Solo for flute. Meditative, improvisational in feel and dynamic. Beautifully expressive piece. Recorded by Jeff Coffin.
For flute trio or quartet - 2 bass flutes (or optional flutes), flute 1 & flute 2 / This has a Brasilian feel to it and allows for some improvisation during one section of the piece. Recorded by Jeff
Originally written with flute players in mind, these etudes actually work great for tenor sax too! They cover a wide variety of standard jazz material and are recommended for classical as well as jazz
Originally written with flute players in mind, these etudes actually work great for alto sax too! They cover a wide variety of standard jazz material and are recommended for classical as well as jazz
Three-time Grammy-winning saxophonist/flutist/clarinetist Jeff Coffin (Dave Matthews Band, Bela Fleck & the Flecktones) has written these improv etudes over the changes to ten jazz standards. This is a
10 Improvisational Flute Etudes written and performed by 3x Grammy winning saxophonist/flautist Jeff Coffin (Dave Matthews Band/Bela Fleck & the Flecktones) over the changes of 10 jazz
The road isn't an easy place to thrive and survive - there are many things to think about before (and after) you leave the driveway with your band. The purpose of this book is to address the "before" parts.
Play along and study the tunes famously recorded by the Mu'tet featuring Jeff Coffin on saxophones, Roy "Futureman" Wooten (of Bela Fleck and the Flecktones) on drums, Felix Pastorius (formerly of the
Book 3 of the three-book saxophone series includes must-hear sax players and recordings, how to practice, equipment tips, and much more. A special emphasis is placed on the Big 5 Fundamentals: listening,
Book 2 of the three-book saxophone series includes must-hear sax players and recordings, how to practice, equipment tips, and much more. A special emphasis is placed on the Big 5 Fundamentals: listening,
Written with students, educators and pros in mind, this three-book series by Jeff Coffin focuses on the technical and improvisational aspects of playing the saxophone. The concepts in these books have been
This chart gets its title from the "Weebles wobble, but they don't fall down" toys from the '70s. The rhythm section is in one time signature while the horns are in another, and they all come together in a
One of the more unique pieces from the Jeff Coffin catalog. Arranged by David Deacon-Joyner, it's a rock/funk/up-tempo tune with some influences from Frank Zappa's music and Jeff Coffin's beard! Includes
This Jeff Coffin chart features a traditional blues form with a couple of odd time bars thrown in for good measure. It has a New Orleans second-line groove and can feature tenor saxophone or any number of
A soulful, slow, bluesy, New Orleans-inspired swing chart, Sweet Magnolias features a solo tenor saxophonist. One of the more accessible charts from the Jeff Coffin catalog, it's great for a
Here's a feel-good New Orleans second-line chart that can be opened up to feature any member of the jazz ensemble or an alto sax soloist. The band will love playing this chart, and the audience will leave
A favorite of Jeff Coffin's and everyone who hears it! It's a very catchy melody that happens to be in 17 (or 8 1/2 if preferred). Listeners will hum the melody the first time they hear it. It's like Maceo
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This tune has some very wide intervallic leaps in the tenor part and is influenced by Michael Brecker's Delta City Blues. It's a free-blowing piece and is super funky. Arranged by Nashville's
Going in Circles is the only vocal chart available in Jeff Coffin's extended big band catalog. With lyrics by brilliant jazz vocalist Liz Johnson, this tune jumps between an easy Monk-like waltz
This is a tune by Jeff Coffin that hearkens the spirit and groove of the shuffle as played by the late, great jazz drummer Art Blakey. This is a great arrangement and has a beautifully arranged and slightly
Espoo You is a medium swing chart that can be opened up to feature a tenor soloist or any member of the jazz ensemble. It has a challenging saxophone soli to feature the sax section and is written
Dewey was written in homage to the late, great saxophonist Dewey Redman, although it is not a tenor solo feature. A fantastic arrangement by New Orleans saxophonist and educator Michael Jenner, it
Simple and a touch complex at the same time, this trombone solo feature swings hard with a touch of the blues included. Composed for Wycliffe Gordon and the Nashville Jazz Composers Collective.
A tricky mixed-meter extravaganza! Twisting and turning like a Moebius strip, this chart was arranged by trumpeter Tyler Mire of the U.S. Navy Band Commodores and offers some exciting melodic and rhythmic