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Bluesette - Nancy Jent - ....At Last (Vinyl, LP)

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  1. Discover releases, reviews, credits, songs, and more about Hank Jones - Bluesette at Discogs. Complete your Hank Jones collection/5(8).
  2. Dec 20,  · Bluesette was written by harmonica player Toots Thielemans. It became an international hit in the ’s and was original recorded with him whistling the melody along with a guitarist. This is a great 3/4 tune to add to your repertoire. Want some great jazz improv exercises to practice over this jazz standard? Check out 2 [ ].
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  4. «Best of JM: Whole(some) notes | Main | Chip Booth on music over time». August 9, | Closing in on Bluesette. Last month we looked at the chord structure of the jazz classic Autumn Leaves, trimming the chord structure to a manageable packet of two FFcP patterns in the "follow up blogutcenfenomsirubnogacosdioma.xyzinfolly you made the mental connection between months of drilling the FFcP Studies and their.
  5. Shop and Buy Bluesette sheet music. Jazz Ensemble sheet music book by Jean Thielemans and Norman Gimbel: Hal Leonard at Sheet Music Plus: The World Largest Selection of .
  6. A fantastic session from the early days of the Clarke-Boland Big Band! The record was cut in , under the aegis of Gigi Campi – and it features a core group that would later grow into the much-respected CBBB unit during the MPS years – working here as a smaller combo on a rare date read more LP, Vinyl record album.
  7. Download and Print Bluesette sheet music for piano solo by Norman Gimbel. High Quality and Interactive, Transpose it in any key, change the tempo, easy play & practice.
  8. "Bluesette" is a jazz standard by Toots Thielemans where he used whistling and guitar in unison. First recorded by Toots in , with lyrics added by Norman Gimbel the song became a major worldwide hit for several different singers and this still much beloved and requested piece has been re-recorded by him and commercially released on records/CDs many times over both in various studio.

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