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2+2=5 A Study in Odd Times

2+2=5 A Study in Odd Times
Music Minus One

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SKU AM4224
Author Various
Format Book/2 CDs
Duration 23 pages
Notation Standard Notation & Chord Symbols
Dimensions 235mm x 310mm
Publisher Music Minus One
Departments Classical Guitar
 
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This collection of stage band classics exploits the unusual meters which became the trademark of composer Hank Levy, whose compositions have been recorded by such greats as Stan Kenton and Don Ellis. An exciting exploration of this now-all-too-rare genre. Includes a high-quality music book featuring solo parts for each tune; and two compact discs featuring a complete digital stereo reference recording, plus recordings of the accompaniments minus you, the soloist.

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