Solos abound with open spots, if desired and, of course, the trumpet is featured This challenging up-tempo swinger really cooks! Composed as a tribute to Willie Maiden's charts for the Maynard Ferguson band of the '60s, it features solo exposures for trombone 1, tenor sax 1 and trumpet. I wrote this as a swinging feature for Alex Budman and myself.
Solos for tenor sax and trombone. Lead trumpet goes to high F optional G. Made famous by Maynard Ferguson, this fiery Latin jazz chart is a great way to open your show! Beginning with a relaxed, moderate pace, it really picks up steam into the final blistering push. Unavailable for many years, this outstanding and challenging composition for advanced jazz ensembles is back in print! Feature your drummer with this original work paying tribute to drummer Danny D'Imperio, whose experience is "deep" as he played with Woody Herman, Maynard Ferguson, Chuck Mangione, the Vanguard Orchestra and From the final recording by trumpet great Maynard Ferguson comes this beautiful ballad for medium level groups.
It features a great tune and trumpet parts throughout. Printed as originally scored , but Tom Davis - Alfred Publishing Co. This may not be the Maynard Ferguson arrangement, but it sure is fun! One of the best movie themes to come out of the 70's, this driving rock chart features that unmistakable bass lick, accented high-hat This unique new series features transcriptions of all By signing up, you agree to receive J. Pepper email newsletters, offers, promotions, and other commercial messages.
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M Medium. MA Medium-Advanced. ME Medium Easy. Bach LynZoil Valve Oil 1. Invented by trumpet player Lynn Nicholson, A Advanced. Here's a very unique chart from the pen of former Maynard Ferguson Band Availability Information Availability Information This item has been discontinued and we can only sell our remaining stock. Review: The fifth album released by this super popular boy band reached 2 on the Billboardae album charts, and is the first studio effort by One Direction since the departure of Zayn Malik.
Vocal Selections: Pal Joey. Vocal Selections: Passing Strange.
Singer-songwriter and performance artist Stew brings to the stage the story of a young black musician traveling from L. Heartfelt and hilarious, the soulful songs pass from gospel, punk, blues, jazz, and rock.
Vocal Selections: Peter Pan. With detailed notes on the show and songs. Songlist: Who Am I? Review: Adapted from Stephan Elliott's cult-classic film The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert, the Tony-winning musical is a comedy of errors involving two drag queens and a transsexual trekking through the remote Australian desert to a drag show in small resort town.
Vocal Selections: Promises, Promises. Vocal Selections: Rock of Ages. Review: Rock of Ages tells the tale of a rock star who meets his dream girl at a Los Angeles club performance in the '80s. Vocal Selections: Songs for a New World. It's about hitting the wall and having to make a choice, or take a stand, or turn around and go back.
The moment you think you know where you stand, the things that you're sure of slip from your hand, and you're suddenly a stranger in some completely different land.
Vocal Selections: South Pacific. Review: South Pacific has timeless magic, as evidenced by the seven Tony Awards for the latest production, including Best Musical Revival. Vocal Selections: Spring Awakening.
Review: Based on a controversial German play, Duncan Sheik and Steven Sater turned the story into an exciting rock musical that went on to win eight Tony Awards in including the coveted best musical. Vocal Selections: Stephen Sondheim - Assassins. Assassins climaxes in a surreal sequence where the assassins convince Lee Harvey Oswald that his act is the only way he will connect - with them, with history, and with the world.
Newly edited, with new music engravings, added songs, articles and photos. Vocal Selections: Sweeney Todd. Vocal Selections: Sweet Charity. It opened on Broadway January 29, , and was nominated for 12 Tony Awards. It's since gone on to many more performances around the world including multiple Broadway revivals. Vocal Selections: Tenderloin. Our songbook features 9 songs from the show, including Bobby Darin's recording of Artificial Flowers, which reached 20 on the Billboard charts.
Vocal Selections: The Addams Family. Review: The creepy and kooky Addams Family hit Broadway in April with this musical adaptation of the characters created by cartoonist Charles Addams in his single-panel gag cartoons for The New Yorker starting in Vocal Selections: The Drowsy Chaperone.
The funny, sweet and joyous show is a valentine to the Roaring '20s and the world of silent movies, where the music was colorful, right and wrong were black and white, and the girl who had IT had it all! Vocal Selections: The Little Mermaid. Review: In a magical kingdom beneath the sea, a beautiful young mermaid named Ariel longs to leave her ocean home to live in the world above.
But first, she'll have to defy her father - the king of the sea - to escape the clutches of an evil sea witch and convince a prince that she's the girl with the perfect voice. Based on one of the most beloved Disney films of all time and the classic Hans Christian Andersen fairy tale, The Little Mermaid is the sparkling new Disney musical that's poised to make a splash on Broadway.
Vocal Selections: The People in the Picture.
Review: Talkin' Broadway called this musical - about a grandmother recalling her life in the Yiddish theater and the Holocaust - an unbelievably powerful look at the history we create and destroy. Vocal Selections: The Pirate Queen. Review: From the creators of Les Miserables and the producers of Riverdance comes this new musical based on the life of 16th-century Irish pirate Grace O'Malley. Vocal Selections: The Toxic Avenger. Review: Lights up on the most traditional of all musical settings - a toxic waste dump off the New Jersey Turnpike. Melvin Ferd the Third, an aspiring earth scientist, vows to clean up the state.
Everyone is skeptical. Vocal Selections: The Wild Party. Review: A Tony and Drama Desk winner for Best Musical, this production focuses on the life and career of famed humorist and performer Will Rogers, using as a backdrop the Ziegfeld Follies, which he often headlined. Our songbook includes 11 tunes, plus a bio of composer Cy Coleman. Vocal Selections: tick, tick Review: An acclaimed three-person musical, tick, tick Review: This revised edition celebrates the legacy of one of the most famous musicals of all time with 13 newly engraved songs, a show biography and plot notes, facsimiles of Bernstein's original manuscripts, and 16 pages of photos from various productions.
Vocal Selections: White Christmas. Review: The film White Christmas is a beloved holiday classic. The stage musical has already delighted audiences nationwides, and will hit the Great White Way this holiday season!
Vocal Selections: Wicked. A prequel to the all-American classic The Wizard of Oz, this new musical is a character study of Elphaba and Glinda, school roommates who grow up to become the Wicked Witch and the Good Witch, respectively. Vocal Selections: Wildcat. Review: Eight songs from the musical starring Lucille Ball as an oil prospector. Vocal Selections: Young Frankenstein.