Superstition for Jazz Improv

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Stevie Wonder's Superstition, written with the intention of a group playing it and jamming. The written solo is just so it sounds better in musescore, obviously, if you were to play this, the tenor sax player would do his/her own thing. I wrote the backgrounds for the tenor player after the ending. Intend on having a fun time jamming with this song on keys, I hope you do too.

BTW this is in the original key, but the song barely uses Cb, so I made the key signature look less intimidating for people, because I play with high schoolers, and its easier to not have 6 flats. For the soloists, the song is based off of the Eb minor pentatonic scale, which is all the black keys on a keyboard (for concert pitch instruments). So if you base your solo off that pentatonic scale for the Ebm7-Absus stuff, you will be golden.

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Pages 8
Duration 04:07
Measures 73
Key signature 5 flats
Parts 7
Part names Tenor Saxophone, Alto Saxophone, Trumpet, Trombone, Keyboard, Bass, Percussion
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