Makin' Whoopee

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Price £13.00 inc. UK P&P
Serial MK023
Comp/Arr Don-Kh/Meado
Instr. 4/5sax, rhy
Grade C

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Makin' Whoopee

                              Duration: 3 minutes

Makin’ Whoopee was originally written in the 1920s by Donaldson & Kahn and is a particularly well known tune from the era. The original theme behind Makin’ Whoopee begins with the celebration of a wedding, honeymoon and the joys of married life, but then swiftly moves onto babies, responsibilities, and ultimately to the possibility of divorce.

This arrangement of Makin’ Whoopee expands the saxophone quartet (or quintet) to include a full rhythm section. It is arranged for soprano sax (optional), alto sax 1, alto sax 2, tenor sax, baritone sax, guitar, piano, bass and drums.

The recording is by King Edward VI Camp Hill Saxophone ensemble.

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