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Don't Stop Believin'

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By Journey

Woodwind Ensemble,Woodwind Quartet Alto Saxophone, Baritone Saxophone, Soprano Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone - Level 4 - Digital Download
By Journey. By Jonathan Cain, Steve Perry, and Neal Schon. Arranged by Kate Agioritis. Rock. 20 pages. Musika Publishing Australia #708095. Published by Musika Publishing Australia (A0.566681).

Item Number: A0.566681

Journey's 80's anthem 'Don't Stop Believin' ' scored for SATB or AATB Saxophone Quartet. View the full catalogue of Musika works on our website: Follow @musikapublishng on Twitter. LIKE us on Facebook!
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  • April 09, 2019 AMAZING

    Well composed, and extremely easy; would recommend for anyone wanting to jam with some buddies! I suggest not purchasing when you have 2 altos—it was extremely high-note based when we didn’t so, Andy seemed to have a bit too much soprano sound, but it wasn’t still...

    good! Reccomend for sure!

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