Jazz (Sketch for TTBB)

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Full details

So this is a pretty loose piece. I realize that the lyrics don't make much sense, take them for what they're worth. Be expressive, and this piece works best with a small ensemble, maybe eight to sixteen men. Naturally the Tenor I's D's are in falsetto, as is much of that top part. Follow the melodic lines for your dynamics, and rhythms for tempi. Apply rubato as you see fit, and take the piece at whatever pace you feel is suitable for your performance. Thanks for taking a look, and if by any chance you do decide to print this, please, send me an e-mail letting me know what you think.


Score ID
34776
Year of composition
2004
Lyricist
Charles Pletcher
Difficulty
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
Instrumentation
Quartet of Voices
Licensing

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