American Patrol...but everybody's got that in their library. Well, yes and no. There are many bands using the stock dance band arrangement originally written for five saxes and five brass, and
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Here is a transcription of the original Cute, as written by Neal Hefti for the Basie band. It is not the standard Hefti stock chart. The only change that has been made to is to score the chart for a full
Here is Flying Home, transcribed by Alan Glasscock from the original Steve Steck arrangement scored for the Glenn Miller USAAF band. The chart is written at a bouncy 165 beats per minute and
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This is a great up-tempo swinger, written by Oscar Peterson and to our knowledge only ever performed by the great Woody Herman bands. It starts with a solo hi-hat opening with offbeat tutti ensemble
This arrangement of Jive at Five, composed by Harry Edison & Count Basie, has been transcribed and adapted from Basie's 1939 recording. This transcription has been scored for a
Here's a solid transcription of Artie Shaw's sublime take on Moonglow. The original concept has been adapted by removing the string lines and re-scoring them into the band, making the chart
Here is a very different take on Cole Porter's Night and Day as played by the Ted Heath band. This full big band chart features drums, the trumpet section and two trombones. The trumpet
Here is an absolute classic from the Glenn Miller Orchestra and a "must-have" for every band's library. The original GMO chart was scored by Jerry Gray at a time when the GMO only carried 6 brass.
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