This original composition, based on the chord changes to Bluesette, offers an opportunity to feature 1st and 2nd trombones. There are opportunities for the other sections as well, as they back up
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Cathy's Army is a tender ballad featuring solo trombone. The other trombone parts are optional, making this a perfect chart for a band with incomplete instrumentation. In fact, the solo part can be
This medium-swing minor blues chart puts the focus on the foundation of your band's brass section... the bass trombone. A solid melody set below the staff and into the pedal register is offset by dramatic
Fred Sturm presents another fresh, innovative arrangement. Diva, a solo feature originally written for trombonist Jim Pugh, can be played by trombone, or a soloist of your choosing. It starts with
Wow! If you have a hot trombone player in your band, you've got to check out this chart! This thing smokes from beginning to end, and it just gets better and better as it unfolds. It's got the classic
Here's a wonderful update of Tommy Dorsey's classic theme song. It's totally playable by high school jazz bands, yet it also sounds great with college and professional groups. It's written as a trombone
In Your Dreams... is an exceptional ballad feature for solo trombone or tenor saxophone. The rhythmic and technical demands are minimal allowing rehearsal time to focus on musicality and
It Ain't Easy Goin' Green is a delightful trombone solo feature that honors the amazing talent of the great trombonist Urbie Green. This chart is an easygoing bossa nova with accessible parts for
This Carl Strommen ballad is written as an alto sax solo feature, but also includes solo parts to allow a trumpet or trombone to play the solo part. This classy rock ballad allows you to feature one of your
Kris Berg has composed a beautiful, sensitive and mature solo feature for B-flat, E-flat instruments or trombone. The ensemble is equally important in this setting at around 74 bpm that transitions
John Fedchock's chart on this Monk classic is an all-out trombone solo feature, though it also showcases the band's restraint and ability to shift dynamically between piano and fortissimo. The
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