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The Way Up - Complete Score

The Way Up - Complete Score
Hal Leonard

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SKU AM3936
Author Pat Metheny Lyle Mays
Format Book
Duration 254 pages
Notation Standard Notation
Dimensions 230mm x 305mm
Publisher Hal Leonard
Departments Jazz Guitar
 
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A spectacular and ambitious project for 2005 by the Pat Metheny Group, in full band score. In collaboration with Lyle Mays, the group have created a single 68-minute piece that the composers have compared to making a film. The musical shifts and turns are akin to a journey, with moods changing with the passing landscape.

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