Sheet music

Bebop by Dizzy Gillespie

2 parts5 pages01:154 months ago185 views
Trumpet, Piano
I haven't seen this song in musescore and i think it's really good

Funky Cha Cha - Arturo Sandaval - Brass Quintet!

6 parts10 pages02:25a year ago5,032 views
Trumpet(2), French Horn, Trombone, Tuba, Percussion
"Funky Cha Cha" was composed and performed by Arturo Sandoval, a Cuban American jazz trumpeter, pianist and composer. While in Cuba, Sandaval was influenced by Charlie Parker, Clifford Brown, and especially, Dizzy Gillespie, who became a mentor. He defected to the United States in 1998 and has played with some of the best jazz musicians in the world.
This score is a reduction of a VERY GOOD score by Vojtěch Polej. Go check out Vojtěch Polej's score:

Arturo performing the piece (watch this!!!!):

A Night In Tunisia for Solo Trombone + Trombone Quintet

6 parts11 pages02:142 years ago3,356 views
An arrangement of "A Night In Tunisia" by Dizzy Gillespie for a solo trombone backed by a trombone quintet.

EDIT 8/8: Added 4th Tenor Trombone part to harmonize with third

PS. I recommend using the TimGM6mb soundfont in playback so that it sounds less blatty and has a better dynamic contrast.


5 parts14 pages03:063 years ago2,543 views
Trumpet(2), French Horn, Trombone, Tuba

(A) Night in Tunisia

1 part1 page01:04a year ago1,669 views
Leadsheet in D minor.

"A Night in Tunisia" or "Night in Tunisia" is a musical composition written by Dizzy Gillespie in and around 1941-2 while Gillespie was playing with the Benny Carter Band. It has become a jazz standard.

It is also known as "Interlude", under which title it was recorded by Lennie Tristano (on Mercury), and, with lyrics written by Raymond Leveen, by Sarah Vaughan (from the EP "Hot Jazz", 1953) and Anita O'Day. Gillespie himself called the tune "Interlude" and says "some genius decided to call it 'Night in Tunisia'". It appears as the title track of 30 CDs and is included in over 500 currently available CDs. In January 2004, The Recording Academy added the Dizzy Gillespie & his Sextet’s 1946 Victor recording to its Grammy Hall of Fame.

"Night in Tunisia" was one of the signature pieces of Gillespie's bebop big band, and he also played it with his small groups.

Salt Peanuts

16 parts18 pages03:03a year ago1,836 views
Alto Saxophone(2), Tenor Saxophone(2), Baritone Saxophone, Trumpet(4), Trombone(4), Piano, Bass, Percussion
Straight from 1943 comes a little bit of Dizzy Gillespie. This was mainly arranged as a joke made during all-county 2016, in which we played a piece called Melodious Thunk, which is a spin-off of the famous jazz musician, Thelonious Monk. In the piece there was an ongoing motiff where the upper winds would play the said, "Salt Peanuts" octave jumps, and our conductor, Dr. Steve Gage, told us to think of those as the famous salt peanuts of this song, and lip synced the words in concert. Hope you enjoy!

[Demo] Greensleeves Eb

1 part1 page00:383 years ago777 views
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Greensleeves Eb

For Sax Lovers - 1st Eb Alto Sax for BIG BAND
By Dizzy Gillespie and Frank Paparelli
Arranged by Glenn Osser
Transcripted by Lisandro E.
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A Night In Tunisia_WIP

17 parts20 pages04:353 months ago449 views
Alto Saxophone(2), Tenor Saxophone(2), Baritone Saxophone, Trumpet(4), Trombone(4), Percussion(2), Piano, Bass
My work in progress big band arrangement of A Night In Tunisia by Dizzy Gillespie


1 part1 page01:04a year ago1,050 views
Leadsheet in C Major.

"Laura" is a 1945 popular song. The music was composed by David Raksin for the 1944 movie Laura starring Gene Tierney and Dana Andrews, and is heard frequently in the movie. The lyrics were written by Johnny Mercer after the film had made the tune popular. According to Mercer, he had not yet seen the movie when he wrote the lyrics, but was aware that it was a romantic, somewhat haunting story.

The song became a jazz standard, and has been recorded over 400 times. Some of the best-known versions are by Woody Herman, Dave Brubeck, Johnny Johnston, Emil Newman, David Rose, Billy Eckstine, Charlie Parker, J. J. Johnson, Carly Simon, Frank Sinatra and Julie London (included on her 1955 debut album Julie Is Her Name, Vol. 1). The first 10 notes of the song are sometimes "quoted" during jazz solos, especially since Dizzy Gillespie did it during his "Perdido" solo at the famous Massey Hall concert in 1953.

A Night in Tunisia

8 parts13 pages03:035 months ago275 views
Trumpet, Alto Saxophone, Tenor Saxophone, Trombone, Guitar, Piano, Bass, Percussion
Dizzy Gillespie
Arranged by Jaylen McCoy

A Night in Tunisia

1 part2 pages01:447 months ago231 views
A night in Tunisia / Interlude by Dizzy Gillespie with lyrics. Lead Sheet.