
  • Angry 
  • Basin Street Blues 
  • There Will Never Be Another You 
  • Dinah 
  • Drifting And Dreaming (Sweet Paradise) 
  • The Sweetheart Of Sigma Chi 
  • Enjoy Yourself (It's Later Than You Think) 
  • I've Heard That Song Before 
  • It's Been A Long, Long Time 
  • Make Love To Me 
  • Mister Sandman 
  • Nobody's Sweetheart 
  • One For My Baby (And One More For The Road) 
  • Rosetta 
  • S'posin' 
  • Sentimental Journey 
  • Tenderly 
  • When You're Smiling (The Whole World Smiles With You) 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Ralph Horvath
    Location:
    Northern Virginia
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate
  • 2018-04-07 10:08:41.0 20 Rhythm Backgrounds Minus One Trombone

    The "rhythm" referred to here is a piano, drums, and bass, so the accompaniment is not a full band. Still, it beats a xylophone playing along with you. The arrangements are not too hard and I enjoyed playing along. The lack of a full band means you can play more...

    subtly with dynamics, and I found that instructive, though at times I missed the full sound of a lot of instruments.

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