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When The Saints Go Marching In, for Tenor Saxophone and Piano

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By Traditional

Jazz Ensemble Jazz Ensemble - Level 2 - Digital Download
Composed by Traditional. Arranged by Artem Zhulyev. Gospel, Jazz, Ragtime. Score and parts. 9 pages. Artem Zhulyev #3417077. Published by Artem Zhulyev (A0.883156).

Item Number: A0.883156

When The Saints Go Marching In forBb  Saxophone (Tenor,Soprano) and Piano, 9 pages, Early Intermediate /Intermediate levels.

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  • April 19, 2018 When The Saints Go Marching In, for Tenor Saxophon

    I really enjoy playing this innovative arrangement by Artem Zhulyev of a classic jazz tune. Click on the "Listen" button to hear a good audio recording of the entire piece. This arrangement is fun to play, especially the 32 bar solo that is really cool, but yet accessible for the...

    intermediate sax player. I transposed the tenor sax part to alto sax, and that sounded good with the original concert key in F. We played it accompanied by piano, bass, and a 2nd alto sax, that was cool! I also transposed the 8 bar intro from piano to alto sax, and that sounded good, too.

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