Gee, Baby, Ain’t I Good to You, arranged by Rich Willey for your “trad jazz” ensemble is a fun treatment of the 1929 Andy Razaf and Don Redman song.
This arrangement is 54 written measures and has an opening chorus, a soli chorus, and a different out-chorus. The “🎺” indicates that the trumpet player can either play or sing the melody. Intermediate level of difficulty—any good high school-level group ought to be able to pull this off with no problem.
The parts come as a PDF that you’ll be able to download immediately upon submission of your order.
★ Playable by Brass Quintet: Trumpet 1, Trumpet 2, French Horn 3, Trombone 4, Tuba 5, add drums (optional).
★ Playable by “Trad Jazz” Band: Trumpet 1, Trumpet or Clarinet 2, Alto or Tenor Sax 3, Trombone or Tenor Sax 4 and Tuba 5. Add drums and banjo or piano using chords symbols and roadmaps from Tuba part.
Written solos for any of our charts may be special ordered at a reasonable cost. Email us through our contact page with any and all inquiries.
Here’s Rich in his digital recording studio with Russ Wilson on drums and vocals, Eric Heveron-Smith on trombone, and Henry Westmoreland on tuba: