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  • All the Things You Are

    If you are looking for a flagwaver that'll set the audience on the edge of their seats, look no further! Learn More
  • Ally

    This interesting sextet arrangement by Tom McIntosh was recorded by James Moody in 1962. This is a mini-suite that begins in a ballad setting then moves to up-tempo swing (including the solo section) before moving back to ballad tempo to close out the arrangement. Contents Full Score Flute/Tenor Saxophone Trumpet Trombone Piano Bass Drums Learn More
  • Alright, Okay, You Win

    This version is a very dancable bouncy shuffle that has a solid pulse. There is nothing complicated about the chart & it is a fine example of how to score an arrangment to feature your vocalist. There is also a great 8 bar bridge between the vocal choruses which gives a real kick to the middle of the arrangement.The Trombones are written for 3 Tenors & a Bass, though the Bass bone is in Tenor range. We have scored the vocal chart to reflect Joe Williams' performance. No Sax doubles. Learn More
  • Alright, Okay, You Win

    Over the years, this enduring standard has had many notable recording, such as Joe Williams, Peggy Lee and many others. Sammy's swingin' chart is a natural choice for any vocalist. A winner! Learn More
  • Always True to You in My Fashion

    This song was written by Cole Porter for the musical Kiss Me Kate. Our arrangement is similar to that performed by the great Julie London. This chart moves along nicely, with a mix of two & four beat feel & is elegant in its simplicity. The band parts are very straightforward, there are no sax doubles & the brass ranges are moderate, making it playable by bands of all levels of ability. The vocal is a comfortable female alto key of F. If your singer likes songs that tell a story. Always True to You will be a winner. Learn More
  • Amapola

    This is the Benny Goodman version of Amapola, with Helen Forest taking the vocal. A delightful tune, well delivered, & of course with a Clarinet solo from the great man himself. This chart is as per the original version, & we have scored the Saxes AATT plus a Clarinet Solo part. The trick with this chart is not to play it too fast. It just chugs along & swings all the way.  Learn More
  • American Patrol

    This is one our specially written charts for student/amateur swing bands. In addition to the usual 8 Brass and 5 Saxes we have included optional Flutes, Clarinets and Horn in F. Very safe Brass ranges are adopted throughout. This chart broadly follows the ever popular Glen Miller version, but with no doubling in the Saxes and a simplified intro and ending.  It is in the same bright swing style throughout, with all sections playing and no solos. Learn More
  • And The Angels Sing

    Another classic adapted from the Benny Goodman arrangement. In the original arrangement the vocal chorus led to a typical Goodman 'Yiddish' trumpet chorus. In our arrangement this is replaced by a more conventional trumpet solo chorus & 'middle 8', with the vocal returning to close the chorus. The ending is as per the original, with a trumpet solo feature leading the band to a rousing finale. Learn More
  • ANGEL EYES

    Here is a great Marty Paich arrangement for the Dave Pell Octet recorded on the Pell of a Time album in 1957. This chart features solos for trumpet and trombone. This is one of the easier Dave Pell charts to play, but is absolutely beautiful. This has been fully edited and engraved from the original parts and includes a full score. This is not the facsimile edition that was previously offered. Contents Full Score Tenor Saxophone Baritone Saxophone Trumpet Trombone Guitar Piano Bass Drums Learn More
  • Angels

    BIG BAND VOCAL. ROBBIE WILLIAMS. A full Big Band setting of the rock ballad. SPECIAL NOTE: The sample MP3 is a live recording of our actual published chart. Learn More

    Regular Price: £37.00

    Special Price £31.45

  • Angels

    Small Band Vocal. Instrumentation: Vocal, Alto Sax, Tenor Sax, Trumpet, Trombone,4 Rhythm and Score. The MP3 sample is a recording of our published chart. Also available as a Big Band Vocal Learn More

    Regular Price: £30.00

    Special Price £25.50

  • Anthropology

    Anthropology was written by Charlie Parker and Dizzy Gillespie. Evans arranged the line in 1947, and it was recorded for Columbia Records and for radio transcriptions. The instrumentation calls for 5 saxophones doubling clarinet, 3 trumpets, 2 trombones, 2 French horns, tuba, guitar, piano, bass, and drums. For this publication, the French horn and tuba parts alternately may be played by a 4th trumpet and trombones 3 and 4 as follows: Learn More
  • Anthropology

    Series: Professional Editions-Jazz Ens In the skilled hands of Mark Taylor, this uptempo bebop classic becomes a showstopper! Listen for the masterful “Bird” sax soli as well as tight ensemble sounds, all at a brisk pace. If your band is ready for something they can sink their teeth into, this may be the perfect chart. Please note: this item will be printed at the time of ordering and will ship as soon as possible. Learn More
  • Anvil Chorus

    Originally from Verdi's Il Trovatore, Anvil Chorus was a big hit for the Glenn Miller band, thanks to the fabulous arrangement by Gerry Gray. We have faithfully restored the original version here, complete with fully written out solos for Tenor & Trumpet. The Saxes are voiced AAATT throughout, as per the original & all dynamics are clearly marked. This chart is great in performance, & at 240 bpm you will need precision & nimble fingers to pull it off. Learn More
  • Any Old Time

    BIG BAND GIRL VOCAL - BILLIE HOLIDAY. This is one of those songs which are very worthwhile listening to on You Tube for the superb phrasing by Billie Holliday, even if you are not planning to buy the chart. This was one of Artie Shaw's biggest early hits.Recorded in 1938 with Billie Holiday and later on with Helen Forrest. It is a clarinet feature in addition to a vocal chart. It begins in F for a chorus and then modulates to C for the vocal part. The chart then goes to Ab for the last section. Shaw's clarinet parts are written out in full (on Alto1) as well as the 8-bar tenor solo. Chord changes have been provided in the event that the players would rather improvise. It was originally written for 3 trumpets and 2 trombones, but it has been adapted for 8 brass. Also the baritone sax doubles on Alto for most of the arrangement. Learn More
  • Anything Goes

    Here's Nelson Riddle's famous arrangement from Frank Sinatra's classic record 'Song for Swingin' Lovers,' recorded in 1956. The arrangement opens with the guitar playing a little syncopated figure and alto 1 on flute. Trombones are on cup mutes for the vocal entrance. Unlike other Riddle/Sinatra charts from this period, there isn't any instrumental section in this arrangement - there are vocals throughout. This isn't really that difficult of an arrangement, but just a really great showcase for your male vocalist. Alto 1 doubles on flute. Learn More
  • Anything Goes

    This arrangement of Anything goes is scored as a female vocal, very much in the style of Ella Fitzgerald. The intro features the rarely heard verse before moving into swing tempo at a medium 120 beats per minute, with muted brass backing the first vocal chorus. The second chorus is led by the saxes, followed by a full ensemble leading to the vocal return for the middle eight to the end of the chorus, with a brief ensemble shout to finish. The saxes are scored to double Flute, Clarinets and Bass Clarinet for the intro, though all parts have cues for saxes which allows the chart to be played by a regular AATTB section with no doubles. Brass ranges are very moderate, with lead Trumpet to a written A and lead Trombone to G. The vocal key is Gm / G major. Learn More
  • Apple Blossom Time

    ANDREW SISTERS BIG BAND GIRL VOCAL CHART. This arrangement of the Andrews Sisters version of Apple Blossom Time shows a more sentimental side of the trio's repertoire. Unusually, the chart is only scored for 3 voices, 4 Trombones & 4 Rhythm. There are no parts for Trumpets or Saxes, so it can be used as a showcase for your bone-section & singers. Faithfully transcribed by Alan Glasscock by referencing a number of recordings that the Sisters made, in order to achieve complete authenticity & accuracy. This number will sit well in any set, particularly as a late-night closer. Learn More
  • Apple Honey

    This version follows the form of the Woody Herman original, though the solo spaces less cluttered.  Because of the speed this chart is rated advanced. Learn More
  • April In Paris

    Here's an easy version of this big band favorite from the Count Basie Orchestra. Your audience is sure to recognize this one, and it's the perfect way to introduce young players to one of the great bands of all time. Enjoy great flexibility with the Discovery Jazz series! Playable with 3 saxes, 2 trumpets, 1 trombone, piano and drums. Learn More

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