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Stan Getz



88 pages, Item number 1110019DP, $21.95

Honored and loved by many as a genius on the tenor saxophone, Stan Getz and his music is wonderfully featured in this powerful book of his solos and works. Composed by such masters as Gershwin, Kern, and Dorsey, Stan Getz made the music his own with his unique and powerful style. Now you can be part of the magic with these transcriptions.

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Complete song list for "Stan Getz" - Sheet Music Songbook:

Early Autumn - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Johnny Mercer, Ralph Burns, and Woody Herman - 1949
Out Of Nowhere - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Edward Heyman and Johnny Green - 1931
Strike Up The Band - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Ira Gershwin and George Gershwin - 1927
Split Kick - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Horace Silver - 1985
Body and Soul (1952 Version) - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton, and John Green - 1930
I'm Glad There Is You (In This World Of Ordinary People) - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Paul Madeira and Jimmy Dorsey - 1941
All The Things You Are - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Oscar Hammerstein II and Jerome Kern - From: "Very Warm For May" - 1939
The Girl From Ipanema (Garota De Ipanema) - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Vinicius De Moraes, Norman Gimbel, and Antonio Carlos Jobim - 1963
Desafinado (Slightly Out Of Tune) - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Jon Hendricks, Jessie Cavanaugh, Newton Mendonca, and Antonio Carlos Jobim - 1959
It Might As Well Be Spring - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Oscar Hammerstein II and Richard Rodgers - From: Musical "State Fair" - 1945
Night and Day - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Cole Porter - 1932
Quiet Nights Of Quiet Stars (Corcovado) - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Gene Lees and Antonio Carlso Jobim - 1962
Invitation - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Paul Francis Webster and Bronislau Kaper - 1952
Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?) - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Jimmy Davis, Roger "Ram" Ramirez, and Jimmy Sherman - 1941
Body And Soul (1981 Version) - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Edward Heyman, Robert Sour, Frank Eyton, and John Green - 1930
On The Up And Up - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Jim McNeely - 1982
Tempus Fugit - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Earl Bud Powell - 1949
Very Early - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Carol Hall and Bill Evans - 1962
Yesterdays - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Otto Harbach and Jerome Kern - 1933
Coba - Performer: Stan Getz - Composer: Stan Getz, Herb Alpert, and Eddie Del Barrio - 1990


 
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