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Metodo/Chitarra Blues by Franco Morone. Standard notation. Published by Berben (PR.564022450). With Standard notation.
$66.95

Genres: Blues, Jazz & Blues
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
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.
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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).
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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.
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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.
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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.
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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.
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Genres: Blues, Standards, Jazz & Blues
The Outback Blues by Gordon Goodwin. For big band. Medium to difficult. Score and parts. Published by Walrus Music Publishing (WA.56194). Commissioned by the Elko High School Jazz Ensemble, Walt Lowell, director, this is a bluesy shuffle with a quirky twist. The melodies are full of half-step intervals, which are intended to convey a little edge, so don't be shy play 'em like you mean it! The ensemble also has many dotted eight/sixteenth note rhythms if you play these nice and tight it will help propel the shuffle groove. This chart is a great vehicle to feature a number of your best soloists who can resist blowing on blues in F, even if it is a 16 bar chorus? This chart is lots of fun, not too difficult and makes for a spirited opener or set closer. No sax doubles, lead trumpet high note is written F. Lead trombone high note is A.5 Saxes (A,A,T,T,B),4 Trumpets, 4 Trombone (4th = bass trombone),p/g/b/d, percussion (Vibes).
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Genres: Blues, Jazz & Blues
Blues for a Bad Hair Day by Eric Richards. For jazz ensemble. This edition: Trumpet range to F6. Bossa Nova, Blues, Jazz. Level 4. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.1101). (9 Brass) (Level 4) This "tongue-in-cheek", rompin' blues caricature is a lot of fun! It features "crunch" guitar, baritone sax and trombone on the head with lots of solo space for all likely suspects. Tenor saxophone optionally doubles on piccolo, which adds a great deal to the piece, but is not critical. Guaranteed to keep your band and your audiences on their toes! Soprano saxophone lead.
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Genres: Blues, Bossa nova, Jazz & Blues, Latin
Extra Crispy by Eric Richards. For jazz ensemble (features trumpet and trombone). This edition: Trumpet range to E6. Swing, Blues, Medium Tempo, Jazz. Eric Richards Series. Level 4. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.1129). (8 Brass) (Level 4) This swinging blues with a bridge features trumpet and trombone. The solo section is followed by a very hip layered sectional soli passage. Written for the U.S. Army Jazz Ambassadors appearance at the annual convention of the International Association of Jazz Educators.
$65.00

Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Blues Almighty by Ken Schaphorst. For jazz ensemble (solos for organ and guitar). This edition: Trumpet range to G6. Gospel, Swing, Blues, Contemporary, Jazz, Medium Tempo. Level 4. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.1176). (7 Brass) (Level 4) A gospel-influenced, swinging blues featuring ample space for organ and guitar soloists, this composition reaches back into the roots of the blues tradition while at the same time connecting to the present with a more contemporary, rock attitude. Recorded on Ken Schaphorst Big Band: Purple, featuring John Medeski on organ and Brad Shepik on guitar. Organ solo may be played by another soloist.
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Genres: Blues, Gospel, Swing, Jazz & Blues, Christian, Religious
Triple Blues by Ed Xiques. For jazz ensemble (solos for piano and trumpet). Level 4. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.1699). (8 Brass) Three-quarter time. No doubles in saxophones. Piano and trumpet solos. Any one saxophone can solo. There is a 16 measure bass solo with background.
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Genres: Blues, Jazz & Blues
Hubtones by Larry Engstrom. For jazz ensemble (trumpet and alto saxophone solos). This edition: Trumpet range to G6. Blues. Level 5. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.416). (10 Brass) A tour de force that will challenge any band. Fast Bb blues features a Freddie Hubbard transcription arranged for all the horns, but particularly trumpets. Requires an outstanding trumpet section, but will most definitely show them off if you've got them! Solos for trumpet and alto. Recorded on North Texas State University's Live in Montreux '83 album and UNC's Alive XV.
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Genres: Blues, Jazz & Blues
Two Views Of The Blues by Neal Finn. For jazz ensemble. This edition: Trumpet range to E6. Ballad. Level 5. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.449). (8-10 Brass) One of my best; actually two charts in one. May be performed as one composition with two sections or either "view" can be performed as an individual piece. A celebration of the Ellington tradition. View 1 is a lush, romantic ballad a la Warm Valley. View 2 is a good old back beat shuffle a la Things Ain't What They Used To Be. View 1 features bari solo in the style of Harry Carney. Difficult, but playable sax soli makes use of double time feel. Extended piano solo opens the piece, which has a beautiful melody. View 2 has tricky head with triplet rhythms that will drive you crazy. Solos for trumpet and trombone can be opened. Some Ellington plunger mute effects. Ends with a Cat Anderson style lead trumpet chorus. Worth the effort.
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Genres: Blues, Jazz & Blues
The Suspect by Frank Griffith. For jazz ensemble. This edition: Trumpet range to G6. Blues. Level 4. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.564). (8 Brass) An original up-tempo minor blues with two open solo sections divided by a four chorus sax soli. There is an antiphonal pedal-point section with exciting counterpoint between the saxes, trombones and trumpets. Featured on the 1987 Manhattan School of Music Jazz Orchestra release, Shades of Time, with solo by Steve Turre. Clarinet part may be played on soprano sax.
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Genres: Blues, Jazz & Blues
Hot Blues by The Terry Gibbs Dream Band. Edited by Jeffrey Sultanof and Rob Duboff. Arranged by Bob Florence. For big band (2 Alto Saxophones, 2 Tenor Saxophones, Baritone Saxophone, 4 Trumpets, 3 Trombones, Vibraphone, Piano, Bass, Drums, Optional Bb soloist, Optional Eb soloist). Swing. Difficult. Published by Jazz Lines Publications (JL.JLP-8940). This Bob Florence arrangement was written for Terry Gibbs to perform with the Dream Band on the Steve Allen show. This is an all-out vibe feature! We have included optional alternate B-flat and E-flat soloist parts so that it may be played with any featured soloist. This would make a great opener or closer due to the fast tempo (half note = 170). Ranges: Trumpet 1 to D6; Trombone 1: to C5.
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Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
St. Louis Blues by Nat "King" Cole. Edited by Rob Duboff and Jeffrey Sultanof. Arranged by Nelson Riddle and Leo Shuken. For studio orchestra with vocal (Vocal, Reed 1: Alto Saxophone/Flute, Reed 2: Alto Saxophone/Flute, Reed 3: Tenor Saxophone/Clarinet, Reed 4: Baritone Saxophone, 3 Trumpets, 2 Trombones, 3 Violins, Viola, Cello, Guitar, Piano, Bass, Timpani, Drums). Swing. Medium Difficult. Published by Jazz Lines Publications (JL.JLP-9368). This arrangement was originally sketched by Nelson Riddle for the Nat Cole TV show in either 1956 or '57 and orchestrated by Leo Shuken. The arrangement was then used for the movie St. Louis Blues, filmed in 1958 (with Nat Cole singing and playing the part of W.C. Handy). This is a dramatic feature for your vocalist and is not a technically demanding arrangement to put together. Reeds 1 and 2 double on flute and reed 3 doubles on clarinet. Ranges: Trumpet 1: to C6; Trumpet 2: to A5; Trombone 1: to C5.
$65.00

Genres: Classical, Blues, Jazz & Blues, Standards
Blues On The Double by Count Basie. Arranged by Myles Collins. For big band. Swing. Medium. Published by Lush Life (JL.LL-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