15 note-for-note transcriptions from the long and diverse career of saxophone legend Bud Shank, including: Alone Together • Cotton Blossom • The Doctor Is In • I Loves You, Porgy • I'll Be Seeing You • Idol Gossip • If I Should Lose You • My Funny Valentine • My Shining Hour • A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square • No Moe • Out of This World • Peri's Scope • Stella by Starlight • Whisper Not.
- A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square Eric Maschwitz Manning Sherwin Manhattan Transfer
- Alone Together Howard Dietz Arthur Schwartz
- Cotton Blossom Oscar Hammerstein Ii Jerome Kern
- I Loves You Porgy George Gershwin Du Bose Heyward Dorothy Ira
- I'll Be Seeing You Irving Kahal Sammy Fain
- Idol Gossip Gerry Mulligan
- If I Should Lose You Leo Robin Ralph Rainger Phineas Newborn
- My Funny Valentine Lorenz Hart Richard Rodgers
- My Shining Hour Johnny Mercer Harold Arlen
- No Moe Sonny Rollins
- Out Of This World Johnny Mercer Harold Arlen
- Peri's Scope Bill Evans
- Stella By Starlight Ned Washington Victor Young Ray Charles
- The Doctor Is In Bud Shank
- Whisper Not Benny Golson
Publisher: Hal Leonard
Catalogue Number: 00672528
Northwest Product Number: 123-0219-00-001
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