Bluesy McFunface

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A piece I wrote for the show "Evo-blue-tion" at the Adelphi Theatre, London, in November 2016. It’s a fun bluesy big band piece, written to be playable by an amateur big band, from High School level upwards.

There are two endings - a simple "Basie"-style ending, or a half-time triplet feel bluesy/dixie ending. I'd recommend the latter!

The name was chosen by a semi-public vote… and this is what they chose, following the infamous Boaty McBoatface incident.* Unlike the Natural Environment Research Council, I didn’t have the power to overrule the vote.

Anyway, I do hope you enjoy the piece! Please get in touch for any feedback or requests (there are also flute and clarinet parts available if desired) -

Score ID
Year of composition
Moderate (Grades 4-6)
4 minutes
Big band
Jazz music
Instrumental parts

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