Your band will get into this exciting chart reminiscent of the cool-jazz style of Gil Evans. This 16-bar blues is a familiar form with fresh sounding modal harmonies. Challenge your players and amaze your audiences.
Expand the sound and experience of your band with this daring avant-garde composition. Your sax section will learn the necessary skills of doubling on flute and clarinet. Juxtaposed avant-grade and straight-ahead swing sections will engage your audience.
Challenge your band with this blues chart written over a 5/4 groove. Empower your players to improvise in this striking modal style and offbeat groove. The dominant development section will hold your audience spellbound.
It’s time to take your band to it’s NYC first club date. This David Sanborn style chart will raise the energy and get your audience out of their seats. A challenging 7/4 groove and intricate ensemble writing will get your band ready for SNL.
Allow your players to improve their skills with this swing chart based on In the Days of Wine and Roses. The daring stop-time opening will move your audience to the edge of their seats at your next program.
Your band will bond with its audience in a way it never has with this ensemble ballad. Short solos create the delicate balance of individual expression and ensemble sensitivity. Hear your ensemble grow as they master this mature work.
Put a daring chart in your book for your next gig with this G-minor shuffle. All your players can do some blowin’ with the changes in everyone’s part. Everyone will get up and dance from the opening bars and mesmerized by the ensemble section.
Every program needs a powerful ballad featuring your best soloist. Your lead alto player can sink their teeth into this mysterious minor-major 7th blues. The drama between soloist and ensemble will move your audience.
Your audience will feel the energy of this terrific uptempo swing chart at the program. Your sax section will sound great and learn play as a section with the challenging sax soli. Spotlight trumpet and trombone soloists with space to build their improv skills.