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You've Got What? - Download PDF,<em> by David Caffey</em> The Murphy Strut - Download PDF, by David Caffey Come On In  - PDF Download, by David Caffey


You've Got What? - (Level V) This fast swinging chart was inspired by Thad Jones’ classic composition, Fingers. The tune is based on Bb Rhythm changes, thus the title! There’s plenty of opportunity for multiple jazz soloists with backgrounds. The piece builds throughout, ending with a virtuosic shout chorus that will thrill your audience. It’s challenging, but rewarding for the players and audience! Note: This is the 2006 revision; most of the chart is in Bb instead of the original Eb, which is significantly less difficult than the original version. (8 Brass)

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The Murphy Strut - (Level IV) Commissioned by the Martin Murphy Middle School Jazz Ensemble in Morgan Hill, California, this hard-driving shuffle in blues form features solo space for tenor sax with optional solos for other players in the band. There is plenty of variety in the chart including unison lines, interesting counterpoint, and a strong full-ensemble shout section. (8 brass)

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(8 brass) Commissioned by Gene Aitken for the UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival All-Stars to feature saxophonist Don Aliquo, Come On In is a medium shuffle in minor blues form that features the tenor soloist throughout, although solo space can easily be spread to other players. The chart builds continuously to a driving shout chorus – it’s a strong concert opener. There are no woodwind doubles.

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Belmont,<em> by Cassio Vianna</em> Amizade,<em> by Cassio Vianna</em> Come On In, by David Caffey
Belmont, by Cassio Vianna
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Amizade, by Cassio Vianna
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Belmont (8 Brass) (Level 4) “Belmont” is a flowing chart written in even 8th notes, reminiscent of ECM jazz styles. Very expressive and heartfelt, the flugelhorn carries the melody, which flows and evolves passionately over a rich harmonic texture. Both the flugelhorn and the tenor saxophone improvise, while a light samba groove takes over. “Belmont” is strongly influenced by the romantic character of Brazilian music, an influence that can be felt both in its driving groove and in its lyrical melodies. Saxophones double on flutes and clarinets. 8 brass. .

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Amizade (8 Brass) (Level 4) “Amizade” is Portuguese for “friendship.” This medium shuffle in D minor is filled with energy and joy from beginning to end. Tenor and alto saxophones, as well as the drums, are featured as soloists, while the chart builds to a powerful shout chorus. This chart is a strong concert opener! 8 Brass. .

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(8 brass) Commissioned by Gene Aitken for the UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival All-Stars to feature saxophonist Don Aliquo, Come On In is a medium shuffle in minor blues form that features the tenor soloist throughout, although solo space can easily be spread to other players. The chart builds continuously to a driving shout chorus – it’s a strong concert opener. There are no woodwind doubles.

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Q Street Shuffle,<em> by Dave Stamps</em> Blues on Hawthorn Road,<em> by Dan Keberle</em> Bill's Blues,<em> by Dan Keberle</em>


(8 Brass) (Level 4) Q STREET SHUFFLE Derivative of the iconic stylings of Thad Jones, Q Street Shuffle romps through a catchy melody, challenging sax soli, and jazz march style brass shout. Selected as one of the 2013 Jazz Education Network’s Student Composition Showcase Award Winners, this chart features accessible chord changes (similar to Bobby Hebb’s Sunny) and plenty of energy. It is the perfect opener for your concert program! [Grade 5 – Soprano Sax Lead – Lead Trumpet F#6]

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(Level IV) Blues on Hawthorne Road is an original by Dan himself in the style of Count Basie to offer genuine big band music most suitable for advanced high school and college bands. This F blues features a simple but memorable melody supported by a swing shuffle feel, an absolutely essential style to be known in jazz repertoire. Two “sparse” choruses feature fragments of themes and motifs between sections, then a solo section backed by bluesy background figures, followed by an exciting shout chorus.   Hawthorne Road is the home of Whitworth University’s Music Department in Spokane, Washington. 8 Brass

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(Level IV)
An Eb blues in the style of the Count Basie Band, Bill’s Blues is a hard swinging shuffle written in 2009 to honor retiring Whitworth University President Bill Robinson. The chart features a syncopated melody in a call and response pattern, played the first time by the lead alto sax, baritone sax, and 4th trumpet, and played a second time by the sax section. Solos for tenor sax, trumpet, and includes a sax section soli. 8 Brass

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Red Hot Blues,<em> by David Gibble</em> You've Got What?,<em> by David Caffey</em> Into The Sunset,<em> by Charley Gray</em>
(8 Brass) Written with shuffle master Duffy Jackson in mind, this Thad Jones-County Basie style, 24-bar blues is an excellent blowing vehicle for your trumpet and alto saxophone soloists. It also contains some interesting ensemble sections that set up the solosts and provide background figures. This chart gradually builds toward a climax end with the soloists playing over top of a swinging, but powerful ensemble. Features: Trumpet, alto saxophone and drum solos.

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You've Got What? - (Level V) This fast swinging chart was inspired by Thad Jones’ classic composition, Fingers. The tune is based on Bb Rhythm changes, thus the title! There’s plenty of opportunity for multiple jazz soloists with backgrounds. The piece builds throughout, ending with a virtuosic shout chorus that will thrill your audience. It’s challenging, but rewarding for the players and audience! Note: This is the 2006 revision; most of the chart is in Bb instead of the original Eb, which is significantly less difficult than the original version. (8 Brass)

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(Level IV) This medium to up-tempo shuffle utilizes Lydian dominant harmonies. Solo section backgrounds build to Buddy Rich-style tutti shout with drum fills. 8 Brass

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Night Passage,<em> by Jeff Beal</em> Road Daze,<em> by Keith Bishop</em> Sugar,<em> by Brett Stamps</em>
Sugar, by Brett Stamps
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(level V) This shuffle tune, in the style of Thad Jones, swings hard! A 5-voice sax soli confirms Thad's inspiration.   8 Brass

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(4 Brass, 2 or 3 Sax) Original shuffle blues with solos for alto and trumpet. Optional horn (interchangeable with trombone), bari sax, and vibes.

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(Level IV) This arrangement was performed with the University of Miami Concert Jazz Band featuring the Brecker Brothers at the 1977 Montreux Jazz Festival. Based on Turrentine’s original recording, this arrangement features hard blowing ensembles, full chorus sax soli and an exciting ending. It includes open solos with backgrounds for alto sax and trombone (stop time). 8 Brass

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The Murphy Strut, by David Caffey Let's Fall,<em> by Kirk Marcy</em> Amazing Grace,<em> by Bill 'Orange' Lyons</em>
Let's Fall, by Kirk Marcy
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The Murphy Strut - (Level IV) Commissioned by the Martin Murphy Middle School Jazz Ensemble in Morgan Hill, California, this hard-driving shuffle in blues form features solo space for tenor sax with optional solos for other players in the band. There is plenty of variety in the chart including unison lines, interesting counterpoint, and a strong full-ensemble shout section. (8 brass)

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This medium-tempo tune is sure to please any audience. A unison beginning goes into a two-part section, then to a four-part section. Solo section with a nice ending. Singable by all vocal jazz groups. A good beginning work for young jazz choir. SSATB with rhythm section

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(Level III) This traditional gospel, shuffle arrangement with jazz harmonies is sure to satisfy. The larger the ensemble, the better this one will sound. The 6/8 meter keeps the gospel flow, and the harmonic structure will keep the jazz ears awake with its reharmonization. The opening and closing solo melody may be as free as your gospel ear desires. SSAATBB 

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