Something Unusual – Sergio Mihanovich
The instrumental version of Something Unusual is available as a Minus You melody track with an accompanying three-flugelhorn arrangement. Our Minus You parts show all the rhythms of the horn accompaniment.
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- Recording: Don Sickler - Further Explorations With Larger Ensembles
- Recorded on: October 21, 2004
- Label: jazzleadsheets.com (JLS 1041)
- Concert Key: F
- Vocal Range: , to
- Style: Swing (slow)
- Trumpet, Flugelhorns - Don Sickler
- Piano - Gloria Cooper
- Bass - Tim Givens
- Drums - Vince Cherico
clip Our Minus Melody track has a very simple form:
-- solo 1 chorus
-- out melody
The intro figure reappears at the end of the in melody and solo choruses. The soloist is encouraged to play fills around this figure.
May 8, 1937 – May 7, 2012
Sergio Mihanovich was a beloved composer in his native Buenos Aires. In Argentina, Sergio was active in many areas: writing soundtracks for Argentine films and theatrical productions; working in nightclubs; recording in both jazz (performing and recording with saxophonist Gato Barbieri) and pop settings; as an educator; and as a writer of both music and words. In the 1960s Sergio lived in the United States for a time, writing the songs that eventually became part of the Second Floor Music catalog and working as a pianist/vocalist/composer. Read more...