Zawinul - Birdland - Brass Quintet
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Birdland for Brass Quintet- an instrumental composition by Joe Zawinul in 1977 for his band Weather Report on the album Heavy Weather.

Brass Quintet plus Drumset arrangement by Brian Bindner.

The arrangement can easily be played without drumset.

The sound sample is played by "Semper Quintus" - original recording of this arrangement.

 

This Brass Quintet sheet music is available for digital download only - the item includes :

  • Score (16 pages)
  • 2 Bb Trumpets
  • 1 French Horn - Horn in Eb included
  • 1 Trombone in bass clef - Treble clef included
  • 1 Tuba bass clef - Tuba in treble clef Eb included
  • 1 Drumset
Level : Intermediate/Advanced

Customer Reviews

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Karen Polak
Tune good, spacing bad

The tune is well arranged, but the spacing when it is printed is pretty bad. The trombone part ends up with the last two measures on a separate sheet when there is plenty of room on the previous page. Also, if you print out the score, it does four measures per page. I know I can change all kinds of settings on my printer to make it better, but I should not have to do that. I don't have to when printing from other sheet music sites.

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Michael Tome

Zawinul - Birdland - Brass Quintet

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Jeroen Schippers
Great arrangement

This arrangement touches the soul of the original pieces of weather-report!!

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Terry Bradley
BIRDLAND

Brian Bindner's arrangement of Birdland is very well done and quite approachable for most brass quintets after a reasonable amount of rehearsal time. As with many pop/jazz quintet arrangements, it allows virtually no rest for the tuba, but overall this version of Birdland is a welcome addition to the brass quintet popular literature. Mr. Bindner's writing a drum part for this piece is particularly appreciated. I wish all who arrange popular music for brass quintet would do so.