View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of The Birdland Dreamband on Discogs. Check out Birdland by Maynard Ferguson on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD’s and MP3s now on Birdland ~. (As recorded by Maynard Ferguson). Music by. Josef Zawinul. Arranged by. Mick Lane. Instrumentation: Alto sax 1. Alto sax 2. Tenor sax 1. Tenor sax.

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This HOT chart is not an easy read, but the audience is sure to be pleased by Maynard Ferguson’s epic rendition of the funk classic “Birdland” by Weather Report. Feel free to like my official Facebook page and message me with any questions or arrangement requests! We use cookies on this site to enhance your user experience By clicking any birdlanr on this page you are giving your consent for us to set cookies.

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Uploaded on Feb 13, Take what I’m about to say in a constructive manner. In no way is this a bad arrangement. I do think in some aspects it could be better depending on how you were trying to convey this piece.


First, if this was an attempt to recreate fully what Maynard played you did pretty good there are some things that don’t fully birdand up with the original note and rhythm wise.

But again, not a bad sounding arrangement. Secondly, maynarf you were trying to make it your own version you did pretty well, though I think adding a little more variation may make it a bit more unique if making your own version was what you were looking to do. All in all not a bad piece. Its well put together. All I think it needs is to either stand out a bot more or be more like the original. Again thats just my two cents if you like it how it is now and what you put up there is kaynard you planned it to be than its fine as is.

Bifdland should include the trumpet solo. What a huge work Very nice job, however Maynard doesn’t play the main part if you listen to the song.

Missed a couple glissandos but great job! I will try to play this with our band. I would double check the bass part? I am working on a shorter version of this piece in order to use it for my marching band. Is it okay to use your piece as the base for mine.

I wish to ask birvland I present it to my band without its writers consent.

Maynard is my hero. Much thanks and respect for your work here! Wow thank you for pointing that out! In my last update, I must not have switched it off of concert pitch.



The instruments are in their correct transpositions now. Glad you love it: I’m currently working on an arrangement for my band similar to the Lucky Chops. Would you everyone, who’s reading this mind having a look at it?

I need help with some parts. Here’s the link https: I’d be happy to take a look! Might perform this with my fergguson for our school show, question when your showing the key markings for the solos are those in the instruments key or in concert pitch?

They are in the instruments’ key: So the G7 chord marking in the Tenor Saxophone means that the player should improvise over a Tenor Saxophone G7 chord, or a concert pitch F7 chord. Cannot thank you enough for this!

Thank you for sharing this transcription! Glad you enjoyed it: Thanks for that, it’s updated in the new version: Well done, but missing a few drum riffs here and there. Upon revisiting the score, yes I missed the ones in the beginning.

Those are there in the new updated version! Manard good, but some wrong notes on the Trombone part. Maynard Fergunson, the man with “Iron Lips” Excellent transcription!