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Jazz, Rags & Blues for Clarinet (Bb Clarinet)

By Martha Mier / arr. Jane Sebba
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Jazz is an important and distinctive American contribution to 20th-century music. The Jazz, Rags and Blues series includes pieces that reflect the variety of styles that represent the Jazz idiom—from the lyrical, sophisticated sound of "Clarinet Blues," to the driving rhythms of "A Neat Beat."Jane Sebba's exciting new arrangements now make this hugely popular and successful series available for the clarinet and piano. The syncopated rhythms, colorful harmonies, and authenticity of the originals can be shared between friends, or played as a flute solo using the superb backing tracks from the accompanying CD! Titles: Sneaky Business * Ol' Rockin' Chair Blues* A Neat Beat * Seventh Street Blues * Jelly Bean Rag * Red Rose Rendezvous * Downright Happy Rag * Lazy Days * Clarinet Blues * Hallelujah.

Song List:

  • A Neat Beat
  • Clarinet Blues
  • Downright Happy Rag
  • Hallelujah
  • Jelly Bean Rag
  • Lazy Days
  • Ol' Rockin' Chair Blues
  • Red Rose Rendezvous
  • Seventh Street Blues
  • Sneaky Business

Additional Information:

Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
Catalogue Number: 00-20072UK
Northwest Product Number: 112-1019-10-001

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