Set in a genre all its own, Phase Dance is a Latin/fusion-style chart with exciting ensemble passages that light up the tune, rich harmonies that add tremendous depth, and
This chart is a great addition to the growing collection of Radiohead charts that has provided bands throughout the world with wonderful, unique choices for their jazz programs. This fusion chart explores
This Steely Dan rocker was arranged for the WDR Big Band (Germany), and is worthy of any band's library. In typical Sturm fashion, the beginning of FM is a kaleidoscope of independent fragments
Steely Dan's Gaucho was originally arranged by Fred Sturm for the HR Big Band (Germany). Set in a slow half-time gospel feel, there is beautiful, lush ensemble writing throughout the piece. As with
Finally, the music of Steely Dan comes to the world of big bands with this outstanding arrangement! Originally arranged for the HR Big Band (Germany), this rock-ish, heavy-shuffle tune provides hard-hitting
A terrific original by Patty Darling, The Next Chapter is a fresh, contemporary easy-to-play chart. Starting with a light rhythmic feel, this great tune settles into a happening rock
Originally recorded by Cannonball Adderley on his album Domination, Cyclops is one of those infectious charts that will make your audiences bob their heads, tap their feet, and snap their fingers!
Here's another great chart to add to the growing Pat Metheny Series for jazz bands! It's a down-right funk chart originally recorded on the Metheny Group's album We Live Here. At around 84 bpm, it's set
Radiohead released Paranoid Android as a single in April 1997 and as a track on their studio album OK Computer the same year. Ken Schaphorst's epic big band arrangement is accessible for high
Idioteque was recorded on Radiohead's 2000 CD Kid A, and Patty Darling's chart is a model for arranging contemporary pop/rock/fusion music for big band. It's rare to find such an artful and
Bodysnatchers was released in 2007 on Radiohead's In Rainbows album. Fred Sturm's powerful arrangement captures the raw passion of Radiohead's version with unique harmonic variations, textural
Radiohead is an English alternative rock band and James Miley's great arrangement of one of their most popular recordings really works well for big band. There is solo space for tenor saxophone and this
This is a stellar arrangement of the iconic tune written by Paul McCartney and the title song from the movie. It was the reason for the great success of the Stan Kenton album "7.5 on the Richter Scale." The
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