Why Kees-Kees…! It is a small African percussion instrument made with 2 dried fruits in the shape of a ball, seeds inside and connected by a rope... I found many different spellings to write this word depending on the country or region: Kaskas, Cascas, Keskes, Kesskess..etc… and so, I wanted to add another possibility of writing it: Kees-Kees..! For Big Band with a Trumpet and a Bari Sax Solo with a rhythm that oscillates between Bayon and Salsa…!
Big Band (5/4/4/4)
4 Trps plus Trp Solo