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Bad

INSTRUMENT GROUP: Blasorchester
KOMPONIST: Michael Jackson
VERLAG: De Haske Publications
PRODUKTFORMAT: Partitur
Five years after the release of the monster album Thriller , which sold a record-breaking 105 million copies worldwide up to this date, this second single from the album Bad , released in 1987, also peaked at number one on the Billboard chart. This song was performed during Michael’s first solo
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Spezifikationen
Instrument Group Blasorchester
Komponist Michael Jackson
Arrangeur Hirokazu Fukushima
Verlag De Haske Publications
Instrumentierung Concert Band/Harmonie
Moeilijkheidsgraad orkest Grade 3
Produktformat Partitur
Erscheinungsjahr 2012
European Parts Included Yes
Genre Pop und Rock
ISMN 9790035221372
Seitenzahl 20
No. DHP 1125267-140
Definitive Duration 00:04:02
Beschreibung
Five years after the release of the monster album Thriller, which sold a record-breaking 105 million copies worldwide up to this date, this second single from the album Bad, released in 1987, also peaked at number one on the Billboard chart. This song was performed during Michael’s first solo world tour that started from Japan (Korakuen Stadium) in September 1987. The short film directed by Martin Scorsese also generated great publicity. In particular, the animated group dance scene in the subway made a huge impact on the viewers and distinguished Michael’s image. As the video depicts, “bad” in this song’s lyrics indicate the kicking, cool unruly living on thestreets. As the opening number, Bad strikes out a course of slight-but-right edginess with its dynamically groovy arrangement that underscores the electric funk in the original tune. Don’t miss the last punch line: Who’s bad?
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