Grade Level 3 (Intermediate)

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  • Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye

    Here is a really rich and lush arrangement of Cole Porter's beautiful ballad. Written for female vocal, the chart was in part inspired by Ella Fitzgerald's rendition in her Songbook album, but is not a transcription of that particular version. After a short intro the singer takes the first chorus, backed by woodwind and muted brass. The saxes take a soli, backed by Trombones, and then the bones take their soli backed by muted Trumpets. The vocalist returns and rounds the whole thing off. In the reeds Alto 1 doubles Flute, Alto 2 and both Tenors double Clarinet. However, we have printed the A2, T1 & T2 parts double-sided, with a "no Clarinet double" option on the reverse. The vocal key is Bb throughout. Learn More
  • 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
  • Snowfall (Thornhill)

    Snowfall was the theme tune of Claude Thornhill, and as you would expect, it is a Piano feature. We have transcribed Thornhills' chart in full, and this call for all 5 Saxes to double Clarinets for the first chorus. However, we recognise that not all bands will have 5 players who double Clarinet, so we have written alternative sax parts on the reverse pages which are written in Miller voicing, with the lead Alto on Clarinet and the Baritone on Alto. The brass ranges are easy and the chart will be playable by bands of all levels, provided you have a dexterous Pianist who can play the rapid running fills near the end of the chart. Snowfall also makes for a good Christmas chart. 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 Fine Romance

    Transcribed and adapted by Jon Harpin from the original Nelson Riddle chart, this chart is an out-and-out vocal feature, with no instrumental chorus. The backing lines from the band are solid and rhythmic, building from start to finish. We have removed the original string lines and re-scored them into the band, making the chart playable by a standard 5444 line-up. There are no sax doubles and the vocal key is F, modulating chromatically to end in G. The vocal part is notated "as sung" by Ella. 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 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
  • ABBA Mania

    ABBA BIG BAND GIRL VOCAL CHART. An Abba-Medley including - Super Trouper - Take a chance on me - Gimme Gimme Gimme - Voulez vous - Does your mother know - Mamma Mia 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
  • 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
  • African Air

    A full Concert Band instrumental arrangement of five traditional and modern African songs, with additional percussion including congas, marimba and cabasa. Learn More
  • Afternoon in Paris

    John Lewis (composer, pianist, and founder of the acclaimed Modern Jazz Quartet) penned Afternoon in Paris in the '50s and it has remained a jazz standard ever since. This nicely crafted version for younger bands opens with a small group on the head and drums on brushes. Solos for trumpet and tenor follow, along with full ensemble statements. Learn More
  • AIDA

    CONCERT BAND. A full concert band setting of the Triumphal March from Verdi's opera. Learn More
  • Ain't No Other Man

    BIG BAND GIRL VOCAL. The Christina Aguilera hit number, complete with backing vocals and a great funk beat. 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
  • Ain't Nobody

    Rufus and Chaka Khan. Big Band Vocal. Complete with the Ultimate in Bass Grooves!! Surely a number to put in your band’s folders for the next gig and show the excitement which can be generated by such a tremendous chart – just when the audience are expecting an evening of Glen Miller………. Learn More
  • Ain't That A Kick In The Head

    Robbie Williams. Augmented Big Band Vocal. Our Big Band chart has now been extended by Cy Payne to include full strings: Violins I and II, Viola and Cello. Learn More

    Regular Price: £45.00

    Special Price £38.25

  • Ain't that a kick in the head

    Robbie Williams Big Band Chart. Mid Tempo. As recorded by Robbie Williams. Key Eb. (Optional alternative Bb, Eb, and C bass clef instrumental solo parts included). From the album - Swing When You're Winning Learn More

    Regular Price: £37.00

    Special Price £31.45

  • Ain't That Right

    Elegantly transcribed by Jon Harpin from Basie's 1962 Verve album "On My Way and Shoutin' Again", this Neal Hefti chart has a real gospel feel to it, and swings like crazy from start to finish. The opening chorus is from the reeds, with Tenor 1 taking the lead line. The band closes out the melodic statement and Trumpet 2 picks up the solo work, backed by unison reeds. Being a Basie chart, it wouldn't be complete without a big shout chorus and this chart has two of them before things calm down by a re-statement of the intro and sax soli, all finished off with some excellent dynamic contrast from the band, a quick sax lick and final chords. There are no sax doubles. We would like to acknowledge Mr Paul Hefti for his kind assistance which has allowed us to bring this chart to you. Learn More

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