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You  Raise  Me  Up Mike  Smukal Universal  Music E Classic rock from "Chicago!" Everyone has wanted to do this horn-driven chart at one time or another, and now you
can even do it with your young jazzers! Kids will latch on to the hard-hitting bass line right away, and your band will
25  or  6  to  4 Robert  Lamm Peter  Blair Lamminations  Music E Winter  2010 take
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is hot! Few artists cross generational lines like Santana, so both your students and audience will love this
killer jazz-rock piece. With the clearly notated Latin rock groove in the rhythm section parts, modest brass ranges,
Evil  Ways Sonny  Henry Ralph  Ford Richcar  Music E and written solos,
Who can forget this your band can rock
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it. "The Edgar Winter Group!" Trumpets and saxes trade phrases on the
head, and the full ensemble takes it on the chorus. Includes written or ad lib solos for trumpet and/or guitar over easy
Free  Ride Dan  Hartman Michael  Sweeney EMI  Blackwood  Music E rock chords. A hot tune!
Stick  Shift Andy  Clark Birch  Island  Music E Rock  chart  drumset  feature
This is the fabulous ballad from Disney's sensational film "The Lion King." This easy version for vocal soloist is based
Can  You  Feel  the  Love  Tonight? Elton  John,  Tim  Rice Jerry  Nowak Wonderland  Music E on the pop recording by Elton John. Everyone will love the appealing melody. (Vocals in Eb/F)
This is one of those rare tunes that is well-known to virtually all age groups. However, you might have to discourage
Y.  M.  C.  A. Peter  Blair Can't  Stop  Music E the parents in the front row from doing the 'YMCA' choreography!
This is a really unique number for your Christmas concert. The ever-popular Latin-rock styled holiday tune ("Feliz
Navidad" means "Merry Christmas" in Spanish) has been skillfully arranged with young jazz ensembles in mind. No
Feliz  Navidad Jose  Feliciano Andy  Clark J  &  H  Pub. E solos. It's playable with reduced instrumentation and sure to be the hit of your holiday concert!
Featuring the classic dance tunes Let's Groove, Boogie Wonderland and Sing A Song, here's a fun medley of hits
from "Earth, Wind & Fire." The infectious groove and signature horn licks make this a great choice for young players!
Earth,  Wind  &  Fire  Dance  Mix Paul  Murtha E Winter  2008 Arranged
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swing for the younger player. Based on the simple chord progression to Happy Birthday, the rhythm section plays a
simple even eighth note, limbo/Latin style and the winds play with a slight swing feel and it all comes together just
right! There's some neat plunger mute work too. This chart includes accessible ranges and written solos for alto sax,
trumpet and trombone along with great fun and history. It also includes optional, nontraditional parts for participation
Limbo  Jazz Duke  Ellington David  Berger Tempo  Music E Spring  2007 by your
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Hot Chocolate hot stuff! A fun swinger in a jump style, it's loaded with energy,
based on the original recording and has been skillfully adapted for the young player. There are no solos, the ranges
are modest and a driving bass line makes it move along. To make this chart flexible for all year, the arranger offers
two endings: one with a clever and effective modulation to a Jingle Bells quote and one without. Highly
Hot  Chocolate Mike  Lewis E recommended!
This is one of the prettiest ballads ever written! Carefully crafted and lushly scored for younger bands, it will make
Nightengale  Sang  in  Berkeley  Square,  A Roger  Holmes Peter  Maurice  Music E your group sound great! In fact, this is so nice that bands at the medium-easy level will want to consider it, too!
Auld Lang Syne; Christmas Eve in My Home Town; Here Comes Santa Claus; I'll Be Home for Christmas; A
Six  Pack  #6 Frank  Comstock E Marshmallow World; We Wish You a Merry Christmas.
Heatwave Peter  Blair Jobete  Music  Co. E
Dick  Smith,  Felix   Jerry's easy swing treatment of this holiday favorite will sound great on your winter concert and it won't take much of
Winter  Wonderland Bernard Jerry  Nowak Warner  Bros. E your rehearsal time. Written solo options include sax, trumpet and/or trombone.
Six  Pack  #18 Frank  Comstock E I Got It Bad and That Ain't Good; Johnson Rag; My Guy; On the Sunny Side of the Street; Splish Splash; Taboo.
Friend  Like  Me Peter  Blair Walt  Disney  Music E
Jersey  Bounce Bob  Lowden Lewis  Music E

Harlem  Nocturne Larry  Norred E

Mistletoe  Magic Andy  Clark Birch  Island  Music E

Leslie  Bricusse,  John  
Somewhere  In  My  Memory Williams Mark  Taylor Fox  Film  Music E

The memorable ballad recorded by "The Righteous Brothers" in 1965 was back on the pop charts due to its inclusion
Unchained  Melody Hy  Zaret,  Alex  North Larry  Norred Frank  Music E in the soundtrack of the hit movie "Ghost." Larry's easy arrangement features a nice, written-out alto sax solo.
Wild  Thing Chip  Taylor Paul  Lavender EMI  Blackwood  Music E
Includes: Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer; Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas; Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It
Six  Pack  #2 Frank  Comstock E Snow!; Silver Bells; Santa Claus Is Comin' To Town and Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree
Jerry has taken a funky James Brown song and arranged it into a nice jazz/rock chart that will come together easily
for your group. A solo section includes written out solos for alto and tenor, but you'll get the most out of this piece by
I  Got  You  (I  Feel  Good) James  Brown Jerry  Nowak Fort  Knox  Music E letting your students get their feet wet improvising over the simple chord changes.
Toni  Wine,  Carol  Bayer  
Groovy  Kind  of  Love,  A Sager Paul  Jennings Screen  Gems E This is the original Count Basie chart, recreated by Jeff Hest. Meticulously notated with Basie's simple but timeless
piano solo, transcribed solos for first and second tenors, trombone, trumpet and bass, and the mother of all Basie
swinging shout choruses, this is a classic that deserves a place in every jazz ensemble's repertoire! Highly
One  O'Clock  Jump Count  Basie Jeff  Hest EMI  Feist M recommended!
What a great closer for your jazz concert! Larry has crafted a stunning ballad chart that incorporates America The
Beautiful; My Country 'Tis Of Thee and The Battle Hymn Of The Republic. Not only is it filled with gorgeous colors
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Mambo  Swing Scotty  Morris Roger  Holmes Big  Bad  Voodoo  Music M break and a hard-hitting final chorus. This is hot!
The famous anthem of the Civil War has never swung like this before! Using a fast shuffle feel and gospel-like
harmonies, this arrangement will capture the attention of any audience. The use of full band all the way, without
Battle  Hymn  of  the  Republic Bryan  Kidd FJH  Music  Co. M solos, makes
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that has the contemporary sound
reminiscent of the music of Bill Chase. The brasses get a good workout, but it's worth every note. The guitar solo
(also cued in the keyboard) is written in A to let the guitarist solo in a comfortable key. An excellent choice for festival
High  Impact Robert  Woods Heritage  Music  Press M and contest! Highly recommended!
Victor Lopez does it again! Year after year, Victor writes fresh, hot Latin charts that are extremely fun to play. Starting
with a cool bass and bari sax lick, this gem of a chart moves to a well-conceived "head" with a trumpet and tenor sax
lead. In the development of the tune, Victor switches to a salsa feel and gives solo opportunities to all the
Puffy  Taco,  The Victor  Lopez Belwin  Mills M instruments. A hot chart without any range difficulties!
Please don't, because they're the stars in this cookin' rock chart! Chock-full of four-part soli work for the bones,
Please  Don't  Shoot  the  Trombone   there's also an open solo section for trombone or anyone else. This one hits the road rockin', and doesn't let up till
Players! Andy  Clark Birch  Island  Music M the
Thislast note! Hot!funk original is based on two chord changes, I & IV Dominant chords, making soloing a breeze. A
short interlude, or bridge, provides a break from the two chords adding interest to the overall effect of the chart. With
hints of Watermelon Man, this tune features unison melodies and hip harmonies making it extremely fun to play and
Buffalo  Wings Mike  Carubia Smart  Chart  Music M hear! Tonsisofexciting
This chart personality! Highly recommended!
jazz-rock...pure and simple! From the jazz-rock group "Chase," it features the trumpet section
and has written solos for tenor sax, trumpet and trombone. The lead trumpet range is to written Bb above the staff.
There's also a cool cascading chorale section. Optional parts are included for flute, horn in F, baritone/tenor sax and
Get  It  On Victor  Lopez Cha  Bil  Music M Spring  2009 tuba. Hit it hard and keep the energy pumping! Highly recommended!
Arranger Dave Rivello has taken this well-known traditional melody and brought it to life with his outstanding gospel-
sounding chart. Opening with an a cappella brass chorale, it breaks into a gospel/rock shout. The tenor solo is
Amazing  Grace Dave  Rivello Belwin  Mills M Winter  2008 written and a few modulations keep this chart moving onward and upward. A great chart that all will enjoy!
You know it as swing, but this is the hot version recorded by "Chicago!" Ellington's famous standard gets a fresh face-
Caravan Mike  Tomaro M Winter  2008 lift
this excitingand
arrangement by Mike
energy of this Tomaro!
Chuck Mangione tune in a moderate funk style is infectious. The solos are written
out for flugelhorn (trumpet) and tenor sax. This is an outstanding feature for flugelhorn soloist. A funky melody that
Give  It  All  You  Got Chuck  Mangione Victor  Lopez Gates  Music M Spring  2007 will stick in your mind!
Spinning  Wheel David  Clayton  Thomas John  Berry EMI  Blackwood  Music M
Leonard  Bernstein,   Rarely does a song have the staying power over time as this gem from "West Side Story." One of the definitive
Somewhere Stephen  Sondheim Roger  Holmes M ballads of all time, here is a wonderful opportunity to perform it with a vocalist and big band!
When  the  Saints  Go  Marching  In Dean  Sorenson Kjos  Music M
This beautiful JIMMY WEBB song gets an extra special treatment from Dave Wolpe, and the end result is stunning.
Didn't  We Jimmy  Webb Dave  Wolpe Jobete  Music  Co. M You'll have to try this one -- it's one of a kind.
This one features vocal quartet (SATB or SSAA) and has all of the big band sounds everyone likes. Voice leadings
Blue  Moon Richard  Rodgers Mike  Carubia Warner  Bros. M Spring  2008 are really nice, and a bossa interlude gives a nice change of pace. (Vocals in C/Eb.)
Calvin  Lewis,  Andrew  
When  a  Man  Loves  a  Woman Wright Roger  Holmes Pronto  Music M
Jimmy  Page,  Robert  
Stairway  to  Heaven Plant Roger  Holmes Superhype  Pub. M
Shout   Peter  Blair M
White  Christmas Irving  Berlin Paul  Jennings Irving  Berlin M
Right  Here  Waiting Richard  Marx John  Berry Chi-­‐Boy  Music M
Conga Enrique  Garcia Steve  Mochel M This is one of the hardest driving rock tunes ever recorded, and it's one of the hottest jazz ensemble rock charts! It's
full of the great brass licks that made the original so exciting, and the one chord solo section (optional) is lots of fun
Vehicle James  Peterik Paul  Jennings Bald  Medusa  Music M Spring  2011 no matter how experienced your players are.
Tom  Jones,  Harvey  
Soon  It's  Gonna  Rain Schmidt Frank  Mantooth M
Begin  the  Beguine Cole  Porter Jeff  Hest Warner  Bros. M? Spring  2007
Ice  Castles,  Theme  From Dave  Wolpe M?
Salute  to  Glenn  Miller,  A Jeff  Hest MA Spring  2009
Cherokee Ray  Noble Frank  Mantooth Peter  Maurice  Music MA
Just  Before  Sunset Paul  Clark Paul  Clark Birch  Island  Music ME
Respect Roger  Holmes Irving  Music ME
This wonderful jazz standard by Thad Jones moves smoothly through a few styles - first as a ballad, then
as a moderate jazz waltz, then as a bossa in four, and back to the jazz waltz feel - all the while keeping
the beauty and integrity of the original. Written or ad lib solos are for alto sax and trumpet. Gorgeous Editors'  Choice  2004  Basic  
Child  is  Born,  A Thad  Jones John  Denton D'Accord  Music ME chord voicings and tasty contrapuntal lines support this beautiful tune in a very tasteful way! Library
Hot  Hot  Hot Roger  Holmes Chrysalis  Music ME
There's some major brass and sax hits in this great chart, along with an infectious blues-rock beat!
Isaac  Hayes,  David   try  for  spring   Everyone knows this as a "Blues Brothers" classic, although it was originally recorded by "Sam & Dave."
Soul  Man Porter Roy  Phillippe Walden  Music ME 2012 Roy Phillippe's hot arrangement is easy to play and perfect for your jazz band! Editors'  Choice  1996
This warm, colorful rock-ballad arrangement of the popular carol is a superior choice for any holiday performance!
Trumpets or flugelhorns sound beautiful carrying the melodic lead in this exceptional chart. It will come together with
Still,  Still,  Still Paul  Clark Birch  Island  Music ME Winter  2010 a minimum of rehearsal time, and will be the highlight of your holiday concert! Highly recommended!
Spicy solo spots and hot ensemble licks keep the excitement level high in this outstanding chart! The ideal way to
feature additional percussionists on congas, shakers, timbales and other Latin instruments, this will even be
Senorita  Fajita Larry  Neeck Larry  Neeck Birch  Island  Music ME Spring  2011 successful with reduced instrumentation of three saxes, three trumpets and one trombone. Highly recommended!
Swingin'  Shepherd  Blues,  The Mark  Taylor EMI  Longitude ME This screamin' arrangement features a blending of an 8-to-the-bar boogie woogie and Rumba in a classic big band
setting. The saxes take the melody with some gritty plunger work in the brass to really give this chart some character.
A hot tenor sax solo is followed by a swinging shout chorus that is sure to bring down the house! The showtime-style
Jingle  Bell  Boogie Bryan  Kidd FJH  Music  Co. ME ending
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sax leads are paired in unison lines throughout the chart, and featured independently in the solo sections. Written
solos for guitar and vibes are cued in the soloist parts as well. This classy "Toots" Thielemans tune is sure to charm
Bluesette David  Wolpe Song  of  Universal ME your audience!
Wow, if this doesn't get everyone into the holiday groove, nothing will! Including phrases of Angels We Have Heard
On High; Angels From The Realms Of Glory; Go, Tell It On The Mountain andHallelujah Chorus, with a clever Latin
piano riff at the beginning and end, this up-tempo chart will really add sparkle to your holiday concert! It requires no
Joy  to  the  World Paul  Clark Birch  Island  Music ME solos, ranges are
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change to the old holiday standard,
and it won't take long to get ready either! There's easy block section writing and a nice written solo to feature your
I'll  be  Home  for  Christmas Gregory  Yasinitsky Gannon  &  Kent  Music ME lead trombone. An excellent choice for your holiday concert!
Ask the proverbial musical question and let your band roar on the answer! This "Tower Of Power" chart will let your
What  is  Hip? Paul  Murtha Arikat  Music ME rhythm section keep the funk going while the horns get into the tight riffs. What is hip? This is!
What a super trombone section feature! It's a medium swingin' blues, and it gives each of your trombonists a chance
to solo: either improvised or playing the written notes. Complete with a terrific ensemble shout chorus for the full
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holiday tunesHighly recommended!
gift wrapped in a wonderful arrangement by Carl
Strommen! Includes: Here Comes Santa Claus; Santa Claus Is Coming To Town; Have Yourself A Merry Little
Christmas and Auld Lang Syne. A musical mix of styles and tempos really make this work. If you look at one holiday
Big  Band  Christmas  II,  A Carl  Strommen ME Winter  2010 chart this season,
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statement from the saxes and trombones and never stops! There is a
drum solo midway through, and a nice 'shout'-type ensemble on the way out. This will make a great programming
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your jazz band. It's all ensemble--no solos--and it swings all the way. This is a
perfect chart to teach the swing concept--the style and melody work just right. John Denton's scoring for this Grade 3
level is right on the money--not too challenging, not too easy--but most important, it's fun to play! You'll get quick
results with this chart since the figures lay so well for each instrument and everything is so logical. Take a ride on this
Trolley  Song,  The John  Denton Warner  Bros. ME trolley!
Wow! Here's a tune that you just can't ignore! Originally recorded by composer Prado, it's really caught on thanks to
the popular recording by Lou Bega. This arrangement captures all the catchy riffs and up-tempo excitement of the
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on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart and has received amazing radio play. Its driving beat and hot party style has
Robi  Rosa,  Desmond   made it an anthem of the younger generation, and now this giant hit is ready for your jazz band in this hot Victor
Livin'  La  Vida  Loca Child Victor  Lopez ME Lopez arrangement!
Here's a solid, very playable arrangement of the modern jazz classic made famous by "Weather Report" and
"Manhattan Transfer." It includes a written solo for alto sax. The strong groove and carefully notated articulation and
Birdland Josef  Zawinul John  Higgins Mulatto  Music ME style markings make this a great piece to teach the jazz-rock style!
Build  Me  Up,  Buttercup Roger  Holmes Unichappell  Music ME
Check out this jumpin' swing chart from the "Cherry Poppin' Daddies!" A driving boogie woogie bass powers this tune
Zoot  Suit  Riot Steve  Perry Paul  Murtha Toilet  Brain  Music ME Spring  2011 that
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and is perfect for featuring your talented singer. Jazz Band parts are all at the medium-easy level, and the vocal
Someone  to  Watch  Over  Me Gershwin Dave  Wolpe Warner  Bros. ME range is moderate. A real gem! (Vocal in G.)
Little  Brown  Jug Paul  Lavender Jenson  Pub. ME This is one sweet chart! It's a piano feature set as a laid-back rock ballad that sounds great on either acoustic or
electric piano. From the solo piano introduction to the big climax and back, this tune has the goods. You'll want to let
Ivory  Moon Larry  Neeck Birch  Island  Music ME every one of your piano players have a chance to play this one!
This one is a real rocker! Classic songs like this are great for jazz ensemble. Jack Cooper really knows how to make
In-­‐A-­‐Gadda-­‐Da-­‐Vida Doug  Ingle Jack  Cooper ME a group
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been the musical trademarks of pop superstar Gloria Estefan.
Victor Lopez (formerly a trumpet player in Gloria's band, The Miami Sound Machine) has penned a solid medley for
jazz ensemble. The arrangement was part of a commission to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Florida
International University Music Department, and it showcases all of Ms. Estefan's biggest and best hits. This is a
Best  of  Gloria  Estefan,  The Victor  Lopez ME really
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concerts, this traditional classic really rocks in this up-tempo version! Andy Clark has written some
hot charts in his "gumbo rock" style and this is no exception. It's big, bold and full of energy and audience appeal! A
Go  Tell  It  on  the  Mountain Andy  Clark Birch  Island  Music ME real winner!
Victor is the king of great titles and great Latin charts for big band. On this original, the wind players get a shot at
adding in some Latin percussion effects, and you can expect to hear some 'hot' rhythmic figures throughout. It's a
Hasta  la  Pasta,  Mama! Victor  Lopez Belwin  Mills ME Spring  2011 great tune! (duration
Most notably recorded 3:46)
by Eartha Kitt, but also featured in the movie "Elf" as recorded by Madonna, here is a terrific
medium swing chart guaranteed to spice up your holiday concert! Tenor sax is featured on the melody and there are
short written or improvised solos for trumpet and trombone as well. Plenty of great ensemble writing! Highly
Santa  Baby John  Berry Trinity  Music ME recommended!
Here's a great chart with an infectious montuno-style groove. In addition to flexible instrumentation that makes the
music playable by big or not-so-big bands, you'll find plenty of helpful articulations and notated rhythm parts. The
composer offers detailed rehearsal suggestions designed to streamline preparation. Although scored with
accessibility in mind, the piece teaches sectional independence, balance, blend, and dynamic contrast. When your
audience hears this Latin tune they'll develop an urge to fire up the grill and cook fish tacos for their after-concert
Pescados  Frescos Armando  Rivera Liston  Music ME meal. Maybe you'll be invited! Optional reduced or expanded instrumentation.
Showcasing a trumpet or flugelhorn soloist, lush voicings create a perfect setting for the lyrical melody in this
beautiful rock ballad. This unique feature vehicle also has a written solo for piano and exposes the complete
Fallingwater George  Shutack Doug  Beach  Music ME Spring  2009 ensemble
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getting some air time in this gospel-rock chart! It includes an open solo section for the bari sax, or any other soloist of
Bari  Bari  Good Andy  Clark Birch  Island  Music ME Spring  2009 your choice. It's a very appealing tune with a big solid sound.
Play it again, Sam! This one can be used as a vocal solo or vocal group feature (SATB or SSAA). The voice leading
As  Time  Goes  By Herman  Hupfeld Mike  Carubia Warner  Bros. ME Spring  2009 is just right, and the band gets a spot to open up, too. (Vocals in C/Db.
This easy going swing tune is a perfect feature number for your Christmas or holiday concert. With its smooth
Baby,  It's  Cold  Outside Frank  Loesser Roger  Holmes Frank  Music ME Winter  2008 ensemble
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"Benny Goodman
Orchestra," only arranged for young players by Victor Lopez. The classic drum solo that can be opened up for as
much excitement as the crowd can stand, along with a written-out tenor solo, reasonable brass ranges and lots of
meaty ensembles keep this great chart exciting. It will also sound full with reduced instrumentation or with the
Sing,  Sing,  Sing Louis  Prima Victor  Lopez EMI  Robbins  Catalog ME Winter  2007 optional,
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terrific swing chartrecommended!
for developing bands so that every section gets a
chance to shine. Built around three notes, reasonable ranges (the trumpets never leave the staff), and an open solo
section on very basic Bb blues changes make this chart approachable by bands at many ability levels. The "good
time" style of this chart makes it great fun for the band and your audiences will love it. A very cool chart for your very
Who  Let  the  Cats  In? Paul  Clark Birch  Island  Music ME Winter  2007 cool "Cats!" Highly recommended!
Recorded by "The Association" in 1967, this tune became one of the signature ballads of the decade! This nicely
scored chart features a trombone solo, the trombone section, and a solo for alto saxophone. The underlying rock
Never  My  Love Don  and  Dick  Addrisi John  Berry ME Spring  2011 pulseLatin
This givesoriginal
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in calypso style life andaatuneful
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thatone is a real crowd
is supported by an pleaser!
interesting chord progression
with solid orchestration. Aside from being a good learning experience, this one will be a real crowd pleaser with its
infectious and happy sound. Though this chart contains great learning material, it's simply fun to play and will leave
the band and the audience whistling the melody. Take your band and audience on an island excursion with this
Caribbean  Getaway Jon  Phelps Cojarco  Music ME delightful chart! opportunity for your trombone soloist! That smooth 'bone sound is perfect for this beautiful pop
What a stunning
ballad, and the range is perfect for a lead high school player, mostly up to A's and a few Bb's. Highlighted from start
to finish, the soloist is never overshadowed, and soars above the tasty ensemble accompaniment, which is really not
difficult. A brief ad lib section can be played from suggested solos. If you've got the player, then you really need to
Traces David  Wolpe Low-­‐Sal ME give them a shot at this one!
So funky it could make a reindeer dance! It's got a "hook" that just won't quit and your students will just love it!
Playable with limited instrumentation, it has an open solo section over easy changes for soloists of your choice. If
Funky  Ol'  Saint  Nick Paul  Clark Birch  Island  Music ME Santa really does have a list, and he's checking it twice, this super chart is bound to be on it!
Turn  the  Beat  Around Roger  Holmes Unichappell  Music ME Spring  2008
Don't miss out on this one...it's amazingly easy to play and unusually effective! This excellent chart is a fresh
approach to four Christmas classics: Joy To The World; The First Noel; God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen and Silent
Night. The carols are tastefully embellished as the medley moves through different jazz styles, but things never get
too heavy. This chart is incredibly useful, and it's probably just what you've been looking for to round out your holiday
Christmas  Medley Carl  Strommen Belwin  Mills ME Winter  2007 program!
Paul Desmond's Take Five receives the royal treatment from Dave Wolpe in this exciting jazz ensemble
Take  Five Paul  Desmond Dave  Wolpe Derry  Music  Corp. ME arrangement.
Every A great
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this great Henry Mancini tune in their book, and this straight-ahead arrangement by Dave
Pink  Panther,  The Henry  Manici Dave  Wolpe Northridge  Music  Co. ME Wolpe is perfect!
Blue  Skies Irving  Berlin Paul  Jennings Irving  Berlin ME
Moondance Van  Morrison John  Berry Warner  Bros. ME
Here's a medium swing setting of this Jerome Kern favorite that will be a joy to perform. Great ensemble writing and
Can't  Help  Lovin'  Dat  Man Roger  Holmes ME a powerhouse ending help make this one a must! Keys: C, D-Flat, D.
You can't go wrong with one of the best holiday songs ever written! Roger's chart will bring out the best in any
White  Christmas Irving  Berlin Roger  Holmes Irving  Berlin ME vocalist, and will bring out the smiles in any audience! (Vocal in Bb.)
With the vocal part in the key of Db and modualting to the key of Eb, this great holiday standard works super in a
Let  It  Snow!  Let  It  Snow!  Let  It  Snow! Sammy  Chan,  Jule  Styne Roger  Holmes ME swing feel and is a perfect choice for your holiday concert!
Give your solo trombonist plenty of room with this one. Features soloist and trombone section in an easy
You  Are  Too  Beautiful Richard  Rodgers Carl  Strommen Warner  Bros. ME arrangement of a pretty ballad. Minimal rehearsal time needed!
Gordy,  Davis,  Hutch,   You'll remember this recent Mariah Carey hit of the version by the Jackson 5 in the '70s. This arrangement should
I'll  Be  There West Carl  Strommen Jobete  Music  Co. ME appeal to
Dave's young players
interpretation andDuke
of the audiences alike.
Ellington Straightforward
standard is right onwriting
target for
for big sounds!jazz ensembles. It really kicks!
Take  the  'A'  Train Billy  Strayhorn Dave  Barduhn Tempo  Music ME Excellent festival material.
Don  Raye,  Hughie  
Boogie  Woogie  Bugle  Boy Prince Larry  Norred MCA  Music  Pub. ME
Beauty  and  the  Beast Sammy  Nestico Walt  Disney  Music ME
Johnny  Burke,  Erroll  
Misty Garner John  Berry Octave  Music ME
Ned  Washington,  Leigh  
When  You  Wish  Upon  a  Star Harline Paul  Jennings Bourne  Co. ME Spring  2008
From Cannonball Adderley to Buddy Rich, this infectious jazz/rock classic has become a favorite of listeners and
Mercy,  Mercy,  Mercy Josef  Zawinul Paul  Jennings Zawinul  Music ME players alike. Now it's available for less experienced jazz groups in this creative chart by Paul Jennings.
Alexander's  Rock  n'  Roll  Band Andy  Clark Birch  Island  Music ME
Do  the  Bartman Bryan  Loren John  Berry ATV  Music ME
Voices  That  Care Gordon  Goodwin ME
Cold-­‐Hearted Elliot  Wolff Dave  Wolpe Virgin  Music ME The trumpet soloist starts alone with this memorable melody and soon draws the entire ensemble into Carl
Strommen's easy arrangement. Although the band get its say, it is the trumpet soloist who sustains right to the end.
As  Time  Goes  By Herman  Hupfeld Carl  Strommen Warner  Bros. ME An excellent trumpet feature.
You are going to like this one! PROUD MARY has been with us since the early '70s, but not in an arrangement such
Proud  Mary J.C.  Fogerty Dave  Wolpe Jondora  Music ME as this. This one SHOUTS, it's so good! Among the best from Dave Wolpe.
Don't  Worry,  Be  Happy Bobby  McFerrin Roger  Holmes Prob  Noblem  Music ME
Henry Mancini's classic gets a face lift from Dave Wolpe. Easy to recognize, easy to play, and easy to rehearse, this
Peter  Gunn Henry  Manici Dave  Wolpe Northridge  Music  Co. ME one's a jazz ensemble director's dream.
This sentimental Christmas favorite will never go out of style, and Dave Wolpe's satisfying arrangement is a great
Have  Yourself  a  Merry  Little  Christmas Dave  Wolpe Leo  Feist   ME way to feature your vocalist during the holidays. (Vocal in G.)
Frosty  the  Snowman Bob  Lowden ME
Johnny  B.  Goode Chuck  Berry John  Moss ARC  Music ME Spring  2008
Time  of  My  Life,  The  (I've  Had) Dave  Wolpe ME
Bert  Russell,  Phil  
Twist  and  Shout Medley Paul  Jennings ME
With the resurgance of rock and roll classics, you won't want to miss one of the all-time big hits, OLD TIME ROCK &
Old  Time  Rock  and  Roll Dave  Wolpe ME ROLL. This easy arrangement will give that needed spark to any program.
I've  Got  a  Gal  in  Kalamazoo Harry  Warren Warner  Bros. ME? Here's an accessible holiday chart that's set in a rock groove with a completely notated solo section for any of the
horns. There's also an optional written-out drum set solo. An easy-to-prepare and fun holiday chart, this one also
features some easily spoken "Who Let the Elves Out?" chants. A very contemporary and cool groove for your holiday
Who  Let  the  Elves  Out? Victor  Lopez Alfred VE concert! Highly recommended!
Ballin'  the  Jack Jim  Burris,  Chris  Smith John  Edmonsdon VE
Silent  Night Peter  Blair Heritage  Music  Press
This timeless classic has long been a favorite with jazz singers. Mark's version is in a medium swing style
Sunny  Side  of  the  Street,  On  the Mark  Taylor Winter  2007 and provides a terrific background for your featured vocalist.
Can  You  Feel  the  Love  Tonight? John  Berry Wonderland  Music
Leslie  Bricusse,  Frank  
Someone  Like  You Wildhorn Jerry  Nowak Stage  &  Screen  Music
Someone  to  Watch  Over  Me Gershwin Dave  Barduhn Warner  Bros. ME
Gus  Kahn,  Walter  
Makin'  Whoopee Donaldson Dave  Barduhn
Nothing's  Gonna  Change  My  Love  For   Gerry  Goffin,  Michael  
You Masser John  Berry
Jeff  Barry,  Ellie  
Do  Wah  Diddy  Diddy Greenwich Paul  Jennings Trio  Music
Rudolph  the  Red-­‐Nosed  Reindeer Johnny  Marks Jerry  Nowak
Merry  Disco  Christmas,  A Sandy  Feldstein Alfred
Someone  to  Watch  Over  Me Gershwin Mark  Taylor New  World  Music
Gimme  Some  Lovin' Tom  Malone Island  Music
Puttin'  on  the  Ritz Irving  Berlin Bob  Lowden Irving  Berlin
Pennsylvania  6-­‐5000 Jeff  Hest Robbins  Music
Flinstones,  (Meet)  The Dave  Barduhn Barbera-­‐Hanna  Music
Riverside  Drive Jeff  Taylor William  Allen  Music
Somewhere  Out  There Roger  Holmes MCA  Music  Pub.
Bye  Bye  Blackbird Mark  Taylor Warner  Bros.
Christmas  the  Joy  and  Spirit Sammy  Nestico Kendor  Music
Sleigh  Ride Dave  Wolpe Mills  Music
Take  Me  Home Phil  Collins Paul  Jennings
Sara Bob  Lowden Petwolf  Music
Winter  Wonderland Dave  Barduhn WB  Music
Christmas  Song,  The Jerry  Nowak
Christmas  Visions Bob  Lowden Hal  Leonard
Sweet  Georgia  Brown Sammy  Nestico Warner  Bros.
I'm  So  Excited Paul  Lavender
Neuron  Dance Tom  Johns
Misty Erroll  Garner Mark  Taylor Octave  Music
Ain't  She  Sweet Steve  Wright Warner  Bros.
Stuck  on  You Lionel  Richie Paul  Jennings Brockman  Music
Five  Foot  Two,  Eyes  of  Blue Tom  Johns Feist
Just  a  Gigolo/I  Ain't  Got  Nobody Roger  Holmes Hal  Leonard
If  This  Is  It Larry  Norred Hulex  Music
I  Just  Called  to  Say  I  Love  You Stevie  Wonder Dave  Wolpe Jobete  Music  Co.
Christmas  Jazz  Suite Bill  Holcombe
Christmas  Medley Carl  Strommen Alfred
I'll  be  Home  for  Christmas Jerry  Nowak
Beginning  Stage  Band  Kit  1 Various Various Warner  Bros.
Opus  One Sy  Oliver Jerry  Nowak Hal  Leonard
Someday Jimmie  Hidges Glenn  Osser
Sexy  +  17,  (She's) Brian  Setzer Bob  Lowden Hal  Leonard
September  in  the  Rain Art  Dedrick Remick  Music
Satin  Doll Sammy  Nestico Tempo  Music
Saint  Louis  Blues W.  C.  Handy Johnny  Warrington
Pink  Panther Henry  Manici Northridge  Music  Co.
Perdido Wilfred  Roberts Tempo  Music
Opus  One Sy  Oliver Cornel  Arany Embassy  Music
My  Two  Front  Teeth Don  Gardner Paul  Jennings Warner  Bros.
Misty Erroll  Garner Dave  Barduhn Octave  Music
Maniac Jerry  Nowak Hal  Leonard
Mame Jerry  Herman Johnny  Warrington Jerryco  Music
Mack  the  Knife Jerry  Sears
Machine  Gun  Mambo Rusty  Dedrick Kendor  Music
Lullaby  of  Birdland George  Shearing Art  Dedrick
Love  Letters  in  the  Sand J.  Fred  Coots Charles,  Nick  Kenny Bourne  Co.
Londonderry  Air Art  Dedrick Kendor  Music
Latin  Nights Jerry  Nowak
Just  the  Way  You  Are Billy  Joel Roger  Pemberton Hal  Leonard
Jersey  Bounce Art  Dedrick Lewis  Music
Intermission  Riff Ray  Wetzel Frank  Comstock
In  the  Mood Glenn  Miller Joe  Garland
I'll  Remember  April Glenn  Osser Leeds  Music
I'll  Never  Smile  Again Ruth  Lowe Glenn  Osser Leeds  Music
I'll  Be  Around Alec  Wilder Art  Dedrick Regent  Music  Corp.
If  You  Leave  Me  Now Peter  Cetera Bob  Lowden
I  Want  to  Hold  Your  Hand Lennon,  McCartney Glenn  Osser
I  Remember Lloyd  Conley Kendor  Music
Hill  Street  Blues Mike  Post Paul  Jennings MTM  Music
Hello,  Dolly Jerry  Herman Johnny  Warrington
Hawaii  Five-­‐O Mort  Stevens Hale  Road
Have  Yourself  a  Merry  Little  Christmas Paul  Jennings Feist
Goin'  Out  of  My  Head Randazzo,  Weinstein
Fly  Like  an  Eagle Steve  Miller Jeff  Tkazyik
Feels  So  Good Chuck  Mangione Jeff  Tkazyik
Endless  Love Lionel  Richie Bob  Lowden
Doodlin' Horace  Silver Johnny  Warrington
Design  for  Autumn Art  Dedrick Kendor  Music
Cute Neal  Hefti
Cotton  Fields Huddie  Ledbetter Larry  Wagner
Come  Back  to  Sorrento Art  Dedrick Kendor  Music
Christmas  Song,  The Paul  Jennings
Cherry  Point Neal  Hefti
Celebration Dave  Wolpe
Cabaret Johnny  Warrington
Boptitude  Test Art  Dedrick
Blowin'  in  the  Wind Bob  Dylan Ross  Hastings
Birth  of  the  Blues,  The Art  Dedrick
Bernie's  Tune Bernie  Miller Frank  Comstock
Batman  Theme Neal  Hefti Earl  Sheldon
Back  Home Sammy  Nestico Kendor  Music
American  Patrol Bob  Burton