Thats A Plenty

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  1. Based on Lew Pollack's Dixieland composition of "That's A Plenty," Les Hooper has arranged an exciting, up-tempo piece that features solo space for soprano saxophone, trumpet, trombone, and drums. This is a delightful piece that would provide some energy and variety to any concert program!
  2. Title: That's a Plenty Item Condition: used item in a good condition. 3 Southeast and East Asia Breakdown of countries. Sourced directly from the manufacturer or distributor of the original release. Are factory sealed and unopened/foramehaterredelnonetvefofe.coinfo Rating: % positive.
  3. A-plenty definition, in sufficient quantity; in generous amounts (usually used following the noun it modifies): He had troubles aplenty. See more.
  4. 47 scores found for "That's a plenty" ALL INSTRUMENTATIONS Jazz Ensemble (26) Piano, Vocal and Guitar (20) Brass ensemble (14) Piano solo (14) Concert band (14) Choral SATB (10) Guitar notes and tablatures (8) Children choir (7) Easy Piano (6) Cello (5) Melody line, Lyrics and Chords (5) Choral 3-part (5) Violin (5) B Flat, E Flat, C and Bass.
  5. THAT'S A PLENTY (BTS ) was the second LP for Anita, Bonnie, June and Ruth Pointer. It was released by BLUE THUMB Records in Feb. ' SIDE ONE Bangin' on the Pipes is a novelty barbershop quartet number that segues to the brassy Steam Heat. Brilliant speed-of-light vocals, á la Lambert, Hendricks & Ross, make Salt Peanuts a rare treat/5(10).
  6. The song That's a Plenty was written by Ray Gilbert and Lew Pollack and was first recorded by Hoagy Carmichael and Matty Malneck's Allstars in It was adapted from That's a Plenty (Ray Gilbert and Lew Pollack). It was covered by Jesse's New Orleans Band with Anna Sise, Rien ne va plus, The McGuire Sisters, Classic Jazz Ensemble and other artists.
  7. Publisher: Sierra Music Based on Lew Pollack's Dixieland composition of "That's A Plenty," Les Hooper has arranged an exciting, up-tempo piece that features solo space for soprano saxophone, trumpet, trombone, and drums. This is a delightful piece that would provide some energy and variety to any concert program!
  8. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of That's A Plenty on Discogs.5/5.
  9. That's A Plenty 's title track is a hot-steppin' Dixieland rag with a tricky syncopation and mile-a-minute lyrics, while "Little Pony" is another classy remake of a venerable jazz number, this time from the luminous Count Basie catalog. The Pointers definitely do it justice by bringing it 8/

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