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The New Orleans Rhythm Kings came up with a swinging formula that wove the bugle call into a swinging blues. Their Bugle Call Rag brought the tune to a larger audience in 1922. So, it was only
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 great Kenton classic, as recorded on the album Live from Redlands University, is a swinging, happy chart which allows for lots of blowing space and is combined with great ensemble sections. This chart
Absolutely one of the all-time great big band charts! Tenor sax, drums and trumpet solos, interspersed with fabulous ensemble writing. Latin to the hilt! As recorded on the "Live at Brigham Young
This is a new edition of the original arrangement, with no editing. The instrumentation requires 1 alto, 2 tenors, baritone and bass saxophones, 5 trumpets, 4 horns in F, 4 trombones, tuba, piano, bass and
Inspiration for this SATB quartet arrangement comes from Miles Davis' rendition following his changes and bridge. The melody is in the tenor, as is often befitting a jazz ballad. Alto improvises over the
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