This is one of the most famous vocal studio orchestra arrangements, recorded by Dean Martin in 1960. This is the authentic and swinging version that Nelson Riddle created to showcase Martin in his
Play it again, Sam! This one can be used as a vocal solo or vocal group feature (SATB or SSAA). The voice leading is just right, and the band gets a spot to open up, too. Vocals in C/Db.
This roaring and challenging Bill Holman chart begins with the vocal soloist solely accompanied by bass. Halfway through the first chorus drums enter, and then at the end of the chorus the whole band
This classic Frank Sinatra arrangement from the pen of Quincy Jones comes from the It Might as Well Be Swing album, recorded in 1964 with the Count Basie Orchestra. This song, along with Luck Be a Lady;
Looking for an easy-to-play vocal chart? Here is an excellent vocal with big band chart on a familiar standard that has the ensemble arranged at the medium-easy level by Victor Lopez. A slow swing chart
Here's a superb vocal solo feature with big-band chart on a great standard. The features include a vocal range from B-flat below middle C to third space C, a lead trumpet range to A-flat, and the
Featuring a vocalist with big band, this gorgeous ballad is played around 74 bpm. The vocal range is G below middle C to third space C, and the lead trumpet range is to F-sharp top line. Included are
Dave Wolpe gives us a fine vocal feature chart on this wonderful Henry Mancini standard treated in a moderate swing style. Arranged in two keys for flexibility, the low female key is C and the vocal range
Here's a wonderful vocal solo feature chart on a timeless Duke Ellington jazz standard! The feel is easy swing, the tempo is around 96 bpm, the vocal range is A-flat below middle C up to B-flat
Duke Ellington's great chart really swings in this potent Dave Wolpe arrangement! The vocal solo is backed by all sorts of tasty little fills, and the full band gets to shout a bit, too. Ad lib fills can be
Dave Wolpe has done a masterful job with Gershwin's romantic favorite, setting it in two keys for both male and female vocal solo, including a lyrical trombone feature, even building it up to a big band
Composed in the '50s, this entertaining holiday tune has been recorded notably by Kay Starr, and more recently by the Brian Setzer Orchestra. For vocalist and big band, this is a dynamic and swingin'
Here's a great Dave Wolpe vocal chart! It features a samba treatment of this iconic Gershwin classic, and the vocal range is G below the staff to middle line B. With great wind parts, a
For the first time, here is Quincy Jones' arrangement originally written for the 1964 Sinatra/Basie studio collaboration It Might As Well Be Swing. This chart was also used a few times during the 1965
This sentimental Christmas favorite will never go out of style, and Dave Wolpe's satisfying arrangement is a great way to feature your vocalist during the holidays. Vocal in G.
This item is temporarily unavailable from the supplier though we still may have stock. Add to cart to check availability and for more information.
Orchestrate Your Inbox
What are your interests? Fine-tune your email so you receive only what's important to you.
Thank you! Please check your inbox. We've sent an email with a link to update your preferences.
Pepper Music eClubs
Everything you need for the upcoming season and special recommendations from our editors! Each club is sent monthly (unless otherwise noted).
Cued In - The Pepper Blog
A weekly digest of insightful articles, helpful resources, and interviews with leading composers and arrangers
Subscribe to Cued In
Thanks, you're almost done! Please check your inbox and click the link to complete your subscription.