There are now two ways to browse charts and check out full-length demos here:
If you're just listening to get some ideas, this new Listening Area may be your best place to start. Below are playlists organized by category.
If you're about ready to put in your order or you want some more search options, head over to the CHART STORE, where you can also listen to these demos.
All demos, alphabetical
The full catalog of charts available in the Chart Store, all in one place for easy access, and organized alphabetically in case you know what tune you're looking for already.
Current Top 40
These are the most popular charts in the Chart Store at the moment, listed in order starting with the top seller.
New This Year (2011-12)
Usually in May or June, I'll add a bunch of new charts to the catalog (and occasionally I'll add one in between). These are all the charts that were added in the most recent big update.
Level 1 and 2, very often SAB, SSAB, or non-splitting SATB charts, geared towards groups just getting their feet wet with vocal jazz. Stay on the lookout for this area to continue to develop, as it will be a major focus over the coming years.
Whether they're arranged in a "standard" manner or not, the source material for these is considered to be in the canon of "standard" jazz repertoire.
For Women's Groups
Sopranos and Altos only (with varying divisi).
Charts for voices only, listed here roughly from easiest to most difficult.
These are the charts that I believe to be the most adventuresome in my catalog, regardless of difficulty level. They range from edgy pop material to especially modern jazz sounds, and they work well to separate your group from the others at festivals and to challenge your audience to reconsider what vocal jazz groups can do!
...and by pop, it could be Michael Jackson, The Beatles, Radiohead, Bjork, Imogen Heap, Sting, or many others. No Britney yet. Sorry.
Openers and Closers
When you're planning a three or four-tune festival set, openers and closers come in mighty handy! These are charts with impact, often written for the specific purpose of wowing the audience at the start or finish of a show.