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Mambo Greats

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(ar. Stephen Bulla)


General Info

Year: 2013
Duration: c. 5:30
Difficulty: IV (see Ratings for explanation)
Publisher: Hal Leonard

Cost: Score and Parts - $80.00   |   Score Only - $7.50


Instrumentation

Full Score
C Piccolo
Flute I-II
Oboe
Bassoon
Bb Soprano Clarinet I-II-III
Eb Alto Clarinet
Bb Bass Clarinet
Eb Alto Saxophone I-II
Bb Tenor Saxophone
Eb Baritone Saxophone
Bb Trumpet I-II-III
Horn in F I-II-III-IV
Trombone I-II-III
Euphonium (Bass Clef & Treble Clef)
Tuba
String Bass
Mallet Percussion
Percussion I-II-III, including:

  • Bells
  • Claves
  • Conga
  • Guiro
  • Mambo Bell
  • Maracas
  • Timbales
  • Wood Block
  • Xylophone


Errata

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Program Notes

Featuring classic mambo hits from Tito Puente, Perez Prado and Pablo Beltran Ruiz, here is a stunning symphonic medley showcasing this exciting musical genre. Includes: Mambo #5, , Ran Kan Kan, Sway (Qien Sera), and Mambo Jambo.

-Program Note by publisher


The mambo is said to have its origins in Cuba in the 1930s, and Aresnio Rodriguez is credited with the creation of mambo music. The music was later developed in Havana and Perez Prado brought the music to Mexico. In the 1940s, Prado was said to come up with the dance and was the first person to market this traditional music as “Mambo.” Generations later, the Mambo is often called “Salsa.” Regardless of what you call it, Mambo Greats features four classic mambo hits from Tito Puente, Perez Prado and Pablo Beltrán Ruiz: Mambo #5, Ran Kan Kan, Sway and Mambo Jambo, and is sure to make you want to get up and join the fun!

-Program Note by the VanderCook College of Music Symphonic Band


Commercial Discography

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