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 H&S HORNS AND STUFF A quick reference guide for stage band and dance band arrangers. It contains notes on ranges, registers, and characteristics of instruments most often associated with stage and dance bands. It includes a comprehensive section on Latin instrument rhythm patterns and a basic chord chart. Musicians new to arranging will find it to be an invaluable reference. Experienced arrangers will find themselves referring to it more often than they might imagine.
 CD-1 LISTEN BEFORE YOU BUY MP3s of all of Dick Brodfuehrer's "D" and "BB" arrangements are available on a single CD. That's more than 100 charts! They sound much more realistic than the MIDI versions and are the full arrangements, not just short samples. The price is only $10.00 to cover the costs of materials, production, postage, and handling. Use the ORDER NOW! page to place your order.
PJ-1 Piano Jazz Book & CD   A book/CD bundle of 6  jazz piano pieces for the intermediate student.  Listen to the recording as you play along!  A testimonial  about Joe's stuff:  "Dear Joe...impressed not only with your orchestration and composition, but also with your ease with the print-out program."-Dick Hyman.
 479-D HANK WILLIAMS MEDLEY INCLUDES "HEY GOOD LOOKIN'", "YOUR CHEATIN' HEART", AND "COLD COLD HEART". TRUMPET AND PIANO SOLOS ON SECOND CHORUS OF "CHEATIN, HEART". SAMPLE
 66-R HAPPY SADDLES WITH APOLOGIES TO ROY AND GENE. WITH THE LOSS OF 2 SINGING COWBOYS THIS CHART WAS PUT TOGETHER FOR SOME FUN!
 474-D HARBOR LIGHTS A STRAIGHT FORWARD ARRANGEMENT WITH ALL ENSEMBLE WORK. SAMPLE
 67-W HARBOR LIGHTS AN EASIER CHART, BUT STILL A NICE ONE.
 68-BB HARLEM NOCTURNE AN "-O"ARRANGEMENT. A "CONCERT/BIG BAND" CHART ARRANGED FOR STAN KENTON. ORIGINALLY A TROMBONE FEATURE (THAT PART IS INCLUDED)! IF NOT-A FLUGELHORN WILL DO THE SOLO AND THE BONE JUST PLAYS THE MARKED PART. THE FIRST READ-THROUGHS CAN BE ROUGH BECAUSE THE PHRASES ARE ABSTRACTED BETWEEN INSTRUMENTS AND SECTIONS. FANTASTIC BIG BAND ARR. SOME ABSOLUTELY WONDERFUL HARMONIES AND COUNTER MELODIES.
 69-O HARLEM NOCTURNE NONE BETTER
830-BB Harlem Nocturne An "-O" arrangement.  A Concert setting in which individual parts are fragmented.  But the fragments in each part fit together to form the total picture of the arrangement.  It takes very careful counting, when initially rehearsed...but it will come into focus after a couple of read-throughs.  If a Flugelhorn is used for the solo parts, use the Trumpet 4 and Trombone 1 "A" parts.  If you want the lead in the trombone, use the Trumpet 4 and Trombone 1 "B" parts.  Quite playable for high school and above stage bands.
802-R Harlem Nocturne We have had some great feed-back on this one. If you have ever heard Spike Jones' straight version of this tune (well…as close as Spike ever got to doing anything straight), you will notice that this version follows that loosely. A little more up-tempo and with some nice clarinet overtones. Almost a little Dixie style in some ways but still has that laid back soulful heart to it. The lead starts with the tenor, and then goes to the clarinet and trumpet. We can sub an alto part for the clarinet if needed. Clarinet, Tenor, Bone, Trumpet, and rhythm.
 254-R HARLEM NOCTURNE NICELY DONE WITH SOLO SECTION FOR WHOEVER FEELS THE CALL.
 636-R HAVANAGILA EVERYBODY KNOWS THIS ONE. STARTS SLOW AND BUILDS TO A FRENZY, AND THEN SLOWS BACK DOWN. FOR TRUMPET, CLARINET OR TENOR, TROMBONE AND RHYTHM.
 534-D HAVE YOU MET MISS JONES MEDIUM TEMPO MEDLEY MAKER. ALSO AVAILABLE FOR JAZZ OCTET (ALTO, TENOR, BARI, TRUMPET, BONE, AND RHYTHM). An optional 2nd tenor part is included to replace the bone if you like . SAMPLE
 70-T HAVIN' A BALL GREAT CHART, LEAVES A LITTLE FOR YOUR IMAGINATION.
 332-W HAWAIIAN WEDDING SONG YOU COULD TAKE 20 OF OUR CHARTS AND PUT TOGETHER A TWO HOUR (OR MORE) SHOW, FOR LESS THAN YOU GET PAID FOR THE GIG. (WE HOPE)
 71-W HEARTACHES PIECE SOUNDS GREAT USING 2 CLARINETS OR SAXES!
864-R Heigh-Ho  I know, I know, it's off to Disney we go. I couldn't help it, I was overcome with visions of the seven height challenged people (Dwarves is not politically correct and we are always P.C.). This chart has a very concert band straight 16 bar intro followed with a lot of up-tempo swing style, and maybe a little Dixie style fun. The last chorus uses either a bari or bone with the lead and the trumpet and clarinet playing a counter-melody with harmonies. For clarinet, bari or bone, trumpet, and rhythm. In Bb.
 72-R HE'LL HAVE TO GO JAZZ STYLE ARR. OF A JIM REEVES TUNE.
 73-T HELLO DOLLY IF YOU HAVE TO PLAY IT, THIS IS THE CHART.
 333-W HELLO DOLLY VOCAL  
781-M Heliotrope Bouquet 
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet.  In the first 2 sections of this rag, Scott Joplin uses themes from Louis Chauvin, and then develops in the later sections. (The score gives you more historical notes about the original piece.) This is the laid-back rag with many opportunities for the performers to develop their own expression. Scored for SATB or AATB   Keys: C/F
853-F Help/A Hard Day's Night
String Quartet
Movie music for string quartet.  A Medley including the title songs as well as "Day Tripper", "Tickets to Ride", "She Loves You", and "Eight Days a Week". A really nice way to play early Beatles songs on strings. SAMPLE
799-D He Will Carry Me The tune is basically a Christian praise song. In C. Instrumentation is trumpet, bone, tenor sax, lead and rhythm guitars, elec. keyboard, bass, drums, male lead vocal with male and female backup vocal. The chart can be tailored for more horns --- another trumpet, couple more saxes, etc. --- but there will be an extra charge for that. (Don't worry...Like everything we do, it will be very reasonable.)
 74-W HERE'S THAT RAINY DAY AN EASIER CHART, BUT SOUNDS NICE WITH GREAT BLENDS.
 608-BB HERE'S THAT RAINY DAY A "-J" ARRANGEMENT.  FOR A SMALL ORCHESTRA. FOR FLUTE, CLARINET, OBOE, 2 HORNS, HARP, STRINGS AND BASS.
 324-W HERNANDO'S HIDEAWAY A PRETTY NICE TANGO!
 75-W HIGH SOCIETY DIXIE NICE DIXIE ARR.
751-M Hindu Rag (1910)
Sax Quartet
Sax Quartet.  Most of this rag is in A minor with many chromatic chords and unusual intervals, which gives it an "eastern sound," as suggested by the title. In this arrangement the melody rarely stays in the same voice for more than just a few measures before it's passed on to the next player. In the third section, the melody finally stays in one place for a while, and the F major key is enough to lighten up the feel before returning to A minor for the finale! Scored for SATB or AATB. Keys: A Minor/F Major  SAMPLE
811-R Hogan's Dixie
Dixie
Dixieland style. The theme from Hogan's Heroes which is a neat tune to do in a a different style of song. I kept the march type drums intro and in between the choruses, but the rest is done in a swing style which means a lot of fun for your group.
 76-W HOLD ME  
972-D Holiday Schottisch Holiday Schottisch is a traditional schottisch by Stephen Foster. Don't know what a schottisch is? Look it up like I did. You'll be glad you did. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Schottisch   SAMPLE
 77-O HONEY TALKS A WEST COAST STYLE JAZZ PIECE. ALWAYS WELL RECEIVED.
 334-W HOOKERS HOOKER A VERY NEAT CHANGE OF PACE. STRIPPER MUSIC. BUMP AND GRIND. TAKE IT OFF, TAKE IT ALL OFF! WHOOPS, I GOT CARRIED AWAY THERE.
850-D Hora This chart is written for alto, tenor, bari, 2 trumpets, 2 bones (2nd is optional), and rhythm. There are fully orchestrated piano and drum parts if the client wants to use them. It is a medley of traditional songs for dancing the Hora and runs about 4.5 minutes, as follows: 
1. Havah Nagilah
2. Siman Tov
3. Tzena
4. Der Shtler Bulgar (After Johnny Mercer wrote lyrics for Martha Tilton with the Benny Goodman Orchestra, it was more commonly known as "When the Angels Sing."  This arrangement is based on the Ziggy Elman trumpet solo from the Dorsey recording so it may be a bit of a challenge for the trumpets).  Sample
754-J Hot Air
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet. An original composition from arranger Joe Cea. This starts out in a "quasi Rag" style, and then changes tempo-up and down,  changes meter-taking a turn as a jazz waltz, changes key, and eventually ends in 4/4. A great chart for a sax quartet to impress yourselves and an audience. 
 78-O HOW ARE THINGS IN GLOCAMORRA IF YOU HAVE ANY PRETEND IRISH TENORS IN THE AUDIENCE, PLAY THIS, THEY'LL THINK THEY KNOW THE TUNE AND THEN YOU'LL LEAVE THEM BEHIND. NICE ARR. OF THE SHOW TUNE.
 79-O HOW DEEP IS THE OCEAN ANOTHER ARRANGEMENT DONE SPECIFICALLY FOR KENTON. BUT THE CHARTS HAVE NEVER BEEN PUBLISHED. This arrangement was featured on Stan Kenton's "The Ballad Style of Kenton" album.
 335-W HOW GREAT THOU ART             VOCAL VOCAL. THESE ARE NICE TO HAVE IF YOU ARE DOING A CHURCH GIG.
910-L Hurts So Bad Little Anthony and the Imperials. Has a written trombone solo.
 336-W HOW LONG HAS THIS BEEN GOING ON    VOCAL INSTRUMENTAL OR VOCAL
 528-D I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE MEDIUM TEMPO-WITH SOLOS FOR THE TRUMPET, TENOR, AND PIANO. SAMPLE
 80-W I CAN'T GIVE YOU ANYTHING BUT LOVE EASY CHART. BUT THEY SOUND AS NICE AS YOU MAKE THEM
 81-O I COULD WRITE A BOOK THIS IS ONE GREAT CHART TO PLAY
 472-D Ida (Sweet as Apple Cider) MEDIUM TWO-BEAT TEMPO WITH A 6 BAR TRUMPET SOLO. SAMPLE
847-F Ida (Sweet as Apple Cider) A nice bouncy version of the old song for three saxes (AAT or ATT), two trumpets, trombone, and rhythm. The middle section features the saxes as a trio.  SAMPLE
 337-W I DON'T KNOW WHY I LOVE YOU LIKE I DO VOCAL AC-DC (GOES BOTH WAYS, INSTRUMENTAL OR VOCAL).
 82-T I DREAM OF YOU THESE ARE GREAT CHARTS, AND YOU WON'T RUN INTO ANYONE ELSE THAT HAS THEM.
 645-R I FEEL THE EARTH MOVE MEDIUM ROCK. ALTO, TRUMPET OR TENOR, PIANO AND BASS. A BONE CAN SUB FOR THE ALTO.
 84-W IF HE WALKED INTO MY LIFE TODAY  
 85-W IF YOU WERE THE ONLY GIRL  
 342-W I LEFT MY HEART IN SAN FRANCISCO   VOCAL  
 (
ALSO SEE "IN SAN FRANCISCO" BELOW)
 
842-D I'll Never Smile This terrific arrangement is in Eb and features a trumpet solo. Written for alto, tenor, bari, 2 trumpets, 1 bone (plus optional 2nd bone) and rhythm. The chart is a pretty strait-forward arrangement of the tune---nothing fancy---but decent changes. SAMPLE
 339-W I LOVE YOU  
 340-W I MARRIED AN ANGEL VOCAL AC-DC
 535-D I MAY BE WRONG A MEDLEY MAKER. SAMPLE
 341-W I'M BEGINNING TO SEE THE LIGHT  
 614-D I'M BEGINNING TO SEE THE LIGHT    VOCAL A VOCAL IN Eb. THIS WOULD ALSO MAKE A NICE PIANO FEATURE IF IT IS NOT USED AS A VOCAL. SAMPLE
 86-W I'M GETTIN' SENTIMENTAL OVER YOU NICE OLDER ARRANGEMENT. A LITTLE EASIER TO PLAY, BUT WORTH IT.
 87-T I'M GONNA WASH THAT MAN RIGHT OUT OF MY HAIR THIS IS FUN TO DO. PEOPLE THINK THEY KNOW THE SONG, THEN IT TAKES OFF & DOES SOME REAL INTERESTING JAZZY THINGS!
 343-W I'M IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE    VOCAL AC-DC
 88-W I'M NOBODY'S SWEETHEART NOW  
 560-BB I’M OLD FASHIONED A “-J” ARRANGEMENT.  THIS IS A BIG BAND SWING CHART WITH TRUMPET MELODY AND VOICED WITH SAXES.  IT HAS TRUMPET AND TENOR SOLOS.
 344-W IN A MELLOW TONE VOCAL A VERY NICE CHART. AC-DC.
 89-T IN A SENTIMENTAL MOOD WELL DONE ARR. ELLINGTON (WHOM I'VE MET) WOULD HAVE LOVED IT!
 709-S INDIANA (BACK HOME AGAIN IN) (standard S instrumentation) THE ARRANGEMENT OF THIS POPULAR STANDARD SWINGS FROM START TO FINISH. ENSEMBLE PASSAGES SOUND IMPROVISED. FAIRLY FAST. MODERATELY DIFFICULT. Key: F
 345-W IN MUNCHEN 
POLKA
I DON'T CARE WHAT ANYONE SAYS, I LOVE JAZZ, BUT POLKAS ARE FUN TO DO!
 90-T IN SAN FRANCISCO WELL DONE ARR. OF A SONG I HOPE I NEVER HAVE TO PLAY AGAIN THE REST OF MY LIFE.
 640-D IN THE MOOD WRITTEN FOR 1 ALTO, 2 TENORS, 2 TRUMPETS, BONE, AND RHYTHM. IT SOUNDS BEST WITH THAT INSTRUMENTATION, BUT YOU CAN REQUEST A LEAD TENOR IN LIEU OF THE ALTO. THIS FOLLOWS THE ORIGINAL RECORDING PRETTY CLOSELY, AND APPROXIMATIONS OF THE WELL KNOWN AD-LIB SOLOS ARE CUED. BRASS PARTS ALSO HAVE CUES FOR ALTERNATE VOICINGS IN A FEW SPOTS TO REDUCE THE HIGH REGISTER LOAD FOR THE LEAD TRUMPET. SAMPLE
 91-W IN THE MOOD THIS WAS DONE IN A DIFFERENT KEY FROM THE ORIGINAL. A LITTLE MORE PLAYABLE AND ALWAYS WELL RECEIVED
745-W IN THE MOOD Same as above but in the original key. Key:  Ab
 92-O INTERMISSION RIFF VERY NICE VERSION OF THIS TUNE DONE BY KENTON!!
911-L I Only Want to Be with You  The Dusty Springfield version arranged by Stephen Mangold. No solos
 274-RC I REMEMBER (STAN) THIS TUNE HAS THE NICEST MELODY YOU HAVE EVER HEARD. THIS ARR. IS FOR SMALLER COMBOS ,4 PIECES UP. IT FEATURES SAXES, AND HAS A NICE TRUMPET SOLO SECTION. SAMPLE
 274-RN I REMEMBER (STAN) SAME AS ABOVE BUT FOR 7 PIECES OR MORE. FEATURES PIANO, SAXES, AND HAS A NICE TRUMPET SOLO.
 274-BB I REMEMBER (STAN) AN "-R" ARRANGEMENT. A VERY BEAUTIFUL CHART. THIS HAS A SAX SECTION WITH A HINT OF THE OLD DAYS AND A MODERN TRUMPET SOLO SECTION. AND A VERY HAUNTING MELODY WITH A PIANO LEAD.
 346-W IS IT TRUE WHAT THEY SAY ABOUT DIXIE
VOCAL-DIXIE
NICE SLOW DIXIE STYLE CHART. FOR ALTO/CLARINET, TENOR OR SOPRANO, TRUMPET, AND PIANO.  THE BASS USES THE CHORDS ON THE PIANO PART.
 93-O ISN'T IT ROMANTIC A GREAT CHART. THE BEST OF THE WEST COAST STYLE.
 561-J ISN'T IT ROMANTIC
STRING QUARTET
FOR A STRING QUARTET.  THIS IS PERFECT FOR QUARTETS THAT WOULD LIKE TO ADD A JAZZ STANDARD TO THEIR REPERTOIRE..
 94-W IT DON'T MEAN A THING ELLINGTON BIG BAND TUNE REWRITTEN FOR COMBOS.
892-D It Had Better Be Tonight Also known as "Meglio Stasera," this is a samba written for 3 saxes (ATB, 2 trumpets, 2 bones (2nd optional) and rhythm. It is in Gm and features an ad-lib piano solo in the middle chorus. Pink Panther fans will recognize it as the tune sung in Italian and featured during the ski lodge scene.  SAMPLE
936-D It Had Better Be Tonight
Sax Quintet
Also known as "Meglio Stasera," this is a samba written for sax quintet (AATTB) and rhythm section. Features an ad-lib piano solo. Pink Panther fans will recognize it as the tune sung in Italian and featured during the ski lodge scene.
SAMPLE
 616-D IT HAD TO BE YOU 
VOCAL
THE VOCAL IS IN F, MODULATES TO Bb FOR AN ENSEMBLE CHORUS, THEN BACK TO F TO FINISH OUT THE VOCAL. THE FIRST VOCAL CHORUS IS BACKED BY BRASS IN CUP MUTES WHICH IS NOT REFLECTED IN THE MIDI SAMPLE. THE CLARINET NOODLING AROUND BEHIND THE FIRST VOCAL CHORUS CAN BE PLAYED AS WRITTEN OR AD-LIB. (Also available in the key of Eb.  Just specify which one you want when you order)  SAMPLE
 95-W IT HAD TO BE YOU CAN BE VOCAL
915-D It Might As Well Be Spring
Sax Quintet
A tenor sax feature written for saxophone quintet (AATTB) and rhythm section. Begins as a ballad, goes to an up-tempo middle section, and then returns to a ballad for the last chorus. Ends with tenor sax cadenzas. In Bb. A nice showcase for the tenor. 
121-R (It) Might As Well Be Spring PEOPLE LOVE TO DANCE TO THIS. TEMPO WORKS WELL FROM 80 TO 120
 508-R ITS GOT THAT SWING DIXIE AVERY FAMILIAR CHORD PROGRESSION IS THE BASIS FOR THIS TUNE. YOU WILL HAVE TO PLAY IT TO FIGURE IT OUT. DIXIE STYLE, BUT NOT OVERWHELMINGLY SO. SAMPLE
 530-D IT'S ONLY A PAPER MOON MEDIUM FOXTROT TEMPO. MEDLEY MAKER. PUT THIS WITH ANY OF THE OTHER MEDLEY MAKERS AND PUT TOGETHER SOME GREAT CHARTS. SAMPLE
 588-W IT'S THE TALK OF THE TOWN  
800-R It Was A Very Good Year This arrangement follows the original style, which had four 16 bar choruses with the same 4 bar interlude between each chorus. A different instrument has the solo lead for each of those choruses. The change of instruments for each chorus helps to take you through the "When I Was Seventeen", "When I Was Twenty-one", "When I Was Thirty-five", "And Now The Days Are Short" stages of this song. This is a very nice arrangement. Always goes over well with your audience. For:  Alto, tenor, tenor/bari (alternate to tenor), trump, bone and rhythm.  Key is F.
917-D Itsy Bitsy Teenie Weenie 
Yellow Polkadot Bikini
Sax Quintet
A novelty arrangement to have some fun with. It is obvious that the bari sax isn't taking the tune too seriously. Written for saxophone quintet (AATTB) with rhythm section. In Bb. SAMPLE  (This chart is a lot of fun but it is also very well written and great to play for the rest of the group while the bari player makes a fool of himself.)
 624-J I'VE GOT IT BAD & THAT AIN'T GOOD 
PIANO SOLO
A PIANO SOLO CHART.
 338-W I'VE GOT IT BAD & THAT AIN'T GOOD A WONDERFUL ELLINGTON CHART. FAIRLY EASY, BUT A LOT CAN BE DONE WITH IT.
 96-O I'VE FOUND A NEW BABY WONDERFUL SAX INTRO. THE REST IS NICE ALSO.
 97-T I'VE GOT IT BAD THIS ONE IS ALWAYS LIKED.
387-R I Want A Sunday Kind of Love A Louis Prima tune in the Louis Prima Style. A very fascinating arrangement of this classic bluesy piece. The lead is in the alto and trumpet with the tenor playing a subtle but quite interesting counter-melody. For alto, tenor, trumpet, bone (can be dropped), and rhythm. Has an open middle chorus for solos or you could probably make it work as a vocal if your feeling a little like Keeley Smith. God!...All these old names I am dropping  makes me feel like a dinosaur. If you recognize them then you're a dino too!
 646-R I WRITE THE SONGS SLOW ROCK BALLAD. FOR ALTO, TENOR, PIANO, AND RHYTHM. A BONE CAN SUB FOR THE ALTO.
 347-W JALOUSIE LATIN/TANGO
944-R Jamaican Farewell Written for alto, tenor, trumpet, and rhythm. All 3 horns have the lead at one time or another and there is also a lead for guitar (the guitar can be dropped and the lead go to the tenor). Rhythm is very much a part of this arrangement. A great song done in the Belafonte-Jamaican rhythm and style.
 348-W Jambalaya  
942-R Jambalaya Hank Williams never did it like this! But he would if he could. Jazzy interpretation of a great country classic. The 3 horns all have the melody at one time or another, along with some ensemble work and interesting changes for the rhythm section, and a really cool ending! A great complement to your gig portfolio.
 623-D JERSEY BOUNCE THIS GREAT ARRANGEMENT FEATURES A FULL CHORUS AD-LIB PIANO SOLO. THE LAST CHORUS SWINGS HARD. THIS IS A ROCKIN' CHART. SAMPLE
 623-DD JERSEY BOUNCE SAME AS ABOVE ONLY FOR 1 TRUMPET, ALTO/TENOR , TENOR, AND RHYTHM. THE BONE IS OPTIONAL.
765-D Jersey Bounce   
Sax Quintet
For a saxophone quintet.  Otherwise SAA only the solo is in the saxes. Scored for: AATTB+Rhythm
888-D Jingle Bells This is a direct quote from the arranger; "I think it is a decent chart, but I'm all out of inspiration for writing a blurb". Well…You listen to the sample and I know you will agree that his quote is one of the biggest understatements heard in a long time. This is more than decent...This is a great chart! If it has to be Jingle Bells then this is the arrangement for you with out a doubt. Written for 3 saxes (ATB), 2 trumpets, 2 trombones (2nd optional), rhythm. Starts in Bb and goes to C for the last chorus. Short (8-bar) ad-lib solos for tenor, trumpet, trombone, and piano.  SAMPLE
896-D Jingle Bells
Sax Quintet
Saxophone Quintet.  AATTB with rhythm section. Ad-lib solos for alto, tenor, bari, and piano. Starts in "F" and goes to "G" for the last chorus.   SAMPLE
755-R Jingle Bells? One of the better Christmas tunes you will find. It really rocks, I mean it moves. It is Jingle Bells but there is some fun with a little bit of rhumba in the middle and a very Muppet ending. For clarinet, tenor, bari (or bone), trumpet, piano and rhythm.  SAMPLE
 98-R Jingled Bells     
DIXIE

DIXIELAND STYLE X-MAS TUNE A LITTLE DIFFICULT BUT WORTH IT. SAMPLE

 473-D JOHNSON RAG UP-TEMPO AND SWINGS HARD, BUT IS NOT DIFFICULT TO PLAY. THERE ARE SHORT SOLOS FOR TENOR, TRUMPET, PIANO, AND BASS. A HOT CHART! SAMPLE
 99-W JOHNSON RAG EASY TO PLAY, EASY TO STYLE, AND EASY TO MAKE INTO A LOT OF FUN.
 519-BB JOHNSON RAG A LA THE BLUE BARRON, OR SAMMY KAYE. DONE BY THE SAME ARRANGER THAT DOES ALL THE "-O" CHARTS.
 475-D JUMPIN' AT THE TIP-TOP BAR ANOTHER ORIGINAL. BASED ON STANDARD TWELVE-BAR BLUES CHANGES. SWINGS NICELY WITH AD-LIB SOLOS FOR TRUMPET AND TENOR. SAMPLE
 476-BB JUMPIN' AT THE TIP-TOP BAR A "-D" CHART. SAME AS ABOVE ONLY WITH BIG BAND INSTRUMENTATION. AN OUTSTANDING CHART. SAMPLE
 630-R JUMP, JIVE, AND WAIL FOR TRUMPET, BONE, ALTO, TENOR, BARI, PIANO, AND RHYTHM. THIS REALLY ROCKS IN THE BRIAN SETZER STYLE. ALSO IN THE LOUIS PRIMA STYLE. IT'S SHORT BUT CAN BE REPEATED AS OFTEN AS NEEDED.
 562-J       JUNGLE BOOGIE    VOCAL  GREAT CHART FOR A ROCK GROUP WITH TRUMPET, BONE, ALTO AND OPTIONAL BARI. ALSO RHYTHM (BASS/CLARINET).
 100-W JUST A CLOSER WALK WITH THEE TRADITIONAL NEW ORLEANS STYLE. VERY SLOW FIRST 16 BARS WITH A JUMP INTO DOUBLE TIME. FUN!!
 101-O JUST A FEW THIS ONE OF THOSE CHARTS THAT YOU MAY NOT RECOGNIZE THE NAME. BUT YOU'LL LOVE NEVERTHELESS!
 102-W JUST FRIENDS  
 563-J JUST THE WAY YOU ARE A BOSSA CHART FOR TRUMPET, ALTO, BARI, BONE, AND RHYTHM, WITH A TENOR SOLO.
 564-J JUST THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT FOR TRUMPET, TENOR, BARI, BONE AND RHYTHM.
 565-BB JUST THE WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT A "-J" ARRANGEMENT AND A TRUMPET FEATURE.
 672-D Kansas City LOW-DOWN BLUES (IN Eb) A LA 12TH ST. AND VINE. AD-LIB SOLOS FOR PIANO, TRUMPET, AND BONE, BUT ARE CUED SO THEY CAN BE USED WITHOUT THE BONE AND 2nd TRUMPET PARTS. THIS ONE HAS A COMPLETELY SCORED PIANO PART THAT CAN BE PLAYED AS WRITTEN OR IGNORED BY YOUR PIANO PLAYER. SAMPLE
748-D Kansas City Same as above but in an octet version. SAMPLE  
881-BB Kansas City A "-D" arrangement. This is similar to #672-D but scored for big-band 5/4/4/3.  SAMPLE  
787-R Kermie 
(Rainbow Connection)  
Waltz
Waltz . A very nice arrangement of a wonderful tune. Great harmonies in the horns and  nice counter melodies when not playing the lead. Everyone takes a turn in this one.  For clarinet, tenor, bone/bari, trumpet, piano and rhythm.
 277-R KING GEORGE 
DIXIE
A DIXIE PIECE NOT OFTEN HEARD, BUT A GREAT PIECE. THE INSTRUMENTATION ON THIS PIECE IS NOT THE "-R" STANDARD INSTRUMENTATION.  FOR:  CLARINET, TRUMPET, TROMBONE, PIANO, AND RHYTHM.   SAMPLE
934-R King of the Road You can't beat Roger Miller. Alto has the lead first, followed by the trumpet with a lead chorus in the guitar. The bari comps all of the way through the piece. Written for alto, bari, trumpet, and rhythm.  Can be had with a tenor or bone part also.
 507-R LADYBIRD THIS IS FOR A 3 HORN COMBO PLUS RHYTHM. THIS (AND THE CHART BELOW) WAS DONE BY A VERY GOOD TROMBONE PLAYER/ARRANGER. (I THINK THAT'S AN OXYMORON!) HIS CHARTS ARE ALWAYS WELL RECEIVED.
 509-R LADYBUG 
VOCAL
AC-DC A NEAT CHART THAT CAN BE DONE AS A VOCAL OR INSTRUMENTAL, WITH A 2nd CHORUS SOLO SECTION. A VERY NICE CHART WITH A VERY NICE MELODY!
890-R The Lady Is A Tramp This is one of those arrangements that sometimes come out better than you imagined it would. Great fun for the audience and for the band. The arrangement uses three choruses in which each horn has a solo lead, then ad lib solo, and then the ensemble, and followed by a solo lead out. Very interesting. Of course the solo sections can be farmed out to anyone. For alto, bari (we can make this a tenor or bone if you like), trumpet and rhythm. In Eb.
 691-D The Lady Is A Tramp A NICE DANCEABLE MEDIUM SWING TEMPO. CAN BE USED WITHOUT THE BONE AND 2nd TRUMPET. SOLOS FOR 1st TENOR AND BONE (cued in 1st trumpet.) IN Eb. Editor comment: You will note that I am not making any glowing comments about the arranger of this chart. His head is getting to big and he is wanting more money for all of the wonderful arrangements that he does.
 506-BB LAMENT A J. J. JOHNSON BALLAD ARRANGED AS A TROMBONE FEATURE. THIS TAKES A LEAD BONE PLAYER WHO CAN REALLY IMPROVISE. A GOOD CHART FOR A CHOPS BREAK FOR THE TRUMPETS.
 349-W LASSUS TROMBONE A GREAT TROMBONE FEATURE ARRANGED FOR COMBOS.
 480-D LAST SET-MEDLEY BALLADS-"ONE FOR MY BABY", "THE PARTY'S OVER" (FEATURES BONE), AND "THANKS FOR THE MEMORY" (HAS A PIANO SOLO ON THE BRIDGE, OR AS SOME WOULD SAY ON THE RELEASE). SAMPLE
 537-D LAURA      
OCTET
WRITTEN FOR TRUMPET, ALTO, TENOR 1, TENOR 2, OR BONE (BOTH PARTS INCLUDED), BARI, PIANO, BASS, AND DRUMS. THIS IS JAZZ, NOT SWING. SAMPLE
 809-D LAURA 
SAX
QUINTET
Saxophone Quintet.  537-D WAS RE-SCORED FOR 5 SAXES (AATTB) AND RHYTHM SECTION.  FEATURE YOUR SAX SECTION AND GIVE THE BRASS A CHOPS BREAK ON THE NEXT BIG-BAND GIG.  NICE CHORD CHANGES WITH THE LEAD ALTO STARRING.  SAMPLE
 664-BB LAURA A BIG BAND VERSION IN Am OF THE CHART BY THE "-D" ARRANGER. IT STARTED ITS LIFE AS AN OCTET PIECE. FEATURES THE LEAD ALTO AND THE SAX SECTION, AND WHAT THE ARRANGER CALLS SOME QUASI-FANFARES HERE AND THERE. ALSO A NICE "KENTONISH" TROMBONE SOLI. SAMPLE
 103-T LAURA AN OLD MELODY WITH A NEW ARRANGEMENT. VERY GOOD!
 540-D LA VIE EN ROSE I HAVE HEARD THIS PLAYED BY BOTH DIANA KRALL AND CHUCK MANGIONE. THIS IS A NICE CHART. SAMPLE
845-R Lazy Bones The style of this Hoagy Carmichael tune loosely follows that of the way Leon Redbone covered this piece. No vocal though. Well it can be a vocal if you use the middle chorus for that. Would work just fine. A little blues, a little swing, a little Dixie, a little of everything going on in this chart that blends together to make a very nice arrangement! In "C". For clarinet, bari or bone, trumpet, and rhythm. We can add a tenor part if you wish. 
 104-W LAZY RIVER PRETTY NICE HOAGY CARMICHAEL CHART.
 350-W LET ME CALL YOU SWEETHEART  
 698-J Let there Be Peace On Earth     VIOLIN QUARTET  A quite nice arrangement for 4 violins.
 105-R LIBERTY AMERICA EVERYBODY STAND FOR THIS ONE. A MEDLEY OF BATTLE HYMN, GOD BLESS AMERICA, WITH A LITTLE DIXIE THROWN IN. SUPER ENDING.
 351-W LIDA ROSE  
 352-W LIECHTENSTEINER POLKA  
912-L Lightnin' Strikes Lou Christie. There are no solos
 566-J LIKE SOMEONE IN LOVE   STRING QUARTET FOR A STRING QUARTET.
 567-J LIKE SOMEONE IN LOVE A CLARINET SOLO CHART WITH STRING BACKGROUND, PLUS RHYTHM.  THE CLARINET HAS THE MELODY AND JAZZ CHORDS.
 531-D LI'L DARLIN' THIS IS THE NEAL HEFTI TUNE, NOT THE OTHER (UGH) THING. SLOW TEMPO. MEDLEY MAKER. ALSO AVAILABLE FOR JAZZ OCTET (ALTO, TENOR, BARI, TRUMPET, BONE, AND RHYTHM). An optional 2nd tenor part is included to replace the bone if you like . SAMPLE
 106-W LIMEHOUSE BLUES I LOVE PLAYING THIS ARRANGEMENT!
 107-O LINDA WEST COAST JAZZ STYLE WITH A COOL SOLO SECTION.
913-L Linus and Lucy Vince Guaraldi. Has a written alto solo.
849-CB Little Fugue in G Minor An "-F" arrangement.  The famous Bach fugue arranged for a concert band. Difficult grade 3 or easy grade 4. A good way to teach your students what a fugue is, is to play one. Percussion is for snare, bass, cymbals, glockenspiel, xylophone, and 3-4 pedal timpani. SAMPLE
914-L The Lonely Bull Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass. No solos but this is a nice trumpet feature.
962-M Lone Jack Knob Noster
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet.  "The Rolling Road to Ragtime," by Jack Rummel, SATB/AATB. A rollicking folk rag named for Jack's favorite section of US 50 in the green rolling hills of northwestern Missouri between the towns of Lone Jack to the west and Knob Noster to the east. A great rag that allows each horn to shine in its own sections. Keys F/Bb 
 353-W LONG AGO AND FAR AWAY   VOCAL NICE CHART. HAS SOME CLARINET WORK IN IT THAT CAN BE DONE ON THE TENOR.
 568-BB (The) LOOK OF LOVE A "-J" ARRANGEMENT.  A LATIN/BOSSA PIECE WITH A TROMBONE SOLO. FOR 4 BONES, 4 FLUTES, 4 FLUGEL HORNS, STRINGS, KEYBOARD, BASS, AND DRUMS. 
 647-R (The) LOOK OF LOVE LATIN/BOSSA/ROCK. FOR ALTO, TENOR, PIANO, AND RHYTHM. A BONE CAN BE SUBBED FOR THE ALTO..
 108-O LOTUS BUD THIS CHART LIKE A LOT OF THE OTHER "-O"s, WAS PLAYED BY SHORTY ROGERS
 354-W LOUELLA    DIXIE Dixieland style.
 252-R LOVE FOR SALE REPEAT SECTION FOR CHORUSES, VERY PLAYABLE LETS YOU BE THE STAR
 569-J LOVE IS A MANY SPLENDORED THING TROMBONE QUARTET FOR A TROMBONE QUARTET.
 710-S Love Letters THIS ARRANGEMENT IS MODELED AFTER A BEAUTIFUL RECORDING BY JIMMY GIUFFRE. PARTS FOR RHYTHM SECTION AND FOUR HORNS: (1) TRUMPET OR ALTO, (2) ALTO, (3) TENOR, AND (4) TROMBONE OR BARI SAX. LINEAR WRITING: EACH HORN HAS ITS OWN LINE AND SEGMENT OF THE MELODY. VERY SLOW BALLAD - A MOOD PIECE. MODERATELY DIFFICULT. Key: C
 711-S Love Letters 
Sax Quartet
SAXOPHONE QUARTET.  THIS ARRANGEMENT IS MODELED AFTER A BEAUTIFUL RECORDING BY JIMMY GIUFFRE. PARTS FOR RHYTHM SECTION AND SAX QUARTET (SATB OR AATB). LINEAR WRITING: EACH SAX HAS ITS OWN LINE AND SEGMENT OF THE MELODY. VERY SLOW BALLAD - A MOOD PIECE. MODERATELY DIFFICULT. Key: C
874-D Love Nest The tune, from the 1920 Broadway musical, "Mary," is best known as the theme song for the George Burns and Gracie Allen shows.  The arrangement is in Eb and written for 3 saxes (ATB), 2 trumpets, 2 bones (2nd optional), and rhythm. It features an ad-lib solo by the tenor sax and a nice danceable swing tempo.  SAMPLE
875-BB Love Nest A "-D" arrangement.  Same as above--only this arrangement is a big-band version, in Eb, and written for 5/4/4/3. It features an ad-lib solo by the tenor sax and a nice danceable swing tempo.  SAMPLE
 667-D Love Me Tender VERY EASY TO PLAY ARRANGEMENT OF THIS ELVIS BALLAD. 1st TENOR NEEDS CLARINET. NO SOLOS. STARTS IN "C" AND MODULATES TO Db NEAR THE END. SAMPLE
 109-BB Love Music AN "-O"ARRANGEMENT. A GOOD, EASY, FUN CHART TO PLAY. BASICALLY JUST AN INTRO-CHORUS-THEN RIDE CHORUSES TO FEATURE AS MANY SOLOISTS AS YOU'D LIKE. THEN OUT! A GOOD CHART FOR YOUNG GROUPS-OR ANY GROUP THAT WANTS TO DEVELOP IMPROVISING SKILLS! A 5/4/4+ RHYTHM CHART THAT CAN BE DONE WITH SMALLER-3/2/2+ RHYTHM INSTRUMENTATION. YOU WON'T FIND ANY NICER ARRANGEMENT THAN THIS ONE
882-R Love Potion #9 Yeah!…It's that Herb Alpert thing, only this one is for a 3 or 4 horn combo. The alto and trumpet trade the leads while the bari or bone plays a little nice rhythm counter-harmony. There are also some very nice piano solo interludes. For alto, tenor (can be dropped), bari or bone, and rhythm. 
 25-O (The Lullaby Of) BIRDLAND SHEARINGS' TUNE DONE IN A GREAT ARR. REALLY NICE COUNTER MELODY IN THE SAX SECTION! HAS SOLO SECTION FOR TRUMPET & TENOR!
 25-SQ (The Lullaby Of) BIRDLAND SAME AS ABOVE, BUT FOR A SAX QUARTET OR QUINTET. CAN BE DONE WITH OR WITHOUT RHYTHM.
 661-D  Lullaby of Birdland THIS CHART NEEDS THE TROMBONE AND 2nd TRUMPET. SHORT AD-LIB SOLOS FOR 2nd TENOR, 2nd TRUMPET, AND BONE. CLARINET REQUIRED FOR THE 1st TENOR. NOTHING HEAVY HANDED, JUST NICE LIGHT SWING. SAMPLE  
897-D Lullaby of Birdland
Sax Quintet
Saxophone Quintet.  AATTB with rhythm section. It has a clarinet lead in the 1st alto part for most of the chart. There are short ad-lib solos for all five of the reed players. In Bb.  SAMPLE
 297-T LULLABY OF BIRDLAND        A VERY NICE CHART DONE BY A VERY EXCITING ARRANGER.  DONE FOR 3 HORNS (TENOR, BONE, TRUMPET), AND RHYTHM.  WE ALSO HAVE  “ALL THE THINGS YOU ARE”,  A BONE QUINTET CHART BY THE SAME ARRANGER.
 607-BB LUSH LIFE   VOCAL A "-J" ARRANGEMENT.  A VOCAL FOR 2 FLUTES, 2 CLARINETS, 8 BRASS, AND RHYTHM.
 355-W MACARENA I DON'T KNOW WHY I LIST THIS ONE. I SHOULD JUST BURN THE CHARTS! NO RHYTHM PARTS ON THIS ONE, BUT WHO NEEDS THEM, THE RHYTHM SECTION ALWAYS GOES ITS' OWN WAY ANYWAY!
 110-W MACK MACK THE KNIFE.
 526-T MACK A lot jazzier version of a the great tune "Mack The Knife", that has been overdone in many other venues.  But not this time.  It has a wonderful intro followed by a 3 horn chorus with a bridge full of syncopation that works so well it is hard to believe. It also has an open middle chorus for solos if you wish.  A great arrangement!
940-R Make the World Go Away Eddy Arnold made this one famous as a pop/country classic. We have done it as a instrumental with the tenor comping the alto lead, comping the trump lead, and then the tenor takes the lead while the alto comps. Nicely done arrangement. For alto, tenor, trump and rhythm.
 741-D Makin' Whoopee! Medium tempo. Just right for dancing. Features a piano solo and can be used without the trombone and 2nd trumpet. In F.  SAMPLE
 111-O MAMA INEZ GREAT JAZZY CHART-WELL LIKED
 112-T MAME THE GREAT OLD SHOW TUNE DONE WITH A MORE MODERN JAZZ FLAIR.
 648-R MAÑANA LATIN/SAMBA. FOR ALTO, TENOR OR TRUMPET, PIANO AND RHYTHM. A BONE CAN BE SUBBED FOR THE ALTO.
932-R The Man I Love A very fine arrangement from the 1927 play "Strike up the Band" by George Gershwin, made popular by Helen Morgan and Billie Holliday. Ella Fitzgerald made a hit out of it in 1959. Ira Gershwin was quoted as saying "I didn't realize how good our songs were until Ella sang them." This arrangement uses the alto as lead in the first chorus, the trumpet in the second and the Bari (or bone) with the lead out. For the bridge it uses a horn ensemble. For alto, trumpet, bari (or bone, or tenor if you want), and rhythm. The piano and bass have a very nice rhythm part to complement the horns. 
 113-O MAN WITH A HORN IF YOUR TRUMPET PLAYER LIKES TO STAND OUT (AND DON'T THEY ALL) THIS IS A NICE FEATURE
868-M March Irresistible
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet. An early 20th century march by Asa Huycke. Commissioned by the Royal City Saxophone Quartet, and premiered by them on October 1, 2006, in Peterborough, Ontario, home of Asa Huycke. Scored for SATB or AATB. Keys: Eb/Ab SAMPLE  Ed:  Go on---Listen to the sample.  If you do not already have a sax quartet, then you will want to start one.  Especially if you are a bone player!
 358-R MARCH TO THE MOVIES
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NICE CHART TO PLAY BEFORE A BREAK. THE TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX FANFARE.  Ed:  If you buy one of the T.V. Madness arrangements you get the March to the Movies fanfare for free!  Actually that is the only way you can get it now.
 114-T MARIA ANOTHER ONE OF THOSE WHERE PEOPLE THINK THEY KNOW THE SONG, THEN IT TAKES OFF AND DOES SOME REAL INTERESTING THINGS.
 356-W MARIE      Vocal VOCAL ONLY
 357-W MARIE INSTRUMENTAL
 689-D THE MARINES HYMN SERVICE SONGS OF THE UNITED STATES MILITARY THIS MEDLEY INCLUDES CEREMONIAL "RUFFLES AND FLOURISHES," "THE ARMY GOES ROLLING ALONG," "THE MARINES HYMN," "ANCHORS AWEIGH," "THE AIR FORCE SONG," AND "SEMPER PARATAS" (COAST GUARD). ARRANGED FOR CLARINET, 2 TENORS, 2 TRUMPETS, TROMBONE, AND RHYTHM SECTION; BUT CAN BE PLAYED WITH JUST ABOUT ANY COMBINATION OF INSTRUMENTS. THEY WILL WORK WITH A 3-HORN MINIMUM INSTRUMENTATION OF CLARINET, TRUMPET, TENOR OR TROMBONE, AND RHYTHM. THE SONGS ARE PRESENTED IN OFFICIAL DOD ORDER, BUT THEY CAN BE PLAYED IN ANY ORDER OR INDIVIDUALLY BECAUSE EACH SONG IS INTRODUCED WITH A SHORT DRUM CADENCE. A GREAT OPENER FOR GIGS INVOLVING VETERANS, ACTIVE MILITARY, AND PATRIOTIC ORGANIZATIONS. MARCHING BAND STYLE--NOT FOR DANCING.SAMPLE
 115-O MARTIANS COME BACK THIS CHART WAS DONE FOR & PLAYED BY SHORTY ROGERS. UP TEMPO.
 116-O MARTIAN'S LULLABY A VERY ZANY, AND VERY INTERESTING, AND FUN CHART. GREAT PIANO PART.
 520-BB MARTIAN'S LULLABY AN "-O"ARRANGEMENT. SAME AS ABOVE, ONLY FOR BIG BAND.
 359-W MAY THE GOOD LORD BLESS AND KEEP YOU JESUS WHAT A LONG TITLE. OOPS, SORRY A LITTLE SLIP THERE. IF YOU PLAY A CHURCH GIG YOU NEED A FEW OF THESE.
 360-W ME AND MY SHADOW  
 649-R MEDITATION LATIN/BOSSA-NOVA. FOR ALTO, TENOR, BONE, TRUMPET, PIANO, AND RHYTHM. TENORS CAN BE SUBBED FOR THE BONE AND TRUMPET.
 570-J MEDITATION A LATIN/BOSSA CHART. WRITTEN FOR ALTO, TENOR, BONE, TRUMPET, BASS, PIANO, AND DRUMS. HAS BONE AND PIANO SOLOS.
 117-W MEDITATION LATIN/BOSSA. NICE JOBIM ARR.
 477-D MEDLEY-ALWAYS, ETC. STRAIGHT FORWARD MEDLEY OF TRADITIONAL WALTZES WITH NO SOLOS. "ALWAYS", "TOGETHER", "CAROLINA MOON", AND "I LOVE YOU TRULY". SAMPLE
 525-BB MEDLEY-ALWAYS, ETC. A "-D" CHART. THE SAME TUNES AS ABOVE, BUT AN ENTIRELY DIFFERENT ARRANGEMENT. THIS CHART WAS DONE STRICTLY FOR DANCING--NOTHING FANCY--AND EASY TO PLAY. HAS LEAD CLARINET, GLENN MILLER STYLE, IN THE BARI SAX PART. SOLOS FOR 1st TROMBONE AND 1st TENOR. SAMPLE
 478-D MEDLEY-ELMER'S TUNE, ETC. INCLUDES MEDIUM FOXTROTS, "ELMER'S TUNE", "YOU WERE MEANT FOR ME", AND "MY HEART STOOD STILL". SHORT SOLOS FOR TRUMPET AND PIANO. SAMPLE
798-R Medley-50's Rock This arrangement is played pretty straight. Nothing very Jazzy, but has some nice harmonies. This piece has a very nice blues piano interlude in between choruses. Basic chord progressions (with some subtle (Heh! Heh!) modifications). Our audiences are getting older so throwing in a little old-time rock doesn't hurt. Includes: Silhouette, You Send Me, Oh! Donna, Oldies But Goodies, etc  SAMPLE
 479-D MEDLEY-HANK WILLIAMS INCLUDES "HEY GOOD LOOKIN'", "YOUR CHEATIN' HEART", AND "COLD COLD HEART". TRUMPET AND PIANO SOLOS ON SECOND CHORUS OF "CHEATIN, HEART". SAMPLE
 480-D MEDLEY-LAST SET BALLADS-"ONE FOR MY BABY", "THE PARTY'S OVER" (FEATURES BONE), AND "THANKS FOR THE MEMORY" (HAS A PIANO SOLO ON THE BRIDGE, OR AS SOME WOULD SAY ON THE RELEASE). SAMPLE
 481-D MEDLEY-PEG O' MY HEART, ETC. SORT OF IRISH ORIENTED BALLADS. "PEG O' MY HEART, "LAVENDER BLUE", AND "HOW ARE THINGS IN GLOCAMORRA". THE 1st TENOR PART REQUIRES A CLARINET. SAMPLE
173-R Medley-RixDixie
Dixie
Dixieland.  If you like Dixie, you'll love this.  It really rolls.  Three different tunes up-tempo swing, laid-back blues, and then up-tempo for finish.  The lead goes back and forth between all instruments.  Clarinet, Bari or bone, trumpet, and rhythm. SAMPLE
 482-D MEDLEY-TALK OF THE TOWN-ETC. BALLADS. "TALK OF THE TOWN", "LITTLE THINGS MEAN A LOT", AND "BECAUSE OF YOU". SAMPLE
 483-D MEDLEY-YOUNG AT HEART, ETC. SLOW '50s BALLADS. "YOUNG AT HEART", AND "MOMENTS TO REMEMBER". CLARINET IS REQUIRED IN THE 1st TENOR, AND THERE ARE SHORT SOLOS FOR THE TENOR AND TRUMPET. SAMPLE
 118-W MELANCHOLY BABY  
 331-W MELODY OF LOVE  
 361-W MEMORIES OF YOU WALTZ  
 362-W MEMORIES OF YOU 4/4  
749-M The Memphis Blues (1912)
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet.  The cover of the original piano score says that this is a "Southern Rag" but only parts of it have a "ragtime" feel to it. The blues title is really more descriptive. After a brief intro led by the alto, I gave the bari the melody in the first section, since it rarely gets the spotlight. But don't worry, everyone gets a chance later, including a short solo. This arrangement isn't too difficult and could be played by a good high school group. Scored for SATB or AATB. Keys: F/Bb  SAMPLE
 363-R MICHELLE I REALLY LIKE THIS ARRANGEMENT. I SHOULD, I DID IT. NOTHING EXTRAORDINARY, JUST A NICE PLAYABLE CHART.
 119-O MICKEY MOUSE GREAT JAZZY CHART-WELL LIKED. TEMPO 120. THIS WAS ORIGINALLY DONE AS AN EXERCISE TO SEE HOW WELL THIS POPULAR TUNE COULD BE HIDDEN IN AN ARRANGEMENT. IT IS A REAL CROWD PLEASER, JUST ASK THEM TO LISTEN AND THEN YELL OUT WHEN THEY IDENTIFY THE SONG. EVERYONE LIKES TO GET INVOLVED! PEOPLE LOVE A SWING DISNEY TUNE.  
797-R MM March

DIXIE

Dixieland.  This makes a nice opener. A little traditional Mickey with a little Traditional Jazz thrown in. A march to the drums intro and then some very nice jazzy chord progressions. This will get their attention!  SAMPLE
 120-O MIDNITE SUN THE ARRANGER OF THE "O" CHARTS DOES SOME OUTSTANDING STUFF!
 122-O MIKE'S PEAK THESE ARE SERIOUS ARRANGEMENTS WITH A LITTLE SENSE OF HUMOR THROWN IN. (NOTE THE TITLE)
 123-W MISSISSIPPI MUD   DIXIE DIXIELAND STYLE-CAN USE BARI OR BONE, OR 2 CLARINETS!
 699-BB Miss Llen and Me An original jazz ballad by the "-D" arranger. A very nice stage band chart, but also danceable. Soli by the sax and trombone sections are featured. There are no solos. The last chorus builds to a no-holds-barred Kentonesque pot boiler. The arranger says that your brass sections can't suck on their horns on this one---they have to BLOW! The MIDI sample doesn't do it justice, but if you listen to the MP3 you'll buy the chart. SAMPLE
 430-W MISSOURI WALTZ  
 124-T  Misty  NEAT CHART.  WE ALL LOVE TO PLAY THIS ONE.
 851-D  Misty Written for 3 saxes (ATB), 2 trumpets, 2 bones (2nd is optional), and rhythm. Features the alto sax, with no other solos. Starts in Eb and goes to Ab for the final chorus.  SAMPLE
 629-R  Misty THIS IS A TENOR FEATURE. NICELY DONE. THIS COULD BE A TRUMPET FEATURE JUST AS WELL. TRUMPET, ALTO TENOR, BONE, BARI, & RHYTHM. THE BONE AND BARI CAN BE LEFT OUT.!
 126-O MISTY VERY, VERY NICE ARR. CAN BE DONE WITH 3 TO 5 OR 6 HORNS PLUS RHYTHM. ALSO AVAILABLE FOR A SAX QUARTET OR QUINTET.  Key: Eb
 126-SQ MISTY SAME AS ABOVE...ONLY FOR A SAX QUARTET OR QUINTET. CAN BE PLAYED WITH OR WITHOUT RHYTHM AND HAS AN AD-LIB SOLO SECTION.
 364-W MISTY A LITTLE EASIER THAN THE OTHERS. NEVERTHELESS A FINE CHART.
 712-S (The) MOOCHE  (standard S instrumentation) THIS ARRANGEMENT OF THE CLASSIC DUKE ELLINGTON TUNE TAKES US BACK TO THE EARLY SWING ERA. MEDIUM TEMPO. FAIRLY EASY. Key: Cm
 127-O MOOD INDIGO I KNOW I KEEP SAYING IT, BUT IF YOU HAVE THE PERSONNEL, THESE ARE WONDERFUL CHARTS
 365-W MOOD INDIGO  
790-D Moondance Another outstanding arrangement by the world famous Dick Brodfuehrer, the "-D" arranger. We have had more positive feed-back for this arranger  than any of the others.  And that…Gulp!... includes me (the "-R" arranger). Though my stuff is pretty terrific. SAMPLE
898-D Moondance
  Sax Quintet
Saxophone Quintet. AATTB with rhythm section. No solos except for a piano intro. In C  SAMPLE
 503-D MOON GLOW A BALLAD THAT FLOWS NICELY. A MEDLEY MAKER. SAMPLE
 128-T MOON GLOW THIS MELODY HAS BEEN AROUND A WHILE. BUT THIS ARRANGEMENT HAS NOT. HOT!!
 571-J MOON RIVER   WALTZ WALTZ FOR TRUMPET, TENOR, BONE, AND RHYTHM, WITH A TENOR SOLO.
 572-J MOON RIVER 
 STRING QUARTET
FOR A STRING QUARTET. NOT BEING A STRING PLAYER I HAD A QUARTET TRY THESE CHARTS OUT. THEY ENDED UP TAKING THEM ALL. THEY WERE VERY WELL LIKED!
 129-W MOON RIVER WALTZ
 484-D MOONLIGHT IN VERMONT FEATURES TRUMPET AND TENOR SOLOS WITH SOMEWHAT MODERN BACKGROUND VOICINGS. THIS IS SLOW, UNCOMPLICATED, AND EASY TO PLAY. ALSO AVAILABLE FOR JAZZ OCTET (ALTO, TENOR, BARI, TRUMPET, BONE, AND RHYTHM). SAMPLE
899-D Moonlight In Vermont
  Sax Quintet
Saxophone Quintet.  AATTB with rhythm section. Ad-lib solos for alto and tenor. In Eb.  SAMPLE
 366-W MOONLIGHT IN VERMONT  
 130-W MOONLIGHT SERENADE EASY TO PLAY, BUT A NICE SOUNDING ARR.
 131-T MOONLIGHT SERENADE A LITTLE MORE FUN THAN THE PREVIOUS ONE. AND FUN IS WHAT IT'S ALL ABOUT.
 132-T MOONLITE A REALLY NICE BALLAD.
 736-M Moose Rag
  Sax Quartet
Sax Quartet-- I found this rag on a public-domain music site on the internet and downloaded it purely because of its name and the cover, which I have included. I was later pleasantly surprised to find that it was a decent piece! This arrangement gives both the Tenor and Bari a chance to play lyrical melodies, and the Bari plays a “walking bass” during much of the final section. Scored for SATB or AATB. Bass Sax can replace the Bari. 
Key: C/F/Bb  SAMPLE
 368-W MORE LATIN/RHUMBA. I LIKE PLAYING THIS ARRANGEMENT. SOME SWEET CLARINET WORK ALONG WITH TRUMPET. OF COURSE THE TENOR CAN DO THE CLARINET PART.
 133-W MORE THAN YOU KNOW  
 134-O MORPO DONE FOR AND PLAYED BY SHORTY ROGERS. UP TEMPO.
903-D Mr. Lucky A vocal arrangement in F for alto or baritone. Also an ad-lib tenor sax solo. Written for 3 saxes (ATB), 2 trumpets, 2 bones (2nd optional), and rhythm. SAMPLE
 291-SQ Mr. Lucky A GREAT ARRANGEMENT DONE FOR A SAX QUARTET OR QUINTET. CAN ALSO BE HAD AS A BRASS PIECE. WORKS WELL, WITH OR WITHOUT RHYTHM.
865-R The Muppet Show The Muppet Show theme done as a Fan-Fare. Short but fun! The chorus can be repeated to make it longer. A great way to start off your gig! Starts with the trumpet fan-fare, with bari or bone in the background, then the clarinet doing its thing, with the bari/bone comping, then they all get together to do a unison finish. All this time the percussion department is doing there very important part. (One person with at least 4 hands is needed, but a normal human being will work) (did I say normal? Has anyone ever met a normal drummer?) For clarinet, bari or bone, trumpet, piano and rhythm.
 135-R MUPPET MEDLEY  Sorry...Not available at this time.  IF YOU'VE GOT KIDS IN THE PLACE THIS GOES OVER WELL
 136-W MUSKRAT RAMBLE   DIXIE DIXIE STYLE
 485-D MY BLUE HEAVEN A NICE MEDIUM FOX-TROT. SOLOS FOR TRUMPET AND TENOR. SAMPLE
 369-W MY BUDDY   WALTZ  
796-D My Girl Instrumentation is 3 saxes (ATB), 2 trumpets, 1 bone, and rhythm. Written to be used either as a vocal or a tenor sax feature. Two tenor sax parts are included, one for use as a vocal and the other as the tenor solo. Starts in Bb and goes to C for the final chorus. We can provide it in Ab-Bb or C-D if necessary for the vocalist. There is an extra $10.00 charge for this.  SAMPLE
900-D My Girl
Sax Quintet
Saxophone Quintet.  AATTB with rhythm section. Features a tenor sax solo throughout. Starts in Bb and goes to C for the last part of the chart. SAMPLE
 137-BB MY FUNNY VALENTINE   VOCAL AN "-O" BIG BAND ARRANGEMENT. WHAT A FINE CHART. HAS A DIFFERENT ENDING CHORD-WISE. THE ARRANGER SAYS HE HAD SOME FUN WITH THE WHOLE TUNE.
833-BB My Funny Valentine
Vocal
An "-O" big band arrangement. This chart is a very easy read...sounds great!...and has a nice tag at the end.  There are 2 piano parts...same notes, but enharmonically different. It's a great tune...Easy to play...sounds very good...and there're not  many great charts for vocalists.
 330-R MY FUNNY VALENTINE AN EASIER ARRANGEMENT. BUT, JUST BECAUSE IT'S EASIER DOESN'T MEAN IT IS NOT A VERY FINE CHART! THESE KINDS OF CHARTS ALLOW YOU TO SHINE BECAUSE OF THE NICE HARMONIES, ETC.  FOR ALTO, TENOR, TRUMPET AND RHYTHM
 370-W MY FUNNY VALENTINE   Vocal AC-DC. HAVE YOU EVER LISTENED TO THE WORDS TO THIS ONE? PRETTY OFFENSIVE, I THINK.
 486-D MY GAL SAL A BRIGHT SWINGER, WITH SHORT SOLOS FOR TRUMPET, PIANO, AND THE TENORS. SAMPLE
 573-BB MY GIRL A “-J” ARRANGEMENT. MO’ “MOTOWN”. FOR A SMALLER BIG BAND. 4 SAXES, 3 TRUMPETS (FLUGEL ON SOLO), 2 BONES AND RHYTHM. 4/3/2.
814-V My Heart Will Go On
String Quartet
String Quartet. James Horner from the Movie "Titanic". This is the love theme from the movie "Titanic" and is a lovely and haunting melody. The harmony parts will remind you of the waves and rolling seas. Pardon us if we make you seasick.  SAMPLE
 371-W MY MELANCHOLY BABY  
 574-J MY ONE AND ONLY LOVE FOR STRINGS AND BASS WITH A TROMBONE SOLO
 575-J MY ONE AND ONLY LOVE    STRING QUARTET FOR A STRING QUARTET WITH A LOT OF CONTRAPUNTAL ACTION FOR THE CELLO.  (STRING PLAYERS LOVE CONTRAPUNTAL ACTION)
 576-J MY ROMANCE
  STRING QUARTET
STRING QUARTET
 577-J        MY ROMANCE WRITTEN FOR 2 BONES, 2 TRUMPETS, ALTO, TENOR, BARI, PIANO, BASS, AND DRUMS. IT IS COOL STYLE SWING A LA GERRY MULLIGAN. FEATURES A BARI AND PIANO SOLO. PLEASE DON’T ROLL OVER GERRY.
 138-BB MY SHIP 
 VOCAL
AN "-O" CHART. AC-DC. AN OUTSTANDING CHART DONE IN THE KENTON STYLE!
 372-W MY WILD IRISH ROSE Not available at this time-In for rewrite.
 139-O NAN AN ORIGINAL COMPOSITION BY THE GUY THAT DID ALL THE OTHERS FOR KENTON, ROGERS, & MANCINI! AND YOU WON'T FIND THEM ANYPLACE ELSE!
946-D Nardis A Miles Davis Tune: Written for jazz octet (trumpet, trombone, alto, tenor, bari, rhythm) and comes with an optional 2nd trpt part. This up-tempo arrangement features a trumpet and alto duet, and ad-lib solos by the trumpet and alto. 
It is in Em.  SAMPLE
854-CB The National Anthem
(Star Spangled Banner)
An "F" arrangement.  For a concert band with optional vocal solo. Not your normal version…Anyone looking for four-part forte will be disappointed. However, if your band is looking for a new, more challenging, exciting, and musical version of the National Anthem, this piece is ideal. The arrangement treats the lyrics as poetry and accompanies them as such, creating a tone poem effect. A 16 bar intro is optional. It was originally written with a vocalist, but cues are included for a purely instrumental version. Not technically challenging, but it mixes 3/4 and 4/4 measures together. Percussion is for snare, bass, cymbals, glockenspiel, and 3-4 pedal timpani.  SAMPLE
856-CB The National Anthem
(Star Spangled Banner)
An "O" arrangement.  This setting will sound great being played indoors our outdoors, as long as the parts are covered. So a pep band to a small ensemble to a large concert band will impress the audience with this striking (the rhythms are a little different than what is usually found) arrangement. You can play it "as written" or you can add ritards and fermatas, if you so choose.
822-D The Navy Hymn The Navy Hymn is based on the old hymn, "Eternal Father, Strong to Save." This arrangement is written for 2 trumpets, 1 trombone, 3 saxes (ATB), piano and bass. Drums are tacet. It can be used without the bari sax and 2nd trumpet.  SAMPLE
 656-D THE NEARNESS OF YOU 
 VOCAL
VOCAL IN C. SLOW AND EASY TO PLAY. REMEMBER JUST BECAUSE IT SAYS EASY TO PLAY DOES NOT MEAN THAT IT IS NOT ONE FINE ARRANGEMENT. IT JUST MEANS THAT THE VOCALIST IS THE CENTER-POINT OF THIS ONE. SAMPLE
 578-J THE NEARNESS OF YOU WRITTEN FOR ALTO, TENOR, BONE, TRUMPET, BASS, PIANO, AND DRUMS.  MEDIUM SWING. FEATURES GREAT HARMONIES AND A TENOR SOLO.
 373-W THE NEARNESS OF YOU   VOCAL A VOCAL IN Eb
 140-T NEVERTHELESS WRITTEN FOR TRUMPET, ALTO SAX, TENOR SAX, BONE AND RHYTHM. THE BONE CAN BE DROPPED. HAS AN OPEN SOLO CHORUS AND WHEN PLAYED UP-TEMPO THIS ONE IS GREAT!
 374-W NEVERTHELESS  
 141-W NEW ORLEANS MASQUERADE THIS STYLE WORKS NICELY WITH ANY COMBINATION OF INSTRUMENTS.
 142-W NEW YORK, NEW YORK/MANHATTAN OLD STANDBY MEDLEY
963-M Nickels and Dimes
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet.  A modern rag by Robert Darch. Premiered by the Royal City Sax Quartet at the Grand International Ragtime Jazztime Festival, May 26, 2007, Alexandria Bay, NY. While the piece is firmly in the ragtime style, it has several modern elements. Keys C/F, SATB
 694-D NIGHT LIFE SLOW BLUES TREATMENT OF THE TUNE BEST KNOW FOR WILLIE NELSON'S RECORDING. FOR  2 TRUMPETS (2nd TRUMPET IS OPTIONAL), 3 TENORS, TROMBONE (OPTIONAL), AND RHYTHM.  IF YOU LIKE THE BLUES, AND IF YOU LIKE NICE BLENDS AND HARMONIES, YOU WILL LOVE THIS ARRANGEMENT. I DO!. In F. SAMPLE
 730-D NIGHT LIFE  SAME AS ABOVE, ONLY FOR TRUMPET, ALTO, TENOR, TROMBONE, AND RHYTHM. IF YOU LIKE THE BLUES, AND IF YOU LIKE NICE BLENDS AND HARMONIES, YOU WILL LOVE THIS ARRANGEMENT. I DO!. In F. SAMPLE
 729-D Night Train What can we say, it's Night Train. Solos for trombone (naturally) and tenor, with a noisy last chorus. In Bb.  SAMPLE
 579-J A NIGHTINGALE SANG IN BERKELEY SQUARE WRITTEN FOR TRUMPET, TENOR, BARI, AND RHYTHM. FEATURES THE BARI.
 375-W NINA NEVER KNEW  
 143-W NOBODY'S SWEETHEART  
 144-R NOEL CHRISTMAS AVERY NICE ARR. ESPECIALLY WITH A LATIN RHYTHM.
750-BB No Harmon That A "-J" arrangement.  A swingin' tune for college-or better big band. A great dance chart. All of the brass is played with Harmon. 
 145-O NOT FROM DIXIE AN ORIGINAL COMPOSITION COMMISSIONED BY HENRY MANCINI AND DONE IN A PETER GUNN STYLE. HAS A NICELY SWUNG BRIDGE. THE AUDIENCE LOVES IT.
 377-W NOW IS THE HOUR
VOCAL
 
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