Various Other Charts
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Amazing Grace for B♭ Trumpet and Piano (organ) ♫ arranged by Rich Willey
Want to be able to play a pretty trumpet solo in church with a minimum of preparation for your pianist or organist?
Suggest this to your music director or music minister. It is a fairly modern yet respectful arrangement that allows flexibility in the way you choose to perform it.
O Come, O Come Emmanuel arranged for jazz septet by Rich Willey
The melody may be 500–600 years old but this arrangement spiffs it all up and lets it groove like it’s brand new again!
Arranged as part of a jazz Christmas concert, this groovy little chart lets the drummer play brushes and do some drum fills during the melody breaks à la “Cute” by Neil Hefti.
The Way You Look Tonight arranged for Jazz Octet by Rich Willey
“The Way You Look Tonight” written by Dorothy Fields and Jerome Kern is from the film Swing Time. It was performed by Fred Astaire singing to Ginger Rogers.
In 2004 the Fred Astaire version finished at #43 in AFI’s 100 Years . . . 100 Songs survey of top tunes in American cinema.