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  1. Makin Whoopee JAZZ ENSEMBLE m vokal JE4 Donaldson-Kahn/Lars-Erik Gudim

    Makin Whoopee JAZZ ENSEMBLE m vokal JE4 Donaldson-Kahn/Lars-Erik Gudim

    Makin' Whoopee Donaldson/Kahn/Lars Erik Gudim - grade 4 - vocal solo + Jazz Ensemble Learn More
    €55.88
  2. White Christmas - Brass Quintet w. Opt. Drums Grade 2,5 Irving Berlin/Arr.: Inge Sunde

    White Christmas - Brass Quintet w. Opt. Drums Grade 2,5 Irving Berlin/Arr.: Inge Sunde

    Irving Berlin's immortal Christmas song is the best-selling single record of all time performed by Bing Crosby. Learn More
    €20.15
  3. King Of The Road - Brass Quintet w. Opt. Drums Grade 2,5 - Miller/Arr.: Inge Sunde

    King Of The Road - Brass Quintet w. Opt. Drums Grade 2,5 - Miller/Arr.: Inge Sunde

    A Swinging' arrangement of the most famous tune composed and performed by Roger Miller. The tune, here arranged for brass quintet with opt. Drums, is also recorded and performed by several other artists and featured in many movies. Learn More
    €20.15
  4. Muppet Show - Brass Quintet w. Opt. Drums Grade 2,5 Pottle-Henson/arr.: Inge Sunde

    Muppet Show - Brass Quintet w. Opt. Drums Grade 2,5 Pottle-Henson/arr.: Inge Sunde

    The Muppet Show is a television program featuring a cast of muppets (diverse hand-operated puppets, typically with oversized eyes and large moving mouths) produced by Jim Henson and his team from 1976 to 1981. The show stars is Kermit the Frog and Miss Piggy.The theme song is one of the most popular TV-songs ever. Learn More
    €20.15
  5. Satin Doll - Brass Quintet w. Opt. Drums Grade 2,5 | Duke Ellington/Inge Sunde

    Satin Doll - Brass Quintet w. Opt. Drums Grade 2,5 | Duke Ellington/Inge Sunde

    Satin Doll is one of the most famous Duke Ellington´s "jazz standards". It was written in 1953, and soon became a great hit in its instrumental version. Johnny Mercer, regarded as one of America's greatest songwriters in that time, was asked to write lyrics to the song, and after that Satin Doll has been recorded countless times, by such artists as Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra. Ellington himself used Satin Doll as the closing number at most of his concerts. Learn More
    €20.15
  6. Peter Gunn Theme - Brass Quintet w. Opt. Drums Grade 3 | Henry Mancini/Bjørn Morten Kjærnes

    Peter Gunn Theme - Brass Quintet w. Opt. Drums Grade 3 | Henry Mancini/Bjørn Morten Kjærnes

    Peter Gunn Theme was originally written by the great American composer Henry Mancini for an American TV series broadcast from 1958 to 1961. Mancini won both an Emmy and a Grammy for the song. In 1980 the song became a big hit once again, this time featured in the blockbuster movie “The Blues Brothers”. Learn More
    €20.15

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