Recorded by Kay Kyser
Arranged by George Dunning, Transcribed by Myles Collins
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Edition: Jazz Big Band Arrangement with Solo Vocal or Quintet

Description: Swing - Medium Easy

Publisher: Lush Life Music

Many big bands of the 30s and 40s performed novelty numbers, and most of them were very forgettable. However, some endured, simply because they were so well written and arranged. Kay Kyser's version of "Pass That Peace Pipe" is one of these. The arrangement was written by Bill Fontaine and Judd Conlon, and it is a beautiful piece of work. Whilst the chart was written for Female Vocal plus 4 piece backing (Gloria Wood and the Campus Kids), it will work with just a solo vocalist. Alto & Tenor saxes are called to double clarinets in the intro, but the parts are printed double-sided, with a no-double option, in case your players don't have clarinets. This is a very rare chart from the heyday of the Kyser band and a fine addition to any library.

Full Score
2 Alto Saxophones (opt. double on clarinet)
2 Tenor Saxophones (opt. double on clarinet)
Baritone Saxophone
4 Trumpets
4 Trombones
Trumpets 1-4: D6, B5, B6, B5
Trombones 1-4: Bb4, A4, A4, D4
Vocal Keys: Em to Fm