By David Baker

This booklet is addressed to the wishes of the composer-arranger who's drawn to writing for small combos (3-10 items) in jazz, rhythm & blues, and jazz-rock. It contains excerpts from small workforce preparations, entire rankings of recorded and released preparations, musical examples, urged recordings, and advised analyzing.

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