Linda Eder

4 Item(s)

per page

  • Big Time

    Linda Eder Big Band Vocal Chart. From the opening Sing Sing style drum solo this fast, punchy and very powerful chart will just knock your socks off. The reeds are scored CATTB, though we have included an extra Alto part - a transposition of Tenor 1 - which allows your section to be CAATB, giving you flexibility as to who plays the Clarinet line. Duration 3:40 Learn More
  • Here Comes Santa Claus Medley

    The arrangement is a two tune medley of Here Comes Santa Claus & Santa Claus is Coming to Town & swings for all of its five minutes. The opening is memorable, there is a solo spot for lead Alto, a surprise change of feel in the middle taken from Sing Sing Sing & Oh Tannenbaum which leads into the second half of the medley. This is a huge chart & not for the faint hearted. Both Altos double Flutes, both Tenors double Clarinets & the Baritone doubles Bass Clarinet, though we have also cued this passage with notes for the Bari in case a Bass Clarinet is unavailable. Learn More
  • Is This Any Way to Fall in Love

    Big Band Girl Vocal Chart Featured on Linda Eder's album "And So Much More" this chart is an up tempo driving swing chart. Whilst the arrangement harks back slightly to the feel of a late 1950's Hefti style, the song itself is very contemporary & an indictment on the lack of romance in today's busy world. Lines such as "you woo me with faxes, I shelter your taxes" & "your lawyer sends me papers to sign" give you a clue!  The chart is a true vocal feature, with the band providing complete & complimentary support for the artist. Reeds are scored AABBT & there are no sax doubles. Learn More
  • Till You Come Back To Me

    Originally written in 1994 for Linda Eder by Frank Wildhorn, this song is a great swinger. Starting with just vocal & rhythm section it builds & builds as more instruments are overlaid behind the vocal. Lead Alto is featured heavily, both with a 32 bar solo, & with solo fill in phrases to accompany the vocalist in the second half of the song. This tune is a good set opener & really deserves to become a standard repertoire chart. The mp3 is over half the song, up to the middle of the Alto solo. Learn More

4 Item(s)

per page

This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse this site you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Find out more here.
x
POWERHOUSE ORCHESTRATIONS Pembroke Suite, Upper Pendrill Court, Ermine Street North, Papworth Everard, Cambridge, CB23 3UY Tel / Fax +44 (0)1480 830347