Composed and arranged by Scott Ninmer, staff writer for the U.S. Army Band, this well-crafted original is a must-have. Rich harmonies and syncopated figures are just a couple characteristics of this fresh
From the landmark jazz album, Kind of Blue by Miles Davis, Les Hooper adds his own stamp of originality and craftsmanship with this outstanding setting. The trumpet soloist is supported by a light rock
As recorded by Miles Davis and Gil Evans on the iconic 1958 Porgy and Bess album, here is the original studio ensemble arrangement. Instrumentation: Solo Trumpet or Flugelhorn; Woodwind 1: Alto Saxophone;
Arranger Dave Rivello arranged this great tune in a nice and easy, relaxed, swing genre to showcase the 2nd trumpet in the style of Miles Davis. Featuring the trademark Miles' harmon mute sound throughout
It is somewhat amusing that Dave Brubeck's The Duke is more frequently associated with Miles Davis and Gil Evans than Brubeck himself. Nevertheless, this version from the 1957 "Miles Ahead" album
The arrangement features a trumpet soloist, written for Dizzy Gillespie, in a standard big band format. There is a brief trombone solo as well. The most challenging, and rewarding, part of the chart is the
Many of Thad Jones' original compositions were recorded by the Harry James Orchesta and this chart beautifully illustrates how jones had such a unique talent for writing within the
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Largely based on pianist Ahmad Jamal's original recording, Gil Evans' studio ensemble arrangement of New Rhumba serves as an outstanding vehicle for one of Jamal's devoted musical disciples,
Sea Breeze is an impressionistic chart for small group and is a trumpet feature throughout. Beginning with a rubato introduction, it alternates between rumba and swing...
This medium swing trumpet solo feature contains tons of jazz substance! Arranger Dave Rivello captures the distinctive "Miles Davis-Harmon Mute" sound in this outstanding chart that features both the band
The Sun Will Shine Today is a flexible solo feature at around 180 bpm with standard instrumentation plus optional horn in F parts. Originally scored for clarinet, it includes feature
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