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One Afternoon in Tunisia | Big Band arrangement

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Big Band arrangement | 13 horns (4+5+4) | 8 rhythm (2 guitars, bass, 2 keys, drums, 2 percussion players). Written and arranged by Stefan Redtenbacher. Adapted for Big Band horn section by Peter Tomasso.

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One afternoon in Tunisia Big Band arrangement for 13 Horns (4 trumpets, 5 saxophones, 4 trombones) and 8 rhythm (2 guitars, bass, 2 keys, drums, 2 percussion players). This PDF counts 57 pages.

Description | This is ‘funky ballad’ with a very loose reference to ‘This Masquerade’ by George Benson or ‘After The Love Has gone’ by Earth, Wind and Fire and a guitar feature. Dynamics are key is this piece – going from the very quiet to powerful and strident where indicated. Featuring Flugel or trumpet and guitar.
Style | Funky Ballad
Tempo-Feel-Key | 73 BPM, straight 16ths, key of Fm
Grade | Medium
Ranges | Trumpets 1-4: D6, A5, F5, E5, Trombones 1-4: Ab4, G4, Eb4, Bb3
Credits | Written and arranged by Stefan Redtenbacher. Adapted for Big Band horn section by Peter Tomasso and Stefan Redtenbacher.

Includes unlimited streaming of One Afternoon in Tunisia via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

Contact Stefan if you’d like a standard size Big Band arrangement for 13 horns (4 trumpets, 5 saxophones, 4 trombones) and a 4 piece rhythm section (gtr, bass, drums, keys) or other alternations to suit your band’s line-up (1 or 2 horns with rhtyhm section or 5 piece horn section with rhythm section).

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