Freddie Hubbard's "Gibraltar" is a jazz standard recorded by all the greats. A very hip samba played at around 180 BPM, written-out solos provided for trumpet 2 and tenor sax 2, plenty of action for the drummer and lead trumpet range to written A. There are a few snippets of Freddie Hubbard licks throughout. A smokin’ chart in every way, arranged by Mike Kamuf. (6:28)
Instrumentation: 1st & 2nd Flute; Oboe; Bassoon; 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Clarinet; Bass Clarinet; 1st & 2nd Alto Saxophone; Tenor Saxophone; Baritone Saxophone; 1st, 2nd, & 3rd Trumpet; 1st & 2nd Horn; 1st, 2nd & 3rd Trombone; Euphonium; Tuba; Mallet Percussion; Timpani & Percussion (expanded)—for popular music; Synthesizer; Drumset & Electric Bass parts, when included, are optional.
Extensive cross-cueing (always on solos for Horn, Bassoon, & Oboe); composers are encouraged to use expanded percussion, particularly mallet and accessory instruments.