This one's a New Orleans-style chart that will have the bayou bouncing! It's an ideal opener and a great way for young jazzers to learn about the groove. The features include flexible instrumentation,
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Originally recorded by The Meters in 1969, Cissy Strut has since become a model for playing funk as recorded by both jazz and rock artists. The signature bass line is played by trombones, tenors
Here's a funky rock chart for young jazz bands, played at about 120 bpm. A written solo for tenor sax, accessible brass ranges, a catchy melody, and clear articulations are additional features. The easy
This driving funk chart exposes young musicians to the harmonies of the jazz classic Killer Joe combined with the groove of the Herbie Hancock classic Chameleon. Plenty of full ensemble
This is a grooving chart that encourages enough mischief to be fun without going over the top. In Funky See, Funky Do, funk rhythms are presented in a very teachable way with plenty of
Larry Barton's medium-tempo funk original is guaranteed to rock the first time and every time it's played! It kicks in with a catchy hook in the first measure and never lets up. Solidly written, this tune
Here's a young jazz band chart that starts strong and keeps right on going! Groovy lines and funky grooves make this a must-have. Additional features include moderate ranges, notated rhythm
Kris Berg's contemporary take on this Cole Porter standard is set in a funky groove played at around 136 bpm, with the groove going into an occasional boogaloo feel. The lead trumpet range goes to
Rock Solid is an original reminiscent of the Doobie Brothers and Steely Dan songs of the 1980s, and utilizes a variety of rhythmic figures commonly used in rock and funk charts. The chart
This cookin' chart is tuneful, funky and is set in a half-time feel. A written or improvised solo is provided for alto saxophone with the accessible chord progression allowing the improviser
From Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars, this monster hit is the perfect throwback to a funky R&B style! This arrangement for younger players features modest ranges and repetitive yet authentic-sounding
Hello! Your funk chart is ready for pick-up! A perfect vehicle for teaching 16th-note rhythms, Yonkers Is Calling has something for everyone. With a tempo around 100 bpm, it features
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