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A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square

By Nat "King" Cole

Trombone Quartet - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
By Nat "King" Cole. Arranged by Jim Bicigo. Score, Set of Parts. 12 pages. Published by Polar Publications (H0.196473-588900).

Item Number: H0.196473-588900

This arrangement for trombone quartet is absolutely gorgeous.

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  • 4

    Las Cruces, New Mexico
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  • October 08, 2017 A nice take on a classic jazz ballad.

    Bought this arrangement of the standard jazz ballad a couple of weeks ago and our quartet has rehearsed it two or three times. Love the arrangement, but then, I loved it when Manhattan Transfer did this Gene Puerling chart. (The publisher should be crediting Puerliing as the arranger and noting...

    that Jim Bicigo is the editor and make note that it is a note for note copy of the Manhattan Transfer recording. Credit should be given where it is due.) That said, this is a lovely transcription. Notes and rhythms are not difficult, but the close harmonies will tax the ear of even experienced trombonists. We look forward to using this in many of our performances.

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