This holiday chart is a down-and-dirty funk chart based on the traditional favorite Angels We Have Heard on High. With a nice feel, it features syncopated rhythms, an interesting
This holiday chart is a down-and-dirty funk chart based on the traditional favorite Angels We Have Heard on High. With a nice feel, it features syncopated rhythms, an interesting chord progression,
This highly functional and accessible arrangement of six Christmas favorites may be performed as a medley, or a shortened version, or as individual tunes. The selections are presented in contrasting styles
This familiar standard is usually performed as a duet. It's been recorded countless times over the years, notably in the holiday movie favorite "Elf" starring Will Ferrell. This charming arrangement for
Perhaps no popular Christmas standard has the instant recognition than that of Frank Loesser's Baby, It's Cold Outside! Often performed as a vocal duet for a girl and guy, this versatile
Jingle Bells meets Big Noise from Winnetka, complete with minor key and the drummer laying down a Krupa groove! It swings hard from top to bottom, has no solos, and is very clever.
This infectious islands chart is sure to light up any holiday concert! Caribbean Christmas is a medley featuring Joy to the World, Good King Wenceslas and We Wish
This magnificent scoring of Carol of the Bells by Rich DeRosa was part of a long overture originally commissioned by the WDR Big Band. Bob Curnow has adapted the score in two versions to allow for
This joyous jazz waltz at about 190 bpm is one of the very few big band Chanukah arrangements. Almost everyone gets a short written solo, and tenor sax and trombone soloists will get to stretch out with
Young and developing jazz musicians can now study, learn and perform with these flexible instrumentation Christmas and holiday charts for small jazz groups arranged in various styles. At the easy to
This laid-back rock version of the traditional Christmas carol God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen is great for a holiday concert. All the rhythm section parts are fully notated so your group can create
Based on What Child is This? and O Come, O Come Emmanuel, this creative arrangement is for jazz ensemble with strings, allowing directors to combine the school's string orchestra with the
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