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  • New Musical Express

    Written with Duke Ellington's Orchestra in mind, this fast and furious, altered blues head gives way to several choruses of blues improvisation featuring tenor sax. Interesting background writing throughout Learn More
  • Old Devil Moon

    A great jazz standard arranged by the king of swinging charts, Dave Wolpe. This arrangement features a written-out trumpet solo and a few sax section solis. The lead trumpet part goes to written B above the staff,with optional parts for flute, horn, baritone horns, and tuba. An excellent chart to open any concert. Learn More
  • On A Clear Day

    Bring your group together with a jazz vocal quartet, jazz choir, or an individual vocalist.  A swing chart with  wonderful jazz harmonies throughout. Learn More
  • On Green Dolphin Street

    Frank Mantooth was always thinking out of the box, injecting clever and fresh ideas into jazz standards. Frank's chart On Green Dolphin Street toggles between Latin and swing which will help your band lock in the two styles, and solo space (written or ad-lib) is provided for trumpet, tenor, and trombone. This arrangement delivers interesting rhythms and harmonies that the band can sink its teeth into. (4:22) Learn More
  • Open Arms

    Check out this ever popular ballad from the journey group.  Features include written meoldy solo for 1st  trumpet, no improvised solos.  All the usual optional parts are included.  A clssy chart on a wonderful pop tune Learn More
  • Over the Rainbow

     Here is a ballad everybody knows, scored as a trumpet duet. Everything is written, no improvised solo, the lead trumpet range is to C above the staff, and the second part is to written A. Lyrical and melodic, it’s a sure-fire crowd pleaser. Learn More
  • Perdido

    Mambo ! Arranger Victor Lopez has masterfully intertwined a mambo and a swing feel in this great Juan Tizol classic.  Includes written tenor sax solo, lead trumpet range to writtn A, a brief sax soli, and lots of excitement thoughout. Learn More
  • Prelude To A Kiss

    A superb feature for baritone saxophone, this is certainly one of Ellington's more beautiful melodies and another winning chart from master arranger Dave Wolpe. The perfect ballad showcase for your bari player with plenty of melodic soloing and no improvisation. A swingin' double-time section offers a nice contrast to this lush ballad. This chart is perfect for concert, festival or even a dance gig. Give the bari player the spotlight. Learn More
  • Raincheck

    Check out this clever Strayhorn tune infused with wit along with les hooper's superb arrangement skills to create a tight-knit arrangement with a written 2rd trumpet solo.  There is a wonderful emsemble ection after the solo with just bass and hi-hat that is very hip. Learn More
  • Recorda Me

    A show-stopping Latin tune! Latin jazz at it’s best with excitement from the first note, sax solis, a melody line by tenor and trumpet, solo space for tenor, trumpet, and trombone, lead trumpet range to written high D, and a few drum solos. Great tune by a tenor sax legend. Learn More
  • Red Clay

    The groove is latin, but this is way hippier than your standard cha-cha.  Solo space is provided for a variety of players.  The chart is not that difficult technically, and has very interesting and rewarding texture and colours. A class act ! Learn More
  • Riders on the Storm

    The tempo of this recognizable rock tune by The Doors is 110 BPM with a written-out piano solo, accessible brass, and easy rhythms. You'll have a hit for any concert setting! (2:49) Learn More
  • Roll 'Em

     Hard driving boogie-woogie based on the blues. Williams wrote this for the Benny Goodman Orchestra, and it remained in his repertory for years. Learn More
  • Sambeando

    This cheerful and energized samba will brighten your jazz ensemble.  from the first note to the last, this is classic Victor Lopez Latin. Learn More
  • Santa's In Town

    You better watch out - this fine swing chart on the classic holiday favorite is easy to put together, swings, has a written trumpet solo, a sax soli, a nice short chorus and a modulation Learn More
  • Secret Love

    Featuring the trombone section, Dave Wolpe’s chart on Secret Love is outstanding! All four parts have written-out solo sections, plenty of section work and nice ensemble parts. Lead 'bone range is to high B-flat and lead trumpet is to written B, above the staff. A terrific chart to showcase your trombones. (3:43) Learn More
  • Sky Dive

    This tune is from the golden years of Freddie's music, with a latin groove and a minor flavour Learn More
  • Softly As In A Morning Sunrise

    This arrangement of the standard Softly, as in a Morning Sunrise really cooks! Dave Rivello’s hot Latin and swing chart will excite and challenge the band. Solos are written out or ad lib for alto sax and trombone plus drum and optional percussion. Lead trumpet range is to written B-flat above the staff. Energy! This title is available in SmartMusic. Learn More
  • Sticks

    Oh, yeah---this great chart cooks at around 170 BPM. With a straight-eighth note groove, everything written out, trumpet 1 range to written G on top of the staff, and a big juicy shout chorus, you've got it all. (3:47) Learn More
  • Strong Like a Bull

    This spanish-flavoured tune has a march-like groove that creates a very powerful, exciting and contemporary chart.  There is written solo space for 2rd alto, but any soloist can play on the  F Phrygian scale. Learn More

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