In this flexible instrumentation setting for six horns and rhythm, Michael Mossman uses a moderate swing style to fashion a classy version of this familiar standard. The scoring style is largely tutti, but
As performed by Gordon Goodwin's Little Phat Band, the instrumentation is tenor sax, trumpet, trombone, piano, guitar, acoustic bass, and drums. This one is a funky shuffle and the tempo is around 170 bpm
Here's a fresh take on the bebop blues classic by Charlie Parker. In the little big band format, it starts out in a funk style then alternates with swing. The soloists have an opportunity to improvise in
From jazz legend Thelonious Monk, here is one of his best-known tunes in a playable, yet authentic setting for small groups. Written in a moderately slow swing style, this one is great for soloing. Flexible
Benny Golson composed this octet chart in 1957 and it was featured on the Dizzy Gillespie album The Greatest Trumpet Player of Them All. The features include a bluesy sound, interesting harmonies, varied
This Ellington favorite adapts beautifully to the little big band format in the skilled hands of Michael Mossman. The classic tune is still there, but with a contemporary twist. Instrumentation:
Catchin' the 'Trane is a flexible instrumentation jazz combo chart and is in the swing/blues style. It can be played as a 4, 5 or 6 horn combo chart and includes a wide variety of horn parts so you
Here's one of Duke Ellington's iconic tunes in a swingin' chart scored for the little big band format. Mark Taylor really gets the most out of just six horn parts in this great-sounding chart! Solo space is
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Here's Benny Carter's swinging arrangement of the standard Crazy Rhythm written and recorded in 1961 for his Further Definitions album. Now in print for the first time, this chart, unlike most
Here's a quirky Monk tune set in a 3-Plus Horns and Rhythm Section format. Flexible instrumentation: Part 1 - Trumpet, Alto Sax, or C Treble; Part 2 - Tenor Sax, Alto Sax, or Trombone, Part 3 - Baritone Sax
Arranged here in a brisk up-tempo swing style, this Sammy Cahn classic is set with much of the first chorus in unison for all the horns. After a solo section featuring alto sax and then trumpet, a brief
Horace Silver created a blues with a perfectly consistent character and structured the accompaniments and his piano solo in perfect balance. Orchestrating the piano parts from the original recording is a
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