Rick Stitzel

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  • Living for the City

    Stevie Wonder's sultry medium rock tune first appeared on his landmark 1973 album Innervisions. Rick's authentic-sounding version for young players includes all the signature riffs, easy meter changes, and solo spots for alto or tenor sax. Learn More
  • Pick Yourself Up

    Beautifully scored with plenty of tutti rhythms and a comfortable moderate tempo, here is a perfect chart for getting your ensemble to swing! The melody is passed from section to section, and there is also a short sax soli and full ensemble shout included. Concise and appealing, this familiar standard will sound great with inexperienced bands and requires no solos. Learn More
  • Sweet Caroline

    Even before the TV series Glee, this Neil Diamond classic, first recorded in 1969, had proven its popularity and staying power. Here is a solid, yet easy treatment for jazz ensemble that requires no solos. Sure to be a favorite with students and parents alike. Learn More

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