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I am looking for another Dixieland fake book. I have a few already. We need a book that has both Bb and C. Hoping that I will find tunes like. Can anyone recommend a good Dixieland fake book? -but for some of the jam sessions it was a pain to borrow a Bb fake book all of the time. Creole Jazz Band Fake Book Ver Bb Treble. Pages·· MB· The Firehouse Jazz Band - Dixieland Fake Book. Pages··

I have a few already.

We need a book that has both Bb and C. Thanks for the help. Grah Transcribing jazz solos is fraught with difficulties because exact rhythmic notation is well-nigh impossible.

So listen carefully because it's the only way to learn how to play jazz trombone so that we can return to the Golden Age. In the back of the book, there's an address for people to send payments: It was published in I hope it's still available because it's a fantastic resource.

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But I have to admit I have never seen it. Not that I need one myself because I always use the best version of a tune I can find in my big personal library, including the ones I have mentioned, and then put it into Band-in-a-Box. I remember specifically playing Milenburg Joys and Panama during an assembly.

I think there was a series of arrangements.

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I don't know if they're still in print. Maybe tucked away in some school's music library somewhere???

If you want to continue playing a long time, it may make sense to copy out your own dixieland book, clearly copied with easy to read notes and chords for the Bb clarinet. You might download a standard jazz fakebook in Bb and Xerox the tunes you need to put in your own book. You can also make a piano book in C if you have the time which might make the keyboard player happy.

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Good luck! All I can say is that the author definitely talks a good game.

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As for the books of charts, I have a number of partial sets but see no point in using them. The musicians already know what they're doing.

They just need to get on the same page in terms of specific songs. Wes, I was thinking more along the lines of the newer Real Books from Sher.

I agree with you that the most reliable fake sheets are the ones you make yourself, but we have already been doing that and it has proved unsatisfactory in terms of the labor involved and the number tunes that we have at our fingertips.

There is much to be said for having some good collections and just being able to shop through them as a band. This is the goal, anyway.

Thanks to all for your help. I also have a great many other fakebooks with which to compare, and I would say Littlefield gets high marks for legibility.

Some other pluses: There is a sample page: I do think he does a poor job on credits and documentation, often supplying the name and date of a famous performance of the tune, but not the composer and date of composition.

Lots of references to Firehouse Five, Turk Murphy and such. There are performance suggestions which must be intended to help you fit in with Dixieland custom.

I personally feel these are a bad thing, having the effect of cutting the player off from the inspiration that can be got from the original arrangements, and promulgating the cliches of modern Dixieland. I look forward to DW's impending book "Vol.


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