Christmas Island - Young Jazz Ensemble: Level 3 - Score & Parts

Item # QAR414127
| Mfg # 7012327
| UPC # 888680017521
Our Price: $45.00

Composed in the '40s and originally recorded by the Andrew Sisters, Christmas Island has been recorded countless times since then, notably by Ella Fitzgerald and also by Leon Redbone (used in the movie Elf). Paul Murtha's version is set in a medium swing style with great-sounding voicings for young ensembles.

Series: Young Jazz (Jazz Ensemble)
Score & Parts
Composer: Lyle Moraine
Arranger: Paul Murtha
Level: 3
Inventory #HL 07012327
UPC: 888680017521
Width: 9.0"
Length: 12.0"

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