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  • When I'm Sixty-Four

    Here's a string quartet version of the evergreen Beatles toe-tapper that is certain to bring a smile to all. Simple swing/shuffle rhythms that will easily fall into place with your young performers. Learn More
  • Whatever You Want

    The all time classic that needs no introduction Learn More
  • Whatever Lola Wants

    The mood of the arrangement is setup with an opening sax/rhythm section unison line. Drums are either on Latin percussion throughout or on a set without using the cymbals for most of the chart. The difficulty in this chart is the staccato hits and accents that the band do together - especially the end of the chart. The brief vocal cameos (shouting"Uh") have been scored into the band in the event that your players don't want to do them. Though in some way it really makes the chart. There are no doubles. Learn More
  • What's Going On

    This classic Marvin Gaye hit has always been a favorite with jazzers and has great crossover appeal. From the CD “Out of the Woods” by the Les Hooper Band, this funky version is infused with a West Coast attitude and is packed with energy and drive. A solo for alto sax is featured. Learn More
  • What'd I Say

    An up-tempo rockin' style, call-and-response playing, and hot horn riffs are all a part of this arrangement of the Ray Charles classic. The legend of Ray lives on through tunes like this that never seem to grow old. Learn More
  • What Now My Love

    Jon Harpin has done a great job of transcribing and adapting the Ernie Freeman chart (written for Sinatra's 1966 "That's Life" album) to suit a regular 5444 big band line-up, whilst managing to retain the feel and flavor of the original concept. The brass ranges are fairly comfortable, there are no sax doubles and the vocal part is scored "as sung" by Sinatra. The chart opens in Eb and modulates stepwise to finish in G. Learn More
  • What Is Hip

    Signature tune from the definitive funk band, Tower Of Power. This dynamic and authentic chart offers your band a challenge that is worth the extra effort. Learn More
  • What A Wonderful World

    BIG BAND VOCAL. The ever popular number recorded by Louis Armstrong. Learn More
  • Welcome to the Jungle

    Recorded by Guns N' Roses back in the '80s, this rocker has become a classic and is often heard in TV and film. Arranged here for younger players, it still retains the relentless drive and energy of the original. There is a short solo for alto or tenor sax, while the brass carry the signature riffs. Learn More
  • We're All In This Together - String Orchestra

    The hit single song from Disney's mega-show is now available in this accessible version for developing players. Here's your chance to program something that will appeal to everyone. Dur: 2:30 Learn More
  • We Will Rock You

    CONCERT BAND The great power rock anthem in a dynamic full concert band arrangement. This is a real "Blow The Cobwebs Away" number, perfect for a concert finale or encore (forget about Bizet and Brahms!) full score included, plus alternative bass clef (c) and treble clef (Bb) trombone parts, ensemble/ section playing throughout with no solos. Learn More
  • We Three Kings

    Description. Big Band Instrumental Alto Sax feature of the traditional Christmas carol. After a choral style intro this great arrangement really moves, in a bright jazz waltz ¾ driving swing style. Open section for alto solo and a choral style ending. The MP3 is a live recording of this chart – not to be missed! 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
  • We Are The World

    Concert Band Vocal. The USA for Africa version with full choir. Learn More
  • We Are Family

    Small Band Girl Vocal in the original key, transcribed from the superb original 1980's concert performance on youtube. Also available in Key Bb Cat # 4412 We are unable to sell this chart in N. America & Japan Learn More
  • We Are Family

    Big Band Girl Vocal. From the superb concert performance on You Tube - We Are Family (Live) 1980. This version is in Bb to avoid awkward transpositions. Also available in the original key of A Cat # 4407 We are unable to sell this chart in N. America & Japan Learn More
  • We Are Family

    Augmented Big Band Girl Vocal. Transcribed from the superb concert performance on youtube: We Are Family (Live) 1980. This version is in Bb to avoid awkward transpositions. Also available in the original key A . Cat # 4409 We are unable to sell this chart in N. America & Japan Looking for more Music for Strings? Please see our String Orchestra section in "Arrangement Type" found on our home page. Learn More
  • We Are Family

    Augmented Big Band Girl Vocal in the original key of A. Transcribed from the superb concert performance on youtube: We Are Family (Live) 1980. Also available in Key Bb Cat # 4410 We are unable to sell this chart in N. America & Japan Looking for more Music for Strings? Please see our String Orchestra section in "Arrangement Type" found on our home page. Learn More
  • We Are Family

    Big Band Girl Vocal. Transcribed from the superb original concert performance on You Tube: We Are Family (Live) 1980, in the recorded key of A. Also available in Bb Cat # 4408 We are unable to sell this chart in N. America & Japan Learn More
  • We Are Family

    Small Band Girl Vocal. This is in Bb to avoid awkward transpositions. Transcribed from the superb original 1980's Sister Sledge concert performance on Youtube. Also available in the original key of A. Cat # 4411 We are unable to sell this chart in N. America & Japan Learn More

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