Jazz. The title of this Bill Evans composition suggests the fact that the meter continually alternates between sections of 3/4 and 4/4 time. The tempo is medium fast with a strong swing feel. Both tenor trombone and piano are well-featured to this tune'sintensely chromatic changes, and there are some trombone "fours" near the end. This arrangement is quite difficutl technically and demands an excellent bass trombonist. It will challenge top professional groups. Scored for 5 tenors, 1 bass & rhyth...
Jazz. If the title doesn't suggest the tune on which the chords in this Curt Berg chart is based, it will soon become apparent when played. The key, however, modulates up a minor third half-way through the tune. This is mostly a modern-sounding arrangement with an angular melody and interesting chord substitutions, but there is a quasi-Dixie section near the end. The first solo section alternates bass and bass trombone, and the fourth bone gets an extended solo later. The solos sections follow th...
Jazz. An original ballad written in memory of a great trombonist/composer from that city. Several players share the melody, ith the jazz solo on the 4th part. The intro and the ending are conducted and the harmonies are modern and somewhat complex. For 5tenors, bass & rhythm section. --the publisher
Category: Trombone Sextets w/Rhythm Section Item: 071485 Grade: Price: $35.00 Availability: Ships in 10 to 15 Days
Jazz. Interplay is a medium minor blues, and one of Bill Evans' earlier compositions, and this arrangement utilizes elements of the arrangement on his album of the same name. There is much additional material as well. The bass trombone is featured both in written and improvised solos, and the third trombone has an extended solo as well. Both the bassist and drummer have short solo sections with ensemble sendoffs. Scored for 5 tenors, 1 bass & rhythm. --the publisher
Category: Trombone Sextets w/Rhythm Section Item: 071487 Grade: Price: $35.00 Availability: Ships in 10 to 15 Days
Jazz. My Bells is a short arrangement of one of Bill Evans' ballads that features the first trombonist. There is no improvisation in any of the parts, and the piano has an important notated part to play. The solo part is not technically difficult, exceptfor the fact that two sustained high F's are called for. Difficult level. Scored for 5 tenors, 1 bass & rhythm.
Category: Trombone Sextets w/Rhythm Section Item: 071491 Grade: Price: $32.00 Availability: Ships in 10 to 15 Days
Jazz. Here is a chart based on changes from a well-known jazz classic from the 60's which alternates between Latin and swing feels. Soloists include bass trombone, piano, tenor bone & drums. The ensembles are demanding, but playable by a good ensemble. For 5 tenors, 1 bass & rhythm. --the publisher
Category: Trombone Sextets w/Rhythm Section Item: 071494 Grade: Price: $50.00 Availability: Ships in 10 to 15 Days
Jazz. An up tempo original by Curt that is loosely based on classic changes by Ray Noble. Solos are shared by solo trombone, piano & drums. There are occasional half-time swing sections on the bridge changes. This is quite a long arrangement that will require much rehearsal from any group that plays it. For 5 tenors, 1 bass & rhythm. -the publisher
Category: Trombone Sextets w/Rhythm Section Item: 071499 Grade: Price: $60.00 Availability: Ships in 10 to 15 Days
Jazz. This arrangement of one of Bill Evans' most famous and haunting ballads is the first in a series of Evans' compositions currently being written by trombonist/arranger Curt Berg. The melody/lead is split between two players, and the jazz may be shared as desired. The arrangement employs mixed meters at beginning and end, and requires a rhythm section with very good reading ability. The first and second parts will require a strong high register. Written for 5 tenors, 1 bass & rhythm. --the pu...