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The All-Jazz Real Book

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The only fake book that includes a free CD, featuring many of the melodies played by saxophone great Bob Sheppard and Friends. All original compositions by the best jazz writers: Chick Corea, Coltrane, Horace Silver, Michael Brecker, Miles, John Scofield, etc. Like all Sher Music fake books, it features composer-approved transcriptions, easy-to-read calligraphy, and many ...more
Hardcover, 544 pages
Published June 28th 2005 by Sher Music Co. (first published 2005)
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Tom Schulte
Apr 16, 2015 Tom Schulte rated it really liked it
The All-Jazz Real Book is a sturdy, well-constructed volume. The strong plastic, large-diameter spiral binding allows the book to set open and legible on any page whether on the music stand or piano. The durability of the binding guarantees a long life for even the most referenced copy. The charts in this C-version use chord notation from Standard Chord Symbol Notation (Brandt and Roemer). These large-print symbols are easy to read off the page. Lyrics are provided for songs that have them.

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