Jab means “devil”, and it is a form of masquerade played on the carnival monday morning (J’ouvert).
The traditions of J’ouvert vary widely throughout the Caribbean although in countries like Grenada, Trinidad and Tobago, a part of the tradition involves smearing paint, mud or oil on the bodies of participants known as “Jab Jabs”. Jab’s authentic and captivating African rhythms consists of drumming, conch shell blowing and chanting. Dance like the devil – Jump with the Jab!
The PDF E-Edition comes complete with multiple parts so that any of the following combinations of saxophones can be used:
SAB, SAT, STB, STT, ATT, AAT, AAB, ATB.
The E-Edition PDF bundle comes with the following parts:
Soprano Saxophone (alternative to Alto Saxophone 1)
Alto Saxophone 2 (alternative to Tenor Saxophone 1)
Baritone Saxophone (alternative to Tenor Saxophone 2)
Alto Saxophone 1 (alternative to Soprano Saxophone)
Tenor Saxophone 1 (alternative to Alto Saxophone 2)
Tenor Saxophone 2 (alternative to Baritone Saxophone)
Jab Jab is also available in the following editions:
Jab Jab (clarinet trio edition)
Jab Jab (clarinet duet edition)
Jab Jab (flute duet edition)
Jab Jab (saxophone duet edition)