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The Roots of Jazz for Violin & Violoncello

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George Speckert has once again created a collection of easy pieces which are fun to perform and sound attractive. The duets are comfortable to play, have an authentic jazz feel to them and are full of nuances; musicians and teachers will enjoy them as much as the listener. Marked rhythms and distinctive melodies give the pieces that special something. 

From the contents
“The Entertainer” (Scott Joplin), “Nobody Knows the Trouble I’ve Seen” (trad.), “When the Saints Go Marching In” (trad.), “St. Louis Blues” (W. C. Handy), “Tiger Rag” (Hold that Tiger) (Nick la Rocca), “New Orleans” (Newton Alexander) and original compositions by George Speckert

The author
George Speckert is renowned for his easy yet sonorous arrangements for mixed string ensembles. He is a composer, author, and teacher for multi-media production and e-learning.

Contents:

Preface 
 
Composer / Author: Joplin, Scott 
The Entertainer 
 
Composer / Author: Speckert, George A. 
Boogie Woogie 
 
Composer / Author: Speckert, George A. 
Got the Blues 
 
Composer / Author: Speckert, George A. 
Jazzin it! 
 
Nobody Knows The Trouble I've Seen 
 
When the Saints go Marchin' In 
 
Composer / Author: Gibbs, Arthur Harrington 
Runnin' Wild 
 
Composer / Author: Original Dixieland Jazz Band 
Tiger Rag (Hold That Tiger) 
 
Composer / Author: Speckert, George A. 
The Blues in St. Louis 


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