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  • All I Want for Christmas is You

    MICHAEL BUBLE BIG BAND VOCAL CHART. Originally an up tempo number, this works brilliantly, pulled right back as a slow rock ballad. Alto, tenor, bari, 2 trpts, trom, 4 rhythm, vocal, full score. Also Available for Small band 4284 and Augmented Big Band 4286 Learn More
  • All I Want for Christmas is You

    MICHAEL BUBLE SMALL BAND VOCAL CHART. Originally an up tempo number, this works brilliantly, pulled right back as a slow rock ballad. Alto, tenor, bari, 2 trpts, trom, 4 rhythm, vocal, full score. Also Available for Big band 4285 and Augmented Big Band 4286 Learn More Learn More
  • All Of Me

    Big Band Girl Vocal . A very playable intermediate level arrangement of this great standard in a mid tempo 'foot tapping' swing shuffle style. Time to get up and dance! Just right for your next gig. Learn More
  • All Of Me

    This version is the actual chart recorded by Michael Buble on his Crazy Love album and is itself based on Billy Byers' chart for the Count Basie Orchestra.Piano, Bass and Vocal lines "as performed" by MB's band. The chart is graded as "Medium" even though the lead trumpet has a written high F. The 4th Trombone is Bass and the vocal key is C throughout. There are no sax doubles. Learn More
  • All Of Me

    This version is a transcription of Basie's perfomance from the "Sinatra at the Sands" album and it differs slightly from the great Billy Byers studio version of the chart. The chart must be taken at a laid-back pace and your band needs to observe the written dynamics and articulations in order to achive the right feel. Learn More
  • All of Me

    All of Me Learn More
  • All of Me

    Series: Discovery Jazz One of the iconic tunes from the swing era, this enduring standard has been recorded by countless artists ranging from Louis Armstrong, Count Basie, Benny Goodman, Ella Fitzgerald, and Frank Sinatra, to more recent recordings by Michael Bublé, Ani DiFranco and Eric Clapton. This easy arrangement provides a perfect way for teaching the elements of swing style in a relaxed and medium-tempo. Learn More
  • All of Me (Key: F)

    Vocal Solo/Jazz Ensemble Series Reminiscent of the classic version by Count Basie, here is a terrific medium swing setting of this familiar standard for vocal solo and jazz ensemble. Learn More
  • All of Me – String Orchestra

    From pop sensation John Legend. Learn More
  • All or Nothing at All (Key: Gmi)

    Here is the tune that helped propel Frank Sinatra to stardom! Jerry's arrangement is a great fit for vocal soloist with jazz ensemble and features a solo for alto sax and a shout chorus for the full band as well. Learn More
  • All the Cats Join In

    Benny Goodman recorded this chart as an instrumental feature, to which a vocal overlay was added before it became part of the soundtrack for Disney's 1946 Make Mine Music cartoon cinema release. It's a hot swing chart that features Clarinet, Piano, Trombone, Trumpet and Tenor, and it works equally well as a concert or swing dance chart. Aside from the Piano solos, all the others are written out in full "as played" by the BG orchestra. We have cross cued the Piano solo chords onto the Clarinet part, should you wish to make this number an extended Clarinet feature. The reeds are scored CAATT and we have augmented the brass up to 8 voices. Learn More
  • 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
  • All the Things You Are

    Recorded by Helen Forrest with the Artie Shaw band, this is an accurate transcription of the original Jerry Gray concept, complete with the intro Piano solo and Shaw's silky first chorus solo line. We have made a couple of small adaptations: the saxes are scored for AATTB, with Alto 1 taking the Clarinet lines, Baritone doubling Alto (to give the correct AATT backing to the Clarinet), and the brass has been augmented to 8 voices. All of the correct articulations, mute indications and dynamics are included, to enable an authentic performance. The vocal key is F and the vocal range would suit most male or female singers. The modulation into the vocal key is somewhat abrupt, so to help pitch the first vocal note the singer will need to listen to the top sax voice fairly carefully. Other than this, the chart is very playable, and the brass ranges are moderate. This is a great arrangement of a wonderful song. 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

    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
  • 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
  • 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
  • American Pie

    BIG BAND GIRL VOCAL. Madonna's re-creation of Don Mclean's ever popular song in a full big band setting which carefully follows her recorded version and is in the same key. Watch youtube video using the link below http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UAq7ukhAZyE Learn More

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