Tin-Pan Alley Folio for Brass: Enticement

An Argentine Idyl

By: James Reese Europe
For: Brass quintet
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James Reese Europe
Year of composition
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Difficult (Grades 7+)
3 minutes
Latin music
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The composer's name on the sheet music for this tango, first published in 1914 by Joseph W. Stern & Co. of New York, is Eporue Yenbad, an encryption of the last names of James Reese Europe and his fellow of Harlem's Clef Club, Ford T. Dabney.

It was likely written for the famed husband-and-wife dance team of Vernon and Irene Castle. The Castles found Europe's Society Orchestra among the best they had worked with, and hired Europe as their band leader and Dabney as their arranger.

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