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« on: Yesterday at 08:10 AM »

I am looking for the above just for at home practicing and use, but so far I couldn't find anything that makes sense and it is not far from the original version in D (up to a whole step away is fine).

I found this http://www.backtracksfree.com/backingtrack/127870/hollywood_sound_stage_orchestra_the/i_39m_getting_sentimental_over_you.html but I cannot make sens of it.
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« Reply #1 on: Yesterday at 08:28 AM »

If it were me, I'd get the sheet music and plug it into MuseScore with the solo line on its own staff so I could turn that off.

Then I could mess with tempos and keys as much as I wanted.
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« Reply #2 on: Yesterday at 08:40 AM »

Well, not to beat a dead horse, but Band-In-A-Box is always my go-to for such things. Maybe someone would save a GSOY BiaB backing track as a wave file and send it to you.

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« Reply #3 on: Yesterday at 08:42 AM »

Well, not to beat a dead horse, but Band-In-A-Box is always my go-to for such things. Maybe someone would save a GSOY BiaB backing track as a wave file and send it to you.

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That would be awesome, thanks for the idea  Good!
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« Reply #4 on: Yesterday at 08:52 AM »

That would be awesome, thanks for the idea  Good!

One thing I like about BiaB is that the key can very easily be changed.

But if you don't have that software and don't want to invest in it just for this project, then if you need a wave file, PM me with your email address. Our email carriers ought to be able to handle an MP3 file.

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« Reply #5 on: Yesterday at 09:02 AM »

Start playing when you hear the piano around 00.30". It's viciously slow...
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« Reply #6 on: Yesterday at 09:32 AM »

Thanks, Pre59, I start to undesrstand how it goes, though it is not obvious, tempo is rather ad libitum
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« Reply #7 on: Yesterday at 11:41 AM »

Thanks, Pre59, I start to undesrstand how it goes, though it is not obvious, tempo is rather ad libitum
Just make sure you make the important chord changes in time with the backing.
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« Reply #8 on: Yesterday at 02:11 PM »

I have a Band-in-a-Box backing track and the Lush Music arrangement of “I’m Getting Sentimental”, which is supposed to be a proper transcription of the Dorsey arrangement.

Incidentally, we have been through this exercise previously on the forum with lots of suggestions. I'll see if I can find it with a Search function.

Yes, here it is:

http://tromboneforum.org/index.php?action=printpage;topic=33577.0

I also have the BiaB trombone sheet in my forum library and so can attach this below. However, it was my transcription of what I needed to see to sound like Dorsey and there was some criticism. But I could send the proper 1st Trombone sheet from the arrangement if you do not already have a copy of the Dorsey part.



I can email you that copy of the trombone part from the arrangement. I could also make you a copy of my backing track that you can play on say a Windows Player - Midi perhaps?

Let me know if any of this would help.

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« Reply #9 on: Yesterday at 02:14 PM »

Tim (Geezer) already sent me a file. Thanks guys, you are great Good!
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« Reply #10 on: Yesterday at 02:30 PM »

You posted that last one while I was modifying my post. So still let me know if you want anything. I know Tim was part of that original conversation.
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« Reply #11 on: Yesterday at 02:33 PM »

No, Graham. The file that Tim made suits me perfectly. Thanks for your kindness.
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