Sex and the City (Main Theme) - For Percussion Ensemble

Item # QIT288138
| Mfg # 32645
| UPC # 038081354798
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Sex and the City (Main Theme)
For Percussion Ensemble
By Douglas Cuomo / arr. Rick Mattingly
Item: 00-32645
UPC: 038081354798
Category: Percussion - Ensemble
Instrument: Percussion Ensemble

This percussion ensemble arrangement of the theme from the hit series Sex and the City captures its alluring mix of sultry vibraphone melody and hot Latin groove. Playable by an ensemble of from five to ten players, this should be a hit on any concert.
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