With a nod to the wonderful Dave Maddux arrangement written for the vocal group First Call, Bob Curnow has created a gorgeous version for big band. Every jazz group needs Christmas charts to perform, and
Nothing says holiday concert like A Marshmallow World! Mike Story arranges this standard as an easy-to-rehearse chart that has appeal and a catchy, familiar melody. There are brief
Here's a lighthearted jazz waltz version of the holiday favorite Jingle Bells that will be wonderful change-of-pace programming for any holiday jazz performance! Played at around 168 bpm, it
Mister Jingles is a lighthearted jazz waltz version of the holiday favorite Jingle Bells that will be welcomed change-of-pace programming for any holiday jazz performance! Played at around
Composed in 1963 and initially recorded by Andy Williams, this holiday favorite has remained immensely popular through the years and has been recorded by countless artists. Treated here in a light jazz
This authentic edition of Tchaikovsky's "Nutcracker Suite," as arranged in 1960 by Billy Strayhorn and Duke Ellington, was assembled from the original manuscripts held in the Strayhorn Repository and the
Looking for something fresh and appealing to feature your jazz band on your upcoming holiday concert? Rich Woolworth's setting of O Holy Night is an appropriate candidate with its up-tempo swing
O Little Town of Bethlehem as a laid-back swing chart? Yes, Rich Woolworth makes it happen with this chart that remains playable and easy to work up in a short amount of time. There's also a nice
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This hard-hitting rock version of Joy to the World will bring down the house at winter or holiday concerts. The fully-scored ensemble writing is well within the capabilities of young players
In the hands of master arranger and composer Gordon Goodwin, this often-recorded Christmas novelty becomes a holiday tour de force for big bands. It's a shuffle at about 135 bpm with the
Originally recorded by Eartha Kitt in the 1950s, this clever and cute holiday favorite has also been recorded by a wide variety of artists in addition to being featured in the movie "Elf." This medium swing
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