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String of Pearls? - but everybody's got that in their library. Well, yes and no. There are many bands using a 'stock' dance band arrangement originally written for 5 saxes and 5 brass, and possibly then adapted for a bigger band. The problem is that it's 'wrong' on a number of counts. The original is faithfully reproduced for you here, with the saxes scored properly (AATTA/B) including the two Tenor chase solo, the brass voiced correctly, the Piano solo and fills written out, and the wrong notes and chord progressions tidied up. All of the expressions and dynamics are in place and easy to read. This is a really good value for money chart and will give your band the authentic sound of Glenn Miller when you play it. Baritone sax doubles Alto. Trumpet solo written for 2nd part, and cued on lead part. Second Tenor portion of sax duet cued on 2nd Alto part.

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