The Beatles

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  • Come Together

    Mike Tomaro has taken this Beatles favorite and converted it into a unique setting for jazz ensemble. He kept the slow funky groove intact, but went a little nuts harmonically! Includes an optional guitar solo. This is a great chart for something a little different. Learn More
  • Eleanor Rigby

    Commissioned by the US Army Jazz Ambassadors, this arrangement by Eric Richards shines new light on the beauty and depth of the classic Beatles hit. An up-tempo Brazilian groove gives way to hints of samba and songo, but always with a smooth and laid back feel. Piano solo is featured off the top, followed by a trio of tenor, trombone and guitar on the head, and later solo space for one or more of these players. A brief nod to the classical feel of the original Beatles track helps build to a climactic shout for the full ensemble. Nice! Learn More
  • Fool On The Hill / Blackbird

    Turn the creative forces of Frank Mantooth loose on a couple of Beatle favorites and you never know what you might get! Here Frank uses a New Orleans style street beat creating a wonderful effect with these well-known classics. Requiring no solos, this chart is a study in unique ensemble stylings. Learn More
  • Here Comes The Sun

    This is probably George Harrison's most famous contribution to the illustrious catalog of recordings by The Beatles! Mike Tomaro maintains the general flavor of the distinctive original and takes the opportunity to dress it up a bit for jazz ensemble. A classy new shine on a familiar gem! Learn More
  • Let It Be

    Big Band. Learn More
  • She's Leaving Home

    This Beatles classic is treated to a creative and varied setting in this production number from Richard Tuttobene. The lush chorale-like opening leads to a jazz waltz setting of the main theme featuring a flugelhorn soloist. The full ensemble is featured in a straight ahead swing section and the slow chorale style from the opening makes a brief yet effective return near the end. A unique tour de force for mature ensembles. Learn More
  • We Can Work It Out

    Reminiscent of the sassy and funky version recorded by Chaka Kahn, here is a hot re-working of the classic Beatles hit. Featuring creative harmonies and sizzling horn riffs, this is sure to add a spark of energy to any program. Learn More

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