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A Minor Affair - Score Sheet Music by Sammy Nestico

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Composer Sammy Nestico
Publisher Fenwood Music Co., Inc.
Pages 36
Format Legacy
Part Name Score
Scored For Jazz Ensemble
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Scored For: Jazz Ensemble
Composer: Sammy Nestico
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A Minor Affair - Score and Parts
A Minor Affair was written for my CD This is the Moment and recorded by the Sammy Nestico orchestra. Strive for a good blend of altos/trumpets and tenor/trombone figures. Mostly section material until the ensemble at bar 85. Minor blues always offers more color. No straight time for the guitar. He should be “comping” most of the way.