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Wonderful You by Terry Gibbs Dream Band. Arranged by Al Cohn. For big band. Swing. Difficult. Score and parts. Published by Jazz Lines Publications (JL.JLP-8262). This arrangement was written by Al Cohn and initially recorded by Med Flory for his1956 recording date for Kapp Records. The same arrangement was subsequently recorded by the Terry Gibbs Dream Band in 1959. Though the recording featured a solo by Terry Gibbs on vibraphone, you may also feature a piano solo or use a guest soloist. There is no written vibe part in this arrangement so it may be excluded. There is an open solo section as well as a separate alto sax solo. This has been edited and engraved from the original parts as obtained and licensed from Terry Gibbs and Al Cohn's family.
$95.00

Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues
Wobble by Jeff Coffin. Arranged by Bret Zvacek. For jazz ensemble. This edition: Trumpet range to Eb6. Swing. Level 4. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.2215). Wobble. arr. Bret Zvacek. This tune gets its title from Weebles wobble but they don't fall down -the rhythm section is in one time signature while the horns are in another and they all come together in a wonderful way! Slinky, funky and swingin', this chart is a lot of fun and a great experience with something a little different for your band. Wobble can be heard in small group form on Jeff Coffin's Bloom CD on Compass Records.
$65.00

Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues
Wizard of Oz Medley by Christine Salerno. For jazz ensemble (with vocal solo). Ballad, Medley, Swing, Jazz, Samba. Level 3. Score, vocal part and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.VJ1163). (2 Brass and 2 Sax) (Level 3) A clever diverse medley of Wizard tunes which implements many different feels. Over the Rainbow (no vocal solos) is a samba, If I Only Had Heart (Key of C) is a ballad, Merry Old Land of Oz (no vocal solo) and Ding Dong (Key of F) are swing tunes. This fun arrangement will emit countless signs of recognition. Recorded by Open Interest. Vocal with trumpet, tenor and alto saxophone, trombone and rhythm section.
$50.00

Genres: Samba, Swing, Latin, Jazz & Blues
Witchcraft by Frank Sinatra. Edited by Jon Harpin. Arranged by Nelson Riddle. For big band with vocal. Swing. Medium Difficult. Published by Lush Life (JL.LL-2089). Perhaps one of Frank Sinatra's most memorable hits, this version of Witchcraft was originally arranged by Nelson Riddle. The original concept has been adapted here by removing the strings and orchestral woodwinds, making the chart playable by a standard 5/4/4/4 big band line up. However, in order to maintain the feel of the original arrangement the two flute doubles have been retained. These are written on the alto 2 and tenor 1 part (also cued on the alto 1 part, in case your tenor player doesn't double on flute). Sinatra's vocal line is scored as-sung. The vocal key is F throughout.Ranges:Trumpets 1-4: C6, A5, F#5, E5Trombones 1-4: C5, A4, G4, D4Vocal Key: FVocal Range: C3 - D4 (9 steps as sung).
$65.00

Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues
Witchcraft by Helen O'Connell. Arranged by Jon Harpin. For big band with female vocal. Swing. Medium. Published by Lush Life (JL.LL-2150). Witchcraft was a song originally written specifically for Frank Sinatra, and later covered by other singers. This is the Helen O'Connell version which is simply stunning, and your singer will love you for having this chart in the book. The chart features your vocalist and clarinet. It opens with a drum/clarinet duet in Krupa/Goodman style, and the band entry sets the tone for what is to follow. This chart swings like crazy from start to finish, and whilst the writing is very sophisticated, the chart has a raw, jungle energy about it. The saxes are scored for CATTB, although an extra alto part has been included (a transposition of tenor 1) thus allowing one of your tenor players to take the solo clarinet part. The vocal key is Db throughout, and the range also makes it singable by a male voice 8vb. Duration: 2 mins 40 secs; Swing @ 146 b.p.m. Ranges: Trumpets 1-4: C6, Ab5, F#5, Eb5 Trombones 1-4: Bb4, G4, Eb4, Db4 Vocal Key: Db Vocal Range: Ab3 to Bb4 (9 steps, as sung).
$65.00

Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues
Winter Wonderland by Alan Baylock. For big band (trombone solo). This edition: Trumpet range to F6. Medium, Swing, Christmas. Level 4. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.1765). (Level III) This medium swing chart on the Christmas classic "Winter Wonderland" features 1st and 2nd trombones on the melody and solos. Recorded by the USAF Airmen of Note on their album, Christmas Time is Here, it also features plenty of swinging ensemble work for the rest of the group. The audience (and your trombonists) will love it. 8 Brass.
$60.00

Genres: Christmas, Swing, Miscellaneous, Jazz & Blues
Winter Wonderland by Tom Matta. For big band (woodwind doubles). This edition: Trumpet range to F6. Swing, Medium, Christmas, Jazz. Level 4. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.823). (8 Brass) This medium swinger really cooks - a holiday concert MUST! Commissioned by Reference Recordings for the DePaul University Jazz Ensemble, Bob Lark, Director. Recorded by DPU on Big Band Basie. Woodwinds: alto 1 doubles on piccolo, tenor 1 doubles on flute.
$55.00

Genres: Christmas, Swing, Miscellaneous, Jazz & Blues
Winter Wonderland arranged by Doug Andrews. For jazz choir (S(S)ATB choir, a cappella). Swing, Christmas, Up Tempo. Level 3. Set of 16 octavos. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.VJ1761). A very swinging arrangement of this holiday classic. Jazz harmonies featured throughout. Modulation leads to a driving tag and a "Basie" ending. S(S)ATB a cappella.
$45.00

Genres: Christmas, Swing, Miscellaneous, Jazz & Blues
Winter Wonderland arranged by Tommy Kamp. For jazz choir (SAATBB choir, a cappella). Christmas, Swing, Medium. Level 3. Set of 16 octavos. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.VJ652). Students, pros and parents alike will love this a cappella swing arrangement. Fun to sing and has a big ending. Low bass has a written walking-bass line. SAATBB a cappella.
$35.00

Genres: Christmas, Swing, Miscellaneous, Jazz & Blues
Winter Echoes by Charles Young. For jazz ensemble. This edition: Trumpet range to E6. Latin, Swing, Jazz. Level 4. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.1647). (Level IV) "Winter Echoes" features the lyric potentials of the jazz ensemble, employing brass choir, flute, and piano solos. The introduction yields to an extended fast and exciting section, using an odd-meter Latin groove with a swing bridge. Ends slow and tranquil, as it began. The University of Michigan Jazz Ensemble, Northcoast, on their CD First Flight recorded this work. 8 Brass.
$60.00

Genres: Latin, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Winning The West by Bill Holman. Arranged by Bill Holman. Jazz Ensemble / Jazz Band. The Bill Holman Big Band Series. Rock / Swing / Drums. Grade 4-5. Score and set of parts. Published by Sierra Music (S1.SMP-316). As written for and performed by the Buddy Rich Big Band, here is the long-missing chart that Holman wrote to feature Buddy on Drums and Pat LaBarbera on Tenor Sax. What a great chart! It is set in a quasi Rock Feel which shifts to Swing and back again. This is a very high-energy, exciting chart, and Buddy played it all the time! Your band will eat this one up. 5-4-4-3 (on Demo CD 113).
$59.00

Genres: Rock, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Winds of the Gullah by Paul Mckee. For jazz ensemble. This edition: Trumpet range to F6. Swing, Groove. Paul McKee Series. Level 4. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.2466). (Level IV) An engaging second-line tune composed by drummer and UNC Jazz Faculty member Jim White, this high energy romp serves as an excellent vehicle to feature both drummer and soloists. The small group version of this composition is featured on the CD "Back When It Was Fun" by the group 7on 7, a septet featuring UNC faculty members Jim White, Dana Landry, Erik Applegate and Steve Kovalcheck plus Clay Jenkins, Don Aliquo. 8 Brass.
$55.00

Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues
Wind Chill Factor arranged by Rich Woolworth. For Jazz Band. Jalen Jazz Band. Blues and Swing. Grade 3 (Medium-Easy). Score and parts. Published by Jalen Publishing (JN.JJZ081). This up tempo minor blues is so cool it's on fire from the opening bass solo. Even though the pace is fast, the skillfull writing keeps it playable. The saxes are featured on the melody followed by the trumpets before big brass hits lead into the solo section that vamps on blues changes in A minor and provides space to play written or improvised solos with 1st Tenor Sax or 2nd Trumpet. The drummer get's his fill on during a chorus of soloing before we surprisingly switch up the feel with a funky half time groove. It's back to double time swing as the chart features the melody again followed by more drum solos to build the intensity for a frosty finish.
$50.00

Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Wildwood by Art Farmer. Arranged by Gigi Gryce. For Jazz Septet Combo [tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, trumpet, trombone, piano, bass, and drums]. Swing. Medium. Score and parts. Published by Jazz Lines Publications (JL.JLP-8959). This swing chart by Gigi Gryce was recorded by Art Farmer in 1954 and is arranged for tenor saxophone, baritone saxophone, trumpet, trombone, piano, bass, and drums.
$35.00

Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues
Why Don't You Do Right by Peggy Lee With Benny Goodman. Arranged by Myles Collins. For big band with female vocal. Swing. Medium Easy. Full score and set of parts. Published by Lush Life (JL.LL-2081). This version of Why Don't You Do Right was recorded in 1942 by Peggy Lee during her stay with the Benny Goodman band and Peggy made this song her own. Goodman's chart has been faithfully transcribed here, including all of the Clarinet licks and solos, but the brass has been expanded from the original 6 up to 8. The sax parts are written for Solo Clarinet, Alto, 2 Tenors & Baritone though an an extra Alto sax part (the Tenor 1 part, written for Alto) is included to give you a bit more flexibility in the section. The brass ranges are very moderate, and aside from the Clarinet solos there are no surprises, so the chart is very playable. Ranges: Trumpets 1-4: C6, Bb5, G5, E5 Trombones 1-4: Bb4, F4, D4, D4 Vocal key: F - Female Vocal A3 - D5 (10 steps).
$65.00

Instruments: Voice, Vocal
Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues
Who? by Judy Garland, Benny Goodman, and Stephanie Baker. For piano, voice, and guitar (chords only). Jazz; Musical/Show; Standards. 3 pages. Published by Hal Leonard - Digital Sheet Music (HX.20332). About Digital Print Sheet Music Digital Print is printable sheet music available anytime, anywhere. Just purchase, print and play! View your online sheet music at home, school, work or anywhere you have a computer connected to the Internet. With Digital Print, you can print your digital sheet music immediately after purchase, or wait until its convenient. And our software installation is easy - we'll guide you through the simple steps to make sure you have Adobe Flash Player, Adobe AIR and the Sheet Music Plus AIR application. Learn more
$4.99

Pages: 3
Instruments: Piano, Guitar, Voice, Piano and Keyboard, Vocal
Genres: Pop, Standards, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Who? by Benjamin Irom. For big band (drum solo and saxophone soli). This edition: Trumpet range to G6. Jazz, Swing Medium, Straight-Ahead. Level 4. Score and set of parts. Published by UNC Jazz Press (NC.623). (Level IV) A straight-ahead swing chart composed and arranged for big band that was arranged from the original quartet version recorded by Irom's group, The Jazzaholics. Drums are featured at the opening and toward the end of the tune, and the saxophones have their moment to shine with a challenging yet exhilarating sax soli. This chart is a great opener for any advanced big band. 8 Brass.
$65.00

Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues
Who Wouldn't? by Lennie Niehaus. For jazz ensemble. Jazz Journey Series. Moderately Fast Swing. Medium. Score and set of parts. Duration 5 minutes, 5 seconds. Published by Kendor Music Inc (KN.61860). Here's a great, moderately-fast-swing chart for advancing groups featuring the II-V progression that's common in many popular standards. The angular melody featuring wide skips and scale-like intervals is first played by unison saxophones. Also included is a sax soli, lots of captivating ensemble passages, and a solo chorus that can be expanded at the director's discretion. As with all of Lennie's big band charts, the melodies are memorable and the orchestration is rock solid. Solo sheets for all winds and a guitar chord chart by Jim Greeson are included. Duration 5:05.
$52.00

Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues
Who Me? by Frank Foster. Arranged by Mike Carubia. For jazz ensemble. Jazz Arrangements Series. Blues, Jazz/Swing. Grade 3. Extra full score. Duration 4 minutes, 6 seconds. Published by SmartChart Music (S3.SCM-1010-01). Re-scored a fourth lower to F containing all of the skillfully penned structure written for the Count Basie band by Frank Foster in the early 60's.
$6.00

Genres: Blues, Swing, Jazz & Blues
Who Cares by Helen O'Connell. Arranged by Marion Evans. For big band with female vocal. Fast Swing. Difficult. Full score and set of parts. Published by Jazz Lines Publications (JL.JLP-9004). This is a tremendous chart from master arranger Marion Evans, recorded by Helen O'Connell for her 'Here's Helen' album. This is not a transcription, the original handwritten manuscript was used to produce this arrangement. This arrangement moves at brisk pace of approx. 240 b.p.m (quarter note) and features a lot of beautifully crafted, syncopated unison lines. The drummer can really shine on this chart as crisp accents can help carry the band during the shout sections. The trombones open on plungers. There is a brief interlude that originally featured someone in the band calling out "Just one more once, baby!" We have included this part as a 'band yell' as it is a nice break in the action and can provide a bit of humor. There are no doubles. Trumpet 1 goes to a high E once but doesn't get higher than C# otherwise. Vocal Key: F modulating to Gb. Ranges: Trumpet 1: to high E Trombone 1: to high C Vocal Key: F modulating to Gb.
$65.00

Instruments: Voice, Vocal
Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues
White Heat by Jimmie Lunceford. Edited by Jeffrey Sultanof and Rob Duboff. Arranged by Will Hudson. For big band (2 Alto Saxophones (Both Double Clarinet), 2 Tenor Saxophones (Both Double Clarinet), 3 Trumpets, 2 Trombones, Guitar, Piano, Bass, Drums). Swing. Medium Difficult. Published by Jazz Lines Publications (JL.JLP-7115). This Lunceford classic was written by Will Hudson and recorded in January 1934. Lunceforda's band was noted for its high precision in playing such music, and this piece will take some woodshedding to play correctly. Featured are solos for trumpet, trombone, and tenor saxophone. All 4 reeds double on clarinet. Ranges: Trumpet 1: to Ab5; Trombone 1: A4.
$50.00

Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues
White Cliffs Of Dover arranged by Myles Collins. For big band with female vocal. Swing. Easy. Full score and set of parts. Published by Lush Life (JL.LL-2070). Immortalised by Vera Lynn in the 1940s, this tune came to symbolize hope in troubled times, though it is also a lovely melody in its own right. This arrangement is a smooth, flowing ballad in the '40s style, making full use of dynamic expression, muted and open brass, plus some Miller-voiced sax passages. Slightly nostalgic perhaps, but always popular. In the key of Ab, the vocal range is from Ab below, to C above middle C. Lead Alto doubles Clarinet, Baritone doubles Alto. The complete mp3, taken from a live gig, is courtesy of The Strayhorns, with Nou Nou on vocal. Ranges: Trumpets 1-4: Bb5, G5, F5, D5 Trombones 1-4: Ab4, F4, Eb4, C4 Vocal ke: Ab (Ab3-C5).
$65.00

Instruments: Voice, Vocal
Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues
White Cliffs Of Dover by Glenn Miller. Edited by Alan Glasscock. Arranged by Jerry Gray. For big band with vocal. Swing Ballad. Medium. Published by Lush Life (JL.LL-2332). White Cliffs of Dover is a lovely vocal swing ballad from the Glenn Miller book. This arrangement is true to the original, though the brass has been augmented to a full 8 voicing. The sax section is scored CATTA throughout, with the "second" alto doubling clarinet.The original sololines are all here too, from the muted trumpet in the intro, the pizzicato bass at the end of the vocal chorus, the tenor sax solo after the vocal and the little piano fill right at the end of the chart. This is an exceptionally authentic arrangement, and a fine addition to any library. The vocal key is Eb.Ranges:Trumpets . 1-4: . Ab5, F6, Db5, Bb4Trombones . 1-4: . B4, G#4, F#4, D#4Vocal key: EbVocal Range: Eb3 - Eb4 (8 steps).
$65.00

Genres: Swing, Jazz & Blues
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