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Frank,

I've noticed that you've posted a few requests for sheet music lately. Perhaps your best bet would be to grab a copy of "Band in a Box" or similar. You can then get a zillion tunes, including all the jazz standards, for free from various websites. You can also import a tune in midi format and then see it in standard notation.
 

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It's also in the REAL BOOK
 

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Also very easy to transcribe.
 

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Because I'm getting soft in my old age, Here's a version in D for alto sax. That's concert F. If you play tenor, you'll have to transpose. Save the image, open in photoshop, ms paint, whatever and resize it. Then print and Bob's your uncle.
 

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Come to think of it, am I allowed to do that? If not, please delete the image mods, with my apologies.
 
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