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Star Children - PDF Download - Parts are 11 X 17, by Don Ellis (Don Ellis Critical Edition)



 
Our Price: $80.00
Difficulty Level: IV
Trumpet Range: C#6
Pages: 168

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Product Code: DL415PDF

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(Level IV) A mystical sounding piece in a slow 5/4. A combination of electronics, East Indian instruments, and a wordless choir make this a very atmospheric chart that will leave a unique impression on your audience. The writing is fairly easy, yet effective and features trumpet. Used in Cyberjam, the follow-up to the award-winning stage show, Blast! This piece is literally electronic, not mic'd. A Don Ellis Critical Edition (Critical Editor Nick Di Scala) WW Doubles (Reed 1: Electric Flute, Reed 1 Alt: Electric Flute, Sop. Sax., Reed 2: Electric Flute, Reed 2 Alt: Electric Alto Sax, Reed 3: Electric Flute, Piccolo, Reed 3 Alt: Electric Tenor Sax, Reed 4: Electric Flute, Reed 4 Alt: Electric Flute, Tenor Sax, Reed 5: Electric Flute, Reed 5 Alt: Electric Baritone Sax, Solo Trpt, 7 Brass plus Tuba (4 Trumpets, 3 Bones), Sitar, Tamboura, Drums 1, 2, 3, & 4, and Choir (SATB). 9 Brass By purchasing this product, you agree not to reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell, or exploit for any purpose, any portion of the music, use of the music, any data or image or access to the music. This download is intended for use by the purchaser only. Usually one (1) copy for one (1) ensemble.

You will need 11 x 17 paper the print the parts for this tune. And 8.5 X 14 paper to print the score.

PDF downloads are intended to be printed 1x by the consumer. It is against copyright law to distribute.

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