Performed and recorded live on multiple occasions in 1966 by Ella Fitzgerald with the Duke Ellington Orchestra, this arrangement of Cole Porter's Let's Do It has a couple unique features going for
This well-known Latin classic has been recorded by many jazz artists and lends itself to an easy relaxed feel. Written in a very comfortable range for vocalist, this exceptional chart by Mark Taylor will be
Here's a superb Gershwin tune in a really great chart for your band and vocal soloist! Arranged in two keys, this flexible chart is offered in the key of Bb for a female vocalist, and Eb for a male
This familiar Oscar Hammerstein and Sigmund Romberg standard, first popular in the 1920's and 30's, has been revisited over the years in a variety of styles. Here is an attractive and smooth samba version
Among the many arrangements that have been frequently requested by singers and enthusiasts, the music written for Frank Sinatra and the Count Basie Orchestra is high on the list. This original version was
Sultry and romantic! Your female vocalist will love digging into one of the all time great torch songs made famous by Billie Holiday. With a one octave vocal range, the singer can kick back to
Nelson Riddle wrote this arrangement for the 1961 Ella Fitzgerald album "Ella Swings Brightly with Nelson." The chart features all the classic Riddle hallmarks including sax backgrounds, punchy brass, and a
One of the great ballads of all time! This timeless Erroll Garner classic, sensitively arranged by Jerry Nowak, belongs in any good jazz book. You'll use this one year after year! (Vocal in C).
Although Marty Paich's small band arrangement of Moonlight On The Ganges, written for the 1958 Ella Fitzgerald album "Ella Swings Lightly," starts off in a conventional manner, the multiple tempo
Here's a wonderful ballad for solo vocalist and jazz ensemble arranged in two keys for flexibility. Arranger Dave Wolpe, one of the best in the business, has written this swing ballad in G minor and C minor
This Quincy Jones arrangement was recorded by Ella Fitzgerald on her 1963 collaboration with the Count Basie Orchestra, "Ella and Basie!" Both Fitzgerald's and the Basie band's performance of this wonderful
This iconic jazz standard has remained a favorite for over 80 years, and is arranged here for vocal or tenor saxophone soloist in a straight-eighth ballad style. A brief trombone soli provides nice variety
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Here is the brilliant title track from Frank Sinatra's 1960 Capitol album. Arranged by Nelson Riddle, this publication has been prepared from the original set of parts and is not a transcription. Featuring
Recorded by John Pizzarelli and the Clayton-Hamilton Jazz Orchestra on the CD "Dear Mr. Sinatra," here is John Clayton's adaptation of this great classic. Featuring a relaxed flowing style and a moderate
While this arrangement is written to feature a vocalist, it also has great instrumental appeal. The style is Latin/mambo groove, the tempo is about 136 bpm, the ensemble accompaniment is creative and
Jazz vocal quartet, jazz choir or an individual vocal soloist...any way you like it, this is a great chart! It's arranged by Darmon Meader, the musical director and chief arranger for the New York Voices.
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
From the Frank Sinatra 1956 record Songs for Swingin' Lovers, this Nelson Riddle arrangement is a masterpiece in big band writing. It begins with a short piano intro (written, or the pianist can improvise
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