This is a great chart. When Aaron and I were creating this series, I told him I wanted a Harry Connick, Jr. type of song. This is what he came up with. 2 ways to describe the feel of this arrangement: Cajun Street Beat (like Harry on “It Must Have Been Ol’ Santa Claus), or Bo Diddley. Take your pick, but this chart is easy to play and a whole lot of fun. Grade 2

Double click below to hear the demonstration recording of this arrangement:

[audio:04 This Little Light Of Mine – Oil In My Lamp.mp3]


Alto Sax (opt. Soprano Sax on: O Sacred Head, Now Wounded)

Tenor Sax (opt. Baritone Sax on: To God Be the Glory, Swing Low, and God of Grace)

Trumpet 1 & 2

Trombone 1 & 2


Piano (written out with chords)

Bass Part (written out with chords)


Substitution parts included in every arrangement:

Flute (substitute for Alto Sax)

Tenor Sax 2 & 3 (substitute for Trombone 1 & 2)

Trombone 3 (substitute for Tenor Sax)

Trumpet 3 (substitute for Alto Sax)

Tenor Sax (sub. for Trumpet 1 & 2 – play directly off of Trumpet 1 & 2 music)

Trumpet (sub. for Tenor Sax – play Tenor Sax music down an octave)


Solo Sheets provided:

C Treble Clef

Bb Treble Clef

Eb Treble Clef

C Bass Clef