Recorded by Mariah Carey in 1994, this familiar tune has become a perennial holiday favorite. Arranged here as a vocal or tenor sax solo feature with big band, the opening rubato section is followed by a
Perhaps no popular Christmas standard has the instant recognition than that of Frank Loesser's Baby, It's Cold Outside! Often performed as a vocal duet for a girl and guy, this versatile
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
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'
Written in a George Shearing style, this Frank DeVol arrangement was recorded by Ella Fitzgerald in 1960 for her "Ella Wishes You a Swinging Christmas" album. The chart is written for AATTB saxophones
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.
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This is the original studio ensemble arrangement by Frank DeVol for Ella Fitzgerald's 1960 album "Ella Wishes You a Swinging Christmas." It was arranged to feature a solo vocalist along with an SATTBB vocal
Adapted from the chart he did for Diana Krall, and recorded with the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra on her Christmas Songs CD, here is John Clayton's joyous, uptempo swing chart on this holiday favorite.
Originally recorded by Eartha Kitt in the 1950s, this clever and cute holiday favorite has also been recorded by a wide variety of artists in addition to being featured in the movie "Elf." This medium swing
You'd better watch out, because Dave Wolpe's up-tempo arrangement of this holiday favorite really brings Santa to town! This one features the vocalist in a special way and includes a tenor sax part which
You can't go wrong with one of the best holiday songs ever written! Roger's chart will bring out the best in any vocalist, and will bring out the smiles in any audience! Vocal in Bb.