This Oliver Nelson chart features alto saxophone and trumpet playing the melody. Lengthy solo sections with exciting backgrounds are featured for both those players. The band also has their turn to
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Relaxed medium tempo jazz waltz. Features trumpet and tenor on the melody and solos along with plenty of swinging ensemble work.
One of the later and lesser-known entries in Thad Jones' expansive catalog, 61st & Rich' it was written as a tribute to the Thad Jones-Mel Lewis Orchestra's original bassist, Richard Davis. It
Ad Lib on Nippon was composed by Ellington and tenor sax/clarinetist Jimmy Hamilton after the band's 1964 visit to Japan. This movement consists of four sections: Fugi; Igoo; Nagoya and
Written for Doc Severinsen, this medium fast swing chart is a trumpet solo feature and is an excellent vehicle for a good soloist with high chops. Includes an optional 5th trombone part.
This Bill Holman chart was written for the Maynard Ferguson Orchestra. It was recorded on Live at Peacock Lane, and is a bright swing tune that features solos for alto saxophone, tenor
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Rob McConnell's treatment of the classic Irving Berlin standard Alexander's Ragtime Band, recorded on 1974's The Best Damn Band in the Land album, is not for the faint of heart. Featuring several
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
Big band bebop! Anthropology is a great Charlie Parker tune arranged by Victor Goines, and it's smokin' hot. This is packed with bop lines, section solis, a big shout chorus, solos for piano and
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