Young and developing jazz musicians can now study, learn and perform with these flexible-instrumentation Christmas and holiday charts for small jazz groups arranged in various styles. At the easy to
This hard-hitting, heavy-duty rock version of Angels We Have Heard on High will be the highlight of your next holiday concert! The fully scored ensemble writing is well within the capabilities of
Ride on with this classic Leroy Anderson holiday tune scored for young jazz band accessibility. The style is a happy swing that will have your holiday concert audiences tapping toes and snapping
Arranged to feature a cello soloist or any other soloist, this warm and colorful arrangement is for jazz band with strings. The solo part is completely written, the ensemble has their turn with the
This inventive Paul Clark arrangement cleverly combines the familiar Christmas spiritual with Beethoven's Ode to Joy theme. Opening with a beautiful chorale in a light gospel style, it then breaks
Here's a satisfying arrangement of a Christmas tune that will be the perfect centerpiece of a holiday or winter concert! We Three Swing is a jazz waltz based on We Three Kings arranged
This hard-hitting rock version of Joy to the World will bring down the house at winter or holiday concerts. The fully-scored ensemble writing is well within the capabilities of young players
Can't decide whether to do a swing or a rock chart at your holiday concerts? How about both styles in the same arrangement? It works great in this creative version of a well-known carol! There are no solos
Yeah, a calypso holiday chart! Here's a very clever arrangement that is easy to play and sure to please. The features include a written solo for tenor 1, a trumpet 1 range to written F top line,
A holiday favorite for sure, this Jose Feliciano classic is set here as a bossa nova at about 128 bpm. It's a fine arrangement, well-notated, tasty, and a breeze to assemble for a concert. Written
This beautiful holiday waltz contains great harmony and texture. Easily performable by younger players at around 96 bpm, it even sounds terrific with reduced instrumentation and includes lots of
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