Here's a straight-ahead, rockin' bari sax solo feature set at 156 bpm. The ensemble has a lot of exposure and the writing has a ton of style. The changes are a variation on the blues form with a little bit
Now in print for the first time, this was originally written in 1987 for the Richard Stoltzman album titled Ebony, featuring the Woody Herman Big Band. Duke Ellington's Come Sunday featured
Add some funk to holiday program with this soulful arrangement of the Christmas spiritual Go Tell It on the Mountain. Featuring the baritone sax player on partially written and improvised solos,
The title is a good reflection of the mood of Strollin', orchestrated here as a baritone sax feature, with an optional written bari solo. The light character of the piece is helped by the clarinet
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