From the group Journey, this powerful rock ballad from 1981 has enjoyed renewed popularity thanks to the hit TV series Glee as well as multiple uses in film and even on Broadway. Sure to be a hit with
Hey rock fans, here's a powerful rock ballad made famous by Journey, arranged for young jazz ensemble. From the opening line, this chart is magical to the band and the audience. It has no jazz solos, but if
Adele's megahit ballad adapts nicely for young players in this well-paced arrangement by Rick Stitzel. A solo alto sax starts things out, then the melody is passed to the trombones, and then the full band
Whitney Houston will always be remembered for this signature ballad. Here is a great-sounding arrangement that features a written solo for alto saxophone, tasteful ensemble accompaniment lines, and later a
Since its release in 1971, John Lennon's poignant and sensitive song remains relevant and popular today. John Berry's arrangement for younger players is in the style of a rock ballad with a contemporary
Check out this ever-popular ballad from the group Journey... the melody is truly captivating! The chart is easy and goes into a swing feel as arranged by Victor Lopez. This very nice ballad features a
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Here's the stunning hit single from the movie "A Star Is Born" recorded by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. This chart for younger players features a rock ballad style, solid scoring for the entire ensemble, a
Composed by George Harrison and recorded by the Beatles on Abbey Road, this has become one of the most enduring ballads of the rock era. With a beautifully constructed melody and rich harmonic structure,
Composed in 1970, A Song for You has over the years become one of Leon Russell's most popular songs, recorded by countless artists including Peggy Lee, Michael Buble, Ray Charles, Whitney Houston,
Alan Baylock sets this wonderful tune in a sultry 12/8 groove played at about 72 bpm, making it feel lazy and relaxed. There are no solos, just sweet ensemble writing all the way. The lead trumpet
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