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Parkers Mood - Various - Les 100 Plus Grands Thèmes Du Blues (CD)

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  1. Digital Sheet Music for Parker’s Mood (C Instruments) by, Charlie Parker scored for Lead Sheet; id Buy fully licensed online digital, transposable, printable sheet music.
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  5. "Parker's Mood" is a sauntering blues in B flat, written and debuted by Charlie Parker during a studio date for Savoy, with John Lewis, Curly Russell, and Max theisernaconsligmalodoriffretpyona.xyzinfo alto saxophonist's playing seems almost effortless in this rather deliberate composition.
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  7. Print and download Parker's Mood sheet music in pdf. Learn how to play Charlie Parker songs for alto, piano and drums online. Parker's Mood. Charlie Parker. Other versions. Charlie Parker. Acompañamiento. Percusión. 1. Save. Recommended for you. Numb Linkin Park. Chop Suey! System of a Down. Another One Bites the Dust.
  8. Compact disc. Program notes by Jim Anderson on insert in container. Performer(s): All compositions by Charlie Parker except Laura (by Raskin & Mercer), Repetition (by Neal Hefti), April in Paris (by Harburg & Duke), and Star Eyes (by Raye and DePaul) ; performed by Roy Hargrove (trumpet, flugelhorn), Christian McBride, bass, and Stephen Scott.

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