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STUDIO ORCHESTRA. In 2001 a poll of more than 200 Brazilian journalists, musicians and other artists was conducted by a leading Brazilian daily newspaper, Folha de São Paulo. Águas de Março was named as the all-time best Brazilian song in this poll. The song first appeared in 1972 on the self-titled record Jobim. Ogerman's instrumentation features 4 various types of flutes, along with violins, cello, guitar, piano, bass, and drums. Ogerman specifies 12 violins and 5 celli and provided exact divisi instructions (which we have included). In addition, all flutes are on bass flute for 4 measures only. We have retained this but have included alternate alto flute parts in the event that bass flutes aren't available. Lastly, we have included both the original Portuguese lyrics as well as the English lyrics. Learn More£45.00
Michael Buble Augmented Big Band Chart. The really powerful opener from the "Caught in the Act" concert DVD.Includes strings, flutes and clarinets as for our "Live at the Albert" titles. Instrumentation: 5 saxes (AATTB), 4 trumpets, 4 trombones, 4 rhythm, 2 flutes, 2 Bb clarinets, violins I and II, viola, cello, vocal and full score. The string parts at no higher than UK Ass, Board Grade V level. This is a performance of our published chart: Learn More£45.00