Sporting a diverse set of styles, this incredibly unique swing chart features a flugelhorn solo and the trumpet section with angular themes that invoke images of light, color and symmetry. The swing section
Blue Tiger is a hard swingin' chart that pays sparkling homage to the great Henry Mancini. It's a wonderful way to feature your tenor sax and trumpet soloists, as well as your entire sax section in
A simple, plaintive opening sets the stage for this remarkable arrangement of a classic folk song. Engaging and complex harmonies weave seamlessly with gorgeous countermelodies as the arrangement develops.
This breathtaking arrangement may quite possibly be the highlight of your winter program. Lush harmonies support a gorgeous presentation of the melody that goes through a series of haunting and magical
Unusual and haunting harmonies prevail in this programmatic and educational piece that features many of your woodwind soloists. Scientists believe an asteroid impacted earth millions of years ago causing
This thrilling fantasy showcases how all lives are fantastic journeys. The uplifting spirit of the opening theme (based on a hymn by Haydn) permeates the entire work in various forms, rhythms, and textures.
Perhaps no challenge has been greater in history than setting foot on the moon. Relive those amazing moments with this piece that uses audio clips from President Kennedy, Commander Neil Armstrong and
This highly energetic work in 7/8 is inspired by the beauty of dance and the music that inspires its movements. Moving through a broad range of emotions, textures, and tonal centers, the music has a
Erik Morales has created a hot arrangement of this Bobby Timmons jazz classic! It's an exciting jazz waltz played at about 174 bpm. The melody is initially handled by alto, trumpet 2 and guitar with a
Clever in design and intent, this is a serious work full of intentional tonal misdirection. Elements of tonality work in tandem with dissonance so that simple melodies resolve in totally unexpected
This highly programmatic work begins with an original waltz that sets a circus atmosphere. Soon after, the circus has packed up and the train begins to move to its next destination, but trouble looms in the
This celebratory work was inspired by the Potowatomi Native American people (often translated as "keepers of the fire"). Based on pentatonic scales and descending melodies, the music juxtaposes simple