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Bloom
Summer of '42
Lambeau Leap
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Looking for charts that are new to the festival scene? Well here they are! Newly released in 2012, these great will not only be a fresh sound at your festival, but they'll turn some heads, too. From Radiohead to the Tonight Show Band to Packer Nation, these 3 charts will entertain your band and audiences alike.

Sierra Music recommends programming your festival performance in the following order:

Bloom - Radiohead/ arr. James Miley
Miley brings us another superb Radiohead arrangement. It is truly a fantastic musical adventure with an obvious contemporary feel. There is solo space for tenor or trombone, and trumpet or guitar. This piece is not too difficult to play and the brass ranges are quite reasonable. Great chart for any festival program. 5-4-4-5

Theme from the Summer of '42 - Michel Legrand / arr. Newsom
Tommy Newsom has provided a wonderful arrangement of this incredibly beautiful ballad. Originally scored for the Tonight Show Band with Doc Severinsen, this chart features the alto saxophone, with the accompanying band parts very simple to play. The entire alto solo is written out (with changed provided to allow for improvisation), which makes this chart accessible to most any band. 5-4-4-4

Lambeau Leap - Fred Sturm
Written by one of America's finest jazz composers, Fred Sturm brings you a "doozy" with this energetic chart. It starts with a heavy shuffle feel, then moves to a half-time feel, then into a stop-time section which then goes back to the heavy shuffle.There is solo space for tenor, trumpet and drums. The drum solo is surrounded by sensational ensemble triplet figures.This chart is pure fun! 5-4-4-4

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