This soulful arrangement of the patriotic favorite, skillfully crafted by Mike Tomaro, is perfect for jazz concerts! Written to feature either a vocal or alto sax soloist, it gives you plenty of flexibility...
Here's a solid, very playable arrangement of the modern jazz classic made famous by Weather Report and Manhattan Transfer. It includes a written solo for alto sax. The strong groove and carefully...
From the landmark jazz album, Kind of Blue by Miles Davis, Les Hooper adds his own stamp of originality and craftsmanship with this outstanding setting. The trumpet soloist is supported by a light rock...
Fun and exciting, this rousing production number features those rompin' tunes made famous by the Blues Brothers! A great way to provide something a little different at your next jazz concert, this...
It is absolutely impossible to find a funkier tune than this R&B hit from the 1970s courtesy of The Commodores. This chart has it all, from the trademark bass riff to the ensemble punches and...
Arranged in a medium slow Count Basie style, this is a great chart for teaching ensemble balance and laidback swing. It includes plenty of tutti ensemble playing, plus a Basie-like piano solo that's...
Vince Guaraldi's touching ballad from "A Charlie Brown Christmas" will feel as familiar as an old friend. This feature for vocal soloist makes a simply wonderful addition to your holiday concert! Vocal in...
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