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Tale Of The Open Road, by Erik Applegate Tale Of The Open Road - PDF Download, by Erik Applegate Come On In, by David Caffey
(9 Brass) A sophisticated contemporary piece with creative architecture and orchestral colors, reminiscent of the Pat Metheny Group. A haunting chant-like melody played by solo piano and then joined by tenor continues to develop over a straight 3/4 (or 6/8) groove. This leads to a tenor solo beginning over a bass vamp that moves into the changes of the tune. A piano solo continues from the tenor solo and leads to a development section with a memorable melody. Commissioned by Gene Aitken for the 2008 UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival All-Stars, and recorded by UNC Jazz Lab Band I on their upcoming CD.


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Tale Of The Open Road (9 Brass) A sophisticated contemporary piece with creative architecture and orchestral colors, reminiscent of the Pat Metheny Group. A haunting chant-like melody played by solo piano and then joined by tenor continues to develop over a straight 3/4 (or 6/8) groove. This leads to a tenor solo beginning over a bass vamp that moves into the changes of the tune. A piano solo continues from the tenor solo and leads to a development section with a memorable melody. Commissioned by Gene Aitken for the 2008 UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival All-Stars, and recorded by UNC Jazz Lab Band I on their upcoming CD.

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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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Come On In  - PDF Download, by David Caffey El Viaje Adelante (The Journey Ahead),<em> by Eric Richards</em> The View From The Villa,<em> by Eric Richards</em>


(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.

By purchasing this product, you agree not to reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell, or exploit for any purpose, any portion of the music, use of the music, any data or image or access to the music. This download is intended for use by the purchaser only. Usually one (1) copy for one (1) ensemble.

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El Viaje Adelante (The Journey Ahead) (8 Brass, Trumpet/Flugelhorn 5 opt.) Commisioned by Gene Aitken for the 2004 UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival All Star Big Band. This exciting composition is a high energy Latin chart that features tenor saxophone, trumpet and drums/percussion. It is written at the advanced level and is ideal for concert and festival performance. Soprano saxophone lead. Doubles: None/optional (non-critical) piccolo double in alto II.

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The View From The Villa (Level V) Commissioned for the 2007 UNC Greeley Jazz Festival Big Band by Gene Aitken.
THE VIEW FROM THE VILLA is based on a contemporary reworking of “Rhythm” changes set in a “calypso funk” groove (think “Son of St. Thomas”). The chart opens with an exciting unison ensemble soli and then features Trumpet IV and Trombone II. Soprano saxophone section lead (no woodwind doubles).

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Erbil Street Samba, <em> by Eric Richards</em> Samba For Sensei,<em> by Eric Richards</em> El Viaje Adelante - Download PDF (The Journey Ahead),<em> by Eric Richards</em>
Erbil Street Samba (Level V) Commissioned for the 2008 UNC Greeley Jazz Festival Big Band by Gene Aitken. This exciting “street samba” is written in tribute to Gene’s work with jazz education outreach to the young musicians of Erbil, Iraq. The piece features Trumpet IV, Trombone II, and Guitar. No woodwind doubles (optional piccolo on Alto II). Soprano saxophone section lead.

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Samba For Sensei (Level V) Commissioned for the 2006 UNC Greeley Jazz Festival Big Band by Gene Aitken.
This extended samba for big band is set in a variant of the infectious “Partido Alto” feel and makes a great opener or closer. Soprano saxophone section lead (no woodwind doubles). Features Trumpet IV and Trombone II.

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El Viaje Adelante (The Journey Ahead) (8 Brass, Trumpet/Flugelhorn 5 opt.) Commisioned by Gene Aitken for the 2004 UNC/Greeley Jazz Festival All Star Big Band. This exciting composition is a high energy Latin chart that features tenor saxophone, trumpet and drums/percussion. It is written at the advanced level and is ideal for concert and festival performance. Soprano saxophone lead. Doubles: None/optional (non-critical) piccolo double in alto II.

By purchasing this product, you agree not to reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell, or exploit for any purpose, any portion of the music, use of the music, any data or image or access to the music. This download is intended for use by the purchaser only. Usually one (1) copy for one (1) ensemble.

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The View From The Villa - Download PDF,<em> by Eric Richards</em> Samba For Sensei - Download PDF,<em> by Eric Richards</em> Erbil Street Samba - Download PDF, <em> by Eric Richards</em>
The View From The Villa (Level V) Commissioned for the 2007 UNC Greeley Jazz Festival Big Band by Gene Aitken.
THE VIEW FROM THE VILLA is based on a contemporary reworking of “Rhythm” changes set in a “calypso funk” groove (think “Son of St. Thomas”). The chart opens with an exciting unison ensemble soli and then features Trumpet IV and Trombone II. Soprano saxophone section lead (no woodwind doubles).

By purchasing this product, you agree not to reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell, or exploit for any purpose, any portion of the music, use of the music, any data or image or access to the music. This download is intended for use by the purchaser only. Usually one (1) copy for one (1) ensemble.

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Samba For Sensei (Level V) Commissioned for the 2006 UNC Greeley Jazz Festival Big Band by Gene Aitken.
This extended samba for big band is set in a variant of the infectious “Partido Alto” feel and makes a great opener or closer. Soprano saxophone section lead (no woodwind doubles). Features Trumpet IV and Trombone II.

By purchasing this product, you agree not to reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell, or exploit for any purpose, any portion of the music, use of the music, any data or image or access to the music. This download is intended for use by the purchaser only. Usually one (1) copy for one (1) ensemble.

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Erbil Street Samba (Level V) Commissioned for the 2008 UNC Greeley Jazz Festival Big Band by Gene Aitken. This exciting “street samba” is written in tribute to Gene’s work with jazz education outreach to the young musicians of Erbil, Iraq. The piece features Trumpet IV, Trombone II, and Guitar. No woodwind doubles (optional piccolo on Alto II). Soprano saxophone section lead.

By purchasing this product, you agree not to reproduce, duplicate, copy, sell, resell, or exploit for any purpose, any portion of the music, use of the music, any data or image or access to the music. This download is intended for use by the purchaser only. Usually one (1) copy for one (1) ensemble.

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