Sittin' In with the Big Band, Vol. I is written at the easy to intermediate-easy level. It provides an opportunity to play along with a professional jazz ensemble to improve your playing, whenever you want. As you play with and listen to the outstanding players in the band, you'll learn about blend, style, phrasing, tone, dynamics, technique, articulation, and playing in time, as well as a variety of Latin, swing, ballad and rock styles. Performance tips and suggestions are included in each book. Books are available for alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, trumpet, trombone, piano, bass, guitar, and drums. Features include 11 big-band charts arranged by a variety of top writers, solo improvisation opportunities, and a play-along CD with demo tracks.Titles: Vehicle * Sax to the Max * Nutcracker Rock * Fiesta Latina * Now What * Goodbye My Heart * Two and a Half Men * Burritos to Go * Drummin' Man * Swingin' Shanty * and Play That Funky Music.
- Burritos To Go
- Drummin' Man
- Fiesta Latina
- Goodbye My Heart
- Now What
- Nutcracker Rock
- Play That Funky Music
- Sax To The Max
- Swingin' Shanty
- Two And A Half Men (Main Theme)
Publisher: Alfred Music Publishing
Catalogue Number: 00-27533
Northwest Product Number: 122-1900-20-003
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