(all instrumental parts are in the PDF file following the score) part from Macapá (big band)

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Full details

Macapá is a popular tune for small jazz/latin ensemble and now it's being brought to big band in style with this new arrangement! Featuring a sunny, cheerful melody, fun lines for numerous instruments, and a toe-tapping samba beat, Macapá is sure to put a smile on everybody's face and get plenty of bodies on the dance floor.

Please note that all parts are contained in the PDF file download after the score. There are also a few other optional parts (a clarinet part + an auxiliary percussion guide).

The flute part is also optional, but highly recommended!

Please do get in touch with any queries you may have at michael.roberts@ucl.ac.uk

3 minutes
Latin music and Jazz music

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