Description: "Pork Barrel" - it usually contains a little something for everyone! Our arrangement, which features piano and baritone saxophone solos backed by jazz electric guitar and piano trio, can be used to transition between scenes in a romantic comedy film or television production.

Description: Our arrangement, a salute to legendary burlesque comedian Billy "Cheese 'n’ Crackers" Hagen, features mellow vibraphone and acoustic piano solos backed by acoustic bass and drums. Our arrangement can be used to transition between scenes in a romantic or romantic comedy film or television production.

Description: "Indiana Baby, Hoosier Daddy" features a baritone saxophone solo backed by acoustic piano, bass, drums, and jazz electric guitar. "Take 2" is an extended version that includes a two-chorus piano solo. Our arrangement provides good times jazz that might be used to enhance a romantic or romantic comedy film or television production.

Description: It's 6 PM on a Friday, and the local watering hole is packed with aspiring yuppies. Each guy speaks in hushed tones to a young lady, pretending to care. And each young lady listens to the guy hopefully, pretending not to care. Our arrangement features a vibraphone solo backed by guitar, acoustic piano, bass and drums.

Description: Our bluesy, thoughtful jazz waltz rendition of "Take Me Out To The Ball Game" (Words by Jack Norworth, Music by Albert Von Tilzer, Copyright 1908 The York Music Co., New York) features a rubato acoustic piano introduction followed by baritone saxophone choruses.

Description: No English-language word rhymes with "orange"! Our arrangement features a vibraphone lead on the head and out choruses. The head is followed by two piano choruses backed by acoustic bass and drums.

Description: "Jabberwocky", named for Lewis Carroll's not-just-for-children soaring nonsense verse, features extended baritone saxophone and acoustic piano solos backed by jazz guitar, acoustic bass and drums.

Description: You saluted him in the role of Emperor Nero in Mel Brooks’ “History of the World, Part One” (1981). You genuflected when he appeared as the Pope in “Johnny Dangerously” (1984). And now, Dom DeLuise is immortalized in song. Our arrangement features piano and baritone saxophone solo choruses backed by jazz electric guitar and a sprightly acoustic piano trio.

Description: "Been That, Done There" is a happy, upbeat tune, the kind that one might hum or whistle quietly while strolling or while performing a simple task. After a rubato solo piano introduction, the melody is carried by vibraphone accompanied by acoustic piano, acoustic bass, and drums. Our arrangement features vibraphone and baritone saxophone solos.

Description: "Teardrops" is a slow arrangement (4/4 time, quarter note = 85) that features mellow vibraphone and acoustic piano solos backed by acoustic bass and drums. Our arrangement can be used to enhance the mood of a dramatic scene in a film or television production.

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