Moral Revolution and Economic Science: The Demise of Laissez-faire in Nineteenth-century British Political Economy
Sittin’ In with the Big Band, Vol. II is more than just a fun play-along kit. This book and CD set features 10 big band charts written at the intermediate level. It provides an opportunity to play along with a professional jazz ensemble and improve performance skills. As students play with and listen to the outstanding players in the band, they will learn about blend, style, phrasing, tone, dynamics, technique, articulation, time, and playing in tune. Performance tips and suggestions are included in each book. Books are available for alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, trumpet, trombone, piano, bass, guitar, and drums.
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