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  • Aces and Faces

    As part of our expanding Basie series, we are delighted to offer you the very rarely heard Aces & Faces, a medium swing tempo chart from the Basie band of 1945, featuring the Trumpet section. There are ad-lib solos for Piano, Clarinet, Tenor 1 (cued on 2), Trumpet 2 (cued on 1,3 & 4) & Trombone 1 (cued on 2) too.  This chart will make a refreshing addition to any library, & it is very playable, provided you have soloists who can improvise! Lead Alto doubles Clarinet. Learn More
  • Act Your Age

    This hot Gordon Goodwin chart is now for the younger player. Slick and funky describes this very accessible arrangement. There are written solos for 1st alto (cued for 2nd alto) and a 1st trumpet solo cued in all four trumpet parts. Lead trumpet has a written A above the staff, but technically this chart is not difficult and will come together quickly to earn a spot in your programme. Learn More
  • Adios

    A hauntingly beautiful number from the Glenn Miller book. Ours is a faithfull reproduction of the original arrangement, with correct Miller voiced Saxes throughout. Lead Trumpet takes the solo line, & lead Trombone has the muted middle solo. This chart is all about dynamics & blending of instruments, in order to achieve the right feel & expression. The notes are easy, but the band must be light. Sax doubles. Alto 1 on Clarinet throughout. Baritone - Alto   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
  • After Supper

    BIG BAND INSTRUMENTAL. Another beautifully relaxed chart from the Basie Band, featured on the Atomic Mr Basie album.  It features Piano, Tenor & muted Trumpet solos & there are no sax doubles. The brass is muted throughout. Originally written for 7 brass, we have added an optional 4th Trombone part for completeness. The Bass Trombone is on the 3rd part. Listen to the original using the link below http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GRvUbrq1Ag8 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
  • Against all odds (take a look at me now)

    Phil Collins Big Band Instrumental Chart. A superb alto sax feature chart of this famous slow rock ballad, starting quietly with alto and piano, and then steadily building with the backing of the whole band. From the album "A Hot Night in Paris". NOTE: The sample MP3 is a live recording of our actual published chart. 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
  • Against all odds (take a look at me now) student edition

    STUDENT CONCERT BAND. This version was produced following the chart success of the single by Maria Carey and West Life. Instrumentation as for the professional edition, Cat PCB 1001, but well within the capabilities of most school wind bands. 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
  • 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
  • Ain't that a kick in the head

    Robbie Williams Small Band Chart by Sammy Cahn & Jimmy Van Heusen, arranged by Shaun Byrne. Instrumentation: Alto, Tenor, Trombone, Trumpet, 4 rhythm vocal and score. 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
  • 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
  • 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
  • Ain't We Got Fun

    BIG BAND GIRL VOCAL. Recorded by Doris Day with the Paul Weston orchestra, the original arrangement was by Paul Weston.  Our transcription closely mirrors the original, except that we have cued the Trombone section with the 4 voice backing group parts, making the chart playable by big band and female vocalist. 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
  • Alice in Wonderland

    A jazz waltz, this standard is a familiar song from the Disney movie. Arranger Jack Cooper delivers an upbeat swingin’ waltz that will be an ideal contrast to any concert. Includes solo space for alto and trumpet, lead trumpet range is to written A above the staff, a big shout chorus and all the optional parts. Learn More

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