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15 Step - Radiohead / arr. Matt Harris 2+2=5 - Radiohead / arr. Florian Ross And Then I Knew  - Metheny & Mays / arr. Curnow
 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.  Bob Curnow continues to add to his catalog of arrangements of Metheny & Mays compositions.
As It Is - Pat Metheny & Lyle Mays / arr. Curnow Bodhisattva - Steely Dan / arr. Fred Sturm Do It Again - Steely Dan / arr. Fred Sturm
 Here is another fantastic Metheny/Mays masterwork, orchestrated by Bob Curnow. Originally commissioned by the HR Big Band, this electrifying Fred Sturm arrangement of the Steely Dan classic will wow your audience. It features a 16 bar open solo section allowing for any of your wind or rhythm players to get down! Hip hop in 3 has never been this exciting! (5-4-4-5)
Fred Sturm’s stunning big band arrangements continue to mesmerize us. This arrangement that was commissioned by the HR Big Band of another Steely Dan classic is full of energy and fortitude and seamlessly melds the two genres of jazz and rock together. Your band will revel in the fast paced energy this tune exudes, and it will keep them and your audience on the edge of their seats. There is extensive “shredding” space for tenor and guitar along with fantastic “in your face” ensemble writing to enjoy. (5-4-4-4)
High and Dry - Radiohead / arr. Bob Washut Inner Crisis - arr. Bob Curnow Knives Out - Radiohead / arr. Dan Gailey
 Released in 1995 on Radiohead’s second album The Bends, “High and Dry” remains one of the band’s most popular hits.  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.  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.
Next to Silence - Omar Thomas Stranger In Town - Metheny & Mays / arr. Bob Curnow
Next to Silence - Omar Thomas
Retail Price: $70.00
 Omar Thomas has written a stunning, contemporary piece reminiscent of the style of the Pat Metheny Group.  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.