Flexibility abounds in this small group set including four beloved holiday treasures. Containing parts for Bb, Eb, and C Instruments plus Piano, Guitar, Bass and Drums, the instrumentation can
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Young and developing jazz musicians can now study, learn and perform with these flexible instrumentation Christmas and holiday charts for small jazz groups arranged in various styles. At the easy to
This holiday chart is a down-and-dirty funk chart based on the traditional favorite Angels We Have Heard on High. With a nice feel, it features syncopated rhythms, an interesting
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
This laid-back rock version of the traditional Christmas carol God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen is great for a holiday concert. All the rhythm section parts are fully notated so your group can create
Three Guys is a flexible-instrumentation combo chart based on the traditional carol We Three Kings set in a jazz/rock style. Flexibility is the key to this small group arrangement which
"Ho! Ho! Ho!" This set of holiday combo books will put a twinkle in anyone's eye! The collection contains 12 charts that are easy enough for younger players, and we think even pros can make use of them...
Four terrific holiday favorites for jazz combo including: Frosty The Snowman; Silver Bells; Let It Snow, Let It Snow, Let It Snow and I'll Be Home for Christmas. Flexibly scored for
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