Duke Ellington called him the world's greatest drummer, and Bellson, to this day, lives up to the description. He's a composer, arranger, bandleader, tireless jazz educator, pioneered the use of two bass drums, and in terms of the speed of his hands and feet and the wonderful, percussive ideas he conveys on the drums, stands next to only Buddy Rich as the total technician. This up-tempo classic swing number has proved to be one of the most popular titles in our catalogue. Top note A for lead Trumpet. Lively but not difficult, written out solos for Trumpet and Tenor Saxophone, plus Drum breaks and a Carillon ending. In the key of F.