Vince Guaraldi's touching ballad from "A Charlie Brown Christmas" will feel as familiar as an old friend. This feature for vocal soloist makes a simply wonderful addition to your holiday concert! Vocal in
The swingin' Quincy Jones arrangement of this standard was a Frank Sinatra signature tune. Here's the authentic version edited and adapted for today's bands by Mike Tomaro. Vocal Key: B-Flat.
Award-winning pop singer Norah Jones made this tune climb the charts, and it's easy to see why so many people like it. The haunting, beautiful melody and smooth harmonies make it an incredibly appealing
Composed in the '50s, this entertaining holiday tune has been recorded notably by Kay Starr, and more recently by the Brian Setzer Orchestra. For vocalist and big band, this is a dynamic and swingin'
From the Broadway musical "The Roar of the Greasepaint - The Smell of the Crowd," this fabulous standard is popular again with a stunning rendition by Michael Buble. Capturing the bluesy flavor of this
Peggy Lee made this sizzler famous. Make sure you have enough fire extinguishers on hand just in case. Vocal in A minor/C minor.
Written with comfortable ranges and at a moderate tempo, this vocal feature will be at home on any concert. Vocal in Ab.
Adapted from the chart he did for Diana Krall, and recorded with the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra on her Christmas Songs CD, here is John Clayton's joyous, uptempo swing chart on this holiday favorite.
Here's a great chart to feature your vocal soloist! All the elements are in place here for a powerhouse performance...a swingin' up-tempo style, great ensemble back-ups and an excellent vocal part! Shine
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
From the latest James Bond blockbuster motion picture Skyfall, pop superstar Adele hit the airwaves and charts with this powerful and dramatic theme song that blends a soulful rock style with a
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
You can't go wrong with one of the best holiday songs ever written! Roger's chart will bring out the best in any vocalist, and will bring out the smiles in any audience! Vocal in Bb.
From the album Talking Book, this ever-popular Stevie Wonder hit won a Grammy award for him in 1973. Beautifully arranged here as a vocal or tenor sax solo feature with a few contemporary wrinkles, this is
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