One of the catchiest tunes of the '80s, this Starship hit is a fun rock chart for the field or stands! Bust out your big hair, pop your polo shirt collar, and get the '80s dance party started!
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In 1985, the Norwegian pop group A-ha took America by storm when Take On Me reached #1, thanks to its infectious melody and innovative music video. This arrangement is full of drive and energy
A Motown signature hit first recorded in 1964 by Martha and the Vandellas and since covered by numerous performers! This version for young bands lays down a solid groove and features all the familiar horn
The six short stand cheers that will add to the excitement of any sporting event. With limited ranges and rhythms, these are just the right length for any time-out and just the right difficulty to work up
This epic Latin original is perfect for opening any competition show. With dynamic brass and percussion hits, an exciting trumpet trio and an intense finish, this blazing chart is truly on fire!
This Christmas classic comes to life in this arrangement written to work perfectly with a younger ensemble. Featuring unison writing, achievable rhythms, and careful consideration for ranges, this is a
Get the holiday spirit with this swingin' version of Deck the Halls for developing groups. Featuring optional written solos for your alto sax and trumpet, this chart is a must-have for your holiday
This Dixieland-style medley of Christmas tunes makes a swinging addition to any holiday concert for young jazz ensembles. Features Jolly Old St. Nicholas; Up on the Housetop and Jingle
This easy rock version of Jolly Old St. Nicholas is the perfect level for younger bands working towards their first holiday concert or for older players to work up with limited rehearsal time.
With limited ranges, beginning jazz rhythms, and lots of unison writing, this chart is at the perfect level for first-year jazz ensembles to learn to swing the blues in the comfortable key of F.
This cool mambo version of the Christmas classic We Three Kings will add some heat and a nice change of style to your next holiday concert! This chart opens with an infectious mambo groove
Here is a great blues chart at a laid-back medium tempo that is perfect for a developing ensemble. Keeping an eye on ranges and phrases, this tune fits well for developing groups and gives the trombones
This blues chart in E-flat is great for giving your young jazz ensemble just a bit of a push into the key. With its ad lib solo section, you can let students get a feel for their improv skills at an earlier
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