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 engelbach
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Estrada Seguintesubmitted:
2009/07/10 17:23:39
revised:
2009/07/10 17:50:01


Estrada Seguinte. 07/10/09.
Jerry Engelbach, 2008.

MP3 file.
Concert Key Score.
Conductor Score with Transposed Parts.
Lead Sheet.
Individual Parts.

NOTES
Guitar and Piano. May find it easier to use the Lead Sheet, as it contains the full melody.
Drums. There's no separate Drums part. Use the Lead Sheet as a guide.
Piano might not play on this piece, except perhaps to solo and to comp if Guitar solos.
Trumpets might lay out on the first head on bars 1324.
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Concert Key Score.

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Conductor Score.

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Lead Sheet.

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Flute.

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Trumpet 1.

Trumpets might lay out on the first head on bars 1324.

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Trumpet 2.

Trumpets might lay out on the first head on bars 1324.

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Alto Sax. Alto doubles Tenor 1 an octave higher.

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Tenor Sax 1.

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Tenor Sax 2.

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Guitar/Piano.

As aforementioned, it may be more convenient to use the Lead Sheet, as that contains the melody.

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Bass.

Bass may also find the Lead Sheet more conveient, as it contains the melody, but in Treble Clef.

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