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2020 Summer Instrumental Catalog

J.W. Pepper Music Catalog

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Order Toll Free! Call 1.800.345.6296 / w: jwpepper.com / e: satisfaction@jwpepper.com JAZZ ENSEMBLE H The Incredibles (Medley)—Michael Giacchino/ arr. Stephen Bulla. Mix the stylish spy music from the 1960s with a dose of cool jazz and you have a winning combination for jazz ensemble. From the Pixar hit animated movie, here's a high-energy and entertaining chart that captures the essence of the soundtrack perfectly, with three themes from the movie that offer a ton of variety and entertainment! A middle section in a jazz waltz style is framed by exciting rock styles that will be appealing to both audiences and developing players. Highly recommended! 2480196 Jazz Ensemble . . . . . . . . . . . M 55.00 e Isn't She Lovely—Stevie Wonder/arr. John Berry. From Stevie Wonder's landmark 1976 album Songs in the Key of Life, this smooth and tender hit has gone on to become a jazz standard performed and recorded by many artists. In a moderate swing style, this easy chart captures the essence of the original in this version of younger bands. Including short written or improvised solos for alto sax and trumpet, it also has options for limited or expanded instrumentations. Highly recommended! 11105220 Jazz Ensemble . . . . . . . . . . . . E 40.00 e Megalovania (from the video game Under- tale)—Toby Fox/arr. Paul Murtha. Quirky and featuring a bit of a retro sound, this up-tempo theme is immediately recognizable to anyone in the gaming world. Solidly scored with plenty of drive and excitement, this will definitely add a little fun to any performance! 11105142 Jazz Ensemble . . . . . . . . . . ME 45.00 l Mr. Blue Sky—Jeff Lynne/arr. Roger Holmes. Originally released by the Electric Light Orchestra in 1978, this rock hit has been thrust back into the limelight thanks to its inclusion on numerous movie soundtracks, notably the opening sequence of "Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2." A great-sounding chart playable by developing ensembles! 11172122 Jazz Ensemble . . . . . . . . . . ME 45.00 e My Girl—arr. Rick Stitzel. Here's the classic Motown hit from 1964 and The Temptations in a great-sounding chart for young jazz ensembles. No solos are required, just skillful scoring for the entire band. Scored for standard jazz ensemble, but also playable with optional reduced or expanded instrumentations. Highly recommended! 10960670 Jazz Ensemble . . . . . . . . . . . . E 40.00 l Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da—John Lennon & Paul McCartney/arr. John Berry. This quirky tune was recorded by The Beatles for their 1968 White Album and featured in the Beatles-themed movie "Yesterday." With a medium tempo and quasi- Jamaican ska flavor, this chart is easy to learn, fun to play, has no solos, and is playable with optional reduced or expanded instrumentations. 11172137 Jazz Ensemble . . . . . . . . . . . . E 40.00 H September—arr. Mark Taylor. Here's the classic funk tune from Earth, Wind & Fire in a terrific arrangement for big band by Mark Taylor. This one includes all your favorite signature horn riffs as well as a solo for tenor sax. 10016127 Jazz Ensemble . . . . . . . . . . . M 50.00 e Shallow (from "A Star Is Born")—arr. Paul Murtha. Here's the stunning hit single from the movie "A Star Is Born" recorded by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper. This chart for younger players features a rock ballad style, solid scoring for the entire ensemble, a short written alto sax solo on the melody, and is playable with optional reduced or expanded instrumentations. Simply beautiful and highly recommended! 10963310 Jazz Ensemble . . . . . . . . . . . . E 40.00 He Sir Duke—Stevie Wonder/arr. Michael Mossman. In 1977 Stevie Wonder was in his prime and Sir Duke was on top of the charts. Michael Philip Mossman takes this familiar hit and adds his own unique touch. The opening features the brass with sax section fills. The middle section goes into a double-time swing and includes a solo for tenor sax, a soli for the saxes, and a drum break. All the familiar lines from the original are there too! Suggested solos are included along with scale/ chord sheets in all keys. Highly recommended! 10297508 Jazz Ensemble . . . . . . . . . . . M 50.00 e Take on Me—arr. John Berry. The trumpets are in the spotlight in this easy version of the 1985 techno rock classic recorded by the group A-ha. Featuring an energetic rock groove throughout, this arrangement is solidly scored for the entire band. This fun chart requires no solos and it's playable with optional reduced or augmented instrumentations. 10775176 Jazz Ensemble . . . . . . . . . . .VE 40.00 e Think—Franklin & White/arr. Paul Murtha. In the movie "The Blues Brothers," Aretha Franklin stole the show with her classic performance of this soulful rocker. It begins with trombones and then features the entire ensemble in this hot chart for developing jazz bands. There's a flexible solo section, however, written sample solos are provided for alto sax, trumpet and trombone. This exciting crowd pleaser is highly recommended! 10963308 Jazz Ensemble . . . . . . . . . . ME 45.00 What'd I Say?—Ray Charles/arr. Allen Gray. Ray Charles. Need we say more? Ranked tenth on Rolling Stone's 500 Greatest Songs of All Time, this soulful anthem mixes rhumba, rhythm and blues styles for a chart your audience and your students will really enjoy. Saxes, trumpet and trombone sections all get a taste of the melody mixed in with fun horn riffs. The solo section features a written alto sax solo or improvised solos for tenor sax, trumpet or trombone. Next, the chart goes into a call and response chorus everyone will recognize before igniting into a big finish with a recap of the main theme. Sparkling, authentic and highly recommended! 11000497 Jazz Ensemble . . . . . . . . . . ME 65.00 He You've Got a Friend in Me (from "Toy Story 2")—Randy Newman/arr. Rick Stitzel. This swingin' arrangement for beginning jazzers is based on the version by the character Wheezy featured in "Toy Story 2." The saxes enjoy most of the melody, but the brass get their chance too, along with a written solo or soli for the trumpets. This memorable salute to friendship is sure to be enjoyed by audiences of all ages! A CD is included and it is playable with optional reduced or expanded instrumentations. 10283174 Jazz Ensemble . . . . . . . . . . .VE 40.00 POP " Thank you for having all the great music available!" —Randy Wayamori, Stanton, CA Go to cart

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