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Hal Leonard Trumpet Play-Along

Hal Leonard Trumpet Play-Along Series

Hal Leonard Trumpet Play-AlongThe Hal Leonard Trumpet Play-Along series is designed to help you learn to play tunes quickly and easily with printed music and access to online audio tracks for download and streaming. Volume 2, Trumpet Classics includes “Ciribiribin,” Harry James; “Feels So Good,” Chuck Mangione; “Java,” Al Hirt; “Music to Watch Girls By,” Bob Crewe Generation; “Spanish Flea,” Herb Alpert; “Sugar Blue,” Al Hirt; “A Taste of Honey,” Herb Alpert; and “The Toy Trumpet,” Raymond Scott. The other three volumes available are: Volume 1, Popular Hits; Volume 3, Classic Rock, and Volume 4, Great Themes.

Hal Leonard Trumpet Play-Along Volume 2, Hal Leonard Corporation,

Joe Pass 10 Choice Tunes

Hal Leonard’s Jazz Play Along: Joe Pass 10 Choice Tunes

Joe Pass 10 Choice TunesHal Leonard’s Jazz Play-Along series is the ultimate learning tool for jazz musicians. Joe Pass 10 Choice Tunes for Bb, Eb, C, and bass clef instruments includes lead sheets and play-along CD for improvisation study and performance. Included are: “Catch Me,” “C.E.D.,” “Chlo-e,” “Fleur d’Ennui,” “For Django,” “A Foxy Chick and a Cool Cat,” “Hang Tough,” “Just Friends,” “Lullaby of the Leaves,” and “Soon.” Each tune has a choice of CD backing tracks: split track with melody, removable bass and piano, or full stereo rhythm section.

Hal Leonard’s Jazz Play-Along: Joe Pass 10 Choice Tunes, arranged and produced by Mark Taylor and Jim Roberts, Hal Leonard Corporation, www.halleonard.com.

The Real Book

The Real Book: Volume V, C Instruments

The Real BookThe Real Book is Hal Leonard’s alternative to poorly designed, inaccurate, badly edited fake books on the market today. The Real Book is extremely accurate, neat, and designed for practical use, and each of its more than 400 songs is fully licensed for use. Volume V highlights major jazz composers of the last 60 years, with special attention given to the 1960s and 1970s. Included arrangements represent work of the jazz giants of the last 40 years—Miles, Corea, Evans, Jobim, Mulligan, Siver, and Powell, as well as many newer artists.

The Real Book: Volume V, C Instruments, www.halleonard.com.