Piano part from The Saint’s Visit Havana with a Touch of W.A.Mozart for Bb Tenor Saxophone & Piano

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An arrangement for Bb Tenor Saxophone & Piano of ’The Saints’ with a touch of the exotic Cuban Rumba and a hint of W.A. Mozart!

Great piece for your next concert.

Rumba is a family of percussive rhythms, song and dance that originated in Cuba as a combination of the musical traditions of Africans brought to Cuba as slaves and Spanish colonizers. The name derives from the Cuban Spanish word rumbo which means "party" or "spree". It is secular, with no religious connections. Rhythmically, Afro-Cuban folkloric rumba is based on the five-stroke pattern called clave and the inherent structure it conveys. Carlos Vidal Bolado (better known simply as Carlos Vidal) was the first to commercially record authentic folkloric rumba (Ritmo Afro-Cubano SMC 2519-A and 2520-B, circa 1948).


Composer
Traditional Arr:Terrett
Duration
2 minutes
Genre
Other
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