You know it, you love it! The opening motive is very catchy on this authentic sounding chart on the rock classic made famous by the group Chicago. Master arranger Mike Story works his magic to create an
What a great title! This fun original is clearly a great rock arrangement for young jazz bands. Additional features include specific articulation notations, easy brass ranges, a written tenor sax solo (the
Here's a funky rock chart for young jazz bands, played at about 120 bpm. A written solo for tenor sax, accessible brass ranges, a catchy melody, and clear articulations are additional features. The easy
Here's a very hip jazz/rock adaptation of Gordon Goodwin's Big Phat Band chart for developing jazz ensembles. It's true to the original style and concept, but made accessible for the real world. The driving
Here's a Katy Perry pop tune your jazz ensemble will enjoy playing and the audience will recognize and appreciate! The tempo is around 164 bpm, there are no solos, it's got a big ensemble sound,
This chart on Scarborough Fair looks at the familiar tune in a traditional, slow rock style. It contains written solos for trumpet 1 and tenor 1, both with energetic backgrounds, and a
Sideways Walking Dog features a Latin/rock groove at around 180 bpm with very simple rhythms and a great melody line. Additional features include easy brass ranges, a written solo for tenor
Who Are You is a terrific rock classic by The Who that will have audiences singing along. This chart has solos for drum set and piano (or guitar), and the trumpet 1 range is to written F, top line.
Here's a soulful yet accessible treatment of this Tower of Power hit song. This chart is played at about 128 bpm in 3/4 time, and the trumpet 1 range is to written E top space. Including a
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