This Latin favorite arranged for small groups features flexible instrumentation options, easy scoring and brief solos written into all the parts. The parts include: Part 1 - Trumpet or Alto Sax; Part 2
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
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
Young and developing jazz musicians can now study and learn with these six flexible-instrumentation charts for small jazz groups in various styles. At the easy to medium-easy grade levels, all arrangements
This is an outstanding set of combo books containing 10 accessible arrangements of blues tunes that are perfect for almost any performance situation. Playable with any combination of horns plus rhythm
"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...
One of the classic jazz tunes of all time! Set in a medium swing tempo for four flexible horns and rhythm section. Nice!
Nicely scored for younger players, this Ellington classic is great for small jazz groups. The instrumentation is flexible in four parts for winds with piano, bass, drums and optional guitar.
This medium swing standard by jazz master Charlie Parker gives even young players a great opportunity to learn style and an introduction to improvising. Inexperienced combo performers will have fun and
The familiar bass line and melody riffs from this Mancini classic adapt perfectly for jazz combo in this easy arrangement by John Berry. It's flexibly scored for four-plus horns, 3 rhythm and optional
In this easy combo version of the Miles Davis modal classic, the melody can be performed as a feature for the bass player, or you can use the cues provided in parts 3 and 4 as well as the piano part.
One of the most classic blues tunes ever written, this familiar standard by Thelonious Monk provides your young players with a chromatic-based workout, but comfortable soloing over the blues
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