Stevie Wonder

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  • Boogie On Reggae Woman

    The heavy influence that Stevie Wonder had on funk and jazz is clear in this hit from 1974. Made even funkier in this version for big band with a tempo slightly slower than the original, the authentic flavor still shines through. Learn More
  • 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
  • Signed, Sealed, Delivered!

    The creative genius of Stevie Wonder never grows old. Here is a hard-hitting medley of hits that opens with the saxes playing lead on Living for the City. Next is You Are the Sunshine of My Life with the trombones followed by trumpets. The entire band gets to wail on Sir Duke, while Signed, Sealed, Delivered I'm Yours starts with the saxes then ends full out with the entire ensemble. Learn More
  • Sir Duke

    Jazz Ensemble Series. This exciting chart closely follows the original Stevie Wonder recording of Sir Duke, plus a middle swing section with written out tenor sax solo. Learn More
  • Superstition

    Stevie Wonder helped to bring funk to mainstream pop music in the '70s, and this is one of his most recognizable hits. Paul Murtha's arrangement is easy to learn yet maintains the authentic groove of the original. Enjoy great flexibility with the Easy Jazz Ensemble series! Playable with 4 saxes, 3 trumpets, 3 trombones and rhythm; includes optional parts for flute, clarinet, F horn and tuba. Learn More
  • Superstition

    Mike Tomaro takes this funk classic by Stevie Wonder through a series of new twists and turns, but he is careful to preserve the great groove and signature horns riffs from the original. Featured are solos for alto and trumpet. Learn More
  • Too High

    Due in part to its sophisticated jazz harmonies, this Stevie Wonder tune has been a favorite with jazz artists for years. This funky stylized version by Mike Tomaro brings it to the concert stage with flare and excitement. Tenor and trombone soloists share the spotlight, along with an energy-charged rhythm section. Learn More

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