This is NOT the '60s pop hit recorded by Bobby Vee, but the classic jazz standard recorded by luminaries such as John Coltrane, Paul Desmond, and Horace Silver (and originally the theme song of the 1948 film noir starring Edward G. Robinson). Here's a great sounding Latin style setting creatively scored for young players with beautiful lines and countermelodies. Includes solos for alto sax and trombone.
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