Bill Holman, well known for his solo features, originally arranged this iconic tenor saxophone feature, Out of Nowhere, for Bill Perkins and the Stan Kenton Orchestra in the mid 50s. Set as an
Out of the Fog is a beautiful rock ballad flexible solo feature that is perfect for clarinet, soprano saxophone, alto saxophone or tenor saxophone soloists. The chordal structure is quite
This wonderful and classic ballad recorded by Stevie Wonder is set here as a solo feature for tenor saxophone. Beautifully accompanied by piano only in the beginning, a mellow accompaniment follows with
A lush jazz ballad solo feature for alto sax, tenor sax or trumpet/flugelhorn, Radiant Morning features a full-ensemble introduction leading into the beautiful and melodic solo. The sax
Composed in 1970, A Song for You has over the years become one of Leon Russell's most popular songs, recorded by countless artists including Peggy Lee, Michael Buble, Ray Charles, Whitney Houston,
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The Sun Will Shine Today is a flexible solo feature at around 180 bpm with standard instrumentation plus optional horn in F parts. Originally scored for clarinet, it includes feature
Tomorrow Is Always a Good Day is a sensational ballad feature for solo trombone or tenor saxophone. This lovely composition begins in a minor key, keeps building to a modulation to major, then
You can't help but smile when you play and hear Tonight, We Tango. At around 112 bpm, this tongue-in-cheek chart is tons of fun and has a melody that just won't go away, plus the groove is one that
A Gordon Goodwin vocal chart! In addition to the vocal part, there are optional solo feature parts for alto sax, tenor sax, trumpet or trombone for added flexibility. Gordon has conceived this chart with
This chart kicks! It's a shuffle at around 166 bpm and is a feature for two tenor saxes. This is not a duel, but a vehicle to showcase both tenor players. Sample tenor solos are provided, the
From the album Talking Book, this ever-popular Stevie Wonder hit won a Grammy award for him in 1973. Beautifully arranged here as a vocal or tenor sax solo feature with a few contemporary wrinkles, this is
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