Here's a straight-ahead, rockin' bari sax solo feature set at 156 bpm. The ensemble has a lot of exposure and the writing has a ton of style. The changes are a variation on the blues form with a little bit
Heavy metal for big band! Guitar is the featured solo instrument in this very cool chart, so if you, the band and your drummer dig a rock vehicle to wake everyone up, this is it. The lead trumpet range is
Unavailable for many years, this outstanding and challenging composition for advanced jazz ensembles is back in print! It was originally recorded by Maynard Ferguson on the It's My Time album and features
Solid and authentic-sounding ensemble writing provides an exceptional foundation for this rock guitar solo feature! Guitar City explodes from the first guitar power chord behind a rhythmic horn
Originally recorded in 1961 by Jorgen Ingmann, but better known for the 1981 recording by The Sugarhill Gang, this funky hit remains a favorite. Feature your drummer or an additional percussionist (bongos,
A Gordon Goodwin vocal chart! In addition to the vocal part, there are optional solo feature parts for alto sax, tenor sax, trumpet or trombone for added flexibility. Gordon has conceived this chart with
This Gordon Goodwin chart on the classic funk rock tune Play That Funky Music is a showcase for your lead alto saxophone soloist from start to finish. This one demands a contemporary alto sax
It's time to let your bass player get some of the spotlight! This cool chart is written in three parts, a funky rock, a slow triple blues, and a hot shuffle. Designed to showcase the bass player, the band
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