Standards For Trumpet Vol 2: Pure Imagination

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Standards For Trumpet Vol 2: Pure Imagination
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Overview

Featuring the second volume of Standards for Trumpet! This album is called Pure Imagination for several reasons, the most obvious being it's the title of a wonderful song from the classic film Willie Wonka and The Chocolate Factory and is included in this volume. As in Vol. 1 (MMO6841), these albums are dual-purpose. They can be listened to as renditions of some of the finest songs in what has been called The Great American Song Book; and in the traditional "minus one" format, as a practice and education tool.

This Music Minus One Edition includes a high-quality, newly transcribed note-for-note trumpet solo part, printed on easy-to-read, acid-free ivory paper. The accompanying CD contains the complete performance of each piece, followed by a second version minus the soloist. May be used by all Bb Instruments.

Bob Zottola is a Trumpet and Flugel horn player whose versatility across many musical genres has found him at the Lincoln Center with the American Ballet Orchestra, at World’s Fair with Benny Goodman, with Quincy Jones, and on a four month World Tour with Chick Corea. His experience accompanying stars such as Frank Sinatra, Tony Bennett, Nat ‘King’ Cole, Rosemary Clooney, Stevie Wonder, Mel Tormé and Peggy Lee along with a long list of NYC performances such as West Side Story, Chicago, 42nd Street, Hello Dolly and a 16 year run with Les Miserables, has polished his multi-faceted musical abilities to what they are today.

Contents

  • Always
  • Body And Soul
  • Embraceable You
  • Here's That Rainy Day
  • I Got Rhythm
  • I May Be Wrong
  • Pure Imagination
  • September In The Rain
  • Smoke Gets In Your Eyes
  • This Happy Madness

Specs

Product IDCOBS012946381
Instrumentation Trumpet Solo
Publisher Music Minus One
Publisher Ref No MMOCD6842
Language Eng
Media Book & CD
No of Pages48

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