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Four favorites that reached #1 as you've never heard them before. Grooves include - jazz waltz ("A Hard Days Night"), reggae ("I Wanna Hold Your Hand”), second line ("She Loves You"), and straight-ahead swing ("Can't Buy Me Love”). Optional high note trumpet solo at the end. (Currently written for 3 trombones.) Ranges: tpt.-F6, trb.-C5
Commissioned by the Westchester Jazz Orchestra with soloist Randy Brecker, this polyrhythmic work features solos for trumpet and piano. In addition, there is some rhythmically fun interplay between the saxes and brass section. Ranges: tpt.-F6, trb.-Bb4
Written for the Pennsylvania Music Educators Association District 9 All-State band, the swing classic is a great choice for bands of all levels. Features solis for each of the sections. Ranges: tpt.-A5, trb.-A4
This classic Joe Henderson tune has plenty of solo space for tenor sax. Recorded by the Westchester Jazz Orchestra on their debut CD, "All In". Ranges: tpt.-F6, trb.-A4
In the style of Elvin Jones, this unique offering "gives the drummer some". Moderately advanced solo changes provide a fun challenge for tenor sax and trombone as well. Ranges: tpt.-E6, trb.-C5
Jobim classic. Features solos for trombone and piano, plus a tricky sax soli. Ranges: tpt.-B5, trb.-D5
Recorded by the Westchester Jazz Orchestra on "Maiden Voyage", the feel of this chart alternates between 12/8 and 4/4. Soloists include trumpet, tenor sax, and piano. Ranges: tpt.Eb6-, trb.-Ab4
Alternating between 4/4 and 3/4, this funky latin classic has solos for trombone and guitar. Ranges: tpt.F6-, trb.-B4
Commissioned by the composer, this catchy tune has a straight eighth note feel, and includes fun chords changes for trumpet, and tenor sax. Ranges: tpt.-C6, trb.-Ab4
This is traditional Blue Note at its best! One of Herbie’s most swinging tunes, this arrangement has solo space for tenor sax and trumpet, and culminates with the soloists trading fours with the ensemble. Ranges: tpt.-Eb6, trb.-Bb4
Written to feature Joe Lovano, this chart is wall-to-wall tenor, will some tricky ensemble passages. Ranges: tpt.-F6, trb.-C5
This "Kind of Blue" favorite turns into a roaring blues with plenty of room for improvisation. Includes a soli that uses the first chorus of the original Miles Davis solo. Ranges: tpt.-G6, trb.-Bb4
A Scofield boogaloo with solo changes for trombone and guitar, and an advanced sax soli. Ranges: tpt.-F6, trb.-G4
This pretty ballad is a feature for a trumpeter with a very strong range and soaring sound (on both trumpet and flugelhorn). Ranges: solo tpt.- F#6, tpt.-C5, trb.-A4
Made famous by Tommy Dorsey, this arrangement bears little resemblance to the original. It has several odd meters, solos for tenor and trombone (in 7/4 time), and an open drum solo over a reharmonized chorale. Ranges: tpt.-D6, trb.-C#5
A beautiful yet often overlooked Jobim classic, this acoustic guitar driven offering has solos for piano and baritone sax. Ranges: tpt.-Db6-, trb.-Bb4
Written to feature the composer, this samba has fun chord changes for alto sax and trumpet. Ranges: tpt.-D6, trb.-A4
A gorgeous love song from “West Side Story”, this starts out slowly then builds into a contemporary tour de force. Woodwind doubling is required for the intro section. Solos for alto sax and trumpet. Ranges: tpt.-Eb6, trb.-C5
1980's classic reworked for big band. Features solos for piano and tenor sax. (Currently written for 3 trombones) Ranges: tpt.-C6, trb.-A4
Written for trumpet soloist plus big band, this jazz waltz has fun chord changes and some nice obbligato trumpet lines over the band. Ranges: solo tpt.- F6, tpt.-D6, trb.-A4
Funky treatment of this standard with plenty of open space for soloists. (Three trombone parts.) Ranges: tpt.-D6, trb.-A4
One of Dave Brubeck’s finest. A typical mixed meter journey featuring solo changes for alto sax and some fun melodic moments for the piano. (No guitar part.) Ranges: tpt.-Eb6, trb.-Bb4
Basie-style swinger with solos (and trading) for both alto sax players. A strong, swinging shout chorus closes it out. Ranges: tpt.-E6, trb.-B4
One of "T.O.P.'s" biggest hits, this chart features solos for trumpet, keyboard & guitar. The arrangement closely follows the original format. Ranges: tpt.-E6, trb.-B4
A fun showcase for the first trumpeter. This Ellington classic is full of fun "quotes" from various TV themes, and is a big hit at children's concerts.
Blues with a "bridge". No improvisation necessary. Some finger twisters for the tuba player.
One of J.S. Bach’s most beautiful works, this version features a re-harmonization of the melody, and is perfect for quintets that perform weddings.
Medium paced (straight-eighth note feel) tune with a nice melody. Written for trumpet, alto sax, tenor sax and trombone, but can be played with just one or two horn player(s) and a rhythm section. Originally recorded on "Extended Outlook".