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
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
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
Joe Zawinul and Weather Report turned the jazz world on its ear with this iconic fusion composition from their 1977 album Heavy Weather. Arranged here for six horns and rhythm section, this version retains
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:
Similar to Lee Morgan's Sidewinder, this tune is written in a moderate soul/jazz style. This funky arrangement for six horns and rhythm section is sprinkled with stop-time breaks and catchy
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
Includes: Basin Street Blues; Copenhagen; High Society; King Porter Stomp; Maple Leaf Rag; Milenberg Joys; Sugar Foot Stomp; Weary Blues and When the Saints Go Marchin' In. Also included
The traditional Dixieland sound skillfully arranged for younger players - without straining the music budget. Contains four full-length arrangements for clarinet, tenor sax, trumpet, trombone, guitar/banjo,
More great Dixieland combo charts arranged for clarinet, trumpet, tenor sax, trombone, piano, guitar/banjo, bass/tuba, and drums. Titles include: When the Saints Go Marching In; South; Lazy River
Dixie really comes alive in this pak of four great tunes including: Tin Roof Blues; Basin Street Blues; Bill Bailey, Won't You Come Home and Wolverine Blues. Arranged for clarinet,
An economical pak arranged for clarinet, tenor sax, trumpet, trombone, piano, guitar/banjo, bass/tuba, and drums. This pak includes Livery Stable Blues, the first jazz song ever recorded. This was
This budget-friendly pak includes: Cabaret; Do You Know What It Means to Miss New Orleans; Indiana (Back Home Again in Indiana) and The Jazz-Me Blues. Skillfully scored for clarinet, tenor
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