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Brazilian Vacation by Rich Iacona. For jazz ensemble. Jazz Arrangements Series. Latin. Grade 3.5. Score and parts. Duration 3 minutes, 39 seconds. Published by SmartChart Music (S3.SCM-1067-00). This Medium/Fast blues in Fm provides a solid big band ensemble study for your students. The writing contains plenty of call and response between sections.
Same Angle Different View by Dave Rivello. For jazz ensemble (solos for tenor saxophone, trombone and piano; woodwind doubles). This edition: Trumpet range to Eb6. Medium-Fast Tempo, Latin, Jazz. Level 4. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.1133). (8 Brass) (Level 4) A medium fast Latin piece full of excitement from beginning to end. Solos are for tenor sax, trombone and piano. The woodwind doubles are flute (for alto 1, alto 2, and tenor 2) and bass clarinet (for bari sax). This intense piece will challenge both the soloist and the ensemble.
Genres: Jazz & Blues, Latin
Gracias Amigos by Judy Ashley. For jazz ensemble (alto saxophone 1 doubles on flute/piccolo; alto saxophone 2, tenor saxophones 1 and 2, and baritone saxophone double on flute). This edition: Trumpet range to F6. Medium Fast, Samba, Jazz. Level 4. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.1795). (8 Brass) A medium-fast samba with an opportunity for the sax section to employ their flute skills. This chart is an energetic, exciting expression of melody, harmony and rhythm. It is a challenge of interplay between brass and woodwinds as well as rhythmic ensemble unity! Alto 1 doubles on flute/piccolo; Alto 2, Tenor 1 and 2, and bari saxophone double on flute.
Genres: Jazz & Blues, Samba, Latin
Both Sides Of The Coin by David Caffey. For big band (tenor saxophone, trumpet and drums solos). This edition: Trumpet range to A6. Latin. Level 5. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.203). (Level V) Originally recorded by Steps Ahead, this tune is arranged for big band featuring solos by tenor I, trumpet III and drums. This chart will present a challenge for the brass section, but if the players are advanced, the results will be rewarding. Also, the saxes double on flute. The feel moves back and forth between Latin/rock and samba. Exciting concert material! Recorded on UNC's Alive XI. 8 Brass.
Direct Current by David Caffey. For jazz ensemble (tenor saxophone solo). This edition: Trumpet range to D6. Latin. Level 4. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.205). (8 Brass) A sophisticated procession through medium Latin/rock, half-time rock, and double-time samba feels, this chart features the tenor soloist on the melody and as the primary improviser. This piece was written for the Cal State L.A. Jazz Ensemble for a premier at the IAJE International Conference in San Diego.
When Monday Rolls Around by Stanley Ellis. For jazz choir (SATB choir with rhythm section). Latin. Level 3. Set of 16 octavos with rhythm parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.VJ1805). This hot Latin chart starts with a rhythm section and four-part chorus intro and even gives the drummer a solo fill. Unison and four-part harmony are interwoven throughout this arrangement and there is an eight-bar written scat soli section followed by an improvised eight-bar solo section. The second time through the bridge gives the sopranos and altos a unison melody with the tenors and basses supplying the harmony. It finishes with an explosive ending that is sure to fill your listeners with excitement. SATB with rhythm.
Instantly printable sheet music by Ben E. King for guitar solo of MEDIUM skill level.
St. Maarten by Mike Carubia. For jazz ensemble. Jazz Arrangements Series. Latin. Grade 3. Score and parts. Duration 3 minutes, 9 seconds. Published by SmartChart Music (S3.SCM-1055-00). This chart captures that island feel of the Caribbean. The simple unison melody is based on the A section of Gershwin's "I've Got Rhythm".
Hablemos by Ray Ortiz. For jazz ensemble. Jazz Arrangements Series. Latin. Grade 3.5. Score and parts. Duration 3 minutes, 31 seconds. Published by SmartChart Music (S3.SCM-1063-00). This light, happy Latin groove composition has plenty of unison, ensemble and a bit of counterpoint to make it interesting. Solo sections are based on slow moving ii7/V7 chords in only two keys. A nice change of pace for your concert program. Solo sheets provided.