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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.
 283-R OCTOBER SONG THIS IS A VERY NICE ARRANGEMENT. LOTS OF NICE HARMONIES. WRITTEN FOR TRUMP, BONE, ALTO, TENOR, BARI, GUITAR, PIANO, BASS, AND DRUMS. THIS CHART CAN BE EASILY CUSTOMIZED.
 378-W OH, LADY BE GOOD YOU COULD TAKE 20 OF THESE CHARTS AND PUT TOGETHER A TWO HOUR (OR MORE) SHOW, FOR LESS THAN YOU GET PAID FOR THE GIG. (WE HOPE)
 146-W OL' ROCKIN' CHAIR  
 379-W OLD CAPE COD  
894-R Old Devil Moon A nice slow ballad that features the trumpet and alto with the leads, and a terrific counter-melody being played by the bari or bone.
 380-W OL' ROCKIN CHAIR AVERY NICE ARRANGEMENT OF A HOAGY CARMICHAEL TUNE.
807-R O Holy Night
Dixieland
Dixieland style. A slow mournful 3/4 swing tempo arrangement done in the New Orleans Preservation Hall Jazz Band style. 
964-M One for Amelia
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet.  This is clearly a modern rag written by Max Morath with much more syncopation than rags from the early 20th century. However, the laid-back nature of this piece makes it very easy to listen to. Premiered by the Royal City Sax Quartet at the Grand International Ragtime Jazztime Festival in Alexandria Bay, New York Keys Ab/Db, SATB/AATB
 713-S ONE-NOTE SAMBA  BOSSA NOVA. THIS ARRANGEMENT IS A SIMPLE SKETCH FOR RHYTHM SECTION AND THREE OR FOUR HORNS: TRUMPET, ALTO, TENOR (OR TRUMPET 2) (OPTIONAL PART), AND TROMBONE. FAIRLY EASY. Key: Bb
 381-W ONE O'CLOCK JUMP A PRETTY DARN GOOD PIECE.
884-R Only You Another one of those take-offs of a "Platters'" hit. This one is definitely better. The trumpet and alto trade the lead back and forth and while all of this beautiful music is being played, the bari or bone is playing a very melodious counter melody.  Whew!! For: Alto, bari or bone, trumpet and rhythm. You can have a tenor part if you like.
 580-J ON THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE   AN UP-TEMPO SWINGER WRITTEN FOR TRUMPET, TROMBONE, TENOR, BARI, AND RHYTHM. HAS A TENOR SOLO.
 581-BB ON THE STREET WHERE YOU LIVE  A “-J” ARRANGEMENT.  UP-TEMPO SWINGER FOR SMALLER BIG BAND (5/3/3).  5 SAXES, 3 TRUMPETS, 3 BONES, AND RHYTHM. FEATURES A TENOR SOLO.
841-R On the Sunny Side of the Street I love this arrangement! Features either 3 or 4 horns (alto, tenor, trumpet--and you can add a bone) plus rhythm. Lots of really neat syncopation and in the 2nd chorus for the first 16 bars there is just 3 horn syncopated rhythm with no melody being played and then back to the melody with harmonies. This one also has one of the better bass parts. The "R" arranger's musical philosophy is that the bass should be more than just a bass line it should participate in the heart and soul of the chart. 
 147-W OPUS 1  
 148-O OPUS IN CHARTREUSE ARRANGED FOR AND RECORDED BY KENTON, BUT NEVER PUBLISHED.
 275-SQ OPUS IN PASTELS THIS STAN KENTON PIECE IS ARRANGED FOR A SAXOPHONE QUINTET OR QUARTET. INCLUDES ALL RHYTHM PARTS. A VERY NICE CHART.
 149-T OPUS NO ONE A very nice chart.  Music with a sense of humor is almost always appreciated.  At least in the title.  This is a take-off of Opus One but still is in that style with a lot of very interesting variations thrown in.
 150-W ORCHIDS IN THE MOONLIGHT SIMPLE ARR. MAKES ANYONE SOUND GOOD
 582-BB OUR LOVE IS HERE TO STAY A “-J” ARRANGEMENT.  MEDIUM SWING BIG BAND ARRANGEMENT, WITH ALTO SOLO.
 583-J OUR LOVE IS HERE TO STAY MEDIUM SWING ARRANGEMENT. WRITTEN FOR TRUMPET, TENOR, BARI, TROMBONE, AND RHYTHM, WITH A TENOR SOLO.
 584-J OUR LOVE IS HERE TO STAY MEDIUM SWING ARRANGEMENT. WRITTEN FOR TRUMPET, TENOR, TROMBONE, AND RHYTHM, WITH A PIANO SOLO.
 585-BB OUR LOVE IS HERE TO STAY  
VOCAL
A “-J” ARRANGEMENT. A BIG BAND VOCAL IN Db. IT FEATURES A TRUMPET SOLO, AND IS IN A RANGE SUITABLE FOR MOST MALE AND FEMALE SINGERS.
 151-T OUT OF MY HEAD A 7O'S SHOW TUNE WITH A 90'S ARRANGEMENT.
 586-J Over The Rainbow
String Quartet
I AM ALWAYS SURPRISED THAT WE DO NOT HAVE MORE ARRANGEMENTS OF THIS GREAT TUNE.
794-J Over The Rainbow
String Quartet
String Quartet. Similar to above, but includes piano, bass, and rhythm parts, and is in a Ballad straight eighths style. Key: Eb
 605-J Over The Rainbow FOR A 4 PART ACAPPELLA CHOIR
 609-BB Over The Rainbow A "-J" ARRANGEMENT.  FOR A SMALL ORCHESTRA. FOR FLUTE, CLARINET, OBOE, 2 HORNS, HARP, STRINGS, AND RHYTHM
 657-R (OVER THE)
RAINBOW DIXIE
DIXIE. USES A GREAT TRADITIONAL JAZZ INTRO THAT SLIDES SEAMLESSLY INTO THE "OVER THE RAINBOW" MELODY AND THEN A SUPER 16 BAR TRADITIONAL JAZZ EXIT! SAMPLE
 152-O PAINTED RHYTHM ARRANGED FOR AND RECORDED BY KENTON. MEDIUM SWING.
 153-O PAMELA USES 2 TRUMPETS, OR 1 BONE & TRUMPET, 3 SAXES & RHYTHM. LIKE MOST OF THESE CHARTS MARKED "O", CUSTOMIZATION IS AVAILABLE.
 154-W PANAMA 
DIXIE
DIXIELAND STYLE
 382-W PAPA WON'T YOU DANCE WITH ME POLKA!
 155-R PARTY GIRL DIXIE VERY NICE DIXIE PIECE. NOT OFTEN HEARD
 156-O Patricia MAMBO!!! PREZ PRADO. I LOVE PLAYING THIS CHART.
829-D Patricia Written for for alto, tenor, bari, 2 trumpets, 1 bone (plus an optional 2ns bone), keyboard/piano, guitar, bass and drums. It is meant to feature the keyboard using a Hammond organ sound, but a piano could be used if necessary. It is a cha cha in the Prez Prado style, but without the screaming trumpets. Highest note for 1st trumpet is Ab, one line above the staff. In Db
784-M Patricia Rag (1916)
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet. This is one of Joseph Lamb's most lyrical pieces. It is full of intricate but gentle syncopation. The theme for the third section spans over 2 octaves, and gets passes from the bari all the way to the soprano. The final section features a "walking bari" line. 
Scored for SATB or AATB. Keys: Eb/Ab  SAMPLE
752-M Paramount Rag (1917)
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet.  This rag is a relay race (but don't play it too fast! The early rags weren't meant to be played fast). In the first 2 sections, "the baton" is often handed off between at least 3 players, usually in "sprints" of just 1 measure. In the 3rd section the tenor and alto are more "long distance runners" with each getting 4 bars before passing the melody off. The "marathon" soprano (or lead) gets the home stretch. Scored for SATB or AATB. Keys: Ab/Db  SAMPLE
 157-O PAVLORAM AN ORIGINAL PIECE PUBLISHED IN 1957. A CONCERT BAND STYLE BUT NICELY SWUNG.
785-M Pegasus (1920)
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet. Unlike a typical rag that has 4 sections, this James Scott rag has only 3 main sections, and returns to the original key to finish the piece with a repeat of the second section. As a later rag, it has some chord progressions not typically seen in ragtime. 
Scored for SATB or AATB. Keys: Amin/C/F  SAMPLE
 383-W PEG O' MY HEART NO HARMONICATS ON THIS ONE. A GREAT COMBO CHART.
 481-D PEG O' MY HEART -MEDLEY 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
 158-O PENNIES  
 587-J PENNIES FROM HEAVEN FOR TRUMPET, ALTO, TENOR, BONE, AND RHYTHM.
857-CB Pennsylvania Polka An "-O" arrangement. This will be a crowd pleaser that is known by almost everyone. It can be played at almost any spot on your concert, but would probably be most effective as an encore…the audience will not be able to get it out of their mind.. It is cross-scored so that you'll have a full, concert band sound, regardless of the size or instrumentation of your band. "Strike up the music, the band has begun..."
 384-W PENNSYLVANIA POLKA GUESS WHAT? THIS IS A POLKA!
 367-W PENNSYLVANIA 6-5000 THIS IS A FUN ARRANGEMENT. IT'S NOT REALLY A VOCAL, BUT THE BAND DOES GET TO SHOUT OUT THE PHONE NUMBER IN THIS FRED WARING TUNE.
 159-T PERDIDO SOME PIECES MISSING ON THIS ONE. I'M WORKING ON IT!
872-R The Phantom of the What? All alto lead on this one with a lot of fantastic harmonies in the horns. A really great bass part and a very nice syncopated rhythm guitar make this work. A little swing, a little jazz and a whole lot of fun. This one can prove that your group is not just a bunch of pretty faces. For alto, tenor, optional bone or bari (if you wish), trumpet, piano and rhythm. There are a lot of short back and forth modulations in this chart so the arranger chose to just write the notes with accidentals and leave out the changes. More fluid that way. 
Great fun!
 650-R PIEL CANELA LATIN-CHA-CHA/RHUMBA. FOR ALTO, TENOR, BONE, TRUMPET, PIANO, AND RHYTHM. TENORS CAN BE SUBBED FOR THE BONE AND TRUMPET.
 160-O PINOCH YOU'VE NEVER HEARD THIS ONE DONE BEFORE. A GREAT JAZZ VARIATION ON A DISNEY THEME. UP TEMPO.
 161-O PIROUETTE JAZZ BALLAD. NICE TO PLAY, NICE TO LISTEN TO, AND NICE FOR THE AUDIENCE.
 487-D PLEASE DON'T TALK ABOUT ME WHEN I'M GONE  DIXIE DIXIELAND STYLE.  MEDIUM FOX-TROT WITH SOLOS FOR TRUMPET, PIANO, AND BONE. SAMPLE
 385-W PLEASE DON'T TALK ABOUT ME WHEN I'M GONE  DIXIE DIXIELAND STYLE.  YOU WILL BE TALKING ABOUT THIS ONE WHEN YOU ARE FINISHED. A NICE CHART!.
 693-D POINCIANA BEGUINE. 1ST TENOR NEEDS CLARINET. NO SOLOS. WILL WORK WITHOUT THE BONE AND 2nd TRUMPET. Key Bb SAMPLE
852-F Poinciana A light Latin Bossa Nova for 3 saxes (AAT or ATT), 2 trumpets, 1 or 2 bones, piano, and bass. It features the tenor, but the best part is the "crescendo" effect that keeps the music constantly building up to a climax before winding back down to a conclusion.
 162-W POLKA MEDLEY 1 A FUN POLKA -PUT YOUR HORN HAT ON AND GO FOR IT!
 163-W POLKA MEDLEY 2 A FUN POLKA-PUT YOUR HORN HAT ON AND GO FOR IT!
 539-D POND, THE 
OCTET
WRITTEN FOR TRUMPET, ALTO, TENOR 1, TENOR 2 OR BONE (BOTH PARTS INCLUDED), BARI, PIANO, BASS, AND DRUMS. THIS IS JAZZ, NOT SWING. THERE IS A NOTE ON THE ORIGINAL SCORE THAT SAYS "BILL RUSSO". FRANKLY WE DON'T KNOW IF THAT MEANS HE WROTE IT, OR RECORDED IT, OR BOTH. THIS CHART IS BASED ON A HEAD ARRANGEMENT USED BY THE ARRANGER'S VIRGINIA BEACH GROUP. NOTE--THIS TUNE WAS ORIGINALLY WRITTEN IN A SLOW, DIRGE-LIKE TEMPO, BUT THE ARRANGER PREFERS IT UP-TEMPO AS IN THE SAMPLE. THE CHART CAN BE PLAYED EITHER WAY. SAMPLE
 164-O POND, THE MEDIUM TEMPO WITH A SWING CHORUS.
 292-W POOR BUTTERFLY      A NICE AND SIMPLE CHART OF A VERY NEAT BALLAD.
965-M Pride of the Prairie
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet.  SATB, Keys Bb/Eb, Bill Edwards set out to create a classic rag using the guidelines set by the compositional style of Joseph Lamb, who had a magical way of creating long phrases in his rags. The D section is a loose interpolation of the chorus of America the Beautiful (“the fruited plains” or prairie). 
 165-O PROMENADE THEME THIS IS A NICE JAZZY FANFARE TO USE AS AN OPENER OR CLOSER.
 588-J PUT ON A HAPPY FACE BONE QUARTET AN UP-TEMPO SWING CHART. FOR A TROMBONE QUINTET AND RHYTHM.  THE SOLOS ARE OPEN ON THIS ONE..
 166-W PUT YOUR HAND IN THE HAND  
 167-W PUTTIN' ON THE RITZ WELL DONE JAZZ VERSION OF THE OLD FRED ASTAIRE SONG. OR YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN.  THIS ONE IS A LOT OF FUN WITH ALL OF THAT VERY INTERESTING SYNCOPATION!
 168-O PUTT'S PUTT AN ORIGINAL COMPOSITION BY A RECORDED WEST COAST STYLE ARRANGER AND FINE MUSICIAN.
 740-M Rag Sentimental
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet…Unlike many rags that modulate to the subdominant for the second half of the piece, this rag switches back and forth between F minor and its relative major, Ab. The initial slow tempo gives it a melancholy feel, but it later kicks off the blues for a rollicking finish. Scored for SATB or AATB. Key: F minor/Ab major. SAMPLE
 657-R RAINBOW DIXIE DIXIELAND STYLE. USES A GREAT TRADITIONAL JAZZ INTRO THAT SLIDES SEAMLESSLY INTO THE "OVER THE RAINBOW" MELODY AND THEN A SUPER 16 BAR TRADITIONAL JAZZ EXIT! SAMPLE
787-R Kermie (Rainbow Connection) Waltz . A very nice arrangement of a wonderful tune. Great harmonies in the horns and a nice counter melodies when not playing the lead. Everyone takes a turn in this one.  For clarinet, tenor, bone/bari, trumpet, piano and rhythm.
 169-R RAINBOW 
( OVER THE RAINBOW )
LATIN VERSION SAMPLE
 170-T RAMBLIN ROSE NO NAT COLE ON THIS ONE. GREAT STYLE AND OPEN FOR SOLOS.  IT REALLY SWINGS WHEN PLAYED UP-TEMPO.
 171-W RANDOLPH STREET STRUT 
DIXIE
DIXIELAND STYLE. VERY NICE TENOR SOLO IN THIS ONE. ALWAYS A WELL-RECEIVED CHART.
 521-BB REACHING
  VOCAL
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 388-W RED ROSES FOR A BLUE LADY I'M SORRY... NO BOBBY VINTON ON THIS ONE. OR MAYBE I DON'T NEED TO APOLOGIZE. NICE CHART.
844-D Redwing In Eb. Written for alto, tenor, bari, 2 trumpets, 1 bone (includes optional 2nd bone), rhythm. Ad-lib solos for the trumpet and trombone. Starts with Indian tom-toms, etc. and goes into a swinging version of the tune. Editor: Every once in a while an arranger will do a chart that just comes out better than you had imagined it would. This is one of those as far as I am concerned. My personal opinion...Of course!  SAMPLE
876-BB Redwing A "-D" arrangement.  Same as above--only scored for big-band 5/4/4/3. It is a 1940s style swing with easy to moderate difficulty---more easy than moderate. Ed: Listen to the sample and you will have to have it. A very nice arrangement.  SAMPLE
937-D Redwing
Sax Quintet
An upbeat swing chart for sax quintet (AATTB) and rhythm section. Ad-lib solos for several of the players. SAMPLE
857-O Repasz Band An "O" arrangement. This is a very nice March that would work well as a street march, a last selection just before intermission on your concert, an encore, or a "warm up selection" at contests. It is cross-scored so that you'll have a full, concert band sound, regardless of the size or instrumentation of your band. A fun march that will take little preparation.
 389-W RHAPSODY IN BLUE THEME This is not available at the moment.  Is in rewrite.
 172-R RIDERS IN THE SKY IF YOU ARE NOT STUFFY, THIS IS A FUN CHART TO THROW INTO YOUR REPERTOIRE. IF YOU ARE STUFFY WHY ARE YOU ON THIS WEBSITE?
 281-R THE RIVER KWAI 
DIXIE
DIXIELAND STYLE. NO ONE HAS HEARD THIS AS A DIXIE TUNE. GREAT! SAMPLE
 173-R RixDixie Medley 
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
966-M Roberto Clemente
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet. SATB/AATB. David Thomas Roberts is one of the composers who has pushed ragtime into the modern era, and I had the privilege of collaborating with David on this arrangement. It's a mellow easy-going rag that ends "with unrestrained fervor." Keys Bb/Eb
 632-R A ROMANTIC MOOD FOR TRUMPET, BONE, ALTO, TENOR, BARI, PIANO, AND RHYTHM. BONE AND BARI CAN BE DROPPED. A VERY NICE BALLAD NOT OFTEN HEARD. WHICH IS IN ITS FAVOR.
 390-W ROSETTA VOCAL AC-DC
 174-W ROYAL GARDEN BLUES NEW ORLEANS STYLE BLUES, WORKS WELL WITH ANY STYLE COMBO!
744-D Runnin' Wild The title says it all---Runnin' Wild. Very up-tempo semi-Dixieland style chart written for Alto with Clarinet, 2 Tenors, 2 Trumpets, Bone and rhythm, but can be used without the Trombone and 2nd Trumpet. There are ad-lib solos for tenor and trumpet. It starts in Bb and moves to Eb for a loud, raucous, foot-stompin' last chorus. This one is fun to play and fun to listen to. SAMPLE
 689-D RUFFLES AND FLOURISHES 
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
 633-R ST. LOUIS BLUES FOR CLARINET, TENOR, BARI OR BONE, TRUMPET, PIANO, AND RHYTHM. TRADITIONAL JAZZ STYLE BLUES. THE BARI OR BONE CAN BE DROPPED.
 714-S ST. LOUIS BLUES
  VOCAL
AC-DC (standard S instrumentation) THIS ARRANGEMENT OF WC HANDY'S JAZZ CLASSIC IS AN EXTENDED VERSION THAT INCLUDES ALL THREE OF HANDY'S STRAINS. ENSEMBLE SECTIONS USUALLY SOUND IMPROVISED. OPTIONAL VOCAL. FAIRLY EASY.   Key: Bb.
 175-O SAMMI A BALLAD WRITTEN FOR AND PLAYED BY SHORTY ROGERS
 391-W SAN ANTONIO ROSE VOCAL SOME OF THESE OLD COUNTRY TUNES ARE NICE TO PLAY WITH THE RIGHT AUDIENCE. NICE STRAIGHT FORWARD HARMONIES, AND SIMPLE SOLO IMPROVS. ALSO AC-DC
 176-W Satin Doll  
 177-T Satin Doll I LIKE THIS ARRANGEMENT. VERY VERY PLAYABLE
 488-D Satin Doll MEDIUM TEMPO BUT NOT TOO SLOW. FEATURES PIANO SOLOS AT BEGINNING AND END WHICH CAN BE PLAYED WRITTEN OR AD-LIB. TENOR AND MUTED TRUMPET ALSO HAVE AD-LIB SOLOS. SAMPLE
795-J Satin Doll
String Quartet
String Quartet, but includes piano, bass, and rhythm parts, and you just know it has to be in a Swing style. And take my word for it, it really does Swing!
918-L Save Your Heart for Me Gary Lewis and the Playboys. No solos.  For alto, trumpet, bone and rhythm.
 178-O SAXOFÓN ROMÁNTICO LATIN JAZZ PIECE DONE WITH REALLY NICE SAX SECTION. A GREAT MAMBO.
 178-SQ SAXOFÓN ROMÁNTICO SAME AS ABOVE. ONLY THIS CHART IS FOR A SAX QUARTET OR QUINTET. CAN BE PLAYED WITH OR WITHOUT RHYTHM.  Sorry not available at this time----In for re-write
 179-W SAY IT ISN'T SO  
 489-D SCHNEIDER POLKA A TRADITIONAL POLKA. IF YOU HAVE A STUFFY AUDIENCE THESE CAN BE A LOT OF FUN! SAMPLE
737-M Scott Joplin's New Rag
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet.  This is one of Joplin’s later rags, and is unusual in the use of 2 minor keys instead of the more common major keys. It’s in 4 sections, and each horn has a turn with the melody.  Scored for SATB  SAMPLE
919-L Sealed With a Kiss Bryan Hyland song by the "-L" arranger. If you liked 60's pop music you'll love this arrangement.  There is a written Sax, trumpet, and bone solo.
815-V (The) Secret Wedding
String Quartet
String Quartet. James Horner again, from the movie "Braveheart". This is a shorter, faster, and more tense variation of the "A Gift of the Thistle" melody with a few "bagpipey" (we just made up that word) touches thrown in for good measure.  SAMPLE
 180-W SEEMS LIKE OLD TIMES  
 689-D SEMPER PARATAS 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
 518-BB SEND IN THE CLOWNS VOCAL THIS ARRANGEMENT WAS DONE BY THE PERSON THAT DID ALL OF THE "-O" CHARTS. A VERY FINE AND WELL KNOWN AND PUBLISHED ARRANGER.
 266-BB SEND IN THE CLOWNS AN “-R“ ARRANGEMENT. THIS ONE CAN ALSO BE HAD AS A COMBO PIECE. IT REALLY SOUNDS NICE.
 181-W SENSATION
  DIXIE
DIXIE STYLE
 685-D SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY CAN BE USED WITHOUT THE TROMBONE AND 2nd TRUMPET, BUT YOU MAY WANT TO HIRE A TROMBONE PLAYER JUST TO HEAR THOSE PEDAL TONES BEHIND THE SEXY SUB-TONE SAX SOLI. AN EASYGOING, LAID BACK CHART GUARANTEED TO GET YOUR DANCERS UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL. SOLOS FOR THE TRUMPET AND TENOR. EASY TO PLAY. IN Bb SAMPLE
 395-W SENTIMENTAL JOURNEY  
 183-O SEPTEMBER IN THE RAIN I LOVE THIS CHART. MADE FOR KENTON!
 184-BB SEPTEMBER IN THE RAIN AN OUTSTANDING PRODUCTION ARR. DONE FOR STAN KENTON. NICE DOUBLE TIME DRUM ENDING ! AN “-O“ ARRANGEMENT.
 182-O SEPTEMBER SONG ALSO NICELY DONE. INCIDENTALLY I HAVE A NICE ARR. FOR SMALLER COMBOS COMING ON THIS ONE
 253-R SEPTEMBER SONG REPEAT SECTION FOR CHORUSES, BUT NO JIMMY DURANTE, INSTEAD A VERY NICE SONG TO PLAY!
 396-W SEPTEMBER SONG VOCAL AC-DC
 185-O SERENADE IT'S ALWAYS EXCITING PLAYING THESE CHARTS!
 186-O SERENADE TO A DREAM THE ARRANGER FOR THESE CHARTS TURNED PROFESSIONAL AT 17 BY SELLING ARRANGEMENTS TO KENTON, INCLUDING THIS ONE. THESE REALLY SWING!
 689-D SERVICE SONGS 
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
835-R (The ) Shadow of Your Smile This arrangement features the trumpet mostly. In the middle chorus a guitar solo would complement this tune nicely (piano would also work very well), but you can use whatever instrument you like. Rich and lush harmonies for the other horns and just a very nice chart. For alto, tenor, trumpet, and rhythm. We can provide a bone part if you like.  This tune was originally introduced as the theme song in the movie "Sandpipers" in 1966.
 538-D SHANK'S PRANKS 
OCTET
WRITTEN FOR TRUMPET, ALTO, TENOR 1, TENOR 2 OR BONE (BOTH PARTS INCLUDED), BARI, PIANO, BASS, AND DRUMS. THIS IS JAZZ, NOT SWING. THIS TUNE WAS RECORDED BY A FIVE PIECE GROUP FEATURING BUD SHANK (ONE OF MY PERSONAL FAVORITES), AND SHORTY ROGERS. ALL PARTS HAVE CHORD SYMBOLS FOR UNLIMITED AD-LIB SOLOS. SAMPLE
 187-W SHANTY TOWN
  DIXIE
ANOTHER DIXIELAND PIECE WITH AN OPEN SOLO SECTION WITH LEAD & CHORDS
930-L Sh-boom Sh-boom (Life Could Be a Dream) was recorded and released in 1954 by “The Chords”. It was one of the first Doo-wop songs. The arrangement is very straightforward like the original. The changes are in the sax and trumpet parts should you desire to ad-lib the melody a bit. Have fun. For alto sax, trumpet, trombone and rhythm section.
 188-W SHEIK OF ARABY  
920-L She's Not There An "-L arrangement of the Zombies pop hit.  (OK, I'll admit that I don't know who the Zombies are, but I'm sure that you do.)  There's a written Sax solo.
 532-BB SHOOTOUT AT GEEZER GULCH A“-D“ ARRANGEMENT. THIS IS A 5/4/4/3 CHART, BUT IT WILL WORK WITH 4/3/3/3. IT HAS FULL CHORUS SOLOS FOR ALTO, TENOR, TRUMPET, AND TROMBONE. LEAD TRUMPET GOES TO HIGH "D" IN A COUPLE OF PLACES. AN UP-TEMPO CHART THAT HAS AN UNDERLYING TUNE YOU MIGHT RECOGNIZE IN THE FIRST CHORUS. MODERATE DIFFICULTY. SAMPLE
 189-O SHORTY'S BLUES SUPER BLUES CHART DONE FOR SHORTY ROGERS
 190-O SHOT-PUT ANOTHER ORIGINAL COMPOSITION BY THE SAME PERSON AS ABOVE. I'VE PLAYED ALL OF THESE WITH THE COMPOSER, ARRANGER AND THESE ARE FANTASTIC! UP TEMPO SWING.
 261-R SING, SING, SING WORKS WELL FOR SMALLER COMBOS. ALSO AVAILABLE AS BB CHART. SAMPLE
 533-BB SING, SING, SING Not available at this time. AN “-R“ CHART. NICE ARRANGEMENT.
 191-O SI TU PUDERAS SABER LATIN PIECE. CAN'T FOOL YOU!
 490-D SKIRTS MEDIUM FOX-TROT. SOLOS FOR PIANO AND TENOR. REQUIRES CLARINET OF 1st TENOR. A VOCAL SHEET IS INCLUDED. THE VOCAL CAN BE SUBBED FOR THE PIANO SOLO. SAMPLE
 675-D SKYLARK MADE FAMOUS BY HOAGIE, AND NOW ABOUT TO BE MADE FAMOUS AGAIN! A MEDIUM DIFFICULTY CHART WITH GREAT BLENDS IN THE ENSEMBLE PARTS. HOW CAN ANYONE GO WRONG WITH A CHART BY THE WORLD FAMOUS "D" ARRANGER. SAMPLE
 738-M Sleepy Hollow Rag
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet-- Clarence Woods described his piece as “a decided novelty and should be played SLOW and SOFT. Particular attention should be paid to the sustained notes and tremolos. They can be made to ‘stand out’ without forcing them.” Scored for SATB or AATB. Bass Sax can replace Bari.  SAMPLE
 Key: Eb/Ab
860-CB Sloop John B. An "-F" arrangement. The classic West Indies folk song made famous by The Beach Boys and the Kingston Trio for concert band. Easy grade three, or a good piece for teaching grade two students how to play syncopations*.  Included are optional parts for steel drums or marimbas.
*its simple repetitive syncopations along with the memorable tune makes this a good teaching piece. Key: Ab.  SAMPLE  
 192-T SLOW BOAT TO CHINA IMAGINATIVE START AND FINISH. NICE ARRANGEMENT. I'VE PLAYED IT MANY TIMES AND ALWAYS LIKE IT.  UP TEMPO  (AS IT SHOULD HAVE BEEN ORIGINALLY) INSTEAD OF A SLOW DRAG.
943-R Smile A well done version of the ballad "Smile". (Edit:  The arranger has said that of all of his published charts this is in the top 5 best ever!)   The tune comes from the 1936 theme music written by Charlie Chaplin for his movie: "Modern Times". The title and lyrics were added in 1954 and recorded by Nat Cole. Alto has the lead first, and then the trump with the bari (can be a tenor instead) comping through the whole tune. Laid back and rather charming arrangement if I do say so myself. As with most of the "R" charts there is quite a lot of thought that goes into the rhythm as well. The "R" arranger definitely believes that rhythm is the bedrock upon which an arrangement is built. Whew! A lot of musical philosophy went into this tune!
 259-R A SMILE IN MAY A NICE LAID BACK LOVE SONG. OPEN SOLO SECTION AND GREAT COUNTER MELODIES. PLAY THIS ONE AND EVERYONE WILL THINK IT'S JUST FOR THEM.
624-J Smoke Gets In Your Eyes Its simple repetitive syncopations along with the memorable tune makes this a good teaching piece.
879-R Smoke Gets In Your Eyes If you liked the original Platters' version you will like this one. If you don't remember the Platters you will still like it. Has a very nice rhythm part and great harmonies among the 3 horns. The bari or bone starts out with the lead and then it goes to the alto and trumpet with the other horns comping. The middle chorus can be used as a vocal or for solos. Alto, bari or bone, trumpet, and rhythm. Ed: All of the "R" charts have very nice rhythm parts. (Rhythm being piano, bass and sometimes guitar. We don't do drum parts for combo arrangements.)
 625-J SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES PIANO SOLO A PIANO SOLO CHART.
 397-W SMOKE GETS IN YOUR EYES 
VOCAL
YOU CAN'T MISS WITH JEROME KERN. AC-DC
 491-D SNERDLEYS JUST SOME FOOLISHNESS FOR INTERMISSION AND BREAKS. FOR INTERMISSION THERE ARE THE "LOONY TUNES THEME" (WHICH REQUIRES CLARINET), AND "A HUNTIN' WE WILL GO." INCLUDES 2 SHORT BREAK DITTIES. SAMPLE
 492-D SNOWMAN POLKA THIS IS A TRADITIONAL JUMP AROUND AND SWEAT A LOT MIDWESTERN STYLE POLKA. IT IS PRETTY FRANTIC IN SPOTS, SO DON'T WHIP IT OUT FOR THE LEAD CHAIRS TO SIGHT READ ON THE JOB. SAMPLE
 398-W SOLITUDE A DUKE ELLINGTON PIECE.
 663-D SOME ENCHANTED EVENING NEARLY THE ENTIRE ARRANGEMENT IS A TROMBONE SOLO IN Ab. A STRAIGHTFORWARD PRESENTATION OF THE TUNE. NOTHING FANCY, BUT DOES A NICE JOB OF OF FEATURING THE BONE. THE BONE SOLO ENDS ON A C, BUT AN ALTERNATIVE IS PROVIDED IN CASE HIS/HER SLIDE GETS STUCK. (LIKELY EXCUSE?) CLARINET IS REQUIRED FOR THE 1st TENOR. SAMPLE
816-V Some Enchanted Evening
String Quartet
String Quartet. A Rodgers and Hammerstein "South Pacific" simple arrangement of an old classic. (Wait a minute who are you calling old here!). Sure to be a favorite at any type of function. SAMPLE
947-D So What A Miles Davis tune: Written for jazz octet (trumpet, trombone, alto, tenor, bari, rhythm) and comes with an optional 2nd trpt part.  The arrangement features the bass and expandable middle sections for ad-lib solos.  It is written in D-dorian and Eb-dorian modes.  SAMPLE
 193-W SO WHAT'S NEW? ALWAYS FUN
 194-T SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME A FEW PAGES MISSING. SO IT'S UNDER CONSTRUCTION
 195-W SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME A VERY NICE BALLAD. SIMPLE ARRANGEMENT ALLOWS YOUR STYLE TO COME THROUGH.
 715-S SOMEONE TO WATCH OVER ME
  VOCAL
(standard S instrumentation) THIS POPULAR STANDARD IS ARRANGED AS A VOCAL FEATURE COMPLETE WITH VERSE AND CHORUS. MEDIUM SLOW BALLAD. FAIRLY EASY.   Key: Ab
 196-BB SOMEWHERE-FINALE WEST SIDE STORY. A GREAT KENTON STYLE CHART.
817-V Somewhere In Time
String Quartet
String Quartet. Lovely melody that is counterpointed with a constantly moving bass line. This one is a crowd pleaser even if the the movie wasn't. Editor: Personally I loved the movie even if it was rated G.  
And Paganini's variation on a theme works wonderfully here. 
SAMPLE
 255-R SOMEWHERE IN TIME A BEAUTIFUL MELODY & A NICE CHART. REPEAT SECTION OPEN FOR SOLOS. ALMOST A CONCERT BAND STYLE, BUT FOR COMBOS.
 256-R SOMEWHERE IN TIME II SIMILAR TO ABOVE. STARTS OUT SWING WITH A VERY NEAT COUNTER MELODY GOING ON. THEN AFTER THE CHORUSES GOES STRAIT FOR THE FINISH
 197-W SOMEWHERE MY LOVE WALTZ
 198-W SONG FROM THE MOULIN ROUGE  
 199-O SOPHISTICATED LADY AN ELLINGTON STYLE TUNE, DONE BY A POPULAR ARRANGER.
 200-O SORTA BLUE ARRANGED IN A HENRY MANCINI STYLE. A HINT OF PETER GUNN AND PINK PANTHER. A NICE OPENER BECAUSE IT REALLY GETS THE AUDIENCE JUMPING!
 523-R SORTA BLUE A REALLY COOL CHART FOR A SMALL COMBO. IT HAS A MANCINI START THEN A HINT OF PETER GUNN AND OTHER STUFF. THERE IS A 2 SAX LEAD-PREFERABLY AN ALTO AND A BARI-BUT ANY COMBINATION WILL WORK. THIS CHART ALSO HAS SOME INTERESTING CHORD CHANGES IN THE SHORT PIANO SOLOS.
878-R Sound of Silence Another S&G piece brought to you by the great arrangers at AMP. Features 2 horns trading leads with the tenor carrying a counter-melody. Repeats allow for a 2nd chorus solo section if wanted. Alto, tenor, trumpet, and rhythm.  Can also be for alto, bone, trumpet and rhythm.  Just let us know which you want.
 201-W SOUTH RAMPART STREET PARADE 
DIXIE
DIXIE. THIS IS ONE OF THOSE TUNES LIKE ANDY OF MAYBERRY USED TO SAY. COME IN WHEN YOU CAN AND HANG ON!!!
 399-W SOUTH OF THE BORDER VOCAL AC-DC
 202-T SOUTHERN FRIED HAVEN'T PLAYED IT. BUT SOUNDS TASTY!
 651-R Spanish Eyes LATIN/RHUMBA. FOR ALTO, TENOR, BONE, TRUMPET, PIANO, AND RHYTHM. TENORS CAN BE SUBBED FOR THE BONE AND TRUMPET.
 203-W Spanish Eyes LATIN-RHUMBA
924-L Spanish Flea Herb Alpert and the Tijuana Brass. There is a written sax solo in this super brass feature. No one had more fun than Alpert with his music (remember the Baja Marimba Band) and no one made more money at it than he did. When he sold A&M records it went for $300.000.000 plus bucks.
 204-R Special Angel A very nice arrangement of the old rock ballad. this has an open middle chorus for solos if you wish.  If not...Play it straight through. But you will be sorry!
921-L Spooky The Classics Four. Originally arranged by Roger Holmes for stage band, and rearranged for combo by Stephen Mangold. There are solos for sax and piano. The sax part is for soprano but can be rewritten for alto.
818-V Stardust
String Quartet
String Quartet. Hoagy Carmichael never did it as a string quartet piece, but he would certainly approve of this fine arrangement of his now classic swing tune. A real favorite with the grandparents (and everyone else) at wedding receptions and is also great for dinner gigs, and just about anything else you want to imagine.   SAMPLE
753-D Stardust This arrangement was custom ordered and the description is from the arranger: This piece may take a bit of practice. I left it in the original key (Db) so I could write the Billy Butterfield solo from the record for the trumpet player. I cued some alternate notes in one place where Butterfield played an Eb above high C. There are also a couple of tricky sax passages, but the tempo is slow so they should be manageable. The arrangement is in the style of Artie Shaw, but not an exact copy of the record. The key changes to Eb after the first chorus trumpet solo and then there are solos for tenor and trombone and a final trumpet solo at the end. Written for an octet (but an optional 2nd trumpet part is available.  SAMPLE
886-BB Stardust A "-D" arrangement. This chart begins with a trumpet solo in Db. The Billy Butterfield solo from the Artie Shaw recording is cued in case the trumpet player wants to use it. The key changes to Eb after the trumpet solo, and then there are solos for tenor sax and trombone. The chart is for big-band (5,4,4,3) and in the Artie Shaw style, but not an exact copy of the record.    Note from the arranger: I haven't described this as being a big-band version of 753-D because there are a couple of major differences. The biggest difference is the last chorus. It is all ensemble, not ending with a trumpet solo like 753-D.  SAMPLE
 205-O Stardust One very sweet arrangement.
 206-W Stardust A little easier but still a nice and well done chart.
 207-W STARS FELL ON ALABAMA  
 527-T STARS FELL ON ALABAMA A REALLY NICE CHART. GREAT SYNCOPATION AND HARMONIES WITH A SOLO CHORUS.
854-CB (The) 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
 208-O STELLA Very nicely done chart.  Where's Brando when you need him.  S---T---E---L---L---A!!!
 209-O STOMPIN' AT THE SAVOY A VERY NICE CHART.
 210-W STOMPIN' AT THE SAVOY THIS ONE IS A LITTLE EASIER. A NICE ARRANGEMENT.
922-L Stop, Stop, Stop A 60's pop tune by the Hollies, now arranged by the "-L" master arranger. Has a written alto solo.
 690-D STORMY WEATHER THIS ARRANGEMENT WAS WRITTEN BY ONE OF THE PREMIER ARRANGERS IN THE WESTERN HEMISPHERE (OR IS THAT THE STRATOSPHERE?). HIS SKILLS ARE BOUNDLESS AND BOLD. OK, ENOUGH OF THE CRAPPOLA! A VERY NICE ARRANGEMENT OF ONE OF THE BEST OF THE JAZZ STANDARDS. IN Bb AND CAN BE PLAYED WITHOUT THE 2ND TRUMPET AND THE TROMBONE. SAMPLE
 211-W STRANGER ON THE SHORE FUN RENDITION IN THE ACKER BILK STYLE. BARI & GUITAR SOLOS IF WANTED. GREAT PIECE TO SCHMALTZ UP  Not nearly as old a piece as everyone thinks.
 658-D STRING OF PEARLS THIS CHART IS VERY GLENN MILLERISH, BUT DOESN'T FOLLOW THE ORIGINAL EXACTLY. AVAILABLE WITH LEAD ALTO IN LIEU OF 1st TENOR ON REQUEST. SAMPLE
 212-W STRING OF PEARLS SIMPLE ARRANGEMENT.  BUT COMES OFF WELL
973-R Struttin' With Some Barbecue
Dixie
Dixieland. I have been told by some New Orleans Dixie groups that this piece should hold much more importance than "When the Saints" as a New Orleans style Traditional Jazz chart. I think I will stay out of that argument. This arrangement is better than most and uses a moderate strut tempo and strut style. Enjoy!! 
(And you can decide how important it is).
 590-BB The Summer Knows A "-J" ARRANGEMENT.  FOR A SMALL ORCHESTRA. 2 FLUTES, 2 CLARINETS, 4 HORNS, STRINGS, AND RHYTHM.
 606-BB Summer Me, Winter Me A "-J" ARRANGEMENT.  AN ALTO SAX SOLO, WITH 2 FLUTES, 2 CLARINETS, 4 HORNS, STRINGS (4 CELLI NEEDED), AND BASS.
 213-T SUMMER PLACE A NICE 6/8 BALLAD WITH NEAT HARMONIES
870-R Summertime Written for alto, tenor, bari or bone, trumpet, piano and rhythm. And does this one have an interesting rhythm and style! The bass, piano, and guitar, have very interesting rhythm parts that may be a little Latin, a little Zydeco, and with a little swing! Unusual…But does it work!. The first chorus is a solo for the alto, the 2nd chorus is a solo for the trumpet and the last chorus is the bari or bone lead with harmonies trading back and forth with the alto and trumpet. If you need a tenor part just let us know. Key: Eb  SAMPLE
Comment: As an arranger every once in a while you write a chart that just turns out to be better than you could have ever hoped.  This is one of those.  I love playing it!
 214-R Summertime LEAD SECTIONS A LITTLE DIFFICULT. BUT WHAT'S WORTH IT, IN LIFE, THAT ISN'T?
 591-J Summertime
String Quartet
STRING QUARTET
 716-S Summertime 
V
ocal
 (standard S instrumentation) THIS ARRANGEMENT IS A VOCAL FEATURE, BUT THERE IS ALSO ROOM FOR IMPROVISING. BEGINS SLOWLY AS A VOCAL, CHANGES TO A FASTER TEMPO FOR SOLOING, AND FINALLY RETURNS TO THE SLOWER TEMPO AT THE END.  NICE SHOWCASE PIECE. MODERATELY DIFFICULT.   Key:  F
 739-M Sunburst Rag
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet This rag has a more varied bass line than many, bold runs, and several on-beat chord progressions. The combination is unbeatable. Separate SATB and AATB versions. Key: Ab/Db  SAMPLE
 613-R SUNDAY SONG FOR 2 0R 3 SAXES, TRUMPET, TROMBONE (OPT.), AND RHYTHM. A VERY WELL DONE CHART. NICE MELODY, NICE HARMONIES, (IN SUPER SAX STYLE), AND A NICE PART FOR THE RHYTHM SECTION. 2nd CHORUS OPEN FOR SOLOS.
 674-D SURFIN' MEDLEY
  (BEACH BOY'S MEDLEY)
SURFIN' MEDLEY-TAKE CARE OF ALL OF THOSE BEACH BOYS REQUESTS AT ONCE. THIS MEDLEY INCLUDES "I GET AROUND," "FUN, FUN, FUN," "SURFIN' USA," AND "SURFIN' SAFARI." NO SOLOS AND CAN BE USED WITHOUT THE BONE AND 2nd TRUMPET. SAMPLE
 215-T SWEETEST SOUNDS A VERY NICE JAZZ WALTZ
 717-S SWEET GEORGIA BROWN  (standard S instrumentation) THIS INSTRUMENTAL ARRANGEMENT FEATURES FINE ENSEMBLE WRITING, INCLUDING A CHASE CHORUS, BUT ALSO AFFORDS THE OPPORTUNITY TO IMPROVISE. MODERATELY DIFFICULT. Key: Ab
 326-W SWEET GEORGIA BROWN  
 295-T SWEET LORAINE       A WELL DONE CHART FOR TWO CLARINETS OR ALTO, TENOR IN ANY COMBINATION, BRASS & RHYTHM.
 216-O SWEETHEART OF SIGMUND FREUD ARRANGED FOR AND PLAYED BY SHORTY ROGERS. UP TEMPO.
 279-R SWING IT! AN OUTSTANDING SWING ARRANGEMENT. IT SOUNDS FAMILIAR AND REALLY ROCKS, BUT IT'S PROBABLY SOMETHING MOST HAVE NOT HEARD. SAMPLE
 652-R SWING MEDLEY "A" TRAIN-BEGINNING TO SEE THE LIGHT-FLAT-FOOT FLOOZY. FOR PIANO (RHYTHM),  AND TRUMPET OR TENOR.
 589-J    S’WONDERFUL FOR TRUMPET, TENOR, BARI, BONE, AND RHYTHM.
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