We then move on to Section B (involving those triplets). Again, we follow Lew Pollack in playing this Section with the repeat (so 32 bars in all). But I think none of us can claim that we actually play more than 60% of the notes Mr. Pollack wrote for Section B. Particularly in Bars 5 - 8, we have devised our own simplification. (Some bands, by the way, leave out Section B [and what I have called Section C] altogether.)
We then come to the change of key and the part originally called the 'Trio'. I am labelling it as D.
Many bands play it too fast; and in some videos the sound quality is poor. However, you might also like this one - click on to view. One of the players is Gordon Au (trumpet). I have admired his playing for a long time.