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Bill Holman's treatment of Gerry Mulligan's Apple Core for Mulligan's Concert Jazz Band served as a tour de force for the guest soloist, tenor saxophonist Zoot Sims. Much of this tune featured Sims
The first in the "Bop Brothers" series, this is a great bop style chart and a two tenor sax feature based on I Got Rhythm changes. Instrumentation: 5 saxes, 5 trumpets, 5 trombones, guitar, piano,
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Featured on the 1960 Count Basie album Easin' It, Brotherly Shove is a tour-de-force Frank Foster swing chart based on rhythm changes that was written to feature the band's monstrous saxophone
This swinging chart is a great vehicle for a tenor sax soloist with jazz band. The solo part ranges from written melody to a written jazz solo, all very accessible, and it especially swings when the
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
Commissioned by Gene Aitken for the University of Northern Colorado/Greeley Jazz Festival All-Stars to feature saxophonist Don Aliquo, Come On In is a medium shuffle in minor blues form that
Featuring a tenor saxophone soloist, Curveball is in the style of the Ray Charles big band. It opens with huge ensemble brass and bluesy sax lines that switch in and out of a double-time swing
Here's a fast 6/4 swing feature chart for two killer tenor saxophonists. The trumpet 1 range is up to written triple-high C, and the trombone 1 range is up to B-flat above the staff. The solo space is
As recorded by the Count Basie Orchestra on their album Count Basie's Finest Hour, Doodle Oodle is a barnburning Billy Byers original. In usual Basie fashion, this chart swings its tail off with
Here's a great-sounding chart for featuring a tenor sax and guitar duet, or just tenor sax. Utilizing a medium shuffle groove, this smooth chart features a dialog between a small group and the full
Espoo You is a medium swing chart that can be opened up to feature a tenor soloist or any member of the jazz ensemble. It has a challenging saxophone soli to feature the sax section and is written
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