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15 Step - Radiohead / arr. Matt Harris 2+2=5 - Radiohead / arr. Florian Ross All I Need - Radiohead / arr. Sherisse Rogers
 Radiohead performed “15 Step” in 5/4 on the 2007 CD In Rainbows, and arranger Matt Harris has transformed the original meter into a series of infectious grooves in 11, 3, 5, and 7.  Radiohead released “2+2=5” on their sixth album Hail to the Thief in 2003.  Radiohead recorded “All I Need” on their album In Rainbows in 2007.
And Then I Knew  - Metheny & Mays / arr. Curnow Are We There Yet? - Lyle Mays As It Is - Pat Metheny & Lyle Mays / arr. Curnow
Are We There Yet? - Lyle Mays
Retail Price: $55.00
 Bob Curnow continues to add to his catalog of arrangements of Metheny & Mays compositions.  This is Lyle at his wildest!! A funk/rock, quirky tune that just burns with energy and excitement! Listen to the Curnow Big Band CD.  Here is another fantastic Metheny/Mays masterwork, orchestrated by Bob Curnow.
Black Friday - Steely Dan / arr. Fred Sturm Bloom - Radiohead / arr. James Miley Bodysnatchers - Radiohead / arr. Fred Sturm
   The music of Steely Dan has come to Sierra Music! From the same masterful pen that brought the music of Radiohead and Astor Piazzola, the late, great Fred Sturm wows us once again. Originally arranged for the HR Big Band (Germany), this rock-ish, heavy-shuffle tune provides hard hitting melody sections, plenty of room for improvisation (as you choose), and raucous ensemble interplay.  This is another Radiohead tune, arranged by Radiohead Jazz Project pioneer, James Miley. “Bodysnatchers” was released in 2007 on Radiohead’s In Rainbows album.
Cool Cat Carl - Patty Darling Cross Currents - Ellen Rowe Eighteen - Metheny & Mays / arr. Bob Curnow
Cool Cat Carl - Patty Darling
Retail Price: $45.00
Cross Currents - Ellen Rowe
Retail Price: $50.00
This is an easy, medium-rock chart, accessible by any middle school band.  What a wonderful jazz chart! The theme is stated with a bossa nova feel by tenor and flugelhorn, followed by exciting ensemble sections (highest trpt.  Eighteen is a flat-out, rock n' roll chart based on a tune from one of Pat Metheny's earlier albums, "Offramp.
Essence, The - Dan Haerle Every Summer Night - Pat Metheny / arr. Curnow Everything In Its Right Place - Radiohead / arr. James Miley
Essence, The - Dan Haerle
Retail Price: $45.00
 Dan has created a wonderful Rock Ballad, with a nifty, repeating vamp figure, that can be played by even the most inexperienced players.  This piece is the essence of the clever, unusual, unforgettable kind of tune that Pat and the Group come up with.  Radiohead is an English alternative rock band.
FM - Steely Dan / arr. Fred Sturm Follow Me - Metheny & Mays / arr. Curnow Gaucho - Steely Dan / arr. Fred Sturm
   The music of Steely Dan has come to Sierra Music! Originally arranged for the HR Big Band (Germany), the late, great Fred Sturm has given us another rock chart worthy of any band's library. In typical Sturm fashion, the beginning of "FM" is a kaleidoscope of independent fragments culminating with the original Steely Dan intro as it moves into the melody played by clarinets.  This arrangement was commissioned by New Trier High School and written as a tribute to Jim Warrick on his retirement.    The music of Steely Dan has come to Sierra Music! The late, great Fred Sturm originally arranged this for the HR Big Band (Germany), and Sierra is thrilled to add it to its catalog. Set as a slow rock/gospel, there is beautiful, lush ensemble writing througout the piece.
Havin' A Good Time - Les Hooper Here to Stay - Pat Metheny / arr. Curnow High and Dry - Radiohead / arr. Bob Washut
 The title says it all! Your band and your audience will have a good time with this chart by Les! It is a Latin-rock setting of a very hiptune.   Set as an easy-going rock feel, this Pat Metheny and Lyle Mays composition is sure to be a band and audience favorite.  Released in 1995 on Radiohead’s second album The Bends, “High and Dry” remains one of the band’s most popular hits.
Idioteque Inner Crisis - arr. Bob Curnow It's Just Talk - Pat Metheny / arr. Curnow
Idioteque
Retail Price: $65.00
 “Idioteque” was recorded on Radiohead’s 2000 CD Kid A, and Patty Darling’s chart is a model for arranging contemporary pop/rock music for big band.  Exactly as recorded on the CD "Stan Kenton Plays Chicago," this chart is a great feature for alto saxophone set in a big band fusion style.  A BEST SELLER!!! Metheny's tunes and rhythmic feels are perfect for Big-Band settings.
Jackhammer - Bob Curnow Kid A - Radiohead / arr. Steve Owen Knives Out - Radiohead / arr. Dan Gailey
Jackhammer - Bob Curnow
Retail Price: $70.00
 Hold on to your hat! This wild, hard-rock chart is unbelievable in it's energy, meter changes, strong rhythmic motifs and more.  “Kid A” is the title track on Radiohead’s 2000 album.  Arranger Dan Gailey said that “Knives Out,” recorded on Radiohead’s 2001 CD Amnesiac, “had me hooked the first time I heard it based solely on its beautiful melody.
Libertango - Piazzolla / arr. Fred Sturm Little Static Cling, A - Fred Stride Live and Let Die - Paul & Linda McCartney / arr. Curnow
 As recorded on "Libertango ! Hommage to Astor Piazzolla" by the HR Big Band (Germany), this arrangement will surely lift your audiences out of their seats.  Cute! Clever! Catchy! Very playable! It all fits with Fred's newest creation for young players.
A great arrangement of the great tune written by the ex-Beatle. If you're looking for a contemporary chart, written for this great band and based on a well known tune, this is the one.
Michelangelo - Piazzolla / arr. Fred Sturm Next to Silence - Omar Thomas Nimbus - arr. Bob Curnow
Next to Silence - Omar Thomas
Retail Price: $70.00
Nimbus - arr. Bob Curnow
Retail Price: $45.00
 Astor Piazzolla's music lends itself well to the big band idiom, and Fred Sturm is a masterful arranger for big band.  Omar Thomas has written a stunning, contemporary piece reminiscent of the style of the Pat Metheny Group.  A typical, great tune of the Yellowjackets in a very playable arrangement.
Opus III - Les Hooper Packt Like Sardines in a Crushd Tin Box - Radiohead / arr. Dan Cavanagh Paranoid Android - Radiohead / arr. Ken Schaphorst
Opus III - Les Hooper
Retail Price: $45.00
 This is Hooper at his best .  Dan Cavanagh’s arrangement of “Packt Like Sardines in a Crushd Tin Box” is a powerful big band techno-rock chart that your audience will love as much as your band will.  Radiohead released “Paranoid Android” as a single in April 1997 and as a track on their studio album OK Computer the same year.
Ruth - Bill Holman Sail to the Moon - Radiohead / arr. Omar Thomas Scorpion Dance - Bob Curnow
Ruth - Bill Holman
Retail Price: $50.00
Scorpion Dance - Bob Curnow
Retail Price: $50.00
 This is one of the most original big band rock/fusion charts ever written.  This arrangement continues the Radiohead Jazz Project and adds another wonderful talent to the list of outstanding RJP writers.   An exciting, contemporary funk/rock piece which has been played on national television by the McDonald’s All-American High School Jazz Band.
Shadrack - arr. Bill Holman Something to Remind You  - Metheny & Mays / arr. Curnow Spring Ain't Here - Pat Metheny / arr. Bob Curnow
Shadrack - arr. Bill Holman
Retail Price: $50.00
 Bill Holman's Great Big Band was a sensational ensemble! That album has just been re-issued on Mosaic Records.  Here is another wonderful Bob Curnow arrangement of Metheny/Mays music.  Bob Curnow continues to add to his Pat Metheny Big Band Series with this wonderful light, laid-back, Latin-rock chart.
Stranger In Town - Metheny & Mays / arr. Bob Curnow Sunlight - Pat Metheny / arr. Curnow There, There - Radiohead / arr. James Miley
 Another amazing, exciting chart has been added to the Pat Metheny Series! Bob Curnow's arrangement of Metheny/Mays' composition "Stranger In Town" hits you in the face right from the start and ends in the same manner.  Bob Curnow has a way of picking out the Metheny tunes that work so well in a big band setting.  “There, There” (subtitled “The Boney King of Nowhere") was recorded on Radiohead’s 2003 album Hail to the Thief.