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Favourite Standards: Play-Along Volume 22

Favourite Standards: Play-Along Volume 22
Jamey Aebersold Jazz

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SKU JA022
Author Jamey Aebersold
Format Book/2 CDs
Duration 56 pages
Notation Standard Notation & Chord Symbols
Dimensions 215mm x 280mm
Publisher Jamey Aebersold Jazz
Departments Jazz - All Instruments
 
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A beautiful set containing music and lyrics. Titles are: Stella by Starlight; My Old Flame; My Ideal; Easy Living; The Nearness of You; Wives and Lovers; Soon; If I Should Lose You; It Could Happen to You; Lover; Out of Nowhere; Tangerine; I Remember You. Dan Haerle - Piano; Todd Coolman - Bass; Ed Soph - Drums.

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