What do you get when you combine grunge rock inspiration and minor blues harmonies? Have Some More lets your students rock out while learning to play the blues. With a thrilling sax soli and a ripping shout chorus, your audience will be asking for more.
The swirling melodies and driving groove of Working Things Out is a musical representation of being presented a challenge and continuing to press on to find a solution. Improvised solos are encouraged, but written solos are provided for students who are still "working things out."
Like a steampunk gearbox, this chart is the perfect combination of mechanical precision and beauty. The individual cycling melodies mesh neatly with one another to provide a mesmerizing soundscape underneath flowing melodies. There are written solos as well as chord changes for tenor saxophone and trombone.
Get all your drummers involved with this modern latin piece! Applied Physics juxtaposes punchy background hits with singing melodies that your band will be humming outside of the class. There are solo sheets that have written solos as well as a guide for improvising. The solo section is flexible and can feature one soloist or split between many. The percussion rounds out the solo section with a soli of their own. Have fun making this chart your own!