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Steinel, Mike – Sweeney, Michael: The Best of Essential Elements for Jazz Ensemble - Baritone Sax

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Setting: Jazz ensemble, Saxophone (bariton)
Series: Essential Elements Jazz Ensemble
Genre: Jazz, blues, latin
Grade: 1-2
Length: 32 pages
Weight: 0.171 kg
Published: 2007
Publisher: Hal Leonard
Item number: HL07011466
ISMN: 9781423452263
From Hal Leonard's acclaimed Essential Elements series for Jazz Ensemble, here is an economical collection of 15 complete arrangements in a variety of styles. A valuable teaching tool in addition to filling your programming needs!Includes: All of Me, Ballad for a Blue Horn, Basin Street Blues, Blues for a New Day, Bubbert Goes Retro, Bubbert's Groove, Ja-Da, Mister Cool, On Broadway, Perfidia, Satin Doll, So What, Song for San Miguel, Sunday Afternoon andTake the A Train. These full-length Grade 1.5 arrangements are the perfect next step for bands using the EE Jazz method, and also stand on their own as great easy charts for young players. - Written for full band/playable with 3saxes, 2 trumpets, 1 trombone and rhythm section - Each arrangement is a self-contained teaching unit with exercises for melody, rhythm and improvisation - Includes opt. parts for flute, clarinet, F horn and tuba
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