One of the most moving pieces in the repertoire, Strayhorn's Blood Count is a beautiful and devastating alto saxophone feature.
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
You simply cannot go wrong with this Matt Harris chart on this great jazz ballad ideally set as a tenor sax solo feature! The tempo is about 98 bpm with the tenor solo written and improvised.
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
This swinging chart is a great vehicle for a tenor sax soloist with jazz band. The solo part ranges from written melody to a written jazz solo, all very accessible, and it especially swings when 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
Day Dream is a beautiful alto saxophone ballad feature by the genius of Billy Strayhorn. The tempo is around 72 bpm and the instrumentation is five saxes, one trumpet, three trombones, piano,
Dissonance in Blues is a medium blues in E, featuring the bass, giving way to swinging ensemble writing and modern harmonies.
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
The original Cootie's Concerto, a medium difficulty chart that features plunger trumpet, pays tribute to one of the music's great soloists, Cootie Williams!
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As recorded by Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band on the CD That's How We Roll, but minus the woodwind doubles, saxes only. Arranged for flexibility, it's a beautiful solo feature for C instruments, alto sax,
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
Duke Ellington's feature for alto sax at a medium tempo, also includes swinging small ensemble writing within the band, and a grooving 12/8 shuffle for the finish.
Alan Baylock has created a sonic landscape for the full ensemble and a tenor saxophone soloist from one of Charles Mingus' most lovely and soulful ballads. The tenor gets the spotlight with an elongated
Ray Charles' good-time, happy, swingin' and infectious tune is immortalized here by Victor Lopez as a vocal solo feature chart with lyrics provided to accommodate female or male vocalists. The
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