This is it...the chart you've been waiting to get your hands on! This tune has long been a rockin' favorite, and the version by the Brian Setzer Orchestra is even hotter! Dave Wolpe has arranged Rock
Recorded in 1984 by the German rock group Scorpions, this classic hard rock hit remains popular in today's culture thanks to sporting events, video games, TV and film. The features include a "shredding"
Rosanna was a huge hit in the '80s from the group Toto, with a great hook that still resonates today! This chart begins with a big introduction and transitions to a more subdued
This Rolling Stones rock classic will be a huge hit with the band and audience. Outstanding arranger Mike Story treats it right for the younger jazz band level. Easy to rehearse and perform, it includes
Here's the classic funk tune from Earth, Wind & Fire in a terrific arrangement for big band by Mark Taylor. This one includes all your favorite signature horn riffs as well as a solo for tenor sax.
From the Maynard Ferguson LP Storm, here's an imaginative arrangement of a song everyone loves. Carefully adapted by Bob Lowden, this chart is a winner!
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Here's a unique chart that really works! You'll love the chance to showcase some extreme dynamic contrasts with your group as they go from soft to rockin' the auditorium on this classic tune from the White
Taylor Swift has successfully crossed over into the pop music arena with this upbeat and infectious hit. In this very easy arrangement the melody is smartly traded from section to section, and
This 1975 tune by the Temptations is one of their later hits, co-written by Funkadelic guitarist Eddie Hazel and decidedly funkadelic in style. This chart features the infectious bass line first stated by
Recorded by the American alternative rock band Walk the Moon, this contemporary rock hit features a driving pulse and catchy melodic lines. With the melody traded between the saxes and trumpets, this
In 1977 Stevie Wonder was in his prime and Sir Duke was on top of the charts. Michael Philip Mossman takes this familiar hit and adds his own unique touch. The opening features the brass with sax
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