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All The Things You Are - arr. Gerry Mulligan All The Things You Are - arr. Stan Kenton Artemis and Apollo - arr. Bob Curnow
 One of those mystery charts that hardly anyone knows about, this chart is a beauty.  The lush trombone section sound of the Kenton Orchestra on a gorgeous ballad.  This is a newly re-arranged version of the magnificent melody recorded on the Adventures In Time CD (available on CD from Sierra).
Body and Soul - John Green / arr. by Marty Paich But Beautiful - arr. Lennie Niehaus Collaboration - Pete Rugolo
Collaboration - Pete Rugolo
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As recorded by Stan Kenton & His Orchestra on the “7.5 On The Richter Scale” album, this all time great standard receives a fresh sound with the impeccable scoring talent of Marty Paich. This arrangement has it all…….a solo piano introduction, a variety of feels (ballad, rubato, swing, 12/8), and stunning ensemble passages. This chart is considered by many to be one of the finest big band arrangements ever written, and Sierra Music is proud to be able to make it available to you. (5-5-5-4)

 When Lennie arranged for the Stan Kenton Orchestra, he created the most beautiful big band dance book ever written.  This historically important piece opens with a rubato piano solo and then moves to a terrific Rugolo trombone feature (originally recorded by Kai Winding).
Don't Worry 'Bout Me - arr. Bill Fritz Easy To Love - Cole Porter / arr. Lennie Niehaus End of a Love Affair, The - arr. Lennie Niehaus
 Graettinger arranged this standard in his most unusual way, using dissonance offset with the beauty of this gorgeous melody.  This is a beautiful, lush, straight-eighth ballad on the popular Cole Porter tune "Easy To Love.  A magnificent alto saxophone feature.
Every Time We Say Goodbye - arr. Lennie Niehaus First Child - Bob Curnow Here's That Rainy Day - arr. Dee Barton
First Child - Bob Curnow
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As recorded by the Stan Kenton Orchestra on Stage Door Swings, this is a lovely ballad scored in the incomparable Kenton style.  One of the loveliest ballads ever recorded by the Kenton Band. This is the original, quintessential arrangement by the great Dee Barton as recorded on the "Live at Redlands University" CD 5-5-5-3.
Home Journey - Gene Roland How Do I Look In Blue? - arr. Lennie Niehaus I Remember You - arr. Lennie Niehaus
Home Journey - Gene Roland
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 As recorded by the Stan Kenton Orchestra on the CD "Live at the Tropicana," this  slow, bluesy piece is a wonderfully understated chart that features an easy-to-play, written piano solo.  This is another of the many wonderful charts arranged by Lennie Niehaus for the Stan Kenton Orchestra.  Here is a wonderful vocal chart by Lennie on this unforgettable standard.
I'm Glad There Is You - arr. Joe Coccia I'm Glad There Is You - arr. Stan Kenton I've Never Been In Love Before - arr. Lennie Niehaus
 This wonderful ballad is recorded on the Stan Kenton Orchestra “Sketches On Standards" CD.  This is a rich, warm chart as arranged by Stan.  A lovely Broadway tune as scored for Kenton's dance book.
Ill Wind - arr. Bill Mathieu Interlude - Pete Rugolo Laura - arr. Lennie Niehaus
Ill Wind - arr. Bill Mathieu
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Interlude - Pete Rugolo
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Laura - arr. Lennie Niehaus
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 Bill Mathieu's arrangements, done for the Stan Kenton Orchestra were some of the most beautiful pieces ever recorded by that band. Recorded in 1947 and included in the Milestones LP, this piece is a gorgeous melody (one of Pete's best known).  As arranged for and performed by the Stan Kenton Orchestra, this is a wonderful setting that features the saxophone section and solos for trumpet and trombone.
Lonely Woman - arr. Bill Mathieu Lover Man - arr. Bill Holman Meaning of the Blues, The - arr. Bill Mathieu
Lover Man - arr. Bill Holman
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 As recorded on the Standards in Silhouette CD, this is yet another of Bill Mathieu's classic arrangements of a great jazz standard ballad.  This chart was originally written for Charlie Parker to perform with the Stan Kenton Orchestra.  An absolutely gorgeous Bobby Troup ballad which features trumpet and tenor sax.
Misty - arr. Gene Roland My Funny Valentine - arr. Bill Holman My Old Flame - arr. Marty Paich
Misty - arr. Gene Roland
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 This was recorded by the Stan Kenton Orchestra on "Adventures in Jazz.  As originally recorded by the great Charlie Mariano with the Stan Kenton Orchestra, this is a must-have solo feature for alto saxophone.  Although this has been in the catalog for a while, it is now notated in Finale, and the new edition comes with a full score for the first time.
My One and Only Love - arr. Lennie Niehaus Opus in Pastels - Stan Kenton Over The Rainbow - arr. Bill Russo
Opus in Pastels - Stan Kenton
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 This is another of the many wonderful charts arranged by Niehaus for the Stan Kenton Orchestra.  The all-time, classic saxophone section feature.  In 1953, Kenton recorded an album titled Sketches on Standards.
Pennies From Heaven - arr. Lennie Niehaus Polka Dots and Moonbeams - arr. Bill Holman Portrait Of A Count - Bill Russo
 This was the first chart arranged by Lennie to be recorded by Stan's band.  Arranged by Holman for Carl Fontana with the Stan Kenton Orchestra in the mid 50's.  The Stan Kenton Orchestra was always an ideal showcase for the outstanding soloists within its ranks.
Reed Rapture - Stan Kenton Rendezvous At Sunset - Johnny Richards Rhapsody In Blue - arr. Bill Holman
Reed Rapture - Stan Kenton
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 We are proud to publish another one of Stan Kenton's ground-breaking saxophone section features.  One of the things Johnny Richards did best was write gorgeous melodies (many just think of him as bombastic and obsessed with odd-meter things).  As recorded by the Stan Kenton Orchestra on "Live at Brigham Young University",  this is a rare baritone saxophone solo feature throughout.
Smith Named Greg, A - Hank Levy Stairway To The Stars - arr. Bill Holman Stella by Starlight - arr. Bill Holman
 This is a wonderful feature for baritone saxophone! It was recorded by the Stan Kenton Orchestra on the Kenton '76 CD.  Another terrific feature chart by Bill Holman.  A great alto saxophone feature.
Stella By Starlight - arr. Johnny Richards Street of Dreams - arr. Stan Kenton Street Scene - arr. Gene Roland
 This is the bass trombone solo, as recorded (The Kenton Era) by George Roberts with the Stan Kenton Orchestra.  Stan had a very definite style of arranging which, of course, was the basis of most of the music for his early bands.  This is the exact arrangement as played on the "Live at the Tropicana" by the Stan Kenton Orchestra.
There's A Small Hotel - arr. Bill Russo Thrill Is Gone, The - arr. Bill Mathieu Tiare - Ken Hanna
Tiare - Ken Hanna
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 As recorded by the Stan Kenton Orchestra on Sketches on Standards, this is a wonderful, creative arrangement of a great standard.  Many think that Standards in Silhouette was the most beautiful ballad album (available on CD from Sierra Music) ever recorded by the Kenton Band.  This is arguably the most beautiful piece ever written by Ken Hanna.
Time for Love, A - arr. Hank Levy Two Shades Of Autumn - Joe Coccia Walkin' By the River - arr. Joe Coccia
 This is another one of those charts which did not get commercially (or legally) recorded by the band.  This is a beautiful ballad, exactly as recorded on the Rendezvous with Kenton album.  Joe Coccia added a lot of wonderful music to the Stan Kenton Library.
We'll Be Together Again - arr. Lennie Niehaus Willow Weep For Me - arr. Bill Mathieu Yesterdays - arr. Bill Holman
Yesterdays - arr. Bill Holman
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 Written by Stan in the late 50's, this chart is wonderful in its simplicity and melodic content.  Bill Mathieu's arrangements, done for the Stan Kenton Orchestra, were some of the most beautiful pieces ever recorded by that band.  This is a wonderful feature for tenor saxophone (as recorded by Bill Perkins).
You Go To My Head - arr. Bob Graettinger
 It is hard to explain the characteristic of this arrangement except to say that, even though Graettinger writes some very adventurous and futuristic textures and lines, you always know where and what the melody is.