UPC: 888680684310. 9.0x12.0x0.113 inches.
Opening with a lyric section featuring a solo for flugelhorn (or trumpet), this appealing work includes sensuous melodies surrounded by lush and “bluesy” harmonies. The uptempo “mambo” kicks in with an infectious percussion groove that accompanies the melodies and riffs from the full ensemble. A marvelous and entertaining change of pace. Dur: 4:00.
ISBN 9781540068699. UPC: 888680973285. 6.75x10.5x0.029 inches.
Direct from the 1950's comes this delightful little song and recorded by a myriad of artists through the decades. Mark Hayes' arrangement is full of fun and life and will be appealing to all ages. Try some movement adding a little “uh” to your performance and a little mambo to your stage. Absolutely timeless!
ISBN 9781540068743. UPC: 888680973339. 5.0x5.0x0.185 inches.
Direct from the 1950's comes this delightful little song and recorded by a myriad of artists through the decades. Mark Hayes' arrangement is full of fun and life and will be appealing to all ages. Try some movement adding a little uh to your performance and a little mambo to your stage. Absolutely timeless!
UPC: 888680908331. 6.75x10.5 inches.
“Solfege Mambo” draws heavily upon Latin American traditions of syncopation, staccato movement and rhythmic expression. With a text that teaches as well as entertains, this piece practically begs you to get up and dance!
UPC: 888680908355. 5.0x5.0x0.143 inches.
Solfege Mambo draws heavily upon Latin American traditions of syncopation, staccato movement and rhythmic expression. With a text that teaches as well as entertains, this piece practically begs you to get up and dance!
ISBN 9781540068712. UPC: 888680973308. 6.75x10.5x0.029 inches.
ISBN 9781628761399. UPC: 746241212191. English.
Mambos just don't get any friendlier than this. Every section in the orchestra is featured, with lots of fun imitation between upper and lower strings. All parts are in first position, with only one low 2 in the violin 1 part. A nice tutti pizzicato section adds additional challenge to a very simple rhythmic theme. Optional percussion parts make this mambo muy bien!
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Using only the first six notes introduced in most band methods, Robert W. Smith gives us Danza Del Mambo for beginning band. Written in the classic Cuban dance style, this mambo features the percussion section using standard Latin percussion instruments such as claves, maracas, guiro and agogo bells. The flowing melodic line over the infectious Latin mambo groove will have your musicians moving and the audience dancing in the aisles!
UPC: 805095171006. English.
Mambo Maderas combines the chachacha and the classical mambo with a touch of jazz. It should be played slightly faster than a chachacha and somewhat slower than a mambo. Maderas means wooden, since the piece---aside from the use of percussion---is exlusively performed by woodwind instruments. The choice and number of percussion instruments employed is variable: The composition can either played without any percussion or by using one, two, three, or four percussion instruments.
A distinctive and exciting example of the mambo style with authentic rhythms in the horns, accompanied by a driving mambo beat in the rhythm section.
About Standard of Excellence Jazz Ensemble Method
The Standard of Excellence Jazz Ensemble Method is designed to help both you and your jazz ensemble students explore the world of jazz through easy-to-use Rhythm Studies, Improvisation Studies, Instrument Specific Exercises, and full ensemble jazz charts. The approach is non-theoretical and aurally based. Each part book comes with an accompaniment CD, so like every great jazz player throughout history, students learn to play jazz by listening!
A good Latin groove can be hard for a young band to play, but Morning Mambo is a Grade 2 piece written specifically so that the young player can feel the fire and energy of a Mambo. The composer says, The jazz bands that teach, like so many others, rehearse early in the morning before school thought a nice Latin groove would be a good way to start the day!
Uniquely scored Mambo style chart allows for the conductor add sections at various times to allow a different performance each time it is played. Get your rhythm section going with congas, bongos, timbales, cow bell etc. for a real authentic Mambo sound. Optional Afro-Cuban percussion parts included.
Discover the electrifying sounds of old Havana with this original, fiery mambo. Experience the thrill of irresistible syncopation supported by a variety of Latin percussion instruments including timbales, agogo bells, cowbell, claves, and samba whistle. Authentic, yet approachable. Mambo!
About FJH Developing Band
Slightly more advanced than beginning band. Clarinet 1 begins to play over the break. Rhythms and ranges are expanded to accommodate the end of first-year as well as second-year instruction. Grade 1.5