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Blues On The March by J. Muston. For Concert Band. Marches / Modern Rhythmic Marches. Marching Series. Score and Parts. Published by Molenaar Edition (ML.015380020).
$66.95

Genres: Blues, Jazz & Blues
Blues On The March by J. Muston. For Fanfare Band. Marches / Modern Rhythmic Marches. Marching Series. Score and Parts. Published by Molenaar Edition (ML.025380020).
$66.95

Genres: Blues, Jazz & Blues
Blues For All by Tonny Eyk. For Big Band. Big Band Series. Score and Parts. Published by Molenaar Edition (ML.120032040).
$66.95

Genres: Blues, Jazz & Blues
Metodo/Chitarra Blues by Franco Morone. Standard notation. Published by Berben (PR.564022450). With Standard notation.
$66.95

Genres: Blues, Jazz & Blues
Yours Or Mine Or Blues by Pat La Barbera. Arranged by John La Barbera. Difficult. Published by Walrus Music Publishing (WA.55006). One of Pat La Barbera's newest compositions that is a cross between a C minor and an F minor blues with a couple of extra bars thrown in for good measure. Arranged by John. Solos for Trumpet, Trombone, and Tenor sax. As recorded by the John La Barbera Big Band on "Fantazm" on Jazz Compass.
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Jazz & Blues
Bluesis arranged by Ron Paley. Published by Walrus Music Publishing (WA.51140). Bluesis is a somewhat mischievous medium up tempo blues that features piano, bass, and drums. However, it really can feature anyone. After the heat it weaves its way through a series of twists and turns, through a band unison line, and arrives at a half time funk feel section only to be put to bed by a growling trumpet. Trumpet C, trombone A.
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Genres: Blues, Jazz & Blues
St. Louis Blues March by Glenn Miller. Arranged by Alan Glasscock. For big band. Swing. Medium. Full score and set of parts. Published by Lush Life (JL.LL-1005). This is the version performed by Miller's US Army Air Force band, and features Trumpet and Tenor solos, as originally played by Bobby Nichols and Vince Carbone. The fill-in alto solos (by Hank Freeman) are there too, as is a fully notated Drum part, exactly as played by Ray McKinley. This is the definitive St. Louis Blues, and a superb job of transcription has been done by Alan Glasscock which will enable your band to get the authentic sound. This chart is a huge improvement over the stock chart published many years ago and is a must-have for all lovers of Miller.
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Swingin' The Blues by Count Basie. Arranged by Myles Collins. For big band. Swing. Medium. Full score and set of parts. Published by Lush Life (JL.LL-1055). This is the Basie Band doing what it did best: Swinging The Blues. An up tempo chart that swings from beginning to end, with solo space for Trumpet, both Tenors, Piano and Drums. We have included an mp3 for download on the web site. It's just over 1 minute's worth of the arrangement, to give you a feel for the number. All solos and the Piano / Bass / Guitar parts are chord based. A nice punchy chart from the Basie book.
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Jazz Me Blues by Woody Herman. Arranged by Bob Martin. For big band. Swing. Medium Difficult. Full score and set of parts. Published by Lush Life (JL.LL-1059). This is pure Woody Herman, and a great transcription by Bob Martin of the original Nat Pierce chart. The Jazz Me Blues is an old dixieland tune of the 1920s, and this arrangement lifts it into a new sphere altogether. Written in the 'Four Brothers' style, it is scored for three Tenors, Baritone and Clarinet (though we include duplicate parts for Alto sax, making it playable by a standard section line-up with Tenor lead), with solo's for Cclarinet, Tenor and Trombone. With a nice arranging twist there is even a cameo passage of dixieland built into the final chorus, just to remind us where the tune originally came from. A cracking swing chart. Ranges: Trumpets 1-5 G6, D6, Bb5, G5 Trombones 1-4 G4, Gb4, E4, E4.
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Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Trumpet Blues And Cantabile by Harry James. Arranged by Myles Collins. For big band. Swing. Difficult. Full score and set of parts. Published by Lush Life (JL.LL-1063). A rip-snorting swing chart from the Harry James book. Trumpet Blues opens with a short band fanfare in half time, and then breaks into a driving swing boogie. The middle half-time Cantabile provides the contrast, but breaks back into swing boogie for the last choruses. A feature for your trumpet section, but be warned that they will need a few minutes to recover afterwards. You will need a good Trumpet section to play this arrangement. It is in the original Key of Bb, and modulates to D for the end choruses. A genuine crowd pleaser. Swing @ 180 - 210 b.p.m. Ranges: Trumpets 1-4 E6, D#6, B5, G#5 Trombones 1-4 Bb4, G4, F#4, F#.
$65.00

Instruments: B-Flat Trumpet, Trumpet, Brass
Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Basie's Blues In C arranged by Jon Harpin. For big band. Swing. Medium Difficult. Full score and set of parts. Published by Lush Life (JL.LL-1068). A superb original composition from Jon Harpin, featuring your Pianist and Trombone. Basie's Blues is a really laid-back number, but with plenty to interest all your players and any audience. This chart, whilst a tribute to the Count, is scored and voiced in a contemporary way, making it sound rich and full-bodied. It is also around 6 minutes long, so is great value. There is a long Sax passage that will need rehearsal, to get the phrasing and feel right. We have graded this as a 'medium/advanced' chart. The audio is just the first 2 minutes.Swing @ 100-120 b.p.m. Ranges: Trumpets 1-4: D6, B5, Bb5, Bb5 Trombones 1-4: A4, G4, E4, B3.
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Swingin' Shepherd Blues by Ted Heath. Arranged by Myles Collins. For big band. Swing. Medium Easy. Full score and set of parts. Published by Lush Life (JL.LL-1086). This version of Swingin' Shepherd Blues is transcribed from that played by the late, great Ted Heath. Unusually for a swing chart the tempo is pretty slow, but very effective nonetheless. This chart is a real contrast of dynamics, because it alternates from one or two reeds plus rhythm, to tutti fortissimo and back again. This arrangement makes a great concert piece and is equally suitable for strict tempo dancing. Lead Alto is on Soprano Sax throughout, and 2nd Alto is on Clarinet throughout. Trumpets 1-4 D6, B5, A5, F#5 Trombones 1-4 Bb4, G4, E4, E4.
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Alright, Okay, You Win by Joe Williams With Count Basie. Arranged by Myles Collins. For big band with male vocal. Swing Blues. Medium. Full score and set of parts. Published by Lush Life (JL.LL-2104). This version of Alright, Okay was done by Joe Williams with the Count Basie Orchestra and it is a very dancable bouncy shuffle that has a solid pulse. There is nothing complicated about the chart and it is a fine example of how to score an arrangement to feature your vocalist. There is also a great 8 bar bridge between the vocal choruses which gives a real kick to the middle of the arrangement. The Trombones are written for 3 Tenors and a Bass, though the Bass bone is in Tenor range. The vocal key is Ab and we have scored the vocal chart to reflect Joe Williams' performance. No sax doubles. Swing Shuffle @ 145 b.p.m. Ranges: Trumpets 1-4: E6, C#6, Bb5, Bb5 Trombones 1-4: B4, Ab4, Eb4, C4 Vocal key: Ab; Vocal Bb2 - F4 (12 steps).
$65.00

Instruments: Voice, Vocal
Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Blues On The Double by Count Basie. Arranged by Myles Collins. For big band. Swing. Medium. Full score and set of parts. Published by Lush Life (JL.LLM-1138). Blues on the Double is a very rare Count Basie chart. Written by Buck Clayton and generally more associated with the Ellington band, this Basie version swings harder and offers more solo opportunities for alto, trumpet and tenor. Perhaps unusually for a Basie chart there is no solo spot for piano, though you could swap for a sax solo if you wished. The chart is as per the recording sample, except that the trumpet solo has been swapped for the clarinet solo. There are no written sax doubles. This is a driving up-tempo swing dance chart.
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
The Birth Of The Blues by Louise Plowright. Arranged by Shaun Byrne. For big band with vocal. Swing. Medium Difficult. Full score and set of parts. Published by Jazz Lines Publications (JL.JLP-9057). Here is a great arrangement done by Shaun Byrne that is based on the recording done by Louise Plowright for the musical 'The Hot Shoe Shuffle.' After a brief 6-bar intro, the vocalist sings the first 8 bars of the verse colla voce with piano. The band is then cued in a tempo at 95 bpm. This features a lot of great ensemble writing including screaming trumpets (up to an optional F6 for tpts 1 and 2). 4 measures from the end there is a rallantando down to half time for the final 3 bars. This is just a superb chart to feature your female vocalist and proficient band. There are no sax doubles. The vocal key is Ab throughout.
$65.00

Instruments: Voice, Vocal
Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Blues March arranged by Benny Golson / Chris Sharp. For Jazz Band. Jalen Jazz Band. Big Band Standards. Grade 3 (Medium-Easy). Score and parts. Published by Jalen Publishing (JN.JJZ087). This big band standard made famous by Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers get's an updated treatment in this exciting chart. Featuring several famous march quotes infused into the classic blues theme you'll love the writing on this one.
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Standards, Jazz & Blues
Naptown Blues by Wes Montgomery Big Band. Edited by Jeffrey Sultanof. Arranged by Oliver Nelson. For jazz big band (2 alto saxophones, 2 tenor saxophones, baritone saxophone, 4 trumpets, 4 trombones, guitar, piano, bass, drums). Ranges: Trumpet 1 to F6, Trombone 1 to A4. Swing. Difficult. Score and parts. Published by Jazz Lines Publications (JL.JLP-8876). This Oliver Nelson arrangement was written for Wes Montgomery's 'Goin' Out of My Head' album of 1965. This is a great guitar showcase and features some very nice supporting ensemble passages. Trumpet 1 gets very high throughout (see the range below). There is an open guitar solo section. This would make a great festival piece to show off your guitarist.
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Twisted Blues by Wes Montgomery Big Band. Edited by Jeffrey Sultanof. Arranged by Oliver Nelson. For jazz big band (2 alto saxophones, 2 tenor saxophones, baritone saxophone, 4 trumpets, 4 trombones, guitar, piano, bass, drums). Ranges: Trumpet 1 to Ab6, Trumpet 2 to E6, Trombone 1 to A4. Swing. Difficult. Score and parts. Published by Jazz Lines Publications (JL.JLP-8863). This Oliver Nelson arrangement was written for Wes Montgomery's 'Goin' Out of My Head' album of 1965. This is a great guitar showcase and features some very nice supporting ensemble passages. Trumpet 1 gets very high throughout (see the range below). There is an open guitar solo section.
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Royal Garden Blues by Claude Thornhill. Edited by Jeffrey Sultanof. Arranged by Gil Evans. For big band (5/3/2/4). Swing. Difficult. Score and parts. Published by Jazz Lines Publications (JL.JLP-8457). Here is Gil Evans's arrangement of the Clarence and Spencer Williams classic blues standard Royal Garden Blues. This chart was written as a piano feature for Claude Thornhill. The reeds are arranged as: clarinet; alto saxophone/clarinet; tenor saxophone; tenor saxophone/bass clarinet; and baritone saxophone. The Horn in F part, arranged for two horns, is unison throughout. We have included trumpet 4 and trombone 3 parts that may serve as alternates for the horn part.
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Jazz & Blues, Swing, Smooth Jazz, Jazz
Whistle Blues by Benny Goodman. Edited by Jeffrey Sultanof. Arranged by Mary Lou Williams. For big band (5/3/3/4). Swing. Medium. Score and parts. Published by Jazz Lines Publications (JL.JLP-8889). Williams wrote Camel Hop and Roll 'Em for Benny Goodman while she was still with Andy Kirk’s band, and in late 1946, Williams started writing for him again. At the time, he had his own radio show with pianist Victor Borge, and in 1947, he would begin a new recording contract with Capitol Records. Goodman recorded Williams's Lonely Moments and Whistle Blues, a novelty that was recorded a few times during 1946 and 1947. Although the original parts exist for the Goodman version of Whistle Blues, we have decided to issue the stock arrangement of this piece instead. It is very similar to the recording made by Milt Orent’s orchestra for Moe Asch’s Disc label (Asch would later create the legendary Folkways label), and is a more interesting treatment of the material. The original publication has a bit of history. In 1947, Goodman’s publishing company Harman Music issued both Lonely Moments and Whistle Blues as octavo-sized stock arrangements with Goodman’s image on the cover. The copyright notices on both are credited to Harman, but this was an error. It is believed that Goodman thought that he was buying the copyrights themselves and released the stocks with that understanding, but Williams refused to sell them to him. Both publications were promptly withdrawn. I was fortunate to obtain copies of both from Gene Goodman, who ran Goodman’s publishing company (the actual owner of the company was Harry Goodman, who'd played bass for Benny during the thirties).
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Driftin' arranged by Dave Mills. For jazz band. Jalen Jazz Band. Blues / Swing. Medium easy. Score and set of parts. Published by Jalen Publishing (JN.JJZ108). This swingin' blues from the jazz master Herbie Hancock makes a great chart for High School Jazz Ensembles. After the melody, your trumpet soloist gets a chance to shine while improving or playing the transcribed version of Freddie Hubbard's orginal solo. It's a recap of the laid back melody that swings us out to the end. About 2011 Midwest Clinic Performance Pieces This title was performed at the 2011 Midwest Clinic, the largest band and choral educational conference in the United States. Over thirty performances are given each year by diverse ensembles of varying levels - elementary school, high school, college, military and more. Each performance title is carefully selected and represents the very best in educational sheet music. The Midwest Clinic aims to raise the standards of music education while supporting teachers and music educators.
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Central City Blues/Hello [Central City Sketches #1/2] by The American Jazz Orchestra. Edited by Jeffrey Sultanof and Rob DuBoff. Arranged by Benny Carter. For big band. Swing. Medium. Score and parts. Published by Jazz Lines Publications (JL.JLP-8286-87). In 1987, Benny Carter was invited to give a concert of his music with the American Jazz Orchestra. The concert would be a career retrospective: classic music he wrote in the 1930s and '40s, compositions from the '60s, including themes he'd written for motion pictures, and a suite composed specifically for the concert. This suite, Central City Sketches, and the resulting studio-recorded CD released by Musicmasters, were praised by critics who were thrilled that Carter was still creating beautiful, swinging music at the age of eighty. Jeffrey Sultanof was present at that concert, and can attest that the audience went wild when they heard this new music that often recalled Kansas City and the swing era. The sources for these publications are the original parts, which were heavily marked up with changes and corrections that were made prior to the premiere. In one case (People Time) a score that was engraved by Phil Woods was consulted. Movements 1 and 2 - Central City Blues segue to Hello: The suite opens with Central City Blues which segues into a Basie-styled Hello. Because the blues cannot be played as a separate composition, it is combined with Hello. Central City Blues has been marked as "low-down and dirty" by the editor, and that's exactly how it ought to be played. A piano solo and a change of tempo brings us to Hello, which is Carter's homage to his friend Count Basie. Carter is quite specific about dynamics here, and they should be observed.
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Blues In My Heart by The American Jazz Orchestra. Edited by Jeffrey Sultanof and Rob DuBoff. Arranged by Benny Carter. For big band. Rumba/Swing. Medium. Score and parts. Published by Jazz Lines Publications (JL.JLP-8293). Benny Carter wrote this swing-era classic in 1931 and initially arranged it for Chick Webb's band. Benny revised his interpretation of the tune several times over the years settling on this arrangement recorded by the American Jazz Orchestra. The A sections of this arrangement are set in a medium rumba feel while the bridge swings. The solos are for alto saxophone and trombone. There is also an open solo section included. This is not hard to play and is a great example of Benny's writing. Ranges: Trumpet 1: C6; Trombone 1: A4.
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Everybody Loves the Blues arranged by Chris Sharp. For marching band. Hot Jazz & Standards. Medium. Score and parts. Published by Matrix Publishing (JN.MBA326). Covered by numerous drum corps, as well as "Blast" this blues masterpiece serves as part three of our tribute to Maynard Ferguson.
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Standards, Jazz & Blues