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Peacocks, The - arr. Bill Holman Roseland (MM2 The Big Street) Stairway To The Stars - arr. Bill Holman
Roseland (MM2 The Big Street)
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 This is a beautifully haunting melody, scored for bass clarinet soloist (opt.  This is the second movement of the three-part suite titled The Big Street which was recorded on the album The Fabulous Bill Holman in 1957.  Another terrific feature chart by Bill Holman.
Yesterdays - arr. Bill Holman Lover Man - arr. Bill Holman Ruby, My Dear - arr. Bill Holman
Yesterdays - arr. Bill Holman
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Lover Man - arr. Bill Holman
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 This is a wonderful feature for tenor saxophone (as recorded by Bill Perkins).  This chart was originally written for Charlie Parker to perform with the Stan Kenton Orchestra.  The new CD Brilliant Corners, as recorded by Bill Holman's Band, is taking the jazz world by storm! Here is one of the ballads on the recording, which contains all Thelonious Monk compositions as arranged by Holman.
Stardust - arr. Bill Holman Polka Dots and Moonbeams - arr. Bill Holman Stella by Starlight - arr. Bill Holman
Stardust - arr. Bill Holman
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 This is a great chart on a great standard, originally recorded by the Terry Gibbs Band on the Dream Band CD.  Arranged by Holman for Carl Fontana with the Stan Kenton Orchestra in the mid 50's.  A great alto saxophone feature.
Rhapsody In Blue - arr. Bill Holman Serenade in Blue - arr. Bill Holman My Funny Valentine - arr. Bill Holman
 As recorded by the Stan Kenton Orchestra on "Live at Brigham Young University",  this is a rare baritone saxophone solo feature throughout.  As recorded on "Tonight Show Band, Vol.  As originally recorded by the great Charlie Mariano with the Stan Kenton Orchestra, this is a must-have solo feature for alto saxophone.
If You Could See Me Now - arr. Bill Holman
 Tadd Dameron's ballad "If You Could See Me Now" receives sensitive and thoughtful treatment in this arrangement by the great Bill Holman.