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  • Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

    This 1971 movie was brought to magical heights with the timeless songs of Bricusse and Newley. The film and story have become classic, and even with today's audiences, the music speaks to all ages. Includes: The Candy Man, Oompa Loompa, and Pure Imagination. Duration: 4:25. Learn More
  • Willow Weep For Me

    BIG BAND INSTRUMENTAL. One of the all time great standards. After a solo piano introduction the lyrical melody played by the 1st tenor sax is combined with an underlying 6/4 jazz swing backing from the rhythm section, with the full band joining on the second chorus. Open 12-bar sequence has written solos for flute and trombone before the brass and saxes return, building to a driving ff ending. Top note high C for lead trumpet. Key B flat. Learn More
  • Will You Love Me Tomorrow - String Orchestra

    Written by classic team of Carole King and Gerry Goffin, The Shirelles went straight to the top of the charts with this 1961 hit. Your string group will sound terrific with this nostalgic pop ballad. Learn More
  • Wild Cat Blues

    CONCERT BAND. CLARINET FEATURE. The classic jazz number originally recorded by Sidney Bechet on Soprano Sax. Also available for Big Band. Cat. BG5454. Learn More
  • Wild Cat Blues

    BIG BAND. CLARINET FEATURE. The classic jazz number originally recorded by Sidney Bechet on Soprano Sax. Also available for Concert Band, Cat. BGCB 5453. Learn More
  • Why Don't You Do Right

    One of Peggy Lee's first recorded hits with the Benny Goodman Orchestra was this bluesy swing tune. The vocal part is not that difficult and Jerry's accompaniment works great. Learn More
  • Why Don't You Do Right

    This version of Why Don't You Do Right was recorded in 1942 by Peggy Lee during her stay with the Benny Goodman band. We have faithfully transcribed Goodman's chart including all of the Clarinet licks & solos, but have expanded the brass from the original 6 up to 8. The sax parts are written for Solo Clarinet, Alto, 2 Tenors & Baritone though we have included an extra Alto sax part (the Tenor 1 part, written for Alto) to give  a bit more flexibility in the section. The brass ranges are very moderate, & aside from the Clarinet solo there are no surprises. Learn More
  • Who Walks in When I Walk Out? (Key: D minor)

    Vocal Solo/Jazz Ensemble Series Famously recorded by Ella Fitzgerald with Louis Armstrong, here's a medium swinger from the early days of jazz that makes a perfect showcase for a charismatic vocal soloist (optional duet for female and male). Everyone will have fun with this nostalgic romp! Learn More
  • Who Are You

    One of the classic hits from The Who, this hard-driving rocker has stood the test of time, and is often found today used in film and TV. Here's a creative version for big band that uses a mix of styles from fast rock in the beginning, to a brief swing section in the middle, then back to rock style to finish up. The chart features intense energy throughout, and solos are included for guitar and drums. Learn More
  • White Christmas – String Orchestra.

    Irving Berlin's perennial favorite is presented here by master writer John Moss, whose creative touch continues to be a choice for directors who seek musically appealing, yet accessible pieces for their younger players. Learn More
  • White Christmas (Key: Bb)

    Vocal Solo/Jazz Ensemble Series You can't go wrong with one of the best holiday songs ever written. Roger's chart will bring out the best in your vocalist, and will bring smiles to your audience. Learn More
  • White Christmas

    BIG BAND VOCAL The classic Irving Berlin number featured on Michael Buble's Christmas album. Cy Payne has transcribed the superb duet with Kelly Rowland including the backing vocals (cue'd on saxes) Also available for Augmented Big Band with full strings Cat 4417 Learn More
  • White Christmas

    Performance time - ca. 6:30 For vocal solo and full orchestra. Learn More
  • White Christmas

    AUGMENTED BIG BAND VOCAL The classic Irving Berlin number featured on Michael Buble's Christmas album. Cy Payne has transcribed the superb duet with Kelly Rowland including the backing vocals (cue'd on saxes) A very playable Medium Easy Chart with optional high/ low trumpets. Includes full strings: V I and II, Viola and Cello. Also available for Big Band Cat 4416 Looking for more Music for Strings? Please see our String Orchestra section in "Arrangement Type" found on our home page. Learn More
  • White Christmas

    Performance time - ca. 6:30 For vocal solo and full orchestra. Learn More
  • When You're Smiling

    Medium swing. Recorded by Tom Kubis on Slightly Off The Ground. Learn More
  • When The Going Gets Tough

    Description. Billy Ocean. Small Band Vocal. A really great bass line, dynamic brass figures and backing vocals combine to create a powerful number for a concert or party. Arranged for Alto, Tenor, Bari, 2 Trumpets, Trombone, 4 rhythm, vocal and score. Also available for big band, Cat No 4436 Learn More
  • When The Going Gets Tough

    Billy Ocean Big Band Vocal. A really great bass line, dynamic brass figures and backing vocals combine to create a powerful number for a concert or party. Also available for small band, Cat No4435 Learn More
  • When Johnny Comes Marching Home

    This patriotic wartime tune was originally done by Glenn Miller with Tex Beneke & Marion Hutton & the Modernaires supplying the vocals.  We have scored the chart for Male & Female vocalist with a 4-piece backing group, though the arrangement works well as a boy girl duet or as a solo vocal. The Tenor sax line  is scored back in, thereby keeping your section complete. This chart is true to the Bill Finegan original, & there are no sax doubles. Trumpets 2,3,&4 need to be able to reach high C for the unison passage before the Tenor solo in the last chorus. Learn More
  • When It's Sleepy Time Down South

    Here is our transcription of the Bobby Pratt version of Sleepy Time Down South, as performed with the Ted Heath band. Bobby was a gifted trumpeter & a great high note player.  This chart is a Trumpet feature from start to finish & will need a fine player to make it work. Pratt's solo uses the full range of the instrument.. The last 12 measures of solo part reach super A, though can be played down an octave, the results are not the same. Other than the solo the brass ranges are moderate, with lead Trumpet to top D & lead Trombone to B. Alto's 1&2 double Clarinets no other sax doubles. Learn More

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