As Performed by Woody Herman
Arranged by Nat Pierce, Transcribed by Bob Martin
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Edition: Jazz Big Band Arrangement

Description: Swing - Medium Difficult

Publisher: Lush Life Music

This is pure Woody Herman, and a great transcription by Bob Martin of the original Nat Pierce chart. "The Jazz Me Blues" is an old dixieland tune of the 1920s, and this arrangement lifts it into a new sphere altogether. Written in the "Four Brothers" style, it is scored for three Tenors, Baritone and Clarinet (though we include duplicate parts for Alto sax, making it playable by a standard section line-up with Tenor lead), with solos for Clarinet, Tenor and Trombone. With a nice arranging twist there is even a cameo passage of dixieland built into the final chorus, just to remind us where the tune originally came from. A cracking swing chart.

Full Score
Alto Saxophone (alt. double for Tenor 2)
3 Tenor Saxophones
Baritone Saxophone
4 Trumpets
4 Trombones
Trumpets 1-5 G6, D6, Bb5, G5
Trombones 1-4 G4, Gb4, E4, E4