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AnonymousCLOSE AS PAGES IN A BOOK (From "UP IN CENTRAL PARK") (1944)1Song Written by DOROTHY FIELDS & SIGMUND ROMBERG FROM-THIS IS THE ULTIMATE FAKE BOOK (1981)bookpdf
AnonymousMORE (TI guadero nel cuore) (from movie "MONDO CANE") (1962)1ENGLISH LYRICS by NORMAN NEWELL-(FROM Wedding & Love FAKE BOOK)bookpdf
AnonymousMORE (Ti guardero nel cuore) (from the movie "MONDO CANE") (1962)1FROM-EARLY ROCK 'N' ROLL ERA FAKE BOOK-(English lyrics by NORMAN NEWELL)bookpdf
JonoTan (8)This Could Be The Start of Something Big39A transcription done for a University project from the album "The Great Kai & J.J." by Kai Winding and J.J. Johnson. Parts include Tbn. I, Tbn. II, Pno., Bass, Drums and Score. It's currently in .sib format but can save parts as .pdf before sending.transcriptionpdf
shuragen (292)More4theme from Mondo Caneoriginalpdf

Artist bio


Kai Winding (May 18, 1922-May 6, 1983) was a popular Danish trombonist and jazz composer. He is well known for playing and recording with J. J. Johnson. Winding was born in Aarhus, Denmark. In 1934 his family emigrated to the United States. He graduated in 1940 from Stuyvesant High School in New York City. His career as a professional trombonist began in 1940 with Shorty Allen's band. After the war, Winding joined Benny Goodman's band and later moved on to Stan Kenton's orchestra. In 1950 he joined forces with J. J. Johnson to produce a highly successful series of trombone duet recordings.


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