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  1. Jul 20,  · Provided to YouTube by CDBaby I've Got The Blues/Lester Leaps In · Eddie Jefferson The Jazz Singer: Vocal Improvisations on Famous Jazz Solos ℗ .
  2. Apr 19,  · Find out why Close. Lester Leaps In - Jazz guitar & piano cover (Lester Young) Lester Leaps In-JATP Buddy Rich, Roy Eldridge, Charlie Parker, Lester Young - Duration:
  3. “Lester Leaps In” was written by Lester Young based on George and Ira Gershwin’s “I Got Rhythm.” Like the band’s other head arrangements, it features improvised solos built around a central riff, but where we might expect more of the band’s usual free-for .
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  5. Feb 28,  · Lester leaps in - Joe Fritz Quartet James Carter - Lester Leaps In - 8/16/ - Newport Jazz The United States Army Field Band 75, views. 25 II V I - .
  6. Sep 20,  · William "Count" Basie (August 21, -- April 26, ) was an American jazz pianist, organist, bandleader, and composer. Basie led his jazz orchestra almost continuously for nearly 50 years.
  7. LESTER LEAPS IN COUNT BASIE This transcription © SKRONKMUSIK skodarligeburmantpovazmirapabe.coinfo Tenor Sax. transcribed by ADAM ROBERTS As played by LESTER YOUNG in From The HISTORY of JAZZ, vol. 3: The SWING ERA.
  8. Feb 21,  · Find out why Close. Lester Young - New Lester Leaps In Harry James plays Lester Leaps In - Duration: Lester Leaps in- Lester Young's solo transcirption - Duration:
  9. This great tune by legendary saxophonist Lester Young is a simple and familiar melody that lends itself to many well known jazz quotes and licks. A tenor sax solo is written out and the lead trumpet range is written to G on top of the staff. Arranger Rich Sigler incorporates some clever musical devices to create an interesting yet accessible chart.

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