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Swing with a Band

By Roy Agee

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Trombone (Trombone)
By Roy Agee. Sheet music with CD. Music Minus One. Jazz, Swing. Softcover with CD. 32 pages. Music Minus One #MMO3973. Published by Music Minus One (HL.400650).

Item Number: HL.400650

ISBN 1596158034. 9x12 inches.

Here are 11 great standards performed by a septet of jazz all-stars – all legends in their own time – and YOU! The newly engraved music book contains the solo part for each piece, and the CD contains complete performances of each piece with a soloist, plus a second version of each song minus the soloist. Tunes include: Don't Be That Way • I Got It Bad • I'm in the Mood for Love • One O'Clock Jump • Rose Room • Stompin' at the Savoy • and more!

  • GOODMAN/PARISH/SAMPSON: DON'T BE THAT WAY 
  • KAHN/MALNECK/LIVINGSTON: I'M THROUGH WITH LOVE 
  • WILLIAMS/HICKMAN: ROSE ROOM 
  • KAHN/MALNECK/SIGNORELLI: I'LL NEVER BE THE SAME 
  • PARKER/KING: HOW AM I TO KNOW? 
  • GANNON/WAYNE: I UNDERSTAND 
  • MCHUGH/FIELDS: I'M IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE 
  • BASIE: ONE O'CLOCK JUMP 
  • SAMPSON/GOODMAN/WEBB/RAZAF: STOMPIN' AT THE SAVOY 
  • DONALDSON/LYMAN: WHAT CAN I SAY AFTER I SAY I'M SORRY 
  • ELLINGTON/WEBSTER: I GOT IT BAD (AND THAT AIN'T GOOD) 
  • What Can I Say After I Say I'm Sorry 
  • I'll Never Be The Same 
  • How Am I To Know 
  • I Understand 
  • I Got It Bad And That Ain't Good 
  • I'm In The Mood For Love 
  • I'm Thru With Love 
  • One O'Clock Jump 
  • Stompin' At The Savoy 
  • Don't Be That Way 
  • Rose Room 
  • Ratings + Reviews

  • 4

    Marty
    Location:
    San Antonio, TX
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • August 26, 2018 Addendum To My First Review

    I want be fair. I had bought two books because on the first I lost the cd at one point. I don’t know which book I bought first, but one book DOES have the entire trombone solo printed for “Don’t Be That Way” so I am happy. The...

    catalogue number is printed on the bottom of every page and on the copy that has the incorrect Solo, it has an incorrect catalogue number. Instead of MMO 3973 like the rest of the book it had MMO 4229 for the remainder of that piece after the first page. My guess is this was a bad run and likely corrected, but I have not talked with the publisher about it since the issue for me is resolved. But I didn’t want to leave a bad mark on a review left undone.

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  • 4

    Marty
    Location:
    Texas
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • August 08, 2018 Overall Good but One Glaring Error

    The solos are pretty good and the songs are fun to play. They each bring something to the table, such as stretching the range a little, technique, or just being good for reading. One glaring publishing mistake is on "Don't Be That Way" it suddenly switches to treble clef...

    with a different key signature, repeats measures and the printed solo is not what is played, and the sheet remains like that to the end. I suspect the Tenor Saxophone part was accidentally inserted in place of the rest of the trombone part and this was not caught. It would be nice to have a reprint of this offered somewhere online. I haven't found it yet if it is.

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    Anonymous
    Location:
    Calgary, AB
    Difficulty Level:
    Intermediate/advanced
  • February 20, 2015 Top-Notch Solos

    I ordered this book along with "Play Ballads with a Band" and "Play the Music of Burt Bacharach" (all featuring Roy Agee). I received the other two books first, and although the accompaniment was fine (using real instruments and not midi), I was a bit disappointed with the written charts...

    which really lacked any inventive solos. My expectations for this book, "Swing with a Band", were understandably low, but when it finally arrived, I was literally blown away by the written solos which are more than challenging enough for even seasoned players. The arrangements in this book are far superior to the other two books and set a high standard for all play-along books of this type. The only mis-step is the last tune, One O'Clock Jump, which strangely doesn't have the trombone solo in the middle of the piece written out.

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