After Supper is a beautifully relaxed chart from the Basie band, featured on the "Atomic Mr. Basie" album. Written by Neal Hefti, this accessible chart is aptly named. It's slow, relaxed,
From the 1962 Basie album "On My Way and Shoutin' Again," this Neal Hefti chart has a real gospel feel to it, and swings like crazy from start to finish. The opening chorus is from the reeds, with tenor 1
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Here is a swinging interpretation of a traditional French nursery tune, as performed by the Ted Heath band. Aside from a drum solo near the end, the chart is all sectional work. It opens in a
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
Count Basie recorded this tune several times over several decades. This version has been transcribed from the "Atomic Basie" album released in 1960. The chart features tenor, piano, trumpet and clarinet
This up-tempo Benny Goodman chart dates from 1937 and features solo space for clarinet and trumpet. The brass has been augmented up to eight voices, making the chart suitable for a full big band lineup.
Cherokee was the first big hit for Charlie Barnet and his orchestra, although when Billy May arrived for the 1939 recording session and handed out the parts, nobody seemed that impressed
Coming Out Party was first released by Count Basie's band in 1942. Here is the original chart transcribed and adapted to full big band instrumentation. The chart is based around a simplistic riff
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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
Transcribed from Basie's 1941 recording, Diggin' For Dex is a fine up-tempo swinger featuring solo space for tenor, trombone, piano, and drums. The piano solos are written out and the backing lines
Duet is one of the great tracks done for the Basie band by Neal Hefti, and featured on "The Atomic Mr. Basie" album. This is a wonderfully laid-back chart featuring two trumpet players,
Fantail has been transcribed from the Neal Hefti chart written for the Basie band's "Atomic Mr. Basie" album. It's an up-tempo swinger that features piano, alto and drums. Basie's opening piano
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
Count Basie recorded this chart in 1959 featuring Frank Wess on flute. The song itself formed the basis of Hefti's Flight Of The Foo Birds, though the changes are not identical. On the original
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