The Hustle

The 1961 movie The Hustler told the story of Fast Eddie taking on the legendary Minnesota Fats in a tale of professional billiards and high-stakes betting. Fast tempi prevail through most of this show to create the mood musically and visually.

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SHOW SUMMARY

The 1961 movie The Hustler told the story of Fast Eddie taking on the legendary Minnesota Fats in a tale of professional billiards and high-stakes betting.

Fast tempi prevail through most of this show to create the mood musically and visually. Tempos are flexible and can be “cranked” as the season progresses.

All packages include Scores & Parts (in PDF format) and MP3 files.

Difficulty: Medium

MOVEMENTS

MOVEMENT ONE: Break Shot 2:00

Featured Solos or Sections: Trumpet

MOVEMENT TWO: Carom 1:25

Featured Solos or Sections: Marimba, Battery

MOVEMENT THREE: English 1:19

Featured Solos or Sections: Vibes, Flute or Clarinet

MOVEMENT FOUR: Eight Ball 2:04

Featured Solos or Sections: Battery

SCORE OPTIONS

Shows are sold in two (2) packages: Wind and front ensemble scores and parts. And, Winds, front ensemble, and battery score and parts.

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BATTERY INCLUDED

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