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.
Broaden the emotional range of your band with this contemplative piece. Your musicians will discover their potential learning the energetic syncopation and intricate counterpoint. An excellent choice for your concert's overture.
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.
Captivate your audience with this off-beat chart with something unforgettable for everyone. Each musician plays a vital role in this minor blues featuring the bass instruments (bass, baritone sax, bass trombone). The off-beat voicings and inventive ensemble sections give your musicians a unique experience.
In the tradition of Thad Jones, this 16-bar blues gives all your band members an opportunity to stretch out in some solo space. You’ll love this chart with compelling ensemble sections and open solos to challenge all your musicians. Bring the spirit of the Village Vanguard to your next gig.