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AFRODISIA
Retail Price: 35.00

Recorded by Kenny Dorham
AGRA (FROM THE FAR EAST SUITE)
Retail Price: 50.00

Recorded by the Duke Ellington Orchestra
ĮGUAS DE MARO [WATERS OF MARCH]
Retail Price: 50.00

Recorded by Antonio Carlos Jobim
ALL I DO IS DREAM OF YOU
Retail Price: 65.00

Recorded by Dean Martin
ANGEL EYES
Retail Price: 40.00

Recorded by the Dave Pell Octet
ANY OLD TIME
Retail Price: 65.00

Recorded by Billie Holiday with Artie Shaw
ANYTHING GOES
Retail Price: 65.00

AS RECORDED BY FRANK SINATRA
ARABESQUE
Retail Price: 65.00

RECORDED BY THE HARRY JAMES ORCHESTRA
AVALON
Retail Price: 65.00

As Recorded By Anita O'Day
BEDOUIN
Retail Price: 65.00

Recorded by the Duke Pearson Big Band
BEGIN THE BEGUINE
Retail Price: 65.00

RECORDED BY THE ANDREWS SISTERS
BEGIN THE BEGUINE
Retail Price: 95.00

Recorded by Sammy Davis Jr.
BEGIN THE BEGUINE (BIG BAND)
Retail Price: 65.00

Recorded by Sammy Davis Jr.
BERNIE'S TUNE
Retail Price: 50.00

Recorded by Art Pepper
BIRTH OF THE BLUES
Retail Price: 95.00

Written for Sammy Davis, Jr.
BLOOD COUNT
Retail Price: 50.00

Recorded by the Duke Ellington Orchestra
BLUEPORT
Retail Price: 65.00

Recorded by the Gerry Mulligan Concert Jazz Band
BLUES AND THE ABSTRACT TRUTH, THE [COMPLETE SET]
Retail Price: 256.50

Recorded by Oliver Nelson
BLUES IN MY HEART
Retail Price: 65.00

Recorded by the American Jazz Orchestra
BOPLICITY
Retail Price: 50.00

AS RECORDED BY MILES DAVIS
BUT NOT FOR ME
Retail Price: 50.00

Recorded by Ella Fitzgerald
BUTCH AND BUTCH
Retail Price: 50.00

Recorded by Oliver Nelson
CAN'T WE BE FRIENDS?
Retail Price: 65.00

Recorded by Count Basie
CAN'T WE BE FRIENDS?
Retail Price: 65.00

Adapted from the Recorded by Sammy Davis, Jr.
CAROL OF THE BELLS
Retail Price: 50.00

Wynton says "I thought of the clarinet, soprano, and alto as little people who irritate humorously with little repetition. The baritone and the trombone are delivering the more serious message at the bottom. So you have the contrast between the gravity of the lower register shout and the levity and clarity of the upper register. It is also a minor blues with two feelings of meter, one straight 3/4, the other 6/4. In the upper reed parts I'm also turning the beats around the way they used to in the old stride school."
CASCADES
Retail Price: 50.00

Recorded by Oliver Nelson
CENTRAL CITY BLUES/HELLO [CENTRAL CITY SKETCHES #1 & 2]
Retail Price: 65.00

Recorded by the American Jazz Orchestra
CENTRAL CITY SKETCHES - COMPLETE SET OF 6 MOVEMENTS
Retail Price: 305.00

Recorded by the American Jazz Orchestra
CHILDREN MET THE TRAIN, THE
Retail Price: 40.00

It is with particular pride that Jazz Lines Publications presents edited and corrected publications of the library of octets composed by Alec Wilder, written between 1938 and 1940, with another group written in 1947. These were recorded for the Brunswick, Columbia and Vox labels, and a CD compilation of these octets is available from the Hep label. During the late thirties, several composers were intrigued with short-form composing using jazz rhythms and harmonies. Wilder was writing arrangements for dance band and writing songs when he had a meeting with Joe Higgins, an executive with Brunswick Records. Higgins envisioned a new series that would also become popular and sell records. Wilder suggested that the ensemble be made up of woodwinds (so he could include such fellow Eastman School of Music alumni as Mitch Miller and Jimmy Carroll) with bass and drums. He was listening to the harpsichord quite a bit during this time – his friend John Barrows was composing pieces for the instrument, and Miller was performing concerts with harpsichordist Yella Pessl - so Wilder added that instrument as well. Alec wrote a test piece for the ensemble, and Brunswick executive and Wilder friend Morty Palitz gave the okay for a recording session to be held during December of 1938. Wilder’s titles for these octets are sometimes autobiographical, sometimes elusive. Very early on, Wilder realized that the clarinets and flute could play swing rhythms easily, but the double-reeds could not (today many saxophone players double on oboe and bassoon, so this is no longer an issue). He successfully exploits this ‘swing vs. straight’ issue in his music, part of the reason why these pieces are even more popular today. He was also well trained in classical music: Sea Fugue, Mama is indeed a swinging classical fugue.
CHUNKA LUNKA
Retail Price: 50.00

Performed by Mary Lou Williams
CLAIR DE LUNE
Retail Price: 65.00

WRITTEN FOR THE HARRY JAMES ORCHESTRA
CLOSE YOUR EYES
Retail Price: 65.00

Written for Peggy Lee
COME ON BACK
Retail Price: 50.00

Recorded by Benny Carter
COME RAIN OR COME SHINE
Retail Price: 65.00

Recorded by Peggy Lee
CRAZY HE CALLS ME
Retail Price: 65.00

Recorded by Peggy Lee
CRAZY RHYTHM
Retail Price: 50.00

This swinging arrangement of the standard Crazy Rhythm was written and recorded in 1961 for the Further Definitions album. This chart, unlike most of Carter's other sax ensemble arrangements, was written for 2 alto saxophones and 2 tenor saxophones with no baritone saxophone. The arrangement features an open solo section.
CRESCENDO DATE
Retail Price: 40.00

Recorded by the Dave Pell Octet
CRISTO REDENTOR
Retail Price: 50.00

Written for the Duke Pearson Big Band
DECIPHERING THE MESSAGE
Retail Price: 25.00

Recorded by Art Blakey and the Jazz Messengers
DINDI
Retail Price: 50.00

Recorded by Antonio Carlos Jobim
DON'T FENCE ME IN
Retail Price: 65.00

RECORDED BY BING CROSBY WITH THE ANDREWS SISTERS
DON'T MIN-US
Retail Price: 65.00

Written for Harry James
DON'T WORRY 'BOUT ME
Retail Price: 65.00

AS RECORDED BY FRANK SINATRA WITH COUNT BASIE
DOOZY
Retail Price: 50.00

Here is Benny Carter's fabulous sax ensemble arrangement first recorded on the 1961 Further Definitions album and then re-recorded in 1966 on the 'Additions to Further Definitions' album.
DOOZY [BIG BAND VERSION]
Retail Price: 65.00

Recorded by the American Jazz Orchestra
DREAM TIME
Retail Price: 65.00

This lovely Benny Carter swing ballad was written in 1996 for Benny to use on his visits to college campuses. The arrangement is designed to feature an alto saxophone soloist with the ensemble. The ensemble states the "A" section melody while the also soloist takes the bridge for the first chorus. The 2nd chorus features an alto solo for the "A" sections (with sax section backgrounds), a sax soli for the bridge and then the ensemble for the last "A". This is not a difficult arrangement and would be a great opportunity to allow an alto player to be in the spotlight! The recording features Benny with the Eastman College Jazz Ensemble. Ranges: Trumpet 1: D6; Trombone 1: F4
EASIN' IT
Retail Price: 65.00

Recorded by the Count Basie Orchestra
EAST OF THE SUN
Retail Price: 50.00

Recorded by Charlie Parker with Strings
EAST OF THE SUN
Retail Price: 40.00

Recorded by the Dave Pell Octet
EAST SIDE, THE / THE WEST SIDE
Retail Price: 65.00

Recorded by the Jazz Interactions Orchestra