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This arrangement of Bugle Call Rag, originally scored for the band by Jimmy Mundy, was one of the charts that helped launch the Benny Goodman Orchestra into the swing era that fateful August day at the Palomar Ballroom in 1935. This is a transcription of the 1936 studio recording, but adapted up to 8 brass whilst maintaining the feel and flair of the original chart. All of the solos are written out in full - Clarinet, Trombone, Tenor & Trumpet - plus Gene Krupa's little drum licks behind the solo breaks too. The reeds are scored for CAATT, and both Altos double on Clarinet. This is a fast challenging chart, and highly rewarding to play. Duration 3'00". Learn More£29.95
An up tempo swing chart with solo space for Tenor, Clarinet & Trumpet. The arrangement starts in two beat style for the first chorus, & then switches to four beat swing to the end of the piece. We have adapted this chart to 8 brass from the original 5, & because it is not a Clarinet feature we have scored the Saxes AAATT, with the 2nd Alto taking the Clarinet solo. All solos are fully transcribed, but chords provided for improvisation. Learn More£29.50