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Music Minus One Trombone Deluxe 2-CD Set Sheet Music Book

Book/2-CD Pack Trombone
Music Minus One Trombone Deluxe 2-CD Set. Edited by Evan Christopher. Sheet music with CD. Music Minus One. Blues, Jazz. Softcover with CD. 30 pages. Music Minus One #MMO3921. Published by Music Minus One (HL.400741).

Item Number: HL.400741

ISBN 9781596154797. 9.25x12.25x0.278 inches.

This exciting MMO volume emphasizes collectively improvised ensembles and the succession of individual solos in the freewheeling "Chicago-Style" offshoot of New Orleans Jazz. The rhythmic texture is rooted in the swing feel of the late 1930s, and the instrumentation is typical of the New York groups of this genre. The songs are popular melodies from the 1900s to 1930s as well as multithematic compositions and blues - on this album you'll find such classics as "Deed I Do," "Sugar," "The Darktown Strutters' Ball," "That's a Plenty," and more. Includes a 32-page music book containing a solo chart for each song containing the melody line and chord changes for proper improvisational playing of each song; plus a concert lead sheet giving the overall "roadmap" for each piece, printed on high-quality ivory paper; and two compact discs containing the complete performance of these jazz combos in digitally mastered stereo; a digital stereo version of each piece minus the soloist; and a special -20% slow-tempo version of each accompaniment for practice purposes.

  • Rosetta  Performed by Earl Hines & Henri Woode (m&l)
  • 'Deed I Do  Performed by Fred Rose (m); Walter Hirsch (l)
  • Blues (My Naughty Sweetie Gives to Me)  Performed by N. Swanstone / Charles R. McCarron / Carey Morgan
  • Sugar (That Sugar Baby o'Mine)  Performed by Maceo Pinkard; Edna B. Pinkard; Sidney D. Mitchell
  • The Darktown Strutters' Ball  Performed by Shelton Brooks
  • The Royal Garden Blues  Performed by Spencer Williams & Clarence Williams(m&l); (arr. Wellstood)
  • Poor Butterfly  Performed by Raymond Hubbell (m); John. L. Golden (l)
  • That's A Plenty  Performed by Ray Gilbert & Lew Pollack
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 5

    Barry Saunders
    Courtenay B.C. Canada
    Difficulty Level:
  • April 16, 2007 Can't Afford an Orchestra

    Fantastic!--Excellent musicianship And plenty of opportunity for ad-libbing.I can see this is going to be a real time-waster. I'll never get anything else done around the house. It's a real incentive to getting one's lip back in shape--- and pretend you're Jack...

    Teagarden in the process.I would love to see more of the same--- maybe New Orleans style dixie. Cudos to the producers!--Barry

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