Wishing Well expertly weaves layers of melodies and polyrhythms that gives such a full sound that you'll forget that is was written for a small ensemble. This piece was written for 3 saxes, 2 trumpets, and 2 trombones for bands that have a smaller ensemble but still want something fresh. Full big bands can double parts and play this without hesitation.
Archways is a tasty reggae piece with soothing harmonies and a melody that you'll be humming throughout the day. The solos have approachable chord changes for improvisation but also include written solos.
This hip-hop arrangement of O Holy Night is exquisitely reharmonized. It is a fresh and modern take on a classic carol. A written solo and chord changes are provided for whatever level your soloist is at.
If you could put the first sip of warm coffee while watching the sun rise and reflecting on the good things in life into a piece of music, Blessed is it. This gospel-based piece is so pleasant it's basically therapeutic. Feature your tenor sax player with this approachable gospel piece.
Add variety and contrast to your holiday program with this modern take on O Come, O Come, Emmanuel. It takes the listener on a reflective journey that culminates with a swinging shout chorus before returning to its reflective recapitulation.
The "Switched On Pop" podcast investigated if a certain melodic motif was part of an alt-rock conspiracy for indie groups to get more radio play. Alt + ~ uses that same motif in an alt-rock power ballad to see if it translates to more copies sold to band directors. Buy yours now to find out.