John Lennon & Paul McCartney

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  • Blackbird

    Perhaps one of the Beatles' lesser known tunes, Blackbird remains one of their most creative and memorable. Mike Tomaro's smooth setting uses a blend of light funk along with a brief samba section to create a truly outstanding effect. The theme is stated simply in the beginning on trumpet, followed by an array of orchestrational textures and harmonies Learn More
  • Come Together

    Mike Tomaro has taken this Beatles favorite and converted it into a unique setting for jazz ensemble. He kept the slow funky groove intact, but went a little nuts harmonically! Includes an optional guitar solo. This is a great chart for something a little different. Learn More
  • Eleanor Rigby

    Commissioned by the US Army Jazz Ambassadors, this arrangement by Eric Richards shines new light on the beauty and depth of the classic Beatles hit. An up-tempo Brazilian groove gives way to hints of samba and songo, but always with a smooth and laid back feel. Piano solo is featured off the top, followed by a trio of tenor, trombone and guitar on the head, and later solo space for one or more of these players. A brief nod to the classical feel of the original Beatles track helps build to a climactic shout for the full ensemble. Nice! Learn More
  • Fool On The Hill / Blackbird

    Turn the creative forces of Frank Mantooth loose on a couple of Beatle favorites and you never know what you might get! Here Frank uses a New Orleans style street beat creating a wonderful effect with these well-known classics. Requiring no solos, this chart is a study in unique ensemble stylings. Learn More
  • Get Back

      Recorded by the Beatles on Let It Be, and notably performed on the roof of Apple Studios in London, here is a rockin' version for very young jazz bands Learn More

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  • She's Leaving Home

    This Beatles classic is treated to a creative and varied setting in this production number from Richard Tuttobene. The lush chorale-like opening leads to a jazz waltz setting of the main theme featuring a flugelhorn soloist. The full ensemble is featured in a straight ahead swing section and the slow chorale style from the opening makes a brief yet effective return near the end. A unique tour de force for mature ensembles. Learn More

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