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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.
 662-D TAKE FIVE WRITTEN FOR ALTO AND 2 TENORS PLUS 3 BRASS AND RHYTHM. FEATURES THE ALTO THROUGHOUT A LA PAUL DESMOND. THE CHART IS WRITTEN IN Fm. THE ORIGINAL KEY WAS Ebm, BUT WHO WANTS TO CONTEND WITH SIX FLATS! I KNOW I DON'T. ALSO AVAILABLE FOR JAZZ OCTET (ALTO, TENOR, BARI, TRUMPET, BONE, AND RHYTHM). OCTET VERSION IS AVAILABLE IN Fm OR THE ORIGINAL Ebm. (See below)  SAMPLE
776-D Take Five For Jazz Octet (alto, tenor, 2nd tenor or bone, bari, trumpet, and rhythm).  In the original key of Ebm
777-D Take Five For Jazz Octet (alto, tenor, 2nd tenor or bone, bari, trumpet, and rhythm). SAA only in the easier key of Fm.
775-D Take Five   Sax Quintet For Saxophone Quintet.  Scored for: AATTB+Rhythm (piano and or guitar, bass, and drums).  Otherwise SAA (Same as above). Original key of Ebm.  SAMPLE
767-D Take Five   Sax Quintet For Saxophone Quintet.  Scored for: AATTB+Rhythm (piano and or guitar, bass, and drums).  Otherwise SAA. 
Easier key of Fm. SAMPLE
 402-W TAKE THE "A" TRAIN  
 482-D TALK OF THE TOWN-ETC.-MEDLEY BALLADS. "TALK OF THE TOWN", "LITTLE THINGS MEAN A LOT", AND "BECAUSE OF YOU". SAMPLE
 293-W TASTE OF HONEY            AVERY NICE CHART THAT FEATURES THE TRUMPET.
 217-T TD MEDLEY-MARIE,
BOOGIE WOOGIE,
SONG OF INDIA
SOME VERY INTERESTING STUFF HERE. VERY ENTERTAINING MEDLEY FOR THE AUDIENCE.
 510-R TEDDY THE TOAD A NEAL HEFTI TUNE DONE IN A LAZY SWING STYLE. A DAMN FINE CHART. VERY LAID BACK. NOT HEARD MUCH.
 218-W TEA FOR TWO CHA-CHA
 219-T TENDERLY IN 4/4
 493-D TENDERLY THIS IS NOT YOUR TYPICAL TENOR BAND APPROACH. IT HAS MORE MODERN CHORD SUBSTITUTIONS, AND FEATURES THE BONE. THE TROMBONE AND 2nd TRUMPET ARE NOT OPTIONAL ON THIS ONE. SAMPLE
 220-O TENDERLY GEEZ, THIS GUY SURE DOES NICE ARRANGEMENTS.
 221-W TENDERLY THIS IS THE EASIEST OF THE FOUR. BUT HAS NICE HARMONIES & SOUNDS AS GOOD AS YOU MAKE IT. A WALTZ.
 222-W TENNESSEE WALTZ NICE COUNTRY WALTZ
 431-R THANKS FOR THE MEMORY A SIMPLE ARRANGEMENT WITH NICE TIGHT HARMONIES THAT CAN BE USED AS A SINGLE CHORUS CLOSER, OR AS A 3 CHORUS CHART COMPLETE WITH SECOND CHORUS SOLOS. OR YOU CAN DO A VOCAL IN THE SECOND CHORUS.
 223-T THAT LOOK OF LOVE WEST COAST STYLE. KIND OF FUN TO PLAY.
894-R That 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.
 405-W THAT'S AN IRISH LULLABY  Not available at this time.  It is in rewrite to add some parts.
 406-W THAT SLIDING TROMBONE MAN 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)
806-V (The) Way You Look Tonight
String Quartet
String Quartet. This is a classic swing tune from the movie "Swing Time" released in 1936. The feel should be relatively "easy" and danceable. The harmonies are fairly standard but the rhythmic figures have been altered to keep the "accompaniment" from feeling choppy. That being said, the quarter tied to a half note figure should be articulated separately with a slight accent on the half note but with the same bow direction instead of separate directions. The first part can be played by either violin or flute.
828-D (The) Way You Look Tonight Starts in Eb, goes to F for the last chorus. Written for alto, tenor, bari, 2 trumpets, 1 bone (optional 2nd bone part available), and rhythm. There are short trumpet and tenor solos. No need for flowery prose here, because these are the greatest arrangements ever!  Oops!...Where did that flowery prose come from!  Sample
 225-R (THE) WAY YOU LOOK
TONIGHT
ANOTHER LAID BACK TUNE.  YOU CAN VARY THE TEMPO EASILY.  LAST TIME I PLAYED IT AT A GIG, WE WERE ASKED TO REPEAT IT TWICE!
 226-O THEN I'LL BE TIRED
OF YOU
ANOTHER CHART DONE FOR KENTON. AND ANOTHER EXCELLENT CHART FOR YOUR GROUP. This arrangement was featured on Stan Kenton's "The Ballad Style of Kenton" album, but otherwise the sheet music has never been published.
808-D There's A Kind of Hush Written for alto, tenor, bari, 2 trumpets, 1 bone and rhythm. In Bb. No solos. Sample
 499-D THERE WILL NEVER BE ANOTHER YOU AN UP-TEMPO TREATMENT. GOOD FOR ENSEMBLE IN, SOLOS, ENSEMBLE OUT. MEDLEY MAKER. SAMPLE
 592-BB THESE FOOLISH THINGS A “-J” ARRANGEMENT. A GREAT DANCE CHART THAT IS SHORT BUT SWEET. FEATURES LEAD TRUMPET AND PIANO.
 407-W THESE FOOLISH THINGS  
967-M Thinking of My childhood Days
Sax Trio
Saxophone trio. I(S/A), II(A/T), III(Bari). A Joplin song that will be a nice contrast to other ragtime pieces because of its lack of syncopation. Key Bb. Joplin's original title was not politically correct for today, so the title was changed. This arrangement prints so every player can see all three parts, making it easy to stay together. Mix and match to fit the horns you have. So long as each line gets played, you're all set.
 593-J THIS GUYS IN LOVE WITH YOU 
Trombone Quartet
FOR A BONE QUARTET WITH RHYTHM. THIS ONE IS A SLOW SWING CHART, WITH BEAUTIFUL VOICINGS, AND PIANO INTERLUDES.
901-R This Is My Country
Dixieland
Dixieland.  A medley of "This Is My Country" and "You're A Grand Ol' Flag". The first chorus of "My Country" is played pretty straight, maybe even like a concert band. Then it steps off into a Dixie style rendition of "You're A Grand Ol' Flag" played up tempo and hot!
968-M This Is My Father's World
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet: I(S/A), II(A), III(T), IV(T/B) Keys Eb/Ab/Db. An arrangement of the hymn tunes, “Terra Beata” and “Dix”. This arrangement takes the two hymn tunes, both originally in 4/4, and puts them in anything BUT that time signature as they venture into 5/4 and 3/4.. Once they're finally allowed back into their four-square mold, they're forced to become partner songs. Traditional enough for church, but steps out of the ordinary enough to satisfy a saxophone's rebel spirit.
 611-R THIS LAND IS YOUR LAND  Dixieland DIXIE STYLE.  FOR CLARINET, BARI/BONE, TENOR, TRUMPET, BASS/TUBA, PIANO AND RHYTHM. THIS ONE REALLY MOVES. YOU CAN HAVE AN OPEN MIDDLE CHORUS FOR SOLOS. DID YOU KNOW THE ORIGINAL TITLE OF THIS WAS "GOD BLESSED AMERICA"?   WOODIE GUTHRIE CHANGED IT AFTER IRVING'S SONG  (WHICH CAME LATER)  BECAME MORE POPULAR.  SAMPLE
 250-W THIS MASQUERADE NICELY DONE VERSION OF THE LEON RUSSELL TUNE. FOR SMALL COMBOS
873-R Those Were the Days Maybe a little Klesmer, maybe a little polka, and maybe a lot of fun. If you have ever been asked to play "Havah" at a gig, instead you play this one. Not just a novelty this one, it has a lot going on but still stays true to the Jewish (Hora) style with a melody that everyone will recognize. For clarinet, optional tenor (just ask), bari or bone, trumpet and rhythm.
 227-O THREE MEN ON A RIFF OUTSTANDING ARR. DONE BY THE SAME PERSON THAT DID KENTON'S CHART. DOWN AND DIRTY.
 494-D TICO-TICO A SAMBA! THE PIANO PART IS FULLY ARRANGED. SAMBA RHYTHM PATTERNS FOR GUIRO, CHOCOLO, AND CABAZA, ARE SHOWN ON THE HORN PARTS SO THEY CAN SCRATCH AND SHAKE WHEN NOT PLAYING THEIR HORNS.  (I KNOW. THE HORN PLAYERS DO THAT EVEN WHEN IT'S NOT WRITTEN IN.)   SAMPLE
821-D Tico-Tico
Sax Quintet
Saxophone Quintet. Written for 5 saxes (AATTB) and rhythm section.  It is a Samba, written in C, and there are no solos. SAMPLE
 408-W TIE A YELLOW RIBBON  
861-F Tiger Rag
Dixieland
Dixie style.  The famous Dixieland song arranged for three saxophones (soprano or alto, alto or tenor, and tenor), two trumpets, 1-2 trombones, piano, bass and drums (yes, the drum part is written out). Ignore the SAMPLE, all of the tunes are included (all 156 measures, and that's not counting the repeats). The trombone is featured (of course), but there are also trumpet and saxophone solos.  SAMPLE
 594-J TIME AFTER TIME VOCAL A VOCAL SWINGER FOR “POPS” CHOIR. HAS SOPRANO, ALTO, TENOR, BARITONE PARTS, WITH PIANO, BASS AND DRUMS.
 595-J TIME AFTER TIME FOR TRUMPET, TENOR, BARI, BONE, AND RHYTHM
 596-J TIME AFTER TIME FOR TRUMPET, TENOR, BONE, AND RHYTHM
 511-R TIN ROOF BLUES A SUPER BLUES CHART. HAS A SECOND CHORUS SOLO FOR WHOEVER WANTS TO TAKE IT. THERE IS ALSO A CLARINET PART (WHICH CAN BE COVERED WITH SOPRANO OR TENOR SAX) THAT HAS AN INTERESTING COUNTER MELODY.
 409-W TIS AUTUMN  
895-R To All The Girls I've Loved Before This is an up-tempo (but still laid back) version of the great ballad by Willy and Julio. 
An arranger can write ten very nice arrangements in a row and out of those one of them will be better than you had ever imagined. This is one of those. The lead is with the muted trumpet and alto. The tenor has a little counter-melody and the lead at the end. If you want a bone part let us know and we will provide it for you. There is a terrific bass and piano part. What really makes this chart work, though, is the guitar counter-melody part that comes with it. It works without a guitar but is truly wonderful with it.  SAMPLE
 228-O TONI DITTO!
 229-T TONIGHT LATIN STYLE  When done with a Beguine or Rhumba rhythm this is a very, very nice arrangement.  The potential for solos is there along with some neat arranging.
 410-W TO YOU SWEETHEART, ALOHA  
 495-D TOO FAT POLKA THIS IS LABELED "PIP" (FOR POLITICALLY INCORRECT POLKA). EASY TO PLAY EXCEPT FOR SOME QUICK FIGURES IN THE BASS PART. SAMPLE
 412-W TOO FAT POLKA
 496-D TOO YOUNG WELCOME TO 1951! FEATURES 50s "ROCK BASS" AND DRUM FIGURES. A MOSTLY ENSEMBLE CHART WITH A TENOR SOLO. SAMPLE
 634-R (THE) TOUCH FOR TRUMPET, BONE, ALTO, TENOR, BARI, PIANO, AND RHYTHM. A NICE DANCEABLE BALLAD. NICE PARTS FOR ALL OF THE INSTRUMENTS. BARI AND BONE CAN BE DROPPED.
 671-D TRES TIJUANAS THREE TUNES FEATURING THE 2 TRUMPETS: SPANISH FLEA, A TASTE OF HONEY, AND MEXICAN SHUFFLE. IT IS WRITTEN AS A CALYPSO, BUT CAN BE PLAYED AS A GENERIC RHUMBA, OR EVEN A BASIC 2-BEAT A LA HERB AND THE BOYS. THE CHART CAN BE PLAYED WITHOUT THE 2nd TRUMPET, BUT THE TROMBONE IS NEEDED. SAMPLE
 726-J TRISTE  
Percussion ensemble
Percussion ensemble. A big step for us! A totally different style/instrumentation of arrangement. This one is great! For 2 marimbas , traps, electric bass , conga and clave . 
 668-D TRUE LOVE Waltz/vocal VERY EASY TO PLAY SLOW WALTZ VOCAL IN Eb. NO INSTRUMENTAL SOLOS, THE SINGER IS THE WHOLE SHOW. SAMPLE
 411-W TRY A LITTLE TENDERNESS  
926-L Tuba Two, Volume One
Tuba Duet
Tuba duet. A medley of "Joy to the World", "Up On the Housetop" and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". Now there may be a great many other websites that carry sheet music out there but how many have Tuba Duet sheet music.  This shows you that we are still "Outstanding and Unique".
926-L Tuba Two, Volume Two
Tuba Duet
Tuba Duet. A medley of "Angels We Have Heard On High", "What Child is This?" and "Hark the Herald Angels Sing."
 380-R TUMBLING TUMBLEWEEDS INSTRUMENTAL OR VOCAL. AS A VOCAL IT IS BEST AS A DUET WITH A RHYTHM BACKGROUND. THIS CHART IS IN A SWING STYLE WITH GREAT HARMONIES.
 230-W TUXEDO JUNCTION A LITTLE EASIER BUT VERY NICE.
 231-O TUXEDO JUNCTION MORE DIFFICULT BUT IT'S WORTH IT. THE NICEST ARRANGEMENT OF THIS TUNE THAT I HAVE EVER PLAYED.
 522-BB TUXEDO JUNCTION THIS WAS DONE BY THE SAME ARRANGER AS ABOVE. IT WAS DONE IN THE ORIGINAL TEMPO FOR STAN KENTON. HAS AN INTERESTING "DROP ON 4" INTRO WITH THE TROMBONES, AND ALSO A UNIQUE SAX MELODY AND TRUMPET PART. OF COURSE IT ALSO HAS A GREAT "UP IN THE AIR" KENTON ENDING! KENTON WAS BIG ON THE NON-RESOLUTION ENDING.
832-BB Tuxedo Junction  An "-O" arrangement.  Kind of features the trombone section, beginning with the Intro that has a "drop 4" pick-up beat feel right at the beginning (which is why the other parts have a 9 measure (instead of 8) rest before letter A.  This is repeated at the last 8 bars with a big crescendo on the final measure/note.  This chart is quite accessible for most high school and above stage bands.
759-R T.V. Madness I Some fun for your group! Everyone has their favorite TV or Movie theme song. Each arrangement includes from 5 to 6 short vignettes (how is that for a word.  I am not just another pretty face). For Alto/clarinet, tenor or sometimes bari, trumpet, piano and rhythm. This one is: OO7, Addams Family, Andy (Griffith), Barnabus (Quentin's Theme), Brady Bunch, & Cantina (Star Wars).  Each one also comes with "March to the Movies" a 20th Century Fox fanfare to be used as a lead in.
760-R T.V. Madness II SAA except this one has: Jeopardy, Hogan's Heroes, I Love Lucy, Itchy & Scratchy (The Simpsons), The Lone Ranger, & Love Boat.  
761-R T.V. Madness III SAA except this one has: The Magnificent Seven, Mr. Ed, Mr. Lucky, The Munsters, Perry Mason, & Quincy.
762-R T.V. Madness IV SAA except this one has: Rocky & Bullwinkle, The Man From U.N.C.L.E., WKRP, Cheers, Dick VanDyke, & Hawaii 50.
768-R T.V. Madness V SAA except this one has: Dukes of Hazzard, Get Smart, Gilligan, The Great Escape, Happy Days, Harry Lime (The Third Man Theme).
769-R T.V. Madness VI SAA except this one has: Hill St. Blues The Honeymooners, L.A. Law, Popeye, Scooby Doo, The 3 Stooges.
770-R T.V. Madness VII SAA except this one has: Flipper, Green Acres, Gunsmoke, The Muppets, Spiderman-1960's, Superman-1958.
 529-D 12TH ST. RAG THIS IS A STRAIGHT-FORWARD ARRANGEMENT. THERE ARE AD-LIB PIANO AND TRUMPET SOLOS, AND AD-LIB DRUM FILLS TO KICK THE LAST CHORUS. SAMPLE
 597-BB TWO FOR THE ROAD A “-J” CHART. UP TEMPO BOSSA ARRANGEMENT WITH FLUGEL HORN FEATURE, AND PIANO SOLO.  ALTO AND TENOR SAXES ARE ALSO FEATURED ON THE FLUTE.
 232-O UNDECIDED THESE ARE TERRIFIC ARRANGEMENTS. NO ONE DOES BETTER.
 413-W UNDECIDED  
819-V Unchained Melody
String Quartet
   String Quartet. Everyone knows this Alex North ballad and it appeals to every age group. The arranger did this one for his wife because it is one of her favorites "oldies" ballads.  Editor: It is just a great tune, forget this "oldies" stuff.   SAMPLE
 515-R Unchained Melody Nothing fancy as long as you don't discount the fact that this is a fine arrangement. This is kind of a tenor feature.  The leads go back and forth between the alto, tenor, and trumpet. For alto, tenor, trumpet, and rhythm.  In "C".
 414-W UNFORGETTABLE  
 233-R UNFORGETTABLE NICE STYLING, PEOPLE LOVE THIS VERSION
 670-D VALSE PARISIAN 
Waltz
VISIONS OF INTIMATE LITTLE LEFT BANK CAFES, STROLLING DOWN THE PROMENADE IN NICE--BUT I DIGRESS! IF YOU NEED A BRIGHT WALTZ FOR YOUR SERIOUS BALLROOM DANCERS, THIS IS THE ONE. THREE CHANTEUSE (editor: I had to look up the meaning of that one) SONGS, "DOMINO," "PIGALLE," AND "UNDER PARIS SKIES" FEATURING MOSTLY THE SAX SECTION. IT IS WRITTEN FOR ALTO AND TWO TENORS, AND CAN BE USED WITHOUT THE TROMBONE AND 2nd TRUMPET. SAMPLE
774-M Variety Rag (1912)
Sax Quartet
Saxophone quartet .A rag with, well, variety! The melody gets played by a variety of players, and there are several running parts to keep everything interesting. Scored for SATB or AATB. Keys: F/Bb  SAMPLE
 234-O Velvet Mood Very laid back tune with openings for solos.
 235-W VIA CON DIOS I SUPPOSE YOU COULD USE THIS AS A CLOSER, IT IS DEFINITELY NOT AN OPENER.
 415-W VOLARE  Vocal  
 236-W WABASH BLUES I LOVE THIS ONE, BUT DON'T MAKE THE MISTAKE OF PLAYING IT TOO FAST.
 237-T WAGON WHEELS IF YOU HAVE PEOPLE BUGGIN' YOU TO PLAY A COUNTRY TUNE, PLAY THIS ONE. IT'S FUN AND THEY WON'T ASK YOU AGAIN!
773-M Wall Street Rag (1909)
Sax Quartet
Saxophone quartet.  Joplin included text to describe each section of this piece, describing stock brokers’ moods changing from melancholy in a bear market to carefree during a bull market by the end of the piece. We hope this arrangement does the same for players and audience alike.
Scored for SATB or AATB. Keys: C/F  SAMPLE
 416-W WALKIN' MY BABY BACK HOME  
891-R Waltzing Matilda 4/4 Waltzing Matilda in 4/4. Why? I asked the arranger, and he said because he felt like it. It's the old bulldog syndrome. Why does a bulldog lick its parts? Because it can!. So there you are! Because he can...That's the reason he wrote Waltzing Matilda in 4/4. Not a bad chart, however.  For alto, tenor, trumpet, and rhythm.  In Eb
 653-R WALTZ MEDLEY  Waltz WALTZ. FASCINATION-TRY TO REMEMBER-WHERE IS YOUR HEART. FOR TENOR, BONE, TRUMPET, AND RHYTHM.
 598-BB WATCH WHAT HAPPENS A "-J" ARRANGEMENT. A BOSSA CHART FOR BIG BAND. 5/4/4 THE REEDS USE 2 CLARINETS, 2 FLUTES, AND TENOR. THERE ARE SOLOS FOR THE FLUGEL HORN AND TENOR.
826-R Watch What Happens A super nice Bossa chart for a 3 horn combo. Features the Bari sax (but we can sub a tenor in its place if we have to). Very interesting syncopation in the bridge ala Duke Ellington, who said; "It's not the notes that count so much, but the space between them". You'll love this one.
 284-W WAY DOWN YONDER
IN NEW ORLEANS
DIXIE
DIXIE. A VERY WELL DONE CHART. EASIER TO PLAY, BUT WILL SOUND AS GOOD AS YOU WANT IT.
806-V (The) Way You Look Tonight

String Quartet

String Quartet.  This is a classic swing tune from the movie "Swing Time" released in 1936. The feel should be relatively "easy" and danceable. The harmonies are fairly standard but the rhythmic figures have been altered to keep the "accompaniment" from feeling choppy. That being said, the quarter tied to a half note figure should be articulated separately with a slight accent on the half note but with the same bow direction instead of separate directions. The first part can be played by either violin or flute. SAMPLE
828-D (The) Way You Look Tonight Starts in Eb, goes to F for the last chorus. Written for alto, tenor, bari, 
2 trumpets, 1 bone (optional 2nd bone part available), and rhythm. There are short trumpet and tenor solos. No need for flowery prose here, because these are the greatest most wonderful arrangements ever! Oops!...Where did that flowery prose come from!  Sample
 225-R (THE) WAY YOU LOOK TONIGHT ANOTHER LAID BACK TUNE. YOU CAN VARY THE TEMPO EASILY. LAST TIME I PLAYED IT AT A GIG, WE WERE ASKED TO REPEAT IT TWICE!
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.
 417-W WE'LL MEET AGAIN Not available at this time.  In for rewrite to make more readable copies.
 618-R WE'RE OFF TO SEE THE WIZARD  Waltz A LOT OF INTERESTING HARMONIES IN THE HORNS. A NICE JAZZ WALTZ!
 418-W WESTERN MEDLEY  
 238-O WHAT A DIFFERENCE
A DAY MADE
A REALLY GREAT MAMBO!
 626-J WHAT ARE YOU DOING THE REST OF YOUR LIFE Piano Solo A PIANO SOLO CHART.
610-BB WHAT ARE OF YOU DOING THE REST OF YOUR LIFE A "-J" ARRANGEMENT.  FOR A BIG BAND/SMALL ORCHESTRA. WRITTEN FOR 4 FLUTES, 4 TRUMPETS, 4 HORNS, ALTO, 4 BONES, STRINGS, BASS, AND DRUMS.
 239-R WHAT A WONDERFUL
WORLD
ONE OF MY PERSONAL FAVORITES. SOLO SECTION CAN BE DONE AS A VOCAL.  IT CAN ALSO BE PLAYED UP-TEMPO FOR A DIFFERENT EFFECT.
 599-BB WHAT’LL I DO?   WALTZ A "-J" ARRANGEMENT. AN ALTO FEATURE FOR 2 FLUTES, 2 CLARINETS, 3 TRUMPETS, 3 TROMBONES, AND RHYTHM.
 240-O WHAT IS THERE TO SAY A SLOW BALLAD WITH A PRODUCTION INTRO. OUTSTANDING ARR. DONE FOR KENTON.
 622-R WHAT ARE YOU DOING NEW YEARS IF YOU HAVE NEW YEARS GIG AND YOU WANT TO SKIP ALL OF THE OTHER JUNK, JUST PLAY THIS. A NICELY DONE CHART WITH A FEW THINGS GOING ON IN THE BACKGROUND.
 419-W WHAT ARE YOU DOING NEW YEARS  
 420-W WHAT CAN I SAY  
 421-W WHAT'LL I DO  
887-BB What You Ain't A "-D" arrangement. Big-band chart (5,4,4,3) in Ab. An original up-tempo tune based mostly on the changes to "All the Things You Are." Thus the title; "What You Ain't." The middle chorus repeats as often as needed for additional solos. This is a hard driving swinger that is a good showcase for your jazz soloists.  SAMPLE
916-D What You Ain't
Sax Quintet
Written for saxophone quintet (AATTB) and rhythm section. This is an original tune by the "D" arranger and is based primarily on changes for "All the Things You Are." It is a "header" arrangement, in that the middle section can be repeated for unlimited ad-lib solos.  SAMPLE
 725-R WHEN I'M 64 (Dixie) 
 Dixie
Dixieland style. A really sweet Traditional Jazz arrangement. There is something going on with this chart everywhere. Middle chorus is open for solos, or you can turn the middle chorus into a sing-a-long. This is one of those charts where you jump in and hang on! Key: C
 422-W WHEN IRISH EYES ARE SMILING Not available at this time-In for rewrite.
825-R When I See
An Elephant Fly
This one is a lot of fun. It sounds like a full orchestral arrangement (it is a combo chart, though) in the first chorus with a lot of nice jazzy changes. In the 2nd chorus the arranger thinks you should do a "Masterpiece theater" type reading of the lyrics. Notice I said reading, not singing. Do a serious reading of such lyrics as; "I saw a peanut stand, heard a rubber band, I saw a needle that winked its eye." It makes for a lot of fun! The third chorus and out has a back and forth on the melody with the horns and some interesting counter-melody going on. Yea!...Dumbo!
 294-W WHEN IT’S SLEEPY
TIME DOWN SOUTH 
A SMOOTH BALLAD.
 282-R WHEN JOHNNY COMES MARCHING HOME AGAIN    Dixie A REMARKABLE DIXIE PIECE. BEGINS SLOW & SOULFUL, THEN MOVES INTO AN ALL OUT FULL FLEDGED DIXIELAND FREE-FOR-ALL. AN AUDIENCE PLEASER. .SAMPLE
746-D When Sunny Gets Blue A pretty ballad with very nice chord changes.  This chart uses lead alto with two tenors and has short solos for trumpet, alto and tenor: and can be used without the trombone and 2nd trumpet if necessary. SAMPLE
904-D When Sunny Gets Blue
Sax Quintet
Saxophone Quintet.  Written for 5 saxes (AATTB) and rhythm section.  Ad-lib solos for 1st tenor and both altos. SAMPLE
747-D When Sunny Gets Blue Same as above, only in an octet version. SAMPLE
 241-W WHEN MY SUGAR
WALKS DOWN
THE STREET     Dixie
DIXIE STYLE
 497-D WHEN THE SAINTS GO MARCHIN' IN    DIXIE DIXIELAND STYLE-REQUIRING CLARINET FROM 1ST TENOR. SOLOS FOR TRUMPET, TENOR, CLARINET, AND TROMBONE. ISN'T IT AMAZING THAT THIS IS THE ONLY ARRANGEMENT OF THIS TUNE THAT WE HAVE! AREN'T YOU GLAD? SAMPLE
 718-S WHEN YOU'RE SMILING  (standard S instrumentation) THIS ARRANGEMENT PRESENTS THIS ENDURING TUNE IN TWO SEGMENTS - FIRST, A SLOW, SEDATE, MODERN JAZZ CHORUS; THEN, SEVERAL UP TEMPO SWINGING CHORUSES. MODERATELY DIFFICULT. Key: Bb
 692-R WHEN YOU WISH UPON A STAR  Dixie DIXIE STYLE. YOU WON'T BELIEVE HOW WELL THIS WORKS AS A TRADITIONAL JAZZ (DIXIELAND) TUNE UNTIL YOU PLAY IT! A VERY NICE UP-TEMPO ARRANGEMENT OF A GREAT SONG. Key: Eb
 423-W WHEN YOU WORE A TULIP  
 424-W WHERE AM I GONNA LIVE WHEN I GET HOME  
 242-T WHERE OR WHEN WHO KNOWS?
 243-O WHO KNOWS MEDIUM SWING. A GREEAAATTTT CHART. IT USES THE THEME FROM WHAT'S MY LINE. (THAT WAS AN EARLY T.V. QUIZ SHOW). 
 244-W WHO'S SORRY NOW? NO ONE THAT PLAYS THIS ONE IS SORRY.
 600-J (THE) WIND BENEATH MY WINGS String Trio FOR A STRING TRIO.
 601-J (THE) WIND BENEATH MY WINGS  String Quartet STRING QUARTET
 245-O WITH THE WIND & THE
RAIN IN HER HAIR
ANOTHER CHART DONE FOR KENTON WITH WONDERFUL COUNTERPOINT. THESE CHARTS REALLY SWING!
 425-W WITCHCRAFT A VERY NICE CHART DONE WITH THE BARI SAX IN MIND. IF YOU DON'T HAVE A BARI AN ALTO WILL WORK.
 246-D Woodchopper's Ball   REMINISCENT OF THE WOODY HERMAN ARRANGEMENT. IT STARTS WITH CUP MUTED BRASS, AND FEATURES THE CLARINET, BUT ALSO HAS AD-LIB SOLOS FOR 2nd TENOR AND 2ND TRUMPET. THE CLARINET PLAYER NEEDS GOOD CHOPS FOR SEVERAL HIGH Fs AND Gs, BUT OTHERWISE NOT A DIFFICULT CHART. THE LAST COUPLE OF CHORUSES SWING HARD, AND IT SHOULD BE A GOOD CROWD PLEASER. SAMPLE
764-D Woodchopper's Ball  
 Sax Quintet
For a Saxophone Quintet.  Features the clarinet ala Woody Herman.  Otherwise SAA.  Scored for: AATTB+Rhythm
848-F Woodchopper's Ball   This version is for clarinet, alto, tenor, 2 trumpets, bone, and rhythm. There are solos for clarinet, trumpet, tenor and bass. Bass solo can be covered by piano if needed.
 247-W WORLD WAR II MEDLEY (Not available.--In rewrite)  DEEP PURPLE & A FEW OTHERS.
 687-D YAKETY SAX A FUN CROWD PLEASING NOVELTY TUNE MADE FAMOUS BY BOOTS RANDOLPH AND LATER AS BENNY HILL'S THEME SONG. A CHALLENGE FOR THE 1st TENOR WHO IS FEATURED THROUGHOUT, BUT NOT TOO DIFFICULT FOR EVERYONE ELSE. CAN BE USED WITHOUT THE TROMBONE AND THE 2nd TRUMPET. In G  SAMPLE
742-D Yardbird A swinging up-tempo Charlie Parker tune for jazz octet. (alto, tenor, bari, trumpet, bone, rhythm)  An alternate 2nd tenor part is included that can be used to replace the trombone. It is set up for unlimited solos. Key of C. SAMPLE
743-D Yardbird  Same as above only in a 9 piece version.  For: 2 trumpets, bone, alto, 2 tenors and rhythm. The bone and 2nd trumpet can be dropped. SAMPLE
 602-J YESTERDAY
String Quartet
A LOVELY BALLAD FOR A STRING QUARTET.
 639-D YESTERDAY A VERY NICE ARRANGEMENT WITH SOME INTERESTING CHORD PROGRESSIONS. A GREAT BASS PART, WITH A COOL BRIDGE USING THE SAXES AND BRASS. NEAT HARMONIES WITH A NICE MODULATION NEAR THE END. ALTO/TENOR/TENOR IS AVAILABLE IN LIEU OF 3 TENORS. SAMPLE
940-R Yesterday When I Was Young One of the nicer arrangements of a super melody from the country/pop area. Lush chords (nothing fancy because this tune would be ruined by complicated chords) that don't get in the way. This chart works best if there is a guitar involved, though the guitar part can be covered by the horns. Even though the trumpet and alto also have the leads, this really is an arrangement for a tenor and guitar to carry the leads and some solo and counter-melody work. There are very nice rhythm parts for the bass and piano that are integral to the whole chart. Written for alto, tenor, trump, and rhythm.
 655-R YOU AND THE NIGHT AND THE MUSIC FOR ALTO, TENOR, BONE, TENOR, TRUMPET, AND RHYTHM. NICE FULL SOUND IN A GREAT MOVIE THEME SONG.
 248-T YOU ARE MY SUNSHINE IF YOU LIKE THE PEOPLE THAT ASK FOR A COUNTRY TUNE, PLAY THIS. NICE JAZZ VERSION & GOOD FUN. ANDY WILLIAMS STYLE.
 603-J YOU ARE THE SUNSHINE OF MY LIFE FOR TRUMPET, TENOR, BONE, AND RHYTHM.
 654-R YOU ARE THE SUNSHINE OF MY LIFE LATIN-BOSSA/ROCK. FOR TENOR OR TRUMPET, PIANO AND BASS.
 426-W YOU MADE ME LOVE YOU (Not available--In rewrite)
 604-BB YOU MUST BELIEVE IN SPRING A "-J" ARRANGEMENT.  FOR 2 FLUTES, OBOE, 2 CLARINETS, 4 HORNS, STRINGS, AND RHYTHM.
 427-W YOU NEEDED ME  
 514-R YOUNG AT HEART A VERY NICE MELODY AND A VERY NICE CHART!
 627-J YOUNG AT HEART
Piano Solo
A PIANO SOLO CHART.
 483-D YOUNG AT HEART-MEDLEY 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
 249-R (the) YOUNG & RESTLESS JAZZ VERSION FOR THOSE SOAP ADDICTS. ALSO KNOWN AS NADIA'S THEME
 498-D YOUNG AND WARM AND WONDERFUL THE TITLE SAYS IT ALL!! NO WAIT THERE'S MORE. MEDIUM SLOW BALLAD FEATURING A TRUMPET SOLO, WITH SHORT SOLOS FOR TENOR AND BONE. TROMBONE AND 2ND TRUMPET ARE NEEDED. SAMPLE
 428-W YOU'RE A GRAND OLD FLAG  
840-R You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You
Dixie
Pretty straightforward chart for Clarinet (we can make it an alto if you like), Bari (can make it tenor if you like), Trumpet, Bone and Rhythm. There is a little counter melody in the Bari part with the trumpet as lead, and a little clarinet and bone comping, ala Dixieland style.
 429-W You're Nobody Till Somebody Loves You LATIN/RHUMBA
925-L You're the One This one has a written sax solo and was originally done by the Vogues.
 638-R YOUR CHEATIN' HEART STARTS WITH A VINTAGE JAZZ STYLE INTRO, THEN GOES INTO A 2 HORN HARMONY WITH A SAX ECHO OF THE MELODY FOR 16 BARS, WITH A 3 PART CLOSE HARMONY FOR THE REST OF THE 1ST CHORUS.  THE LAST CHORUS FEATURES A SAX COUNTER-MELODY. A SEMI COUNTRY/JAZZ TUNE GOES OVER WELL WITH ALL KINDS OF AUDIENCES.
 280-BB ZIP-A-DEE-DO-DAH AN “-R“ ARRANGEMENT. A VERY NICE UP TEMPO SWING VERSION, WITH A SAX SOLO SECTION. NO CHORD SYMBOLS ON THIS ONE, BUT YOU CAN FIGURE IT OUT. SAMPLE
  Our Holiday Selection  
803-BB All I Want For Christmas
Is My Two Front Teeth
This is a vocal "-D" arrangement in C for a child or a male vocalist doing falsetto.  Instrumentation is 5,4,4,4. It begins with the singer speaking the verse, followed by the chorus which is sung.  The middle section features the band swinging and driving hard, and then returns to the vocal.  There are no instrumental solos.  With a little showmanship this can be a real crowd pleaser.  SAMPLE
 301-W AULD LANG SYNE IF YOU PLAY A NEW YEARS GIG YOU MUST HAVE THIS ONE.
908-L Christmas is Coming Vince Guaraldi. No solos
955-M Christmas Lullaby
Brass Quartet
Brass Quartet. Trumpet I and II, Trombone, Tuba. Key Eb. A setting of the Basque carol "The Infant King," and "Joseph Dearest, Joseph Mine", with quotes of "Silent Night" "Away in a Manger" and "In Dulci Jubilo." 
956-M Christmas Lullaby
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet.  SATB/AATB, otherwise SAA (Same as above).
 615-BB CHRISTMAS MEDLEY A "-D" ARRANGEMENT. THREE CHRISTMAS CLASSICS; "I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS", "HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS", AND "WHITE CHRISTMAS'. LEAD CLARINET IN THE BARI SAX PART, A LA GLENN MILLER, AND SOLOS FOR 2nd TRUMPET AND 1st TENOR. SAMPLE
 445-W CHRISTMAS MEDLEY  
969-M Christmas Pastorale
Sax Sextet
Saxophone Sextet: AAATTB, Keys Eb/C. An Arrangement of “The Shepherds’ Farewell” by Hector Berlioz and “Gesu Bambino” by Pietro Yon. Relatively easy and with a full sound from 6 saxes, makes a great classic/classical piece for Christmas.
 621-BB CHRISTMAS
SONG
A "-D" ARRANGEMENT. THE ARRANGER SAYS I NEED TO WRITE THE "BLURB" DESCRIBING THIS CHART. SO HERE IT IS: NICELY DONE, WELL PUT TOGETHER, VERY PLAYABLE, OUTSTANDING. I HOPE HE'S HAPPY. (THESE REALLY ARE VERY NICE ARRANGEMENTS.) SAMPLE
 446-W CHRISTMAS SONG  
Vocal
 
909-L Christmastime is Here Vince Guaraldi. The sax and piano have written solos.
 676-D FELIZ NAVIDAD LATIN/RHUMBA. A MEDIUM TEMPO CHRISTMAS RHUMBA MADE POPULAR BY JOSE FELICIANO. NO SOLOS, AND CAN BE USED WITHOUT THE TROMBONE AND 2nd TRUMPET. IN "C". SAMPLE
 677-D FROSTY THE SNOWMAN MEDLEY MAKER. CAN BE USED WITHOUT THE BONE AND 2nd TRUMPET. EVERY PART HAS A LEAD SHEET WITH MELODY, CHORDS, AND LYRICS. SO CAN BE USED FOR SOLOS, VOCALS, GANG VOCALS, OR EVEN (HEAVEN FORBID) A SING-ALONG. IN "Eb" SAMPLE
 619-R Frosty (The Snowman)
Dixie
An up-tempo chart in a Dixieland style. This chart has a different and fun to play 8 bar intro and a very interesting 8 bar "Fine" with some very unusual chord changes. The clarinet and trumpet trade the lead back and forth and the same with the harmonies, while the Bari or bone have a quite nice counter melody going on.  The chorus can be open for solos if you wish. For clarinet (we can transpose this to alto for you if you like), tenor (can be dropped), trumpet, bari or bone, and rhythm.
 432-W FROSTY THE SNOWMAN  
 678-D GOD REST YE MERRY GENTLEMEN MEDLEY MAKER. CAN BE USED WITHOUT THE BONE AND 2nd TRUMPET. EVERY PART HAS A LEAD SHEET WITH MELODY, CHORDS, AND LYRICS. SO CAN BE USED FOR SOLOS, VOCALS, GANG VOCALS, OR EVEN (HEAVEN FORBID) A SING-ALONG. IN "Gm" SAMPLE
756-R The Grinch
Sax Quartet
Saxophone Quartet. Follows the original production number pretty much. A nice bari part, and the other 3 horns switch back and forth with very nice harmonies. For SATB or AATB.
757-R The Grinch SAA pretty much but with some very nice rhythm work and a little extra for the horns. For Clarinet or Soprano, Tenor, Bari or Bone, Trumpet, Piano and rhythm.
 434-W HARK  
 620-R HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS USES 2 CLARINETS FOR LEAD AND HARMONY. THE TRUMPET COMES IN FOR LEAD ALSO.
 435-W HAVE YOURSELF A MERRY LITTLE CHRISTMAS  
 696-BB HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS A "-D" ARRANGEMENT. A NICE SWINGING CHART IN Eb. A MIDDLE CHORUS CAN BE REPEATED FOR SOLOS AND VOCALS. SAMPLE
 436-W HERE COMES SANTA CLAUS  
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
 679-D HOLLY JOLLY CHRISTMAS MEDLEY MAKER. CAN BE USED WITHOUT THE BONE AND 2nd TRUMPET. EVERY PART HAS A LEAD SHEET WITH MELODY, CHORDS, AND LYRICS. SO CAN BE USED FOR SOLOS, VOCALS, GANG VOCALS, OR EVEN (HEAVEN FORBID) A SING-ALONG. IN "F" SAMPLE
 437-W I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS  
 438-R I'LL BE HOME FOR CHRISTMAS
Vocal
AC-DC. THIS IS PRETTY STRAIGHTFORWARD, EXCEPT FOR A NEAT COUNTER-MELODY FOR THE BARI (CAN BE SKIPPED OR PLAYED BY THE BONE OR ALTO).
 680-D IT'S BEGINNING TO LOOK A LOT LIKE CHRISTMAS MEDLEY MAKER. CAN BE USED WITHOUT THE BONE AND 2nd TRUMPET. EVERY PART HAS A LEAD SHEET WITH MELODY, CHORDS, AND LYRICS. SO CAN BE USED FOR SOLOS, VOCALS, GANG VOCALS, OR EVEN (HEAVEN FORBID) A SING-ALONG. IN "Bb" SAMPLE
 439-W IT'S BEGINNING TO LOOK A LOT LIKE CHRISTMAS  
 440-W JINGLE BELL ROCK  
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?
Dixie
Dixie Style.  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.  IN "F"  SAMPLE
 98-R Jingled Bells     
Dixie
 DIXIE STYLE X-MAS TUNE A LITTLE DIFFICULT BUT WORTH IT. SAMPLE
 502-D LET IT SNOW MEDIUM TEMPO TWO-BEAT. MEDLEY MAKER. SAMPLE
 144-R NOEL LATIN STYLE. VERY NICE!
807-R O Holy Night
Dixie
(Unavailable-in for re-write)  Dixieland style. A slow mournful 3/4 swing tempo arrangement done in the New Orleans Preservation Hall Jazz Band style. 
 441-W OH FAITHFUL PINE  
 681-D RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER MEDLEY MAKER. CAN BE USED WITHOUT THE BONE AND 2nd TRUMPET. EVERY PART HAS A LEAD SHEET WITH MELODY, CHORDS, AND LYRICS. SO CAN BE USED FOR SOLOS, VOCALS, GANG VOCALS, OR EVEN (HEAVEN FORBID) A SING-ALONG. IN "F" SAMPLE
 697-BB RUDOLPH THE RED NOSED REINDEER A "-D" ARRANGEMENT. FEATURES THE TROMBONE SECTION. A MIDDLE CHORUS CAN BE REPEATED FOR SOLOS AND VOCALS. IN "Bb" SAMPLE
 682-D SANTA CLAUS IS COMING TO TOWN MEDLEY MAKER. CAN BE USED WITHOUT THE BONE AND 2nd TRUMPET. EVERY PART HAS A LEAD SHEET WITH MELODY, CHORDS, AND LYRICS. SO CAN BE USED FOR SOLOS, VOCALS, GANG VOCALS, OR EVEN (HEAVEN FORBID) A SING-ALONG. IN "F" SAMPLE
 442-W SILVER BELLS  
 683-D Sleigh Ride
Dixie
A FUN UP-TEMPO DIXIELAND TREATMENT OF THIS CHRISTMAS TUNE. THE 2nd TRUMPET AND 3rd TENOR ARE OPTIONAL. IN FACT, IT WILL WORK FINE WITH JUST THE CLARINET, TRUMPET, TROMBONE, AND RHYTHM IF SOMEONE COVERS THE 2nd TENOR AD-LIB SOLO. THE CLARINET ALSO HAS A SOLO. IN "Bb" SAMPLE
923-L Sleigh Ride Leroy Anderson. No solos. This a terrific combo arrangement for alto, trumpet, bone and rhythm of Anderson's piece by Stephen Mangold
 512-R Toyland AN INTERESTING CHART! LEAD AND HARMONY IN FIRST CHORUS WITH A TENOR/TRUMPET COUNTER MELODY LEAD IN THE SECOND.
926-L Tuba Two, Volume One
Tuba Duet
Tuba duet. A medley of "Joy to the World", "Up On the Housetop" and "We Wish You a Merry Christmas". Now there may be a great many other websites that carry sheet music out there but how many have Tuba Duet sheet music.  This shows you that we are still "Outstanding and Unique".   We love the tuba!
927-L Tuba Two, Volume Two
Tuba Duet
Tuba Duet. A medley of "Angels We Have Heard On High", "What Child is This?" and "Hark the Herald Angels Sing."
 622-R WHAT ARE OF YOU DOING NEW YEARS IF YOU HAVE NEW YEARS GIG AND YOU WANT TO SKIP ALL OF THE OTHER JUNK, JUST PLAY THIS. A NICELY DONE CHART WITH A FEW THINGS GOING ON IN THE BACKGROUND.
 419-W WHAT ARE YOU DOING NEW YEARS  
 513-R WHAT CHILD IS THIS A NICE SIMPLE TUNE WITH A SHORT BOWED BASS PART (IF YOU HAVE A STAND-UP BASS).
 443-W WHITE CHRISTMAS  
 505-D WINTER WONDERLAND MEDIUM TEMPO 2 BEAT. MEDLEY MAKER. SAMPLE
 617-R WINTER WONDERLAND Vocal A THREE CHORUS CHART THAT HAS A MIDDLE CHORUS FOR EITHER VOCALS OR SOLOS. THE LAST CHORUS HAS A COOL TENOR SAX COUNTER-MELODY. SAMPLE
 444-W WINTER WONDERLAND  
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