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Well You Neednt

9 thoughts on “ Well You Neednt

  1. You’re coming off lame Well you needn’t It’s over now It’s over now You’re bending my ear Well you needn’t You’re calling me dear Well you needn’t You’re acting sincere Well you needn’t It’s over now It’s over now It’s over now It’s over now Don’t wanna see Don’t need a row You had you 10/10(2).
  2. Browse our 4 arrangements of "Well You Needn't." Sheet music is available for Piano, Voice, Guitar and 1 others with 6 scorings and 1 notation in 8 genres. Find your perfect arrangement and access a variety of transpositions so you can print and play instantly, anywhere.
  3. Well You Needn't: Jazz Ensemble Conductor Score: $ View: Share. Product Details. Description. A shuffle at BPM, this is a feature for two tenor saxesnot a duel, but a vehicle to showcase both your tenor players. Sample solos are provided, and the lead trumpet range is to written high C-sharp. Featuring a great sax soli and shout Category: Jazz Ensemble.
  4. “Well, You Needn’t” was written in by Thelonious Monk. According to biographer Robin Kelley, Monk was inspired by singer Charlie Beamon, who, when told the song would be named for him, replied “Well, you need not” or words to that effect.
  5. Jan 13,  · WELL YOU NEEDNT - Theolonius Monk Tabbed by: Saitenstechen E-mail: [email protected] Another very old jazz standard. Very fun tune. Listen to the song for the timing. Tuning: EADGBe F7 Gb7 F7 Gb7 F7 Gb7 e.
  6. “Well, You Needn’t” is a composition written by Thelonious Monk, first recorded October 24, for the Genius of Modern Music sessions. It later appears on Piano Solo and Monk’s Music.
  7. You say you won't cheat well you needn't You're tappin' your feet well you needn't It's over now, it's over now. You're dressin' with class well you needn't You're holdin' your sass well you needn't You think you're a gas well you needn't It's over now, it's over now. It's over now, it's over now You've had your fun, so take a bow You oughta.
  8. Well You Needn't. Thelonious Monk/arr. Mike Kamuf - Alfred Publishing Belwin Division. Click to review. This chart kicks! It's a shuffle at around bpm and is a feature for two tenor saxes. This is not a duel, but a vehicle to showcase both tenor players. Sample tenor solos are provided, the lead trumpet range is to written high C-sharp.

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