Composed by Lew Pollack
For Woodwind Quartet
Arranged by Bill Holcombe Jr.
Published by Musicians Publications
Includes score and parts
Flute, Oboe, Clarinet, and Bassoon (or Bass Clarinet)
“That’s a Plenty” is a 1914 ragtime piano composition by Lew Pollack. Lyrics by Ray Gilbert were added decades later. A number of popular vocal versions have been recorded, but it is more often performed as an instrumental. The composition started out as a rag, but is nowadays played as a part of the Dixieland jazz repertoire. The song has been recorded by numerous artists and is considered a jazz standard.