This arrangement of the up-tempo Woody Shaw composition is sure to challenge even the best groups due to its form, harmonic progression and tempo.
This original composition for jazz sextet features interesting voicings and is a great vehicle for working out variations on standard turnaround progressions.
This medium, straight eighth note groove composition for jazz ensemble features trumpet and tenor saxophone soloists.
This medium swing arrangement for jazz ensemble has ample solo space for tenor saxophone, trumpet, guitar, and alto saxophone (opt.).
Commissioned for Bunky Green and the UNF Jazz Ensemble I, April Green is the title track from the latest UNF Jazz Ensemble CD/DVD.
This arrangement features tenor saxophone, trumpet, piano, and a moderately-difficult ensemble soli. Harmonies are understated to provide easy soloing opportunities.
This composition features contrapuntal writing throughout and is an excellent solo vehicle for tenor saxophone (opt. guitar or piano).
Strong piano, trumpet, and alto soloists are needed for this piece. Zach was recorded on UNF's And the Melody Still Lingers On.
This is a ballad feature for alto saxophone and is recorded on Second Thoughts by the UNF Jazz Ensemble I.
The 28-bar form and shifting harmonies offer a challenge to the 2nd tenor and piano soloists. This piece was recorded on UNF's Things to Come.
Sincerity is a Barry Greene composition/feature for guitar and is recorded on UNF's And the Melody Still Lingers On.
This is an arrangement of Ornette Coleman's "The Blessging" for UNF Jazz Ensemble I and recorded on their Things To Come CD.
This arrangement features a trombone soli, a contrapuntal section, and was performed by the U.S Army Blues w/Dr. Marc Dickman on Euphonium.
This is a ballad feature for trumpet or flugelhorn. Required doubles are soprano, flute, 2 clarinets, bass clarinet, and flugelhorns.
Named after a town in Sweden, Nynäshamn features guitar and tenor saxophone and was commissioned for the Eastman Jazz Lab Band.
This song features trumpet and tenor saxophone soloists, a two-chorus saxophone soli, and a demanding shout chorus.
This is a work for Jazz Alto Sax soloist and Wind Ensemble. It was commissioned and premiered by the University of North Florida Wind Symphony featuring Bunky Green at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts.
This is an arrangement of the Christmas classic for trombone quartet. The arrangement can also be performed by a variety of similar groups (i.e. trombone choir, tuba quartet or a low brass ensemble).
Originally written for tenor, chorus, and orchestra, Lili Boulanger's sacred work has been arranged for choir, organ, brass, and percussion. The work also features tenor and flute soloists.