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This is pure Woody Herman, & a great transcription by Bob Martin of the original Nat Pierce chart. The Jazz Me Blues is an old Dixieland tune of the 1920's & this arrangement lifts it into a new sphere altogether. Written in the "Four Brothers" style, it is scored for three tenors, baritone & clarinet (though we include duplicate parts for alto sax, making it playable by a standard section line-up), with solo's for clarinet, tenor & trombone. With a nice arranging twist there is even a cameo passage of Dixieland built into the final chorus, just to remind us where the tune originally came from. Learn More£29.50