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Blue And Sentimental<br>TTBB A Cappella<br><em>arr. by Bob Martin</em> Cookin' At The Continental<br>SATBB w/Rhythm Section, Level III<br><em>arr. by Mark Mazur</em> Sister Sadie<br>SATB w/Rhythm Section, Level IV<br><em>by orace Silver, arr. Christine Salerno</em>
(Level III) A slow grooving version of this Basie classic. It starts out right on the chorus with everyone on words. "Oo's" on bridge the first time around with a half step modulation into the last 'A'. This is a very tight arrangement with ample opportunity to work on swing feel, by accenting the upbeat on eighth note passages. TTBB A Cappella

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The classic Lambert, Henricks and Ross opener or closer. Tune will work at any tempo from medium-up to burning-up. SATB with rhythm section.

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(Level 4) A classic jazz tune written by piano great, Horace Silver. A Horace Silver piano solo transcription with lyrics by the arranger strategically placed in the middle of the chart, offers soli groups the chance to "tell their story" about Sadie. Repetitive motifs keep this arrangement simple, yet very appealing to the audience. SATB with rhythm section.

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Pent-up House<br>SATB w/Rhythm Section<br><em>by Sonny Rollins, arr. Dave Cross</em> Things Are Gettin' Better<br>SATB w/Rhythm Section<br><em>arr. by Dave Cross</em> Things Are Gettin' Better<br>SSAA w/Rhythm Section<br><em>arr. by Dave Cross</em>
Sonny Rollins' hard-bop classic is fitted out with a set of lyrics that are a rallying call for people to get out and hear live jazz! This chart will present your singers a rhythmic challenge to deliver the message of the lyrics. Improv solo sections give an opportunity to feature some of your best soloists. SATB with rhythm section.

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Eddie Jefferson inspired this arrangement. A fun, medium-swing chart with lyrics that really sell it. May be opened up for work on developing solos. SATB with rhythm.

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Eddie Jefferson inspired this arrangement. A fun, medium-swing chart with lyrics that really sell it. May be opened up for work on developing solos. SSAA with rhythm.

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What You Gonna Call Your Pretty Little Baby/A Child Is Born - Instant Download 16 Copies<br>SSAA A Cappella, Level III<br><em>arr. by Morgan Ames</em> Boplicity<br>SATB w/Rhythm Section, Level IV<br><em> by Gregory W. Yasinitsky</em> My Little Suede Shoes<br>SATB w/Rhythm Section, Level III<br><em> by Christine Salerno</em>


Two-song blend of a traditional spiritual and a Thad Jones' jazz classic. Solos meant for free interpretation. Never more than 4-parts at once including solos. SSAA a Capella.

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(Level 4) Vocal jazz setting of the Miles Davis classic featured on the Birth of the Cool with lyrics by Mark Murphy. Nice ensemble writing with a contrapuntal section (two-part), including piano and scat solos and a swinging shout chorus. SATB with rhythm section.

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(Level 3) This Latin/Salsa Charlie Parker tune is a great "change of pace" selection for any concert lineup. The women begin the piece and then the guys add a rhythmic counter melody which leads into a harmonized bridge. A challenging all-chorus scat breaks is followed by a piano solo, and after a smooth modulation, the percussionists show their stuff in an open solo section. Lyrics are by the arranger. SATB with rhythm section.

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Peace<br>SATB w/Rhythm Section, Level IV<br><em>by Horace Silver, arr. by Christine Salerno</em> What You Gonna Call Your Pretty Little Baby/A Child Is Born<br>SSAA A Cappella, Level III<br><em>arr. by Morgan Ames</em> Homecoming (Count 'Em)<br>SSATB w/Rhythm Section, Level III<br><em> by Jeff Hall</em>
(Level 4) This beautiful Horace Silver ballad contains unique lyrics and a harmonized Horace Silver transcription. Challenging and inspiring, this arrangement is ideal for an upper level ensemble. SATB with rhythm section.

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Two-song blend of a traditional spiritual and a Thad Jones' jazz classic. Solos meant for free interpretation. Never more than 4-parts at once including solos. SSAA a Capella.

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A vocal adaptation of the Basie Band's Count 'Em, this arrangement features three vocalese solos performed by three females (or by two females and a male soloist). With powerful dynamic changes, "horn" hits and a swinging shout section, this is classic Basie. SATB (soprano require a high Bb) with rhythm.

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Revelation<br>SATB w/Rhythm Section, Level III<br><em> by Dave Filsinger</em> Love You Madly<br>SATB w/Rhythm Section<em>arr. by Dave Cross</em> Giant Steps<br>SSAA w/Rhythm Section<br><em>by John Coltrane, arr. Chuck Dotas SSAA</em>
An up-tempo gospel shuffle arrangement of the Yellowjackets tune. A rubato intro featuring an alto sax leads into an exciting rhythmic piece featuring a lead vocal, solo sections, and an organ, sax, bass and drums rhythm section. This exciting number allows the alto sax to improvise in a blues shuffle style. SATB with rhythm section.

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A classic melody by Duke Ellington in an exciting swing setting. SATB with written-out parts for piano, bass and drums.

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Two versions are available, one for female voices and one for mixed voices; both with rhythm section. A brief rubato interlude leads to an up-tempo pedal section featuring contemporary voicings in the ensemble. This leads to the well-known head and a vocal soli taken from Coltrane's famous solo. Space is provided for improvised solos. Difficult. SSAA with rhythm

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Icarus<br>SATB A Cappella, Level III<br><em>arr. Gary Rosen<em/> Up Jumped Spring<br>SATB or SAATB w/Rhythm Section, Level III<br><em>arr. by Rachel Steckler</em> Everybody's Boppin'<br>SATB w/Rhythm Section, Level III<br><em>arr. by Mark Mazur</em>


(Level 3) This is an a cappella arrangement of Ralph Towner's beautiful melody, previously performed by the Paul Winter Consort and by Oregon, with poetic lyrics by Gary Rosen. An open, multi-textured arrangement, it starts with a bass ostinato, bulding gradually with the addition of a lilting melody and gentle background and rises to a climax with multiple contrapuntal, interweaving lines which resolve inevitably to a rich final chord. Recorded on UNC's Hot VI. SATB a cappella.

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(Level 3) This chart offers a fresh and challenging interpretation of Freddie Hubbard's original tune including lyrics by Abbey Lincoln. The arrangement features soprano and alto along with improvised solos by flugelhorn and piano. In addition, there is a Freddie Hubbard flugelhorn solo that was transcribed from his album, Backlash, and arranged as a vocal soli. A vamp is utilized in the closing section where counterpoint plays a significant role. SAATB or SATB with flugelhorn, piano, bass and drums.

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The up-tempo Lambert, Hendricks and Ross opener or closer. A male or female soloist with lots of "chops" is necessary. No improvisation required. SATB with rhythm section.

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I Remember Clifford<br>SATB w/Rhythm Section, Level IV<br><em> by Dave Cazier</em> That's Killer Joe<br>SATB w/Rhythm Section, Level III<br><em> by Dave Cazier</em> God Bless the Child<br>SATBB A Cappella, Level IV<br><em>arr. by Mark Mazur</em>
A beautiful ballad specifically designed to feature someone of medium high range. An a cappella intro and tasteful backgrounds make this chart a definite crowed pleaser. SATB with rhythm section and solo.

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A Benny Golson favorite popularized by the Manhattan Transfer. This arrangement feautres a great swing/shuffle groove and unlimited opprotunity for solos. SATB with rhythm section.

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Billie Holiday and Blood, Sweat and Tears helped to make the tune part of the standard jazz literature. A beautiful arrangement. SATB a cappella.

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Up Jumped Spring - Instant Download 16 Copies<br>SATB or SAATB w/Rhythm Section, Level III<br><em>arr. by Rachel Steckler</em> Billie's Bounce<br>SSATB w/Rhythm Section, Level III<br><em>arr. by Cathy Jensen-Hole</em> Stolen Moments,<em> by Darmon Meader</em>


(Level 3) This chart offers a fresh and challenging interpretation of Freddie Hubbard's original tune including lyrics by Abbey Lincoln. The arrangement features soprano and alto along with improvised solos by flugelhorn and piano. In addition, there is a Freddie Hubbard flugelhorn solo that was transcribed from his album, Backlash, and arranged as a vocal soli. A vamp is utilized in the closing section where counterpoint plays a significant role. SAATB or SATB with flugelhorn, piano, bass and drums.

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View all charts by Rachel Steckler


(Level III) Bebop blues with lots of unisons and a vocal soli based on a J. J. Johnson solo. A fun chart with room for solos. SSATB w/ rhythm section


A fresh jazz treatment of the Oliver Nelson classic featuring an opening alto solo. The open improvisation section features the string voicings of the New York Voices. A must for your jazz library. SSATB with rhythm section.

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Whisper Not<br>SSATBB A Cappella<br><em>by Benny Golson, arr. Marion Linton</em> Afternoon in Paris<br>SSATB w/Rhythm Section, Level III<br><em>arr. by Cathy Jensen-Hole</em> Birdland<br>SATB w/Rhythm Section, Level IV<br><em>arr. by Mark Mazur</em>
Looking for a tune to showcase a strong male vocalist and improviser? This arrangement of Benny Golson's Whisper Not features a 32-bar scat solo which builds from a sparse beginning to a lush and rhythmic climax. It's a great classic with lots of groove to add to the repertoire. SSATBB a cappella.

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(Level III) A swing arrangement of John Lewis' tune that works well at either medium or fast tempo. The chart with its lyric-less melody also has vocal soli and plenty room for solos. SSATB w/ rhythm section

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Finally, a vocal jazz arrangement made popular by Manhattan Transfer with horns that is a challenge and well worth the effort. SATB with horns and rhythm section.

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Quiet Now<br>SSATB A Cappella, Level IV<br><em>arr. by Cathy Jensen-Hole</em> Four Brothers<br>SATBB w/Rhythm Section, Level IV<br><em>arr. by Mark Mazur</em> Giant Steps, Download PDF<em> by Darmon Meader/Peter Eldridge/Kim Nazarian</em>


(Level IV) A beautiful emotional ballad writen by Denny A. Zeitlin with lyrics by Catherine Jensen-Hole.


Yes, it's here!! The tune made famous by the Dave Lambert Singers and Manhattan Transfer. Recorded by Vocal Jazz I on UNC's Hot II (LP or CD). A fun chart to sing and not hard to learn. A must for everyone...strong opener or closer. SATBB with four solo singers and rhythm section.

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Caravan,<em> by Darmon Meader/Peter Eldridge</em> Giant Steps,<em> by Darmon Meader/Peter Eldridge/Kim Nazarian</em> In a Mellow Tone,<em> Darmon Meader</em>


(Level V) In the tradition of jazz vocalese, this Ellington tune comes alive with new lyrics and additional new music. An exciting and challenging program selection for the more advanced vocal jazz ensemble. SSATB w/ rhythm section
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(Level 5) An exciting Darmon Meader arrangement of the Coltrane Classic. Great soli sections will provide a welcome challenge for the ambitious choir.
SSATB with rhythm section.


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This Darmon Meader arrangement of the Duke Ellington classic combines the Ellington Big Band, Basie Big Band and Lambert, Hendricks and Ross versions. The arrangement features vocalese section for solo male and female as well as intricate backgrounds for the ensemble. The song builds to a dynamic shout chorus based on the Frank Foster/CBO arrangement. SATB or SSATBB with rhythm (Please specify voicing)

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Desafinado,<em> by Darmon Meader</em> 'Round Midnight,<em> by Darmon Meader</em>
This classic A. C. Jobim bossa nova arranged by Darmon Meader features both male and female solos interspersed with lush vocal textures. Instrumental solo space is also built into the arrangement. SSATBB with rhythm section. Also available with big band accompaniment.

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