suprised no one hasnt said 'he aint heavy hes my brother' yet! good piece with a jazzy feel to it.
Thanks for that - it sounds like it could be the answer I've been waiting for - and I love Legrand's music. I remember seeing him in concert at Southport Floral Hall nearly 30 years ago & it still ranks as one of the best concerts I've ever experienced.What about...The Summer Knows (Michel Legrand arr. Darrol Barry). Arranged for Trom but in a pretty high register. Lovely tune and a jazzy interlude. Check out the Ian Bousfield recording.
Incidentally, Legrand is touring UK early Feb, chance to hear one of the greatest composers / arrangers around.
It would depend on the soloist; it's certainly not a piece where you can just play the notes on the page as it can sound naff if played in the wrong style. There's also a tricky middle section. It's in a pretty high register as well, especially towards the end - ends on a top D with one or two others thrown in before that as well (but I think these are written with alternative options).When you say Your Song is quite challenging what do you mean? We're a mid table 3rd section band would it be playable for us?