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Small Ensemble Sheet Music
for the Professional and Amateur Musician

Arrangements & Transcriptions for
Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet,
String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet.

By Kenneth W. Abeling



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Traditional Jewish Folksongs is a collection of six popular traditional Jewish/Yiddish/Sephardic/Hebrew songs and the Israeli National Anthem arranged for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet. The Titles Include: 1. Hatikvah (The Hope) Israeli National Anthem, 2. Dona, Dona 3. Tzena, Tzena, Tzena, 4. Kuando el rey Nimrod, 5. Mayim Mayim, 6. Tumbalalaika and 7. Hava Nagilah. This advanced intermediate level arrangement is suitable for a variety of performance application to include Weddings and bar/bat mitzvahs. 

Were You There (When They Crucified My Lord) arranged for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet.  This is a contemorary arrangement of timeless African American Spiritual.  It is an Intermediate Advanced to easier advanced arrangement and is appropriate for all contemporary religious services, many traditional services and of course general performance.

You Took Advantage of Me, Music by Richard Rogers & Lyrics by Lorenz Hart for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet arr. Ken Abeling.  This is an advanced arrangement of an all time Show Tune turned Dixieland favorite that will showcase your entire ensemble.

Muskrat Ramble, Music by Edward “Kid” Ory for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet, arr. Ken Abeling.  This is a rather advanced arrangement of a chart you will find on anyone’s list of top ten best Dixieland songs ever written!

I Want a Little Girl, Words and Music by Murray Mencher and Billy Moll for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet, arr. Ken Abeling.  This is an easier advanced to advanced Dixieland arrangement of an old Vaudeville favorite.

Struttin’ With Some Barbecue, Don Raye, Lillian Hardin Armstrong for  Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet and arranged by Kenneth Abeling.  This is an easier advanced to advanced arrangement of one of the most popular Dixieland songs of all time!!  

Mac & Johnson’s “Charleston” or “The Charleston” as it is most frequently referred for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet by Kenneth Abeling, is a bit of a workout. The chart is in typical Dixieland fashion with both written solos and chord changes for improvised solos are provided throughout. The rarely used introduction begins the piece as it works its way into frenzy at the end!  Suitable for numerous performance occasions your audiences will love this staple of the American Jazz/Dixieland library.

I’ve Found a New Baby, Music by Spencer Williams and Lyrics by Jack Palmer for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet  and arranged by Kenneth Abeling.  This is an advanced arrangement of one of the most popular Dixieland charts of all time and a must for your Dixieland library!!

 

St. Louis Blues written by W. C. Handy, arranged for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet, is an essential chart in any Dixieland library. This arrangement is suitable for professional musicians and reachable by less experienced ensembles.  

 
Basin Street Blues written by Spencer Williams, first published in 1926 and made famous by a Louis Armstrong recording in 1928 is a Dixieland favorite. This arrangement for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet features solo sections by all in the ensemble and a fun read for the professional Quartet while still being accessible to younger or less experienced musicians. 

 
Dixieland Medley for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet or Woodwind Quintet is a collection of five “Dixieland-ish” favorites to include: “That’s a Plenty”, “After You've Gone”, “Alexander's Ragtime Band”, “Margie” and “At the Jazz Band Ball”.  This is an advanced Intermediate arrangement.
A Closer Walk with Thee for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet is a quintessential New Orleans funeral dirge that has numerous playing applications and an all-time Dixieland favorite. This arrangement is suitable for professional musicians and reachable by less experienced ensembles.
Royal Garden Blues for Brass Quintet, Clarinet Quartet, Saxophone Quartet, Saxophone Quintet, String Quartet, Woodwind Quartet, and Woodwind Quintet is a well know and readily recognizable Dixieland classic. This arrangement is suitable for professional musicians and more experienced ensembles.