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Victor Lopez goes cosmic! Based on -- you guessed it -- B-flat, this rock-jazz groove chart with a driving cowbell is captivating. The form is AABA with a simple two-chord pattern in the A section and a bridge that offers a lyrical contrast. Solos are written for all melodic instruments. The ranges are easy and this chart just about plays itself. Optional parts for flute, clarinet, horn, baritone horn, tuba and violin, viola and cello. Cos-mic! (3:52)

Instruments: Flute, Clarinet, Horn, Violin, Cello, Viola, Tuba, Woodwinds, Brass, Strings
Based on Alexander Borodin's "Polovetzian Dance," this Mike Lewis arrangement is a swing version and it works great. For the young player, the ranges are modest, the rhythms are basic, and the solos are written out for all trumpets and all trombones to give all the brass players a chance to solo. Written for full instrumentation plus flute, clarinet, horn, baritone horn, tuba, and violin, viola and cello. Great chart! (3:28)

Instruments: Flute, Clarinet, Horn, Violin, Cello, Viola, Trumpet, Trombone, Tuba, Brass, Woodwinds, Strings
This clever arrangement of Deckin' the Hall will fascinate both your ensemble and audience. Composer/arranger George Vincent has scored it to sound full even with reduced instrumentation. In addition, optional parts have been provided for added flexibility including two flutes and two clarinets. It begins with the famous two-measure "Jingle Bells" motive and quickly lays the groundwork for Deckin' the Hall in a rock style. Win-win!

Instruments: Flute, Clarinet, Bells, Woodwinds, Percussion
Here's an easy reggae for your jazz band. Expertly composed and arranged by Victor Lopez, this chart is designed for very beginning jazz groups and will accommodate traditional and/or varied instrumentation. Easy ranges and rhythms along with additional parts for two flutes, two clarinets, horn, guitar, baritone horn, baritone sax, and tuba provide flexibility. Transport the audience to the islands with this piece. (2:26)

Instruments: Guitar, Flute, Clarinet, Horn, Tuba, Woodwinds, Brass
Bring Brazil to your band room! Victor Lopez has created a superb bossa nova for the beginning jazz player. This chart sounds full with limited instrumentation of only three saxes, one trumpet and one trombone, and rhythm section. This arrangement has optional parts galore to include two flutes and two clarinets. The solo section provides all winds with a written solo -- hey, it's fail safe. Victor even tosses in a seasonal quote you will enjoy. Very modest ranges and easy to rehearse. This easy Latin chart will make your band sound great! (3:06)

Instruments: Choir, Flute, Clarinet, Trumpet, Trombone, Vocal, Woodwinds, Brass
Rock on! Even the youngest band can sound great on this simple yet effective rock-jazz chart. Featuring a written drum solo, ensemble handclaps, and a solo section for all wind instruments, this will make the band will sound terrific from the first note. Easy to rehearse and quick to come together, Rock the House is an outstanding choice. Optional parts for two flutes, two clarinets, horn, baritone horn, tuba, baritone sax, and guitar. A gem from Victor Lopez, this is a perfect choice for jazz beginners.

Instruments: Guitar, Flute, Clarinet, Horn, Tuba, Woodwinds, Brass
This monster chart is directly from the Benny Goodman library. Transcribed and re-created by Jeff Hest, not many tunes can match the energy of this big band classic. Solos are for clarinet (solo part,) trumpet, tenor, and trombone with solos written out along with the chord changes. Bugle Call Rag will provide a solid jazz education lesson in the swing style and it's also a super crowd pleaser from the first note to the last. (2:46)

Instruments: Clarinet, Trumpet, Trombone, Woodwinds, Brass
Here is a musical salute to one of the greatest trumpeters of all time, Harry James. Jeff Hest transcribed and reconstructed this chestnut to showcase your trumpeter just as Harry James recorded it. What a wonderful change of pace for any concert -- a showstopper with tremendous audience appeal, with stylistic flair, and a beautiful melody that will show off the band and the soloist. This trumpet solo is part of big band history -- Harry James put this song on the map. Clarinet doubles.

Instruments: Clarinet, Trumpet, Woodwinds, Brass
Believe it or not, this Benny Goodman classic has never been available for standard big band instrumentation. The original contains solo clarinet and less than a full compliment of brass, so we asked arranger Mike Lewis to adapt this classic tune for five saxes, four trumpets, and four trombones with rhythm section, without straying from the original feel. His chart does just that, creating a welcome addition to any jazz band library. We know you'll enjoy it! Medium (4:15)

Instruments: Clarinet, Trumpet, Trombone, Brass, Woodwinds
Written in the laid-back style of Glenn Miller, this original piece is perfect for teaching young jazz ensembles the style of the early big bands. Although the charts in this series are playable by reduced instrumentation, Carl Strommen has also included optional parts for flute and clarinet so you can involve more students in the jazz program. (duration 3:04)

Instruments: Flute, Clarinet, Woodwinds
This beautiful ballad features flugelhorn solo and a lush background. Features lots of muted brass and parts for flute, soprano sax, and bass clarinet. Changes appear in the fourth trumpet/flugelhorn part only. Your slow chart winner for the festival! About the FJH Intermediate Jazz Ensemble (Grades 3

Instruments: Flute, Clarinet, Horn, Trumpet, Bass Guitar, Brass, Woodwinds, Guitar
This powerful concert overture about the Greek god of war makes extensive use of the Lydian mode and bi tonality. The low register of the clarinet is featured in the opening Adagio section while dotted rhythms and percussive outbursts comprise the closing moments of the piece.

Instruments: Clarinet, Woodwinds
Born in 1882, O'Brien studied with Hamish MacCunn and produced a considerable amount of orchestral, chamber and piano music. This sonata was composed in 1939-40 and is in 3 movements: allegro comodo; andante semplice, allegro con brio, and is now published for the first time. This major recital work is beautifully crafted for both instruments, drawing on a richly poetic vein of melodic and harmonic inspiration.

Instruments: Piano, Clarinet, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds
Chesapeake March is a parade-style march which begins with flutes and drums quietly playing the opening melody, as if approaching from afar. The full band enters in and restates the initial theme while clarinets play a smooth legato trio section. Flutes and drums close the piece giving the impression of the band marching away and fading into the distance. Correlates With Best In Class Bk. 1 Page 15 /SOE Bk. 1 Page 17.

Instruments: Flute, Clarinet, Drums, Woodwinds, Percussion

Instruments: Clarinet, Cello, Woodwinds, Strings

Instruments: Clarinet, Woodwinds
In preparing himself for the process of scoring the Haydn Concerto for Trumpet and the two Mozart concerti, Rumbelow carefully analyzed the scoring patterns and tendencies of each composer. Mozart's concerti were originally scored for a string orchestra in five voices while his operas and symphonies contained woodwinds, horns, and trumpets in pairs plus occasional trombones. Thus, the approach taken to the present editions retains the use of pairs of woodwinds plus third harmonic voices such as English horn and bass clarinet. The woodwind bass voices have been reinforced with contrabass clarinet, contra bassoon and string bass. Recorded by Larry Combs, bassett clarinet, with the Eastman Wind Ensemble. Accompaniment available for rental only. *Parts for this work are available on rental from the Alfred Rental Library at (818) 891-5999 x157, e-mail: [email protected], or online at

Instruments: Clarinet, Bassoon, Horn, Trumpet, Trombone, Bass Guitar, Woodwinds, Brass, Guitar

Instruments: Piano, Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello, Viola, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds, Strings

Instruments: Piano, Clarinet, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds

Instruments: Piano, Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Cello, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds, Strings

Instruments: Piano, Flute, Clarinet, Cello, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds, Strings

Instruments: Clarinet, Bass Guitar, Woodwinds, Guitar

Instruments: Piano, Clarinet, Viola, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds, Strings

Instruments: Clarinet, Woodwinds

Instruments: Piano, Clarinet, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds

Instruments: Piano, Clarinet, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds

Instruments: Piano, Flute, Clarinet, Cello, Bass Guitar, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds, Strings, Guitar

Instruments: Clarinet, Woodwinds
Premiered at the 2005 Michigan Music Educaotrs Conference, Escapades was commissioned by the Grand Valley State University Symphonic Wind Ensemble under the baton of Barry D. Martin, with Arthur Campbell as clarinet soloist. Since the premiere, it has bee

Instruments: Clarinet, Woodwinds
Dodge City is an exuberant piece, arranged here for 13 clarinets, bass clarinet and optional percussion, designed to take you back to the time of the old west. As the title implies, this is a work that will bring to mind stagecoaches and sagebrush, cowboys and cactus, sheriffs and showdowns. Quick and lighthearted, the opening and closing sections frame a lyrical middle section. This piece has captured the atmosphere of a bustling city from the old west and is sure to captivate performers and audiences alike.

Instruments: Clarinet, Bass Guitar, Percussion, Woodwinds, Guitar
This piece requires little introduction. Beethoven's most famous overture has been arranged for a clarinet ensemble consisting of 12 clarinets, 1 bass clarinet, and timpani. This tour de force for orchestra is now a powerful and impressive showpiece for a large clarinet choir.

Instruments: Choir, Clarinet, Bass Guitar, Timpani, Vocal, Woodwinds, Guitar, Percussion
This lush melody has been added to the Warren Barker Vocal Showcase Series. Charming and distinct, the vocal part for any vocalist, male or female, can also be performed as an instrumental solo. Extremely versatile and highly musical, you just can't go wrong.

Instruments: Vocal, Clarinet, Trumpet, Woodwinds, Brass
This beautiful slow movement from a work for solo organ is a great feature for the clarinet section of a band. The melody flows throughout the ensemble but the clarinets receive the most attention. This is an ideal work to show off the lyrical and musical side of a concert band. The haunting melody will captivate audiences and impress adjudicators at festivals and other contests.

Instruments: Organ, Clarinet, Other, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds
It seems that every community or school has at least one vocal soloist just ready, willing and able to perform with your concert band. To fill the need for audience-pleasing 'pop' standards, Warren Barker recently launched his Vocal Showcase Series and contributes this delightful new scoring to that series. Should you wish to use an instrumental soloist, parts are included for solo tenor saxophone, clarinet or trombone. Wonderfully lush 'Barker' treatment. (Vocal range: A-flat below staff to fourth line D, treble clef) (duration 3:36)

Instruments: Vocal, Clarinet, Trombone, Woodwinds, Brass
Warren Barker chooses a beautiful Gershwin

Instruments: Vocal, Clarinet, Woodwinds
The principal lyrical theme from the second movement is equal in fame and popularity to Pachelbel's Canon and Albinoni's Adagio. This incredibly simple and beautiful theme has been arranged here for a soloist (Flute, Clarinet, Alto Saxophone, Trumpet or Baritone) and band. This is a great piece to showcase the talents of a member in the ensemble.

Instruments: Flute, Clarinet, Trumpet, Woodwinds, Brass
God Rest Ye Merry, Gentlemen is a famous and popular Christmas carol. This arrangement is presented in two very different ways. One section is a slow and mysterious with a steady ostinato and melody in the clarinets above while the other section is an upbeat swing with a walking bass line, jazz harmonies and backgrounds. Both brass and the woodwinds get opportunities with melody in the swing section.

Instruments: Clarinet, Bass Guitar, Brass, Other, Woodwinds, Guitar
Spirituals have found their way into the standard repertoire of vocalists and instrumentalists. The lyrical tunes combined with the powerful message they tell affect us all. In this arrangement all parts are interesting and the jazz harmonies add a really great color to this famous tune. There are solos for trumpet, baritone and clarinet in this arrangement.

Instruments: Choir, Vocal, Clarinet, Trumpet, Other, Woodwinds, Brass
Pat-a-Pan is a very rustic Christmas piece that is set in a round beginning with two clarinets and adding a solo flute and trumpet. The percussive "drone" parts add a distinct colour to this piece. The round builds to a glorious climax giving way to an odd duet pair - the tubas! The piece ends how it began, quietly with a rustic flare.

Instruments: Flute, Clarinet, Trumpet, Tuba, Woodwinds, Brass
This folk song has been arranged in a theme and variations format for a variety of solo instruments (either a flute, clarinet, alto sax, trumpet, or trombone/euphonium). The band plays the accompaniment figures as well as the break strains. The solo part is very reasonable and sounds harder than it is (about a Grade 3 1/2). This is great piece for showing off that talented soloist in your ensemble.

Instruments: Flute, Clarinet, Trumpet, Trombone, Folk, Bells, Woodwinds, Brass, Percussion
Reesor Park is an energetic overture full of rhythmic drive and interest for all players. A majestic opening quickly turns into a driving energetic section with shifting rhythms and colourful percussion. The gentle slow section brings a sense of calm with the flute melody floating over harmonies in the clarinets. The brass have a short turn with this slow melody before the return of the fast energetic material. The piece drives toward an exciting ending. Ideal for contest use!

Instruments: Flute, Clarinet, Percussion, Brass, Woodwinds
This incredibly famous melody will quickly become a favourite with beginning musicians. This would make an excellent first piece after working through a method book. The clarinets are below the break, the brass range is reasonable but this arrangement will sound great with these developing players.

Instruments: Clarinet, Brass, Woodwinds
Canon by Johann Pachelbel is one of the most famous and recognizable pieces of classical music. The treatment of the melody in this arrangement follows a popular Baroque tradition, the concerto grosso. This technique utilizes a small group of soloists that were supported by the remainder of the ensemble. In this arrangement, the solo instruments are 2 flutes and 2 clarinets which have the majority of the technically scalar passages as well as the lyrical melody line. The "chamber sound" created by this arrangement is a welcome variation from the tutti sound that is commonly found in concert band writing.

Instruments: Choir, Flute, Clarinet, Vocal, Woodwinds
Break Out is conceived in a Boogie Woogie style. This fun piece provides the opportunity to have young bands and . There are short feature solos for trumpet, alto sax and clarinet. This short piece would make a great encore or closer to a concert.

Instruments: Clarinet, Trumpet, Woodwinds, Brass
This tune is one of the favourite and most often recorded folksongs of the British Isles. The arranger has given the beautiful flowing melody to the flutes with the clarinets and alto saxophones providing interesting and almost wandering accompaniment. Melody flows from the flutes to the trumpets and even to a short duet in the clarinet section. This famous tune offers a new lyric piece for young band on your next concert. Believe Me if All Those Endearing Young Charms would also make a great warmup and tuning piece for bands of any level.

Instruments: Flute, Clarinet, Trumpet, Folk, Woodwinds, Brass
This piece is an ethereal and effective work for winds, piano, and percussion. It opens with three solo flutes echoing a call as if it were played on a mountain top. Various soloists are featured throughout, including flute, oboe, clarinet, and alto saxophone. Full sonorous brass section moments contrast the clear, lightly scored woodwind texture. Powerful and transparent. (5:00)"This colorful work will program well as a change-of-pace moment"- The Instrumentalist

Instruments: Piano, Flute, Clarinet, Oboe, Percussion, Brass, Oud, Piano and Keyboard, Woodwinds, Folk
This concert opener was written for Texas conductor Robert McElroy and the ATSSB All-Region Symphonic Band. The majestic brass opening and rhythmic woodwind themes give each section a chance to shine. The piece also features lots of exciting percussion, a short bass clarinet solo, and an extended lyrical solo for horn or alto saxophone. Deep Water Bay is a small body of water on the south side of Hong Kong, China, where the composer attended high school. (6:20)

Instruments: Clarinet, Horn, Bass Guitar, Percussion, Brass, Woodwinds, Guitar