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Take Five

PAUL DESMOND
Arranged by RICH DeROSA

instrumentation

Conductor 1st Trombone Optional Alternate Parts


1st E% Alto Saxophone 2nd Trombone C Flute
2nd E% Alto Saxophone 3rd Trombone Tuba
1st B% Tenor Saxophone 4th Trombone Horn in F (Doubles 1st Trombone)
2nd B% Tenor Saxophone Guitar Chords 1st Baritone T.C. /B% Tenor Saxophone
E% Baritone Saxophone Guitar (Doubles 1st Trombone)
1st B% Trumpet Piano 2nd Baritone T.C. (Doubles 2nd Trombone)
2nd B% Trumpet Bass
3rd B% Trumpet Drums
4th B% Trumpet
Take Five
PAUL DESMOND
Arranged by RICH DeROSA

NOTES TO THE CONDUCTOR


Take Five is a composition written just at the end of the Cool period in jazz history, which was from 1949 to around 1955. The classic
recording of this tune is by the Dave Brubeck Quartet, titled Time Out.

The general expression should be relaxed but there must also be an internal intensity that is inherent in all swing music. It is important for
the piano and bass to play the written parts (the ostinato) exactly as written, especially when accompanying the primary theme, as this is
a very important component of the composition.

Playing in 5/4 meter is not as challenging as it looks. In odd meters, there is often a pattern, and this tune has a distinctive rhythmical
Richard DeRosa pattern. The ostinato also clearly outlines the 32 rhythmic subdivision within the 5/4 bar. Within the 3-beat subdivision, it is important
to notice the dotted quarter rhythm that is implied; this defines the swing feel. This subdivision also makes the 5/4 more playable, as it
Richard DeRosa is the head of the
can be felt as a jazz waltz (3/4) with an extra two beats (2/4). Rhythm sections may benefit from just rehearsing the first 3 beats of the
Jazz composition and arranging pro-
ostinato as a vamp to capture a relaxed, bouncy feeling, and then insert the 2/4 part of the ostinato.
gram at William Paterson University
(NJ). He also teaches jazz arranging For a guide to improvising, the alto sax soloist should listen to the late and great alto saxophone player and composer, Paul Desmond,
for orchestra at The Juilliard School who played on the original recording by the Dave Brubeck Quartet. Specifically for the soloist, the note row provided in the arrangement
(NY) and is currently an arranger is an A minor pentatonic scale. It provides a modal sound within the minor tonality and is comprised of five notes (Take Five!). As a fur-
for Wynton Marsalis and the Lincoln ther embellishment, the soloist may also add the blue note (D#) to this sound (youll find it in the melody). The drummer should listen to
Center Jazz Orchestra. Other arrange- Brubecks drummer, Joe Morello, as he plays a wonderfully developed, musical solo on the original recording. The arrangement provides
ments have been recorded by Gerry the option of using the ostinato to support the solo or allowing the drummer to play alone in a freer context. If this option is selected, the
Mulligan, Mel Lewis and Susannah drummer should transition back to the original tempo for the bands entrance.
McCorkle. Published textbooks
Enjoy!
include Concepts for Improvisation
(1997) and Acoustic and Midi  Rich DeRosa
Orchestration for the Contemporary
Composer (2007).
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CONDUCTOR PAUL DESMOND
29819S TAKE FIVE Arranged by RICH DEROSA
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1960 (Renewed) DESMOND MUSIC COMPANY
All Rights Outside the U.S. Controlled by DERRY MUSIC COMPANY
This Arrangement 2008 DESMOND MUSIC COMPANY
All Rights Reserved including Public Performance
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Tpt.3 & b n
gradualritard. p
U
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Harmonmute

Tpt.4 & b
gradualritard. p
U
. . . .
.
? b . . . . . "
Tbn.1 b b
dim. p U
.
gradualritard.

? bb . . . . "
Tbn.2 b . . . . .
p U
.
dim. gradualritard.

? bb . . . . . . . . " .
Tbn.3 b
p
U
dim. gradualritard.
? b " .
Tbn.4 b b
gradualritard. p
C.
U
b
& b b " ...

Gtr.
b . n b. . . k
- dim. gradualritard. p
. . - . - . - U
? b



" C
n
b b & .
p U
.
Pno. gradualritard.
? bb " ..
dim.
K K K K
b
b . n k b . k . k . k .
K K U
? bb b . . . " .
Bass b n b. k k
dim. gradualritard. p U
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Drums
gradualritard.
dim.
93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101