Gone With The Wind ♫ arranged for jazz quintet by Rich Willey


Do you like to see your jazz audience smile when they recognize a too-seldom-played classic from the Great American Songbook?

Here is a mellow treatment of the 1936 gem as recorded on the Rich Willey Quintet Gone With The Piggies  CD in 2001 for Consolidated Artists Productions.


Gone With The Wind  ♫ arranged for jazz quintet by Rich Willey.

The great old 1936 song by Herb Magidson and Allie Wrubel arranged two different ways by Rich Willey for jazz quintet.

Play the opening chorus, solo break for first soloist, blow solos, and play the out-chorus (different from opening chorus) with its built-in ending. 32 bar ABAC form, ♩ = 132, standard blowing changes in the key of E♭. Difficulty level is intermediate to advanced depending on the tempo (a somewhat brighter tempo will still work but will make it slightly more difficult to make the changes).

PDF file contains the following parts: B♭ 1, E♭ 1, Bass Clef 1, B♭ 2, E♭ 2, Bass Clef 2, and Rhythm section (14 pages in all). Parts come in a PDF that you’ll be able to download immediately upon submission of your order.

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.

♫ Listen to this arrangement from the Rich Willey Quintet Gone With The Piggies  CD:

Rich Willey on trumpet, Kenny Shanker on alto sax, Ayako Shirasaki on piano, Scott Fragala on bass, Tim Collins on drums.



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