2/7/19 update: Forrest, as is his wont on jazz pieces, has made some changes and improvements to the Tuxedo Junction score. You’ll get new paper copies on the 9th. The new files have added some little solos (I’m not sure who’s going to sing them but I left them in the soprano part since that’s how they’re written) fixed some of the jazziness and added some swing. Hopefully this will help us in our quest to be hep cats. All the new tracks say “new” at the beginning. I left the old tracks in place in case you want to compare.
This piece should go pretty fast and some of the rhythms are either very short and hard to hear or pretty intricate and hard to hear so I have slowed down the practice tracks. You’ll notice there’s quite a difference between the length of the regular track and the lengths of the slowed version.
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