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  • Humanism

    Recorded by jazz artist Jon Batiste and his group Stay Human as the theme song for The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, this energetic tune features an appealing contemporary jazz/rock flare. Saxes take the lead in the beginning supported by funky riffs from the entire ensemble. Solos are available for any combination of alto sax, trumpet, or trombone. Learn More
  • (Everybody's Waitin' for) The Man with the Bag (Key: A-flat)

    Composed in the '50s, this entertaining Christmas season tune has been recorded notably by Kay Star, and more recently the Brian Setzer Orchestra. A dynamic and swingin' addition to any holiday concert! Learn More
  • A Night in Tunisia

    Series: Easy Jazz Ensemble Series Without losing the essence of this Dizzy Gillespie masterpiece, Mike has crafted a marvelous chart for young players using safe ranges and moderate rhythms. You'll still find the trademark alternating from Latin to swing, as well as written or ad lib. solos for alto and trumpet. Enjoy great flexibility with the Easy Jazz Ensemble series! Playable with 4 saxes, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones and rhythm. Learn More
  • A Night Like This

    CONCERT BAND GIRL VOCAL. A laid back steady Latin number with a real warm Mediterranean late night style. The essential Latin percussion part is included. Learn More
  • A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square

    One of the prettiest ballads ever written. Roger's carefully crafted arrangement for younger groups is lushly scored for the full ensemble. Enjoy great flexibility with the Easy Jazz Ensemble series! Playable with 4 saxes, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones and rhythm. Learn More
  • A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square (Key: Eb)

    Series: Vocal Solo/Jazz Ensemble Series Format: Softcover Score & Parts Arranger: M Tomaro Please note: this item will be printed at the time of ordering and will ship as soon as possible. Learn More
  • A Summer Place

    CONCERT BAND. The instantly recognizable theme tune from the film of the same name. Learn More
  • A Winter's Tale

    CONCERT BAND. The classic Queen number in a full concert band arrangement. Learn More
  • Absoludicrous

    Gordon Goodwin's "Absoludicrous" is a totally hip and fun chart played at 120 BPM. The electric piano will sound great on the funky piano introduction. Written solos are provided for alto / bari, tenor, trumpet, and trombone. The lead trumpet range is up to written high C. Auxiliary percussion, flute, and vibes part provided. A hit for any show! (6:04) Learn More
  • Adagio

    CONCERT BAND. A full band setting of the slow movement from Mozart's clarinet concerto, K.622 Learn More
  • Adiemus

    CONCERT BAND. An impressive concert number starting quietly and gradually building to a ff climax - following the layout of Carl Jenkins original recording. Percussion parts included. Learn More
  • Afrodisia

    This Kenny Dorham Latin arrangement was recorded in 1955 on Afro/Cuban (Blue Note). This is fully arranged with great backgrounds during the solos. Contents Full Score Trumpet Tenor Saxophone Trombone Baritone Saxophone Piano Bass Drums Learn More
  • Against all odds (take a look at me now) professional edition

    CONCERT BAND. This version of the superb Phil Collins Big Band alto sax feature chart includes flute, oboe, 3 clarinets, 2nd alto sax, tenor and baritone saxes and bassoon. 3 horns in F, 4 trumpets and 4 trombones. Drums, percussion, guitar, double bass, tuba (optional) and vibraphone (or piano). From the album "A Hot Night in Paris". Key Ab. Learn More
  • AGUAS DE MARCO [WATERS OF MARCH]

    STUDIO ORCHESTRA. In 2001 a poll of more than 200 Brazilian journalists, musicians and other artists was conducted by a leading Brazilian daily newspaper, Folha de São Paulo. Águas de Março was named as the all-time best Brazilian song in this poll. The song first appeared in 1972 on the self-titled record Jobim. Ogerman's instrumentation features 4 various types of flutes, along with violins, cello, guitar, piano, bass, and drums. Ogerman specifies 12 violins and 5 celli and provided exact divisi instructions (which we have included). In addition, all flutes are on bass flute for 4 measures only. We have retained this but have included alternate alto flute parts in the event that bass flutes aren't available. Lastly, we have included both the original Portuguese lyrics as well as the English lyrics. Learn More
  • AH-LEU CHA

    Supersax was a Charlie Parker tribute band formed by Med Flory and Buddy Clark that debuted in 1972. Their music consisted of harmonized arrangements of Charlie Parkers music played by a saxophone section (2 altos, 2 tenors, and a baritone), rhythm section, and frequently a brass instrument (trombone or trumpet). Notable brass soloists that recorded with the group included Conte Candoli (trumpet), Frank Rosolino (trombone) and Carl Fontana (trombone). Here is Med Flory's arrangement of Ah-Leu-Cha as recorded by Supersax. Charlie Parker's original solo was transcribed in full by Med Flory and then harmonized to be played by a standard big band sax section (2 altos, 2 tenors and 1 baritone). This is a very difficult arrangement but well worth the workout. Med said that it took his band nearly a year to rehearse in advance of recording each of the Supersax records. Well, here's your chance to put your sax section to the test! Enjoy the workout! Learn More
  • AIDA

    CONCERT BAND. A full concert band setting of the Triumphal March from Verdi's opera. Learn More
  • Ain't No Mountain High Enough (Key: D-F)

    This huge hit from Diana Ross is sure to be a show-stopper for your vocal soloist. Powerfully scored for the band this chart also features the trademark spoken sections. Learn More
  • Ain't No Sunshine

    Originally recorded in the '70s, Bill Withers' distinctive slow rocker has become a classic. The minor mode adds to the flavor, and Rick's version for young players skillfully passes the melody from section to section. Also included is a solo for tenor sax. Learn More
  • AIR MAIL SPECIAL

    Air Mail Special was originally titled Good Enough To Keep, which was recording session-speak for "This may not be the performance that we want to release to the public, but let"s hold on to it just in case." Many of these alternate performances were eventually released to the public, in many cases to the consternation of the musicians themselves, who didn't enjoy some of their lesser efforts being heard. Of course, some alternate performances are better than the ones that were released, only held back because of a single mistake. It was Mundy who arranged this for the Goodman band, and he is even cut in on composer credit. This arrangement, like all of Goodman's arrangements, was meant to be danced to, so it really should not be played too fast. Learn More
  • All About That Bass

    Meghan Trainor's #1 smash hit features a catchy melody, a strong rhythmic pulse, and a hint of “doo wop.” Arranged here in an easy setting for young players, this is great way to bring a taste of current pop to your next concert. Enjoy great flexibility with the Easy Jazz Ensemble series! Playable with 4 saxes, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones and rhythm; includes optional parts for flute, clarinet, F horn and tuba. Learn More

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