Perez Prado

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  • Cerezo Rosa (Cherry Pink)

    Cerezo Rosa, or Cherry Pink & Apple Blossom White as it is otherwise known, is probably Perez Prado's most well known piece. In essence, it's a Trumpet solo with big band backing, & is instantly recognisable for the valved & lipped slur/scoop at the start of the soloists phrase. We have written the solo part for the 4th Trumpet. All of the rhythm parts are written out in full, though your Pianist & Guitarist are equally free to play their own interpretation from the chords provided. The lead Trumpet has to reach a high E once, & some high D's with an option to scream to high F.  No sax doubles. Learn More
  • La Rubia

    Although an easy chart to play, it is nevertheless very effective & has the trademark Prado unison sax lines which underpin the feel of the chart, which when coupled with the stabbing brass hits & riffs make for a powerful & fun performance. The Brass ranges are moderate, with lead Trumpet hitting top C for 2 short notes. There are no sax doubles. Learn More
  • Mambo Jambo

    Another fine composition from Perez Prado, & a powerful Mambo chart that has an all pervading swing feel. The usual Prado trademarks are here, with unison Saxes in the first chorus, overlaid with stabbing Brass in the repeat & great big pedal notes from the Trombones in the bridges. Although we have classed this chart as an instrumental, all of your blowers get to sing the last chorus. Great fun all round. There are no sax doubles.  Duration: 2'20". Learn More

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